Continuing to pursue his project to discover new ways of connecting with Nature, Nick Herbert invokes his inner Irish tenor at a St. Paddy's Day party in Aptos. Accompanied by Kim Fulton Bennett on wooden flute, Nick renders the traditional Irish folk song "Carrickfergus" while other members of the band "Blarney" look on. In addition to Kim and Nick, "Blarney" consists of August O'Connor on guitar and bodhran and Matt Johnson on banjo and Irish whistle.
Physicist, author, father, explorer. NICK HERBERT is the author of three popular physics books Quantum Reality, Faster Than Light and Elemental Mind. He played a prominent oart in the early Boulder Creek BistroScene poetry movement which resulted in two chapbooks Physics on All Fours and Harlot Nature. Nick was the Fringe Science editor for Berkeley-based Mondo 2000 and in featured in David Jay Brown's Mavericks of the Mind and David Kaiser's How the Hippies Saved Physics.