Former MISFITS Singer To Take Part In 'Paradiddle' Reading

Former MISFITS singer Michale Graves will read the part of Michael Taggert in "Paradiddle", written by Craig Singer and Richard Dean Klein, on January 5 at the Theatre For The New City (155 First Avenue between 9th and 10th) in New York City starting at 7:00 p.m.

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Michale Graves' live album, "Illusions Live/Viretta Park", hit stores on October 21. This 23-song CD features 17 acoustic songs recorded live on April 24, 2008 at Club Bourbon in New Port Richie, Florida and six demos recorded on July 8-9, 2008 in Bucarest, Romania. One of the new songs, "Blackbird", is featured in the film "Perkins 14". Graves acts in the film, playing the love interest of lead actress Shayla Beesley's character. The film was shot in Romania by Massify/After Dark Films. It's being promoted as the "first feature film developed entirely via the Internet." Craig Singer ("Dark Ride") directed based on a screenplay by Lane Shadgett ("Luna Park", "All Lost Souls").

An interview with Michale Graves conducted by Romania's Bring The Noise can be viewed below.


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