LAB DRUM DAY 2019 presents Eric Moore II - Gergo Borlai

Thursday, September 26, 2019 - 11:45

LAB Music Education & GEWA Drums proudly present:

LAB Drum Day feat. Gergo Borlai & Eric Moore Professional Drummer

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Eric Moore
Eric Moore was born in 1982 in Stockton, California. By the tender age of 18 months old he began his connection with rhythm by beating pots and pans in his mother’s kitchen. It was clear very early on for Eric and his family just where his passion lay. Eric grew up, musically, in the family's local church. It's there that he learned the craft of musical expression and honed his skills behind the drum kit.

In 2004 Eric began touring with R&B masters Sly And The Family Stone, that same year the Internet sensation 'Gospel Chops' was launched with Eric featured on the drum kit alongside industry heavyweights Tony Royster Jnr and Thomas Pridgen on the 'Shed Sessionz Volume 1' DVD. This event would later establish a movement in the world drumming community that is still poignant today and further cement Eric Moore's name as an up-coming force in the international drumming industry.

In 2005 Eric began touring with Grammy Award winning artist Bobby Brown, in 2008 he joined the group Infectious Grooves which led to him joining legendary punk rockers Suicidal Tendencies. This band became his mainstay gig until 2015. Eric Moore is currently touring as the drummer of Eros Ramazzotti. Eric also tours the world as a guest performer at drum festivals and clinics sharing his knowledge and love for the instrument.

Gergo Borlai
He started playing the drums at the age of 3 when he heard Harvey Mason and Joe Morello playing Hancock’s Chameleon and Brubeck’s Take Five. He was accepted into a music school at the age of six performing these songs but mostly they were impressed by his improvisation skills. In his childhood he was devoted all his time to music. The works of Weather Report, Frank Zappa, Miles Davis, Allan Holdsworth, John Scofield and John McLaughlin inspired him the most. At the age of 12 he decided to continue learning on his own. In this time he reached a level of expertise and he took the chance to start playing in the Hungarian musical elite, a tendency that is still strong in his career. Mostly Billy Cobham, Vinnie Colaiuta, Dennis Chambers and Terry Bozzio influenced his play style. Until now he has performed on over 150 albums* of various styles. He has contributed to several albums as an arranger and music director.

He played in concerts with Gary Willis, Scott Kinsey, Scott Henderson, Matthew Garrison, Scott Kinsey Group, Tim Lefebvre, Steve Tavaglione, Walt Fowler, Bob Mintzer, Hiram Bullock, L. Shankar, Vernon Reid, Iain Ballamy, Al DiMeola, Nguyen Lee, Hadrien Feraud.