Seattle Cancer Care Alliance

Blues Dance with Eric "Two Scoops" Moore with a dance lesson by Ari Levitt

Eric “Two Scoops” Moore playing the piano with a man in the foreground playing a sax in a white shirt and black slacks.

Eric "Two Scoops" Moore

Eric “Two Scoops” Moore, "Seattle's own version of New Orleans' Dr. John" (Seattle Times) has been pounding the piano since age 5. Eric spent years touring & recording with old Chicago Blues artists, playing clubs and festivals in 36 states, 12 countries on 3 continents. The 8-time BB Award Winner is a prolific songwriter and recording artist. He has released 10 critically acclaimed CDs. He writes some of the funniest and most mouth-watering lyrics you've ever boogie-woogied to! Eric’s hit “Big Buffet” has gotten steady airplay for over 25 years!

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Eric will be joined by Ari Levitt to provide a brief dance lesson before Two Scoops' set!

Ari Levitt

Ari is well-known for his fun, energetic, and delightful classes that can't help but inspire students with a love and passion for dance. He has been teaching and performing nationally, and internationally for over 30 years; is the founder and director of "Waltz Week in Vienna”, “Dance Mexico”, & "The New Zealand Dance Adventure"; and is one of this country's leading innovators and instructors in the areas of fusion, blues, waltz, swing, & night club 2-step.

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Scheduled performance time: Saturday, May 29 - 5:20pm | Channel: The Roadhouse: Participatory Dance & Workshops | Category: Participatory Dance