Exit 69 (a cappella)
One of the largest and most popular groups on campus, Exit 69 is comprised of 14 members (seven male and seven female,) for the 2008-2009 school year. Commonly referred to on campus simply as "Exit," the group performs in concerts both on and off campus, and occasionally with the Carleton Singing Knights or the Accidentals.
Members include Alex Barba '09 (also a Knightingale), David Lonoff '09 (also in Nightshade), Don Smith '09, Michelle Deeter '09, Aaron Kaufman '09, Maia Rodriguez '10, Kat Morriss '10, Jon Fraser '10, Drew Chambers '10, Charlie Liu '11, Sally Larkins '11 (also in Nightshade), Molly Nichols '11, Pete Kerns '12, and Hannah Button-Harrison '12.
Jim Avery '10 was forced to leave Exit's ranks after his transfer from Carleton.
Exit 69 performs a variety of self-arranged music, and is best known for a complex arrangement of the Eurythmics' "Sweet Dreams," a song which is currently sung by junior Kat Morriss.
The group's homepage can be found at exit69.wordpress.com
- Exit 69 (album)
- Aural Pleasure
- Exit 69 Sells Out
- In The Red
- "In The Bed"