Chicago-based blues pianist, singer and songwriter Aaron Moore is normally locally famous, but nonetheless rather obscure over the nationwide blues scene. Moore spent a lot of the last 40 years in Chicago, burning more information on musicians including Small Walter, Lonnie Brooks, Hound Pup Taylor, Howlin’ Wolf, Muddy Waters and B.B. Ruler. Born and elevated in Greenwood, Mississippi, Moore was inspired in his piano playing by his mom, who was simply a music instructor and cathedral piano player; in early stages, he was inspired by Curtis Jones, and afterwards Memphis Slim. Down the road, after shifting to Chicago, he discovered from boogie-woogie paragon Roosevelt Sykes, and both would often synergy in blues night clubs around Chicago. Moore worked well for the town of Chicago for 36 years and performed blues strictly on the freelance basis on weekends, burning regional bluesmen in golf club displays. After retiring through the Chicago Sanitation Section, Moore relocated to Milwaukee in 1990 and continues to be poised to create blues his full-time vocation in his pension years. On Hello Globe, his 1996 Delmark discharge, Moore is followed by Adam Wheeler, electric guitar, Willie Dark, bass and Huckleberry Hound, drums.