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Yo! That’s My Jawn: The Podcast – Ep. 4.17 – Eric Bazilian

Kicking off the episode, Nate pays tribute to Sinead O’Connor and Paul Reubens before being joined by Eric Bazilian (The Hooters). They talk about Eric’s 70th birthday, the Hooters show at North Penn High School, growing up, learning music, the transformative performance of the Beatles on Ed Sullivan, The Limestones, spirituality, Evil Seed, going to college at Penn and meeting Rob Hyman, joining Wax, Baby Grand, seeing Madness live and the birth of the Hooters, Ska music, returning to their early ska days with Rocking & Swing, how the early Portastudio 4-track demos were used to create the new album, “Pete Rose,” opening for the Who, the Clash and Santana at RFK Stadium, vocal issues, Live Aid and the Bob Geldolf beef, breaking in Europe with One Way Home, collaborating with women, the recent European tour, reworking old Hooters songs as ska songs, how “Splice Up the Dance” was put together, and the Philly Music Fest Low Cut Connie show appearance. Then, Eric graciously enters The Jawntlet!

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