Fathers, Sons & Motown featuring Mark Arthur Miller
Singer/Actor/Tennis Player Mark Arthur Miller was the only white boy growing up in his south side Chicago neighborhood, only to discover that his estranged father, Ron Miller was the only white songwriter at Motown. The two reconnected when Mark was 16 and were able to share 20 years of connection, forgiveness and love. Mark has fashioned his story into a musical stage show that audiences are finding as unique as it is universal. Mark is in-studio to talk all about it. Plus Fritz and Weezy are recommending the film Spencer, the book into limited series, One of Us is Lying and with an assist from engineer, Mason Brown, the Japanese film, Shoplifters.