Tuesday, April 11, 2017 6-9PM

As part of the city-wide program Every Street is Charlotte Street celebrating Charlotte Street’s 20th anniversary, The Blue Room at the Jazz Museum will feature an evening of music with 2016 CSF Fellow, Eddie Moore with his band the Outer Circle Tuesday, April 11th from 6-9PM with special guests, Duncan Burnett and Renee Blanche. The event is FREE and open to the public.

Event Details

Tuesday, April 11, 6-9PM


Blue Room at the Jazz Museum

Eddie Moore is an accomplished pianist, composer, music director, educator, and bandleader. Raised in Houston, Texas, Moore is a lifelong musician traversing a number of bands and styles before going back to school to get a Master’s degree in Jazz Studies from The University of Missouri-Kansas City.

Eddie’s skill and diversity have allowed him to work as a professional musician touring internationally as a pianist, composer, producer, and educators performing and or recording with artist such as Bobby Watson, Pam, Watson, Logan Richardson, Hermon Mehari, Maurice Brown, Joe Chambers, Andre Hayward, Tivon Pennicott, Kemet Coleman, Various Blonde, Book Of Gaia, IamNobodi, Dominique Sanders, Roy Hargrove, Lonnie McFadden and Neon Collars which has shared the stage with Erykah Badu, Mos Def, Bilal, and the Robert Glasper Experiment. In 2016, Moore released his third album with The Outer Circle, “Kings & Queens” under Ropeadope Records. “Kings and Queens” is a 3-part suite inspired by African-American history. Moore’s music celebrates the human experience while honoring the legacy of the American Idiom through his commitment to artistic inclusiveness and innovation. For more information about Eddie and his music, please visit


Eddie Moore & The Outer Circle at the Blue Room 
Tuesday , April 11, 2017 6-9 PM
1616 East 18th Street Kansas City,MO 64108 
The Event is Free and Open to the Public
Cash Bar 

As part of the Charlotte Street Foundation’s 20th Anniversary Year Celebration, Charlotte Street is collaborating with partners across Kansas City with Every Street is Charlotte Street—a cross-platform program featuring 20 years of Charlotte Street Award Fellows. Participants include the Central Library, Kansas City Public Library, The Nelson Atkins Museum of Art, Nerman Museum of Art, Folly Theatre, H&R Block Artspace, KCAI Crossroads Gallery: Center for Contemporary Practice, and more… 20 partners in total across the metro Kansas City area joining with Charlotte Street to celebrate 20 years of this unrestricted cash award for artists, and the over 100 artists who have received it.

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