Plan Nine Radio Show – The Next Rock Musical Mega-Hit: Flex the Echo’s Debut Rock CD Catches Fire

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Ed Wood’s disastrously delightful film, Plan Nine From Outer Space, has found new life as a CD extravaganza performed by Flex the Echo. Included are seventeen original songs as well as fifty-two narration segues, patterned in the style of a radio show.

Based on one of the worst films ever made, the explosive sounds of Flex the Echo ignites seventeen original songs as part of a spectacular musical extravaganza.  What makes this CD project so unique is the fact that it is custom made for the stage, radio or a feature film.
Flex the Echo is a collaborative effort between its founders, Toledo natives Doug Crill, David F. Kleeberger and a group of like-minded musicians from various parts of the world.  Currently, the musicians include David’s son Kyle on drums and Tim Strausbaugh on guitar as well as twenty additional vocalist, actors and musicians.

Daniel J. Frey on Lionhart Films, says, “brilliant musical adaptation of Ed Wood’s cult classic, breaking new ground in modern theater.”

The CD was recorded at Left Hand of the Lamb Recording Workshop, a subsidiary of Clover Mountain Enterprises, and it is available on I-Tunes, Amazon, E-music and various retail outlets. For more information, please go to HYPERLINK "http://


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