“Docu-Concert” Tells How Rock Music Has Supported Social Changes


See it! Hear it! Feel it!  The show is back and bigger.. taking place at Algoma University on The Speak Easy stage.

“Rock On to The Sound of Change” will celebrate the 3rd anniversary of its first sold out show on the evening of March 28.  It takes you on a multimedia music journey that pays tribute to rock history.  The production features hits from Elton John, Queen, The Tragically Hip, The Beatles, Lady Gaga, Prince, U2, David Bowie and much more.

“Rock On to The Sound of Change” will present the music of legendary artists who have influenced pop culture. In addition, the show will also reflect on social injustice issues of human rights, segregation, residential schools, LGBTQ rights, mental health and the refugee crisis.  Rock n’ Roll has allowed artists to speak on political issues, dare governments of the day and often provided a voice to people.  It continues to influence cultures throughout the world and break down barriers.

The Music Group, “Frankly Speaking” will perform the timeless songs while “Ryan McFarling” tells the unforgettable stories of rock n’ roll artists who changed our lives forever.

Don’t miss out as “Rock On” will provide you a chance to experience “The Sound of Change” here in Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario on Saturday, March 28th.

MARCH 28, 2020 – 8 pm

The Speak Easy – Algoma University

Tickets – $20 @ www.eventbrite.ca – Search “Rock On”            https://www.facebook.com/RockOn2Change


In recent years, the music world has seen the losses of Gord Downie, David Bowie, Prince, George Michael, Tom Petty, to name a few.  These artists have left a lasting impact on society and prompted “Frankly Speaking” (Frank Gioia & Frank Greco) to create “Rock On to the Sound of Change”.  The rock history production, is an in-depth look into the lives of many legendary artists and the events that led up to the creation of many timeless songs.   It presents the live performance of music combined with spoken-words and powerful visual imagery.  The show shines the spotlight back on those moments in rock and reflects on social change.