NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ - Grammy Award winner Marlow Rosado and the New Brunswick Public School District Jazz Band will play a free concert as part of the Hub City Jazz Festival Kick Off event.

The concert will be held at 6 p.m. at New Brunswick High School on Oct. 23.

Rosado won a Grammy in 2012 in the Best Tropical Latin Album category for "Retro." He has been nominated for 11 Grammys.

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In 2015, he also won a Latin Grammy.

Rosado has more than two decades of experience in the music industry as a pianist, composer, and producer.

Born in Puerto Rico and raised in Miami, Rosado's mission is to promulgate his beloved salsa music. He has also added hints of rock, merengue, hip-hop, bachata and reggaeton to his records.

Rosado has worked with a diverse group of notes artists including Tejana singer Selena, legendary pianist Larry Harlow, Tommy Olivencia, Marc Anthony, Olga Tañón, Ricky Martin and Desmond Child. Some of his most notable works include five rock tracks he co-wrote on Alejandra Guzman’s album “Lipstick,” which was nominated for Rock Album of the Year by the American and Latin Grammys.

A video for his most recent single, "Do a Little Salsa," can be seen here.

Click here to RSVP for the concert.