Comments for: Noel Paul Stookey talks symphonies and folk songs

Posted Nov. 16, 2012, at 9:58 p.m.

For his latest studio album, “One and Many,” out this past August, Noel Paul Stookey had a lot of people working with him. The Bangor Symphony Orchestra, for starters, which recorded three songs with Stookey, one-third of iconic folk trio Peter, Paul and Mary and a longtime Blue Hill resident. …

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  • Anonymous

    I had the special pleasure of meeting and speaking with Noel after his concert at the Christian School in Trenton a few years ago when I helped carry some of his equipment with him to his car. Silly as this may sound, while speaking and sharing these few moments with him there seemed to be an aura radiating from his presence, something that I’ve never experienced in my life. His life speaks for itself. The caring, involvement, and love expressed by his words and through his actions remain a shining example for us all. We, as a community are fortunate to have him in our midst. Ken Fogelman

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