Morris Street, Morristown, NJ, December 8, 2001

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Photographs by Deborah Goodsite

The Professors rock Morristown at Hennessey's Pub on Morris Street with an unprecedented 3 set performance that finished at 12:45am. The show saw the debut of two Chad Dell original songs: King for a Day and It Don't Look Good.

Watch a YouTube Playlist of 9 Songs from the Show
(1) You Don't Love Me, (2) Stormy Monday, (3) Spirit of the Age,
(4) Ziggy Stardust, (5) Money, (6) You Better Leave,
(7) Nobody Likes Happy Songs, (8) In the Midnight Hour, and (9) Everybody Needs Somebody
Videography by Marie Radford


Chad Dell - Guitar/Lead Vocals
David McCurry - Harp
Jonathan Millen - Drums
Gary Radford - Guitar
Nick Romanenko - Bass Guitar


  1. Dead Flowers (Mick Jagger/Keith Richards - The Rolling Stones)
  2. Come on in my Kitchen (Robert Johnson)
  3. Talk to me Baby (E. James - Buddy Guy)
  4. You Don't Love Me (Willie Cobbs - The Allman Brothers)
  5. Little Wing (Jimi Hendrix)
  6. King for a Day (Chad Dell)
  7. Further on up the Road (Joe Medwich Veasey/Don D. Robey - Eric Clapton)
  8. Stormy Monday (T-Bone Walker - The Allman Brothers)
  9. Mustang Sally (Wilson Pickett)


  1. Runnin' Blue (Boz Scaggs)
  2. Let the Good Times Roll (Fleecie Moore/Sam Theard)
  3. Girls Are Always Right (Any Trouble)
  4. Spirit of the Age (Robert Calvert/Dave Brock - Hawkwind)
  5. Run Away with Me (John Barrows/Gary Radford)
  6. Nothing to Do With You (Chad Dell/John Barrows)
  7. Ziggy Stardust (David Bowie)
  8. Secret Agent Man (Sloane/Barry - Johnny Rivers)
  9. Bitch (Mick Jagger/Keith Richards - The Rolling Stones)


  1. She Loves Me (Not) (Chad Dell)
  2. It Don't Look Good (Chad Dell)
  3. Money (John Lennon/Paul McCartney - The Beatles)
  4. You Better Leave (Stevie Ray Vaughn)
  5. (Nobody Likes) Happy Songs (John Barrows/Gary Radford)
  6. First I Look at the Purse (Robert Rogers/Smokey Robinson)
  7. Homework (Otis Rush)
  8. In the Midnight Hour (Wilson Pickett/Steve Cropper)
  9. Everybody Needs Somebody to Love (Russell/Burke/Wexler - The Rolling Stones)

This page last updated August 8, 2013 by Gary Radford.
Many thanks to Kurt Wagner, Marie Radford, and Jon Oliver.