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Saturday, April 15 • 1:45pm - 3:00pm
Cross-Genre Feedback Panel with Eric Bazilian and Rob Hyman

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What do hitmakers hear when they listen to a new song? Find out at this feedback session. Songwriting greats Eric Bazilian and Rob Hyman, who collaborated together successfully for years as The Hooters before going on separately to write hits for a variety of other artists, such as Joan Osborne, Scorpions, Bon Jovi and LeAnn Rimes and Cyndi Lauper, Patty Smyth, Dar Williams and Bette Midler, respectively, will give feedback on a limited number of songs from different genres, pre-submitted by EXPO registrants, in front of a live audience. They’ll bring decades of experience to bear in offering expert advice on how to improve on a good thing.

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Eric Bazilian

Songwriter, Musician, The Hooters
Songwriter, Musician - The Hooters | Long-time ASCAP members Rob Hyman and Eric Bazilian co-founded the classic rock band The Hooters, who burst onto the Philadelphia music scene in 1980, with their unique blend of ska, reggae and rock. With their fellow band-mates, Rob (vocals, keyboards) and Eric (vocals, guitar) led the group to Platinum status with “Nervous Night”, their debut on Columbia Records in 1985. The album included hits... Read More →
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Rob Hyman

Songwriter, Musician
Songwriter, Musician - The Hooters | Long-time ASCAP members Rob Hyman and Eric Bazilian co-founded the classic rock band The Hooters, who burst onto the Philadelphia music scene in 1980, with their unique blend of ska, reggae and rock. With their fellow band-mates, Rob (vocals, keyboards) and Eric (vocals, guitar) led the group to Platinum status with “Nervous Night”, their debut on Columbia Records in 1985. The album included hits such as... Read More →


Saturday April 15, 2017 1:45pm - 3:00pm
Hollywood Ballroom D-E 2nd Floor (Mezzanine)

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