Sunday, September 27, 2015

Sept. 24, 2015: Newton Frohlich/Jocelyn Arndt/Michael DeMasi/Mayor of Rock and Roll

Newton Frohlich opens the show with his book, "The Shakespeare Mask." It's a heavily-research fictional story on the man many believe to be responsible for writing some of the most well-known works in literary history. Why would such a learned man use the name of a peasant to publish his works? Learn the answer to these and more questions in this interview.

Jocelyn and Chris Arndt play a great live set and tell us about the 100-plus shows they've played over the last year. They've also got a new album in the works, with a different style from their past music.

Last time we spoke to Michael DeMasi, it was to talk about his thriller, "The Bostonian."
Well, he's back, this time to share the story of his novel, "What the Cold Night Holds." This has been a real page-turner, a gritty story from the streets of Pittsburgh. The details are stunning, the story gripping, and the characters brought to life with Michael's unique style.

BONUS: Max talks to Brendan Boogie and Nicole Marie, two of stars of the great movie "The Mayor of Rock and Roll," written and directed by Mark Phinney. It was among the stellar movies at the Massachusetts Independent Film Festival.

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