The Hooters

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Eligible since: 2008 (The 2009 Induction Ceremony)

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Will The Hooters be inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame?
"Musical excellence is the essential qualification for induction."
   

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The Hooters are probably a band most here would never have heard of unless you happened to be in and around Philadelphia in the early 80s and listening to radio station WMMR.

I believe their only song to have national exposure was "All You Zombies."

Chances for induction-a buck shy of a penny.....

Posted by classicrocker on Friday, 01.16.09 @ 18:56pm


they had more hits than that.

And We Danced
Day By Day
Where Do the children Go

These were all Top 40 hits in Billboard

plus a couple of them played on Cyndi Lauper's first album

Posted by Brian on Friday, 01.16.09 @ 19:11pm


OK, I exaggerated. They did open Live Aid in 85'-so I guess they did have international exposure for about 10 minutes and a few hits here and in Europe.

I still doubt many under 20 years old know who they are.

I'll change my expectations from a buck shy of a penny to a quarter shy of a dime.

Posted by classicrocker on Friday, 01.16.09 @ 19:27pm


They have some great songs, particular "And We Danced" and "Johnny B"

We'll probably never see them in the Hall of Fame but a good band nevertheless.

Posted by Tahvo Parvianen on Sunday, 08.8.10 @ 04:37am


^ And of course the aforementioned "All You Zombies," can't believe I forgot about that one, great song. Like I've said, not Hall of Fame worthy, but a good group.

Posted by Tahvo Parvianen on Thursday, 04.7.11 @ 08:33am


The Hooters are a great pop band, led by Eric Bazilan & Rob Hyman, who also worked with Cyndi Lauper and Joan Osborne. All three of those acts deserve to be in the Hall, but I doubt any of them will make it in.

Posted by Timothy Horrigan on Thursday, 04.7.16 @ 18:59pm


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