Staxx Brothers and Moorea Masa at Space Craft

  • Thursday, January 12, 2017 1:45pm
  • Life

Space Craft will host the Staxx Brothers and Moorea Masa for a doubleheader concert event at 7:30 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 14 at Rolling Bay Hall.

Tickets can be purchased in advance, $12 via, or at the door for $15.

The Staxx Brothers are a high energy American band, hailing from Seattle, and have spent seven years short of a score crafting their intoxicating sound. It’s quite simply the most danceable and hip-shaking brand of rock-and-roll to hit U.S. streets since Motown left Detroit.

Where modern rock has most often forgotten its “roll,” The Staxx Brothers take it back to the juke joint.

The 24-year-old, Portland, Oregon native Moorea Masa brings an organic Northwest vibe to the more traditional R&B sounds.

Profoundly moving, Masa blends sumptuous soul together with stripped-back folk harmonies. She has toured nationally as a solo act, and worked as a featured vocalist and backing singer with an array of artists including El Vy, Allen Stone, Nick Waterhouse, The Decemberists, Ural Thomas and the Pain, and Nu Shooz. She released her debut EP last May, and is working on her next album in collaboration with producer Jmost, which is set to be released next Spring.

Rolling Bay Hall is located at 10598 NE Valley Road.

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