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Chuck Clough

M.A. in Public History

Chuck grew up in Concord, Massachusetts. A graduate of Northeastern University (BA History, ’91), Chuck moved to New York in 1992 to attend The American Academy of Dramatic Arts (AOS, ’94) for acting and was a member of the American Academy Company (’95). As a founder and producer at VagaBOND Theatre Company, Chuck acted in and produced several original off-off Broadway plays and later produced independent feature films. In 1994 he returned to his musical roots and co-founded acoustic rock trio Northern Point which released 3 albums: November (2005), Northern Point – Live at St. James Gate (2008) and After The Frost (2010). In 2010 Chuck returned to Boston and co-founded the band The Butler Frogs. Their first EP, Last Call For Opinions, will come out fall 2019. In 2016 he started Above The Basement – Boston Music and Conversation, a Boston based podcast where he talks with area musicians, artists and the like. ATB has published 140+ episodes and has been downloaded in all 50 states and in over 90 countries. He is starting another podcast this fall that focuses on Boston history called The Bostorian.

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Cohort: 2019

Research Interest: Podcasts and Digital Humanities, History of the City of Boston as well as Boston and New England Music History

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