Lydia “The LovelySinger” Harrell is one of Boston’s finest musical treasures. Her sultry, soulful voice and evocative songwriting have garnered her the attention and respect of the nation’s finest musicians and venues. Jazz/Soul is where her heart is, however, Lydia has shown an unbreakable ability to mold herself into any musical situation. Be it performing with the Boston Pops, serenading NBA fans with America’s National Anthem, or lending her vocal talents to a chart-topping deep house singles by British record label, Reel People Music, Lydia’s dedication to extracting the pure essence of song goes virtually unmatched. Visit her site here
ABOUT SALEM JAZZ AND SOUL FESTIVAL
SJSF’s season lasts May through August – when we put on monthly, free concerts in partnership with Berklee College of Music – and culminates in a two-day festival at the Salem Willows in mid-August, featuring local, regional and national bands. The season is book-ended by ticketed fundraisers at area venues. The festival is financed through merchandise sales, personal donations, grants and corporate sponsorship. We’re a grass-roots organization run by a volunteer board of directors made up of North Shore residents. LEARN MORE HERE
Salem Access Television is a non-profit community media center located at 285 Derby Street, in historic Salem, Massachusetts.
Since 1994 SATV has been offering-training, equipment and support in the art of television production to Salem residents, Salem Schools, Salem State University students, Salem businesses, individuals, families, groups and non-profit organizations. The goal is to train the people of Salem to use the facility to develop their own TV programming to be aired on one of SATV’s channels. LEARN MORE HERE
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We need your help. Creative Salem sparks and fosters the growth of the ever evolving creative economy in Salem and throughout the North Shore. The creativity of more people than ever has been ignited through our coverage and support, and we need your help to keep fostering the creatives and artists who make the world a more creative place. With your help, we can keep planning unique events, providing unparalleled free coverage of the leaders and initiatives in the creative economy space while building our creative collective and advocate network. We do this because we believe in a thriving creative culture and its impact on quality of life – we know you do, too. If everyone who reads this article helps fund us, the future of a more “creative” community would be a lot more secure. For as little as $5 per month, you can support our mission.