Marie Radford made her debut for The Professors playing keyboards at Fairleigh Dickinson University on July 25, 2001, playing an
incredible part on Spirit of the Age. Marie played a vintage Yahama DX7 synthesizer given to her by former bass player Stephen Cooper on songs such as
Weird Sisters, Spirit of the Age, and PSI Power.
Marie was to make many guest appearances with The Professors since her debut, including shows at the Rutgers University Log Cabin, Lenfell Hall at
Fairleigh Dickinson University, where she added keyboard flourishes to songs such as Closer to the Heart and Farewell to Kings by Rush and Dark Side of the
Moon by Pink Floyd. At the December 2005 show at Fairleigh Dickinson University, Marie added amazing keyboard parts to Dogs by Pink Floyd and Brainstorm/Sonic Attack by Hawkwind which
really brought her talents to the fore.
Marie traded in the Yahama DX7 for a modern Roland Juno-G synthesiser, which she debuted
at The Crossroads on July 28, 2007, the same gig that Marie officially became
a full member of The