Max Bernstein (musician)

Max Bernstein (musician)

Max Bernstein (born 1979) is an American musician.

Life and career

Bernstein is the younger son of author-screenwriter-director Nora Ephron and journalist Carl Bernstein. He grew up in New York. He was the lead singer and guitarist for the Los Angeles, pop punk band The Actual and is now in political post-punk band Max and the Marginalized.[1] In September 2009, he was hired to be the touring guitarist and bassist for Kesha.[2] He has appeared in an episode of Veronica Mars and also moonlighted in Scott Weiland's backing band.

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