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G FORCE | CHARLES LAQUIDARA

Radio days

By Joan Anderman
Globe Staff / September 12, 2009

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Charles Laquidara was a big voice in Boston radio for more than three decades, starting in 1969, when he replaced a budding WBCN DJ named Peter Wolf (who wanted to spend more time practicing with his band) and later when he joined classic-rock station WZLX. In 2000 Laquidara moved to Maui, but he’s back in town this month to be ... (Full article: 415 words)

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