Eric Two Scoops Moore plays Piano Time 2012 Finale Performance August 29th

Thursday, August 23, 2012

August is on the wane, the days are getting shorter, but Piano Time 2012 will have a rockin’ finale concert on Wednesday, August 29th, from 6:00 – 7:30 p.m.  

Kelly Lyles’ Shoreline Rocks piano at Shoreline City Hall will be played by Eric “Two Scoops” Moore joined by his Two Scoops Combo.

Boogie Piano Man Eric "Two Scoops" Moore writes and sings of joy, pathos, hunger and overconsumption, in the Blues tradition of devilish double entendre. Mix baritone vocals, honkin' sax, groovin' bass, Big Easy rhythm and you have the recipe for BIG FUN for all ages! 

Two Scoops won the 2011 Best Blues Piano/Keyboard award from the Washington Blues Society.  But, according to The Two Scoops website, one of his fans wrote, “Always such a treat. Real music, so warm, accessible, comical, and uplifting, almost makes ya wonder why they call it the Blues!”  

Two Scoops in Tacoma
Come on out to Shoreline City Hall for the final August celebration.  Bring your picnic, your family and friends and enjoy some lively sounds.

This has been quite a month of music around Shoreline with eight pianos played at all hours by young and old, novices and accomplished performers.  Seven pianos will now go into storage with the City Hall grand remaining in the lobby for occasional concerts to brighten those sometimes gray days.

Piano Time is a City of Shoreline project, funded in part by a grant from 4Culture and the collaboration of Prosser Piano and other area businesses.

For more information contact Ros Bird, Public Art Coordinator, 206-801-2661.


Anonymous,  August 25, 2012 at 2:56 AM  

'funded in part'? what about the part that is funded by the Shoreline taxpayers, the part enabled by the Prop 1 handout City Hall convinced the voters it needed just 2 years ago to maintain "essential" services?

It would be a sad commentary on our city, if we had to depend on our city government for our community's identity. Be we don't have to. The truth is, these City-advertised events are nothing more than vehicles for the City Government's self-promoting, image-building campaigns. Do you think it is a coincidence the City conducts its popularity poll in the summer?

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