The Spot: Lost Moon Radio [Hollywood Fringe]

on Friday, Jun. 17th

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The Hollywood Fringe Festival is upon us, and host Noah Nelson sits down with some of its stars! Lost Moon Radio has been charming L.A. audiences for two years now with their music and comedy show, which revolves around fictional DJ Jupiter Jack — a 60’s burnout who plays all kinds of weird songs and skits that could almost have been real. Did someone ask for an order of whimsy?

Here it is.

Director Lauren Ludwig, and head writers Ryan Harrison and Frank Smith join us on The Spot to talk about the secret origin of the show, play some clips, and generally have a rollicking good time. Our best episode yet!

Lost Moon Radio plays as part of the Hollywood Fringe with six performances over the run of the festival.

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