PREMIERE SCREENING OF
THE PROFESSORS' PROJECT

Dreyfuss 125, Fairleigh Dickinson University, Madison, NJ, March 6, 2015

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Photographs by Nick Romanenko

Hi Gary, Peter, Meg and Jen, you guys did a great performance on Friday! The best part was how the girls and Peter interacted with the audience with pantomimes and expressions! Priceless! You had the whole audience eating out of your hand! Awesome star power!I would say that you should take this show on the road, but I am not sure how you would transport the podium. Cheers! Mikester - Mike Sukhdeo, Professor, Center for Research on Animal Parasites CRAP, Dept. Ecology, Evolution and Natural Resources, Rutgers University, New Brunswick. NJ

Hi Gary, just wanted to tell you how much I enjoyed Friday nightís film and entertainment. The documentary was fantastic, I learned a lot about the band and its evolution. The film makers did a great job, I hope you are pleased with it. What a great experience to be able to express yourself through music. Now that youíre famous, I can say I know a real rock star :) I also really enjoyed listening to your music, loved your songs. It was especially great to see Meg up there, I had no idea she had such musical talent or was involved in the band. She looked like she was really enjoying the whole experience. It was good to say hello to Marie as well, I was sorry I didnít get to see her perform, maybe next time. Thanks for inviting me - Diane Wentworth, Professor of Psychology, Fairleigh Dickinson University, Madison, NJ

Loved the movie, Gary, and the performance after even more. The movie set up the performance very well. It had all the elements: romance, music, issues, relationships...add servants, and you've got Downton Morristown. Meg and her pal were fun; the rest of the band charmed musically and vocally; and you played some sweet, sweet guitar. Ah, acoustic: works for me - Harry Keyishian, Emeritus Professor of English Literature, Fairleigh Dickinson University, Madison, NJ

THE PROFESSORS

Gary Radford - Guitar/Vocals
Meg Radford - Vocals/Guitar
Nick Romanenko - Vocals
Peter VanEmburg - Drums/Vocals
Jennifer Zahorbenski - Lead Vocals

THE SET

  1. Untenured Blues (Gary Radford/Marie Radford)
  2. Cold Snap (John Barrows/Gary Radford)
  3. Tara's Song (Meg Radford) **
  4. Generations (Gary Radford/Peter VanEmburg)
  5. Peer Review Blues (John Barrows)
  6. Not So Brown Eyed Boy (Meg Radford)
  7. The Sammy Song (Gary Radford/Meg Radford)
  8. Christie, Are You Out There? (John Barrows/Gary Radford)
  9. False Positive (John Barrows/Chad Dell)
  10. The Babysitter Blues (Gary Radford/Nick Romanenko/Peter VanEmburg)

** = Debut Song






This page last updated March 9, 2015 by Gary Radford.
Many thanks to Kurt Wagner, Marie Radford, and Jon Oliver.