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Founding members of the hit-making Philadelphia band The Hooters, multi-instrumentalists Eric Bazilian and Rob Hyman perform two of their recognizable Hooters hits ("All You Zombies" and "And We Danced"), along with a "Hooterized" cover of Don Henley's "The Boys of Summer."

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At the time of this 2007 recording, the band had just finished up The Hooters' comeback album Time Stand Still. Bazilian and Hyman were part of the production team behind Joan Osborne's debut smash Relish, and they reunited with Osborne for her 2008 release Little Wild One.

Bazilian and Hyman were recently asked to perform a song from the 1980s that they wish they'd written, as part of a VH1 "Save the Music" benefit. They chose Don Henley's "The Boys of Summer" and included a studio version of the song on Time Stand Still. Since then, the band has released Both Sides Live, recorded partially at the Electric Factory in Philadelphia.

Julie Adams and the Mountain Stage Band round out this segment with a cover of Richard Shindell's song "Wisteria."

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