Eva Moon: Music

For Eva Moon, music was her path to storytelling. Each song is a story.

Theatrical Composer

First You Jump; A musical play in five stories, by Eva Moon

Each of the five stories in First You Jump is introduced by a song. These are demos.

Dinosaur of Love from “Damage Control”
Shooting Star from “Red Algernon”
Do Wishing Stars have Wishes from “Geppetto’s Funeral”
Mr. ESP from “Growing Feathers”
Moon Falling Down from “Terminal Velocity”

Two of the songs from The Mutant Diaries: Unzipping My Genes.

Hot Water from “The Mutant Diaries”
Learner’s Permit from “The Mutant Diaries”

“The Tech Support Murder Ballad” from “7 Deadly Sins… and Me


Eva Moon & the Lunatics entertained audiences with quirky, high-energy pop, jazz, funk, and Latin originals. The music is hot and the lyrics are hotter. Nigerian scammers, sexy bankers, Brazilian waxing, mail order vibrators, barista lust. Nothing is off-limits.

The band disbanded a few years ago, but we have two CDs: Something’s Brewing (2004) and Moon Falling Down (2009). If you want one, contact me and I’ll send it to you.

Moon Falling Down - Eva Moon & the Lunatics
  • Mr. ESP
  • Hard For Me
  • Fat Chance
  • Don’t Answer Yet
  • Mista Barista
  • Snap On Girl
  • Boomerang Boy
  • Brazilian Wax
  • Personal Ads
  • Circle of Stuff
  • Moon Falling Down

Boomerang Boy
Brazilian Wax
Eva Moon: Something's Brewing
  • Cash From Nigeria
  • Run Away With Me
  • Monsoon
  • Switcheroo
  • Tango de Cacao
  • Strategic Fit
  • Swimming Upstream
  • Roadzilla
  • Dinosaur of Love
  • UPS Guy
  • Dark Matter
  • Too Damn Happy
  • Fly Away
Tango de Cacao
Run Away With Me

Eva Moon, music for film

Eva’s music (with Balkanarama) appeared in “You May Not Kiss the Bride” directed by Rob Hedden and starring Mena Suvari, Rob Schneider, Kathy Bates, and Katharine McPhee.


Eva Moon music was also featured in the documentary “Plunder: the Crime of our Time” directed by Danny Schechter.


It’s getting late, but the celebration’s far from over. The crowd chants for more, and the band launches into a wild Gypsy rumba. The horn players swap sizzling solos, and the dancers start shakin’ it. It’s another night with Balkanarama.

We’re Americans who perform contemporary Balkan music, from ancient Romany ballads to modern Bulgarian video hits. We give them a flavor all our own on sax and clarinet with four soulful voices, powered by a nonstop dance beat on synth, bass, and drums.

We’ve been arousing audiences at clubs, festivals, weddings, and parties in the Pacific Northwest since 1997. With a repertoire of over 100 songs, we can lay down a killer club set, present a formal concert or play all night for a Bulgarian wedding. We especially like introducing Balkan Gypsy party music to audiences who’ve never heard it before.

For more videos, recordings, info about live performances, see Balkanarama’s website and Facebook page.

Community Music Leader

The joy of making music together with your neighbors has bonded people since the dawn of humanity. Community singing…

  • Eases stress and improves quality of life
  • Helps communities bond
  • Improves health (respiratory ailments, cancer, heart disease and more)
  • Improves cognition and dementia
  • Increases longevity!
  • Is fun!

The event was featured on King 5 TV news.

Eva has been organizing music jams for many years in the U.S. and London. In 2018 she organized the Redmond Community Sing-Along and Play Along on the first Thursday of every month. See how to attend here>>