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Sad news and cool music…

Kimberly writes: Brian Cerdelli was a Five Towns College student who I had the pleasure of seeing on stage in The Who’s Tommy, and in Shakespeare’s Macbeth. He was wonderful in both productions. Brian passed away this week, at the tender age of 21. My sympathy goes out to him and his family.

Inspired by the moment, his bandmates finished up a music video they had been working on. I wanted to share the video, share some reflections on a young man who I knew briefly and admired greatly, and support these young musicians who will be moving forward in new directions…

Band: My Only Alibi
Song: Trade It All Away
At MySpace: here

For photos, videos, and information about services, you can go to the In Loving Memory of Brian Cerdelli FaceBook page: here.

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