PRLog - June 29, 2014 - SALEM, Mass. -- The free show will take place from 5 to 7 p.m. and will feature an educational interview about music and the Berklee experience.
Creative Salem and Social Palates will sponsor the performance.
Forged in 2011 by singer-songwriter Chris Kazarian and bass player Pedro Ribiero (Pedro Zappa), the Frotations were originally called K.A.Z. — A musical experiment centered around the up-and-coming singer songwriter aimed at bringing all of the world’s people together under one sound. Today the Frotations are a concrete blend of Neo-Soul and Rock ’n’ Roll with a little drop of Hip-Hop.
One more SJSF/Berklee Summer Series concerts will take place this year: Sarah McKenzie on Aug. 9.
The eighth-annual Salem Jazz and Soul Festival will follow during the weekend of Aug. 16-17, featuring 10 bands, a kids’ tent, music-education tent, artisan fair and 21-plus beer pavilion. The two-day concert is free.
The festival is a nonprofit, volunteer-run organization that produces free concerts and raises money for music education causes on the North Shore.