Paul Tait

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For over four decades Paul Tait performed both as a band leader and as a singer/songwriter/pianist.

He independently released a series of critically acclaimed recordings, including: "Pop Musician", "Television City", "I Still Believe", “Back In Business”, “Angels Of The City”, "Song to the Moon" “1975”, “Frenemies”, and “I Didn’t Quit I Surrendered”.

As an actor, Paul performed in regional theater and on Off Broadway. Productions included: "Mr. Roberts", "Jesus Christ Superstar", "Tales from the Wayside Inn", "The Night Thoreau Spent in Jail" and Harold Pinter’s "The Homecoming" for which he won a Best Actor award from the Boston Globe.

As an author, Paul Tait has released seven critically acclaimed volumes of poetry, “Stray Lines”, “Markings
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Paul Tait The Matrix because none of it is real. We are just subjects in a "test tube" and the world with all it's nonsense, especially religion, heaven and…moreThe Matrix because none of it is real. We are just subjects in a "test tube" and the world with all it's nonsense, especially religion, heaven and hell, and so forth are not real. Never understood why the main characters were so bent on "freeing" themselves from the machine. Why?? There is nothing in this world worth being in it.(less)
Paul Tait When I was a young teen my neighbors mom would take us on investigative searches around our area (Salem, Ma, Danvers, MA; all famous for the witch…moreWhen I was a young teen my neighbors mom would take us on investigative searches around our area (Salem, Ma, Danvers, MA; all famous for the witch trials of 1690). She was convinced we could locate the body of John Proctor, the only man executed for being a witch; the secret passage under Danversport that was used to hide from Native American attacks, as well as the ghost of the captains daughter from the famous poem "Wreck of the Hesperus"!

One rainy stormy night we, her sons and I, drove deep into Gloucester to the dangerous terrain near the ocean where the legendary wreck was supposed to occur. We all took positions around the area and waited for the ghost to appear! She never did. But that could be built into a scenario for a ghost story with it's roots in New England history\folklore.(less)
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