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The moment we've all been waiting for is finally here! 
"Brother" is available for all your listening pleasure. Be sure to share, stream, and support!

I can smell the pines


Rumor has it...

"...An instantly enviable introduction: Bluesy and soulful, with a charming swagger and rugged textures a la Eric Clapton and John Mayer, the four-track Brother feels more like a miniature greatest hits, than it does an initial offering." - Atwood Magazine

"Eric Moore delivers a compelling blend of jazz and folk that transports you to the golden days of rock and roll. With 'Brother,' Moore crafts a poignant folk ballad capturing emotional challenges from his past. Alive' stands out as a lively, jazzy anthem, reminiscent of a 'Pennylane' aura that makes you want to dance." - Sonic Verdict

"...production is top notch and the chorus is highly addictive" -ZeRock

"...brilliant upbeat energy and flow... The depth in Eric's voice adds a beautiful old school feel to the production" - F#Minor

"...compelling flow... evocative vocals."  -Alpas Records

"... vocals are full of energy, and the lyrics were engaging" -SNLB UK

"...sonically rich and emotionally evocative..." - Crooked Tree Creative

" ...captures a certain Simon-esque effervescence..." - Various Small Flames UK


Eric Moore is a midwestern kinda guy. A product of the Pittsburgh region, he flew the coop after college and was held hostage by the West Coast lifestyle for 4 or 5 years before he broke that gravitational pull. So as to fall victim to the charms of Jackson Hole, WY. He wintered out in a yurt, got serious about the guitar, and guided rafting trips on the Snake River. If Paul Simon and Joni Mitchell wrote a song with Leo Kottke’s guitar, and then told Van Morrison to sing it, that would sound a lot like Eric Moore. Ypsi has been his home since 2002, and he’s been on most of the quality stages in the area: the Ark, Hollerfest, Ann Arbor Summerfest’s Top of the Park When he’s not obsessing about his music, he can be found in the kitchen, on his bike, or on the cross country ski trail... with his dogs.


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