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Folk Revival, 7-11pm, Thursday
A long-time educator (he has taught middle school and high school history for twenty-six years), Nick Noble is a big fan of folk music, especially the folk revival period of the 50s and60s. He enjoys sharing this passion with the radio audience, and he always likes hearing from listeners with ideas, suggestions, information, conversation, and requests. A resident of Worcester, Nick writes books in his spare time, with five published to date—all on obscure historical topics of very specific or local interest, with a sixth (on folk music and “the Great Folk music scare” from 1959-1964) at the publisher now—and he loves to read (others’ work, not his own). He is also a sometime singer (thirty years ago he belonged to one of the last collegiate folk groups before acapella became the rage), a part-time poet, and a full-time husband and father. Nick is also a loyal WICN member and an active WICN volunteer.