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Published On: October 25, 2010
|Author: Dan Gross
|Publication: Philadelphia Daily News

Hooters founders Eric Bazilian and Rob Hyman surprised fans at the Gypsy Saloon (128 Ford) in Conshohocken for the band’s drummer David Uosikkinen’s launch party for his project “In the Pocket: Essential Songs of Philadelphia,” to benefit the Settlement Music School. The guys played a few tunes with Uosikkinen, including “All My Mondays” from the album, accompanied by Richard Bush from The A’s and Beru Revue’s Greg Davis and Mark Julian Teague.

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David Uosikkinen

Published On: October 20, 2010
|Author: Kevin Tierney

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In The Pocket – Essential Songs of Philadelphia Raising Funds for the Settlement Music School

Published On: October 20, 2010
|Author: Meredith
|Publication: UWISHUNU: by the Greater Philadelphia Tourism Marketing Corporation

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Two Leons, Hooters on top

Published On: October 19, 2010
|Author: Jonathan Takiff
|Publication: Philadelphia Daily News

HOOTERIZATIONS: There’s music new and old from hometown heroes The Hooters to tout. Band drummer David Uosikkinen has started a singles-oriented recording project called “In the Pocket: Essential Songs of Philadelphia.” First salvo, a vibrant piece of ’80s pop punk called “All My Mondays” (B+) done originally by Joey Wilson and his band Youth Camp, in which Uosikkinen drummed. The lively remake (think Elvis Costello meets Boomtown Rats) also features Hooters’ Eric Bazilian and Rob Hyman, plus Richard Bush, Greg Davis and William Wittman.

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It’s available for a 99 cent download at A portion of proceeds go to Settlement Music School.

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David Uosikkinen on WMMR's Preston & Steve Show

Published On: October 19, 2010
|Author: Preston & Steve
|Publication: WMMR

Video of David Uosikkinen’s appearance on WMMR’s Preston & Steve Show. Click on web link below to view…

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City Paper's Arts and Entertainment Blog

Published On: October 15, 2010
|Author: A.D. Amorosi
|Publication: City Paper: Critical Mass

…In other Philly-covers-Philly news, The Hooters’ David Uosikkinen’s new revolving-member project ITP (In The Pocket) is recording his fave Philly tunes with proceeds of their download charges ( going to SettlementMusicSchool. The first tune? “All My Mondays” from the late great Joey Wilson’s ’80s band Youth Camp with John Kuzma and Uosikkinen. The new version features Hooters Uosikkinen, Rob Hyman, Eric Bazilian with Richard Bush (The A’s/The Peace Creeps) on vocals and Greg Davis (Beru Revue) on guitar.

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FMQB FYI… Links You Should Know About

Published On: October 15, 2010
|Author: Mark LaSpina
|Publication: FMQB

The Hooters’ David Uosikkinen is recording what he feels are “the Essential Songs of Philadelphia,” songs which were either recorded in Philly or written and performed by Philadelphians. These essential songs will feature the band ITP (In The Pocket), a rotating lineup of Philly’s most respected musicians. The first song, “All My Mondays,” is available for download for 99 cents at “All My Mondays” was originally recorded by ’80s band Youth Camp. A portion of the proceeds will benefit Philadelphia’s Settlement Music School.

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David Uosikkinen Has A New Project…

Published On: October 15, 2010
|Author: Martin Hennessy
|Publication: 80s Music Central

David Uosikkinen of The Hooters has a new project at where he’s been working on covering “the essential songs of Philadelphia” — songs that were recorded, written or performed in the city of brotherly love by Philadelphians. The songs feature the band ITP (or In The Pocket) and a rotating line-up of the town’s most respected musicians. The first release is a version of Youth Camp’s “All My Mondays”… oddly enough, an 80s tune. The songs can be downloaded at the site for 99 cents with a portion of the proceeds benefiting Philadelphia’s Settlement Music School.

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Songs In The Key Of Philly

Published On: October 14, 2010
|Author: Bruce Warren
|Publication: WXPN's "The Key"

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The sound of Philadelphia

Published On: October 10, 2010
|Author: Michael Klein
|Publication: Philadelphia Inquirer: Inqlings

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