When a man riding next to Candy Matson on a cable car is silently shot and killed, Candy does not know him from Adam and is considered a suspect! The only thing for her to do is to investigate herself! A progressive wisecracking private investigator operating in a male dominated world, Candy Matson was the brainchild of writer, director, and producer Monte Masters.
Welcome ladies and gentlemen to the second episode of The Radioplay Hour where we will be re-enacting Candy Matson and the Cable Car Murder, with our special guests Auras like Auroras. In this episode you will hear Giles Pendlebury interview our guest, before they lend their vocals to our production, and debut their song, “Blue like the Blue Sky”. They will also perform a cover of “Stop dragging my heart around” originally written by Tom Petty and Stevie Nicks
Recorded at Motetstudios.
Piano improv by Baily Seymour Smith
Musical pieces by Kevin McLeod (please view program by clicking link below in regards to links to Kevin's work)
Please click link below to read the program to view vocal talents, and additional information in regards to the show.
What is The Radioplay Hour ?
From the 1920s to 1950s, sitting around the radio – or wireless as some called it – to take in a popular series or variety programs was a family ritual…. Join The Drama Merchant and his cast as they bring back the listening experience, and fuel the imagination with recreations of old radio drama's with live sound effects, interviews, historical news updates, some times old ads and local musical talent in the guise of The Radioplay Hour!