Must see show alert: Fly Moon Royalty at the Anchor

There is a must-see show coming to Everett on Saturday night when Seattle bands Fly Moon Royalty and Panama Gold play the Anchor Pub. Panama Gold has played The Anchor before and totally rocked the place, but this will be the first trip to Everett for Fly Moon Royalty and I couldn’t be more excited.

I have been falling in love with Fly Moon Royalty this year. They set the hook with a fantastic cover of “Baby Got Back” at Capitol Hill Block Party and then singer Adra Boo blew my mind with her Etta James tribute at Doe Bay Fest where she brought the house down and some people to tears.

The music Fly Moon Royalty plays is soulful, funky dance right now awesomeness and I will not be missing a chance to see them play live here in my home town and I couldn’t recommend this show more.

The show is only $5 and the doors will be at 8 with music getting started a little after 9. Get there early and catch Panama Gold. You will not regret it. For more info check the Facebook event page here.

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