Log Out T MAX performs solo (voice and guitar) playing his ’60s flavored originals and rendition of fellow musicians’ compositions. He covers a wide range of emotional content from happy to sad, not avoiding the kooky and absurd. Here’s where he’ll be performing… LIVE MUSIC GIGS!!! EVERY SUNDAY – sign up at 6:30pmT Max’s Open Mic 101Walnut Street Café 157 Walnut St, Lynn MA Saturday April 8, 6:30 – 10:00 pm, T Max is part of the entertainment at Naimo … Read More >>


TITO (T Max‘s alter ego) released three videos in 2019. “Shave the Wolfman” on February 13, “Tale of Frankenstein” on March 13, and “Transylvania Twist” on April 13. All three videos were created by Mach Bell (Thundertrain/ Joe Perry Project). Here are links to those videos… Tito’s “Shave the Wolfman” video by Mach Bell Tito’s “Tale of Frankenstein” video by Mach Bell Tito’s “Transylvania Twist” video by Mach Bell  …………………………….. Links to videos of T MAX live … Read More >>


From The Boston Globe, November 30, 2017 Story by Ed Symkus The Noise is going silent. The music magazine that began in September 1981 as a raggedy, five-pager, piling up in rock clubs and music stores all over Boston before switching exclusively to an online format more recently, will cease publication with its December issue. The brainchild of its editor-in-chief and only paid employee, singer-songwriter-guitarist T Max, The Noise was, especially at the height of its popularity in the late … Read More >>


T MAX – KISSES & HUGS11-song CD on Dove Records © T Max 2019 People My Age* (2:52) Kisses & Hugs (2:46) Strange Days* (4:22) Some Mother’s Son* (3:04) Be Kind (2.0) (3:24) While My Guitar Gently Weeps* (5:03) Veggie Wrap (3:24) Bless You (2.0) (3:05) Cool Down (2:22) Litter Bug (2:34) Take Me Out to the Ballgame* (1:07)   TITO – TRANSYLVANIA TWIST8-song CD on Dove Records @ T Max 20181. The Tale of Frankenstein (2:29)2. Invisible Man’s Mind … Read More >>

Contact/Quotes about T

Contact T Max at call or text (617) 331-9367 Julie Dougherty (North Shore music Goddess): His love of music is not only evident but infectious… if you’ve seen him live, you’d know that he is only half the show, the audience is the other half. He engages you, tells stories, sings some great old cover tunes with his own interpretations, and asks you to be part of the conversation. An evening spent with T Max is like being … Read More >>

Transylvania Twist

The Transylvania Twist album in digital form is available at “Vat ever happened to my Transylvania Twist?” The age-old question is finally addressed.  Tito’s new album, Transylvania Twist includes original songs about Classic Horror Monsters of the 1930s – sung in a doo-wop style!   Transylvania Twist is full of life, energy and fun tunes about Frankenstein, the Mummy, the Wolf Man, the Invisible Man, the Bride of Frankenstein, King Kong and Godzilla. Dracula is also included – he sings … Read More >>

Murray the K

The Murray the K shows at the Brooklyn Fox Theater in the 1960s are what lead T Max to be a performer. The shows highlighted the best of Motown mixed with the latest groups crossing the Atlantic. The bold face dates listed below are the shows that T Max and his brothers attended. Note that the March 28, 1967 show had both The Who and Cream doing their American debut. December 29, 1960–The Clay Cole Christmas Show with Murray the … Read More >>