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OPEN MY EYES: NEXT MOVE FOR “IN THE POCKET”

Published On: January 18, 2011
|Author: Ray Koob
|Publication: WMGK

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OPEN MY EYES!!!

Published On: January 18, 2011
|Author: Debbi Calton
|Publication: WMGK

Dave Uosikkinen of The Hooters has embarked upon a FABULOUS project called IN THE POCKET. He is picking songs that have special Philadelphia meaning and re-working them in the studio with various local musicians. Most recently, he’s redone the great NAZZ tune “Open My Eyes”. Give a listen here, download and read all about this terrific hometown effort! http://songsinthepocket.org

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The Hooters’ Uosikkinen offers ‘Essential Songs of Philadelphia’ with In the Pocket

Published On: January 13, 2011
|Author: Rob Nagy
|Publication: Pottstown Mercury

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MINDMAP

Published On: January 3, 2011
|Author: David Uosikkinen
|Publication: WHYY's NewsWorks.org

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Hooters’ David Uosikkinen to celebrate new release at World Cafe

Published On: December 20, 2010
|Author: Naila Francis
|Publication: Bucks County Courier Times

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At Large: Pocket This

Published On: December 15, 2010
|Author: ML
|Publication: Main Line Magazine

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WYSP’s Rock Expo

Published On: November 23, 2010
|Author: Randy Kotz
|Publication: WYSP

David Uosikkinen chats with Randy Kotz about IN THE POCKET: ESSENTIAL SONGS OF PHILADELPHIA at WYSP’s Rock Expo.

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MLT MUSTS: things we like

Published On: November 23, 2010
|Author: Tara Behan
|Publication: Main Line Today Magazine

Hooters drummer David Uosikkinen has some old tunes he’d like you to hear-all of them either recorded in Philadelphia or written and performed by Philadelphians. The first, Youth Camp’s 1983 shoulda-been hit, “All My Mondays,” is available for download for 99 cents. The revamped version of the lost classic features Uosikkinen and fellow Hooters, Eric Bazilian and Rob Hyman, Richard Bush (The A’s, Peace Creeps), Greg Davis (Beru Revue), and William Wittman (Cyndi Lauper). A portion of the proceeds from In the Pocket benefits Philadelphia’s Settlement Music School.

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The Hooters mark 30 years with an Electric Factory concert

Published On: November 23, 2010
|Author: A.D. Amorosi
|Publication: Philadelphia Inquirer

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Hooters members reunite for Phila. project

Published On: November 22, 2010
|Author: Peter Crimmins
|Publication: WHYY

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