Tell it to the Rock ‘n’ Roll Therapist and he will sing a song on the spot, and it will be healed.
This is the claim of Paul McMahon, who guarantees his 100% cure rate. If he sings a song about your problem, it will be healed. It’s only a question of time. The cure is absolute, but time is relative. Most cures are instantaneous, but in rare cases it may take longer. If the complaint persists for more than seven lifetimes, McMahon will take it as his own personal problem.
The Rock ‘n’ Roll Therapist’s radio Debut was in 1986 on Lynn Samuels’ show on WBAI in New York City. Soon after he was he was a regular guest on WFMU, on Bill Burger’s ‘The Hip Bone,’ solving the problems of particularly twisted listeners of that particularly twisted show. In 1989, he became a regular on KTV, the children’s show on the fledging CNBC network. This stint lasted a year and a half. Prior to CNBC, he billed himself as the Rock ‘n’ Rock Psychiatrist, but CNBC’s lawyers changed it to ‘Therapist,’ perhaps to steer clear of a potential lawsuit from the American Psychiatric Association. Pretty weird, eh? That’s showbiz. In 1990, he moved upcountry to Woodstock where he has been heard frequently ever since on Conversations and the Round Table with Doug Grunther on WDST, Woodstock’s alternative rock station.