T Max was inducted into the New England Rock ‘n’ Roll Museum in June of 2017. When was the last time you saw him? He’s out and about all over New England on his 2017 Vegetable Tour. Come by meet the man responsible for 36 years of the Noise supporting local music… pick up some healthy vegetables while you’re at it.
Click on the image of T Max with his Veggiehead to arrive at his 2017 release… Hole in My Shoe. Listen to “Be Kind,” “Bless You,” “I Bark” for a peek at what T Max has been up to.
Befriend him at www.facebook.com/tee.max.3 and keep track of where he’s playing at www.gimmesound.com/tmaxT Max, who in the local Boston rock scene doesn’t he know? A local renaissance man, T Max is a writer, publisher, musician, songwriter, producer, storyteller and visual artist.
Beginning in 1981 T Max stapled together the first issue of The Noise, a fanzine that focused on the burgeoning local underground music scene, concentrating on bands in need of exposure beyond their immediate group of friends. Most of the bands that emerged out of the clubs that we read about here in the Music Museum of New England had their first coverage in The Noise. T Max’s art school background, musicianship and clever wit have made The Noise the longest running fanzine in Boston, growing from its first run of 5 pages to a 56-page monthly. After 35 years The Noise moved exclusively online www.thenoise-boston.com.
Somehow between writing, editing, hiring other writers, soliciting ads and distributing The Noise, not to mention spending innumerable hours in clubs reviewing live performances, T Max graced the stage in various bands of his own creation including Art Yard, The Machines, The Borg and Max. He also founded the Boston Rock Opera, produced and acted in Jesus Christ Superstar, wrote two folk-rock operas, released 10 solo albums, produced Boston Rock ’n’ Roll Trading Cards, was the music director for Project Eno (a tribute to Brian Eno) and formed Sgt. Maxwell’s Peace Chorus, a musical project to end war. He has lectured on marketing music media at Emerson College, is a fine artist in wood, a photographer, a graphic artist, and a championing chess player.
T Max is a Boston treasure.
T MAX’s MOST NOTABLE RELEASES
artist – medium – year – recording
The Machines CD (1981) vinyl 45 “Disposable Music” / “Analog”
Max (band) – CD (1998) Ride the Dove
Dreamers Wanted CD single (2007 ) “End War Now”
T Max CD (2010) Why Do We Go to War?
T Max CD (2011) – Shake: An Earth Tale
T Max CD (2012) On British TV
T Max CD (2017) Hole in My Shoe