Philly's Hooters Get Their Own Day

The Hooters to perform at state Capitol as part of “Hooters Music Appreciation Day”

The Hooters, a Pennsylvania band that's marking 33 years together, will be performing a free show at the state Capitol later this month.

The band will be honored by a state Senate resolution designating April 30 as “Hooters Music Appreciation Day” in the state.

That's the day they'll be performing a noontime concert in the East Wing Rotunda of the Capitol in Harrisburg.

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The Hooters are based in the Philadelphia area and formed when Eric Bazilian and Rob Hyman met while attending the University of Pennsylvania. The resolution's sponsor, Sen. Daylin Leach, calls them one of the most successful musical groups to have been launched in Pennsylvania.

The band's hits include "and We Danced," "Day by Day" and "All You Zombies."

Leach's office says the resolution is expected to be formally introduced later this week.

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