The 3rd Annual Conference of the New Jersey Communication Association
The Student Center Pub, Rider University, Lawrenceville, NJ, April 10, 1999

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April 10, 1999, saw a classic night of Professors music in the Student Union Pub at Rider University as the closing festivities of the 3rd Annual Conference of the New Jersey Communication Association. Chad Dell of Monmouth University joined the band on guitar to perform rocking versions of One Way Out and In the Midnight Hour. Thom Gencarelli of Montclair State University, and lead singer with BLUE RACE, made the crowd weep with his rendition of B. B. King's Have You Ever Loved a Woman. Jonathan Millen of Rider University, and the organizer of the day's conference, took over from Bob Kubey on the skins to provide superlative percussion on In the Midnight Hour, Respect, and Did You Ever Love a Woman.

Watch a YouTube Playlist of the entire show


John Barrows - Harp/Guitar
Bob Kubey - Drums
Gary Radford - Lead Guitar
Nick Romanenko - Bass Guitar
Sonja Souther - Lead Vocals


Chad Dell - Lead Guitar and Vocals
Thom Gencarelli - Vocals
Jonathan Millen - Drums


  1. Eight Minutes (John Barrows/Mark Wallinger)
  2. New York City Sidewalk Blues (John Barrows)
  3. Spirit of the Age (Robert Calvert/Dave Brock - Hawkwind)
  4. Sunday Night at Kenny's (John Barrows)
  5. I'm From New Jersey (John Gorka)
  6. Five Long Years (Eddie Boyd - Eric Clapton)
  7. Dreading the Dawning (John Barrows/Gary Radford)
  8. Untenured Blues (Gary Radford/Marie Radford)
  9. Take Sick and Die (Muddy Waters)
  10. Run Away With Me (John Barrows/Gary Radford)
  11. Bitch (Meredith Brooks)
  12. One Way Out (M. Sehorn/W. Williamson/ J. W. James - The Allman Brothers)
  13. In the Midnight Hour (Wilson Pickett/Steve Cropper) **
  14. Respect (Otis Redding - Aretha Franklin) **
  15. Have You Ever Loved a Woman (B. B. King) **
    ** = debut song

    This page last updated August 7, 2013 by Gary Radford.
    Many thanks to Kurt Wagner, Marie Radford, and Jon Oliver.