Comedian Dobie Maxwell has written his life story. Entitled "Monkey In The Middle," the book is being released next month by the Chicago-based Eckhartz Press. Pre-orders are now being taken, with the book expected to be shipped on March 14th. In addition to being a top Midwestern stand-up comic (nicknamed "Mr. Lucky"), Maxwell has also spent his fair share of time working in Chicago radio. For one year, December 2003 to December 2004, Maxwell was co-host of WLUP-FM/The Loop's morning show, working alongside Spike Manton and Bruce Wolf. A few years later, he became one of "Jerry's Kidders," heard weekly on Jerry Agar's radio shows on WLS-AM, and later WGN-AM. Maxwell also worked in radio in Lansing, Milwaukee, Kenosha, Reno, and Salt Lake City.
Monday, February 22, 2016
Some Love for "Monkey in the Middle"
Thanks so much to Larz at Chicagoland Radio and Media for his nice mention of our new book "Monkey in the Middle" by Dobie Maxwell. He writes...