Celebrate Zappa! An evening of unmitigated Frank Zappa classics featuring live music from Treacherous Cretins
Treacherous Cretins is a UK based band that performs the works of the legendary American composer Frank Zappa. Its members have played and collaborated with the likes of Dweezil Zappa, Ike Willis, Ray White, Denny Walley, Craig “Twister” Steward, Candy Zappa and more.
In 2019, they played the opening slot at the 30th Anniversary Zappanale Festival in Bad Doberan, Germany: a yearly festival dedicated to Zappa’s music which draws thousands of fans from all around the world.
With a particular fondness for the more obscure, hard-to-play material and deep-cuts, Treacherous Cretins promises to deliver a tribute to Zappa unlike any other. Expect a generous helping of Zappa rarities and songs seldom played live by other bands as well as plenty of fan favourites.
Join leading UK band Treacherous Cretins for a night of great live music at The Tree House in Frome celebrating the work of Frank Zappa and the Mothers of Invention. It’s going to be a dynamite show.
‘Hey out there in the land of cool people, who like even cooler music. I suggest that you gather yourselves into a collective group, and come out to the Treacherous Cretins show when it comes to your town, village, or anywhere close to you. I love Frank Zappa music, and I love it even more when it’s done well! This band rocks! Come one, come all, suspend your disbelief, let your hair down, and take the musical journey with them.’ – Ray White (vocalist/guitarist with Zappa from 1976-84).
‘I had a great time singing with Treacherous Cretins at the 30th Jubilee Zappanale, they made me sound good!’ – Candy Zappa (Frank’s younger sister)
Please note this is an 18+ event, and the venue is accessed by stairs with no lift. If you have any enquiries please email firstname.lastname@example.org
The Tree House, 35 Berkley Rd, Frome, Somerset, BA11 2EH
We can be contacted on 01373 466230 or click the Contact button at the bottom of this page.
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