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by Eddie Moore and the Outer Circle


“Bando” was the nick name of my cousin that committed suicide earlier this year. This is an uplifting piece that speaks to the struggle of African American men with depression, and the pitfalls that society has created. We hope this pieces uplifts your spirit and starts conversations to help each other.

Mixed & Mastered by Rick Carson

Album Art: Miles Bonny

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    We The People



When you speak to Eddie Moore you find an ocean of calm, and when you listen to Eddie Moore  you find the depth of that ocean. Eddie reaches from the soul with every note, in a deep way, with a tension just below the surface. His yearning for exploration and curiosity in music contribute to an ebb and flow freedom of expression, that in result gives to new discovery.


The 2016 Charlotte Street Generative Performing Arts Award recipient formally began his musical journey at Texas Southern University where he earned a Bachelors in Arts in Piano Performance. Raised in Houston, Texas Moore is a lifelong musician traversing a number bands and styles before going back to school to get a Masters in Arts from the University of Missouri-Kansas City under the direction of Jazz Master Bobby Watson.  


Diversity and inclusiveness have become to define Moore as an artist. His expansive sensibilities have allowed him to perform and record with such distinctive artist such as Bobby Watson, Pam, Watson, Logan Richardson, Maurice Brown, Krystal Warren, Matt Otto, Brandon Draper, Andre Hayward, Tivon Pennicott, IamNobodi, and Dominique Sanders, and 77 Jefferson.


  Nominated for a 2018 Indie Music Award, Moore’s music is a celebration of the integral differences in musical viewpoints.  His debut album,"The Freedom of Expression", was given 3.5 stars from Downbeat jazz magazine while reaching national and international acclaim. This album incorporates elements of soul, r&b, and hip-hop into his take on contemporary jazz.  "Moore's compositions exude a sophisticated soulful elegance that create a tastefully fulfilling venture into a range of dynamic pieces, with the musicianship to match.” – Downbeat Magazine


   Moore's third album with The Outer Circle, "Kings & Queens," released with  Ropeadope Records. Moore’s forward-thinking sounds are part of the rich continuum of African-American music that continues to be imbued with indigenous African elements. The Outer Circle’s remarkable sensitivity and cohesive interplay reflect an unflinching groove. “Kings & Queens” made world wide acclaim featured in  Jazziz Magazine, The Jazz Ambassadors Magazine, The Pitch KC, and NextBop.


  When not on tour Moore resides in Kansas City where he is an integral part of the music community. he stays busy teaching several aspects of music through Metropolitan Community College, Future Jazz, Midwest Jazz Camp, and privately at The Culture House.  












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Kings & Queens Apparel 

Grab your Kings & Queens apparel here.  Everything from t-shirts to throw pillows. Made to order and shipped straight to your doorstep!

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Outer Circle Space Tee

Be apart of the Outer Circle with and an athletic fit t-shirt. Available in Sm, Med, Lg, Xl.

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The Freedom of Expression

"Moore’s finesse on the piano is second to none and as one would expect he shines brightly throughout the collection of songs on offer" -  The Jazz Meet

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