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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.
Posted by classicrocker on Friday, 01.16.09 @ 18:56pm
they had more hits than that.
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.
Posted by classicrocker on Friday, 01.16.09 @ 19:27pm
They have some great songs, particular "And We Danced" and "Johnny B"
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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