Moe's Alley presents the golden voice himself Jason Joshua with special guests The Sextones plus DJ Archive 65!
Sunday, March 17th
Doors: 7pm / Show: 8pm
$25 in advance / $30 day of the show
*Tickets on sale Thurs, Jan. 11th at 10am PT*
Jason Joshua, known as La Voz De Oro (The Golden Voice), is a rising star in the music industry. Born in Miami, Florida, to Puerto Rican parents with roots in the North and South sides of Chicago, Jason’s diverse background has influenced his soulful and unique musical style. Described as a multi-talented musician, he composes and produces his music, as well as playing a variety of instruments.
In his latest bilingual album, “La Voz De Oro”, Jason takes fans on a journey through a range of themes, including love, happiness, heartache, sadness and betrayal. His devotion to and loyal inspiration from iconic record labels such as Fania, Motown, Curtom, and Stax, among others, are evident in the album’s unique soundscapes of Latin Soul, Pop, Funk, Salsa and Cinematic Psychedelia. The album’s hit single, “La Vida Es Fría”, and Jason’s all-Spanish debut, a Son Montuno drenched Boogaloo track named “Forget It”, are highlights that showcase his musical genius.
With his 14Karat Masterpiece, Jason Joshua is a force to be reckoned with. His dedication to his music and his soulful voice inspire his fans and have captivated listeners worldwide. Whether he’s performing live or in the studio, his passion and commitment to his art is undeniable. Get ready to be wowed by an unforgettable talent, and take a journey through the soulful sounds of La Voz De Oro.
Founded in 2015, The Sextones built a devoted following across the West Coast before breaking out internationally with their self-released 2017 debut album Moonlight Vision, quickly finding success in Japan via P-Vine Records. Soon after, the band began touring extensively across the U.S. and Europe, quickly garnering international attention from soul music fans, record collectors, and critics alike. A steady roster of national performances cemented their reputation as critical and festival favorites, with Okayplayer describing Moonlight Vision as “The result of a Herculean work ethic, mixed with a Sherlock Holmes-esque attention to detail and a nuance that can be appreciated by true music lovers.” Live For Live Music detailed their musical approach, writing: “By taking classic sounds, modernizing them, and making them their own, the Sextones have carved out a niche for themselves within the modern funk and soul movement, and we are digging every second of it." And PopDust praised the group as “A glowing reminder of where music came from, and serves as a vehicle to light a fire under a new generation.”