Bottle Hill Room, Fairleigh Dickinson University, Madison, NJ, September 29, 2006

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The Professors play as their alter-ego band, the Losers in Denial, to celebrate Meg Radford's sixteenth birthday. The Losers in Denial debut five new songs: Drive (Incubus), All These Things That I Have Done (The Killers), Dancing Days (Led Zeppelin), No Excuses (Alice in Chains), and White Room (Cream). The Losers were joined by special guest Marie Radford on keyboards and the Losettes on backing vocals: Rachel Boyadjis, Stephanie Hansen, and Alysia Slocum. Meg's Sweet Sixteen party also featured an incredible opening set from Ron Jovi.


Chris Caldiero - Harp/Vocals
Meg Radford - Vocals
Gary Radford - Classical Guitar/Vocals
Nick Romanenko - Bass Guitar / Vocals
Peter VanEmburg - Drums/Vocals


Marie Radford - Keyboards


Rachel Boyadjis - Vocals
Stephanie Hansen - Vocals
Alysia Slocum - Vocals

A YouTube Playlist of the September 29, 2006, Show
This playlist includes 13 separate videos. You can select a particular song by clicking the "Next" button

Videography by the amazing Kevin Wojtaszek


  1. Crisis of Confidence (John Barrows/Gary Radford)
  2. Childhood's End (David Gilmour)
Dark Side of the Moon
  1. Time (Nick Mason/Roger Waters/Richard Wright/David Gilmour)
  2. Breathe (Reprise) (Nick Mason/Roger Waters/Richard Wright/David Gilmour)
  3. Brain Damage (Roger Waters)
  4. Eclipse (Roger Waters)
  1. Drive (Brandon Boyd/Alex Katunich/Michael Einziger - Incubus) **
  2. All These Things That I Have Done (Dave Keuning/Brandon Flowers/Mark Stoermer - The Killers) **
  3. Dancing Days (Jimmy Page/Robert Plant - Led Zeppelin) **
  4. Peer Review (John Barrows/Gary Radford)
  5. No Excuses (Jerry Cantrell - Alice in Chains) **
  6. A Geek's Life (Peter VanEmburg/Gary Radford/Nick Romanenko)
  7. Sunday Night at Kenny's (John Barrows/Gary Radford)
  8. White Room (Pete Brown/Jack Bruce - Cream) **
  9. Brainstorm (Nik Turner - Hawkwind)
  10. Sonic Attack (Michael Moorcock)
  11. Psycho Killer (David Byrne/Chris Frantz/Tina Weymouth - The Talking Heads)
** = Debut Song

The Amazing Alfred Vitale and Ron Jovi
Photographs by Nick Romanenko

This page last updated August 18, 2016 by Gary Radford.
Many thanks to Kurt Wagner, Marie Radford, and Jon Oliver.