Primary Contact NameDavid Anania
Artist NameEric Moore
CountryUnited States

Originally from Stockton, CA, Eric Moore has been banging out rhythms, practically, since birth.

After winning the Guitar Center Drum-Off in 2003, Eric's professional career took off immediately. In 2004 Eric began touring with R&B masters Sly & The Family Stone, and in 2005 Eric began touring with Grammy Award winning artist Bobby Brown. In 2008, he joined Infectious Grooves which then steered him to the legendary punk rockers, Suicidal Tendencies, which was his main gig until 2015. Currently, Eric is touring with Italian pop superstar, Eros Ramazzotti. Whenever possible, Eric continues to tour as a guest artist at drum festivals and clinics, sharing his knowledge and love for the instrument around the world. Eric is a top-tier Artist for GEWA Digital Drums, and also has created his own line of drumsticks: Dopestickz. Eric also endorses Paiste Cymbals, Aquarian Drumheads, and DW Drums.

CategoryDrum Set
Session TypeClinic / Performance
Session TitleEric Moore: The Art of Digital Drumming
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During the performance-heavy clinic, Eric will be showcasing the G9 Pro SE kit--the top-of-the-line kit from GEWA Digital Drums--as well as other aspects and instruments from the GEWA Digital Drums. He has toured as a clinician for us at GEWA Digital Drums for the past 3 years and will exemplify how he approaches digital drums and their importance in the arsenal of today's modern drummers.

Total number of people who will perform/present on this session1
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