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The Night I Shared A Stage With Marilee by Ben Jones

Photos of a star, by a Star.

Thanks to Star Simpson (MIT ’10) for these fantastic photos! Sorry it took so long for me to get them on the site.

New entry coming soon – but enjoy these in the meantime. :-)

Also for your enjoyment: cannon shirts are now available!

16 responses to “The Night I Shared A Stage With Marilee”

  1. angelina says:

    MIT is really a cool rock-&-roll place…

  2. Christina says:

    These pictures are AWESOME!!!!

    Hahaha, the one of Marilee with her hands outstretched is TOO FUNNY!

  3. YeSeul says:

    That is pretty darn awesome

  4. K-Ro says:

    I need a Tremulant shirt!

  5. Stephanie says:

    What a night to remember !

    I have not felt such excitement since I saw my own brother play on stage…

    It was such an honor to share the room with you all and feel the love !

    Thank you !

  6. julia says:

    That beaver is adorable. i wanna marry it when i get to MIT!

  7. Christine says:

    Is that… the back of my head in the beaver-surfing pictures? *peers*

    I wanted to buy a CD when I was there, but I couldn’t figure out where they were selling merch. :-p

  8. nehalita says:

    Awesome. I love the use of red.

    It’s hot.

  9. Caroline says:

    haha, I was there!!

    You were awesome smile

  10. Mason says:

    Man, that sure is a pretty PRS. What kind of amp do you run it through?

    I really wanted to go, I promise! I had to head back home that day though, I had my senior prom that night smile

  11. Phillip says:

    wow great pics.

    what happened to dating: episode 2? =P

  12. JKim says:

    Jealous. Jealous jealous jealous :( I wanted to go crowd surfing with Tim…

  13. Christina says:

    We all did, Jess. We all did.

  14. JKim says:

    By the way, I demand an update on your feelings on that last episode of Lost.

    MICHAEL?!

  15. Evan I says:

    Heh, that’d be my head blocking half of the view in the front row. Being tall has its perks most of the time, but I feel bad when I end up in the front. But you guys were just so good, and Laura insisted that we go bite at your heels as much as possible.

    Great set, I assure you. No other band could have coaxed the audience into hoisting a seven-foot-tall beaver into the air, after all.