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PHILADELPHIA'S MULTIPLATINUM BAND THE HOOTERS MARK TRIUMPHANT RETURN WITH MCA DEBUT 'OUT OF BODY'

 UNIVERSAL CITY, Calif., April 15 /PRNewswire/ -- Philadelphia heroes The Hooters, who have sold more than 3 million records worldwide, are back with a brand new release, "Out Of Body," due on May 11, from MCA Records. To commemorate this record and the first single, "25 Hours A Day," the band is hosting a special bash at the Chestnut Cabaret on Monday, April 26, from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. Then the doors will open to the first lucky fans for a special live performance (tickets are $12.50), debuting much of the new material from "Out Of Body."
 "Out Of Body" is the culmination of the Hooters' keyboardist/vocalist Rob Hyman and guitarist/vocalist Eric Bazilian's songwriting adventures. In Nashville, Tenn., and Los Angeles, they worked with lyricist John Bettis (Michael Jackson), songwriter Wendy Waldman, as well as Cyndi Lauper. To capture the rocking soul of The Hooters' sound, the group called on producer Joe Hardy (ZZ Top, Jeff Healy, Georgia Satellites, Steve Earle) and worked at world-famous Ardent Studios in Memphis, Tenn. Hyman remaks, "Joe was the real catalyst to bring us to the next level musically." "Out Of Body" also features new member, multi-instrumentalist, Mindy Jostyn.
 Also on the schedule for the Hooters is a guest appearance at WMMR's 25th Anniversary party at the Philadelphia Spectrum on Tuesday, April 27. The group will share the same bill as Jethro Tull, Warren Zevon, Jeffrey Gaines and Paul Rogers.
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 /CONTACT: Caroline Prutzman, 212-841-8050, or Tom Cording, 212-841-8048, both of MCA Records/


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