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The Majestic Theatre

Radio Show with Ed Crockett

Ed Crockett, author of "The Ghosts of Walter Crockett" will be a guest on the the Cold River Radio Show, hosted by Jonathan Sarty and the Cold River Radio Band, which will be recorded live before a studio audience.

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Radio Show with Ed Crockett
Radio Show with Ed Crockett

Time & Location

Aug 21, 2022, 7:00 PM – 9:00 PM EDT

The Majestic Theatre , 32 Main St, Conway, NH 03818, USA

About the book

Ticket Details: 

To purchase tickets to this live event, visit here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/the-cold-river-radio-show-tickets-372956401637

About Cold River Radio Show: 

For over a decade now the Cold River Radio Show has introduced listeners to New England’s most talented artists and interesting characters. From the Green Mountains of Vermont to the White Mountains of New Hampshire, from the Lakes Region and the Great North Woods to the rugged seacoast, the Cold River Radio Show promotes the rich arts and culture of New England and has become the most popular show of its kind in its special corner of the country

The Book:

In his new memoir, Portland-native Ed Crockett—a state representative and president of Capt'n Eli's Soda—recounts his struggle to break the cycle of alcoholism, come to grips with the embarrassing specter of his father, and overcome the shaky confidence brought on by a childhood of food stamps and welfare coats, to eventually find success on the same streets where his father once spent his days passed out and begging for money. It’s a rough upbringing, but amidst the turmoil Crockett also finds role models, the importance of neighborhood roots, the joys of Wiffle Ball, and the unconditional love of family.The Ghosts of Walter Crockett is at times harrowing and heartbreaking, but ultimately a tale of love and redemption that takes readers to a side of twentieth century Portland that has always existed in the shadows of lighthouses, lobsters, and sunsets, but is rarely explored in print.

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