The Hooters – 2014 Concert Schedule
Philadelphia-based rock band the Hooters were one of the top bands of
the 1980s, with hits like "Day by Day," "All You Zombies," "Where Do the Children Go," and "And We Danced." From the U.S.
to Europe, their popularity spread, and they remain a world-famous band to this day. Since their reunion in 2001, the band
has thrilled audiences by touring all over, giving fans of all generations the chance to see their incredible hits performed
live. This iconic band is now getting underway on yet another tour, and you will definitely want to be there when they head
to a venue near your town. The Hooters are currently slated to visit locations like the Hexenrock Festival in Hettenrodt,
Revel in Atlantic City, Philadelphia's Xfinity Live, and many more. To relive the magic of the Hooters' music all over again,
be sure to visit StubHub to get your concert tickets to see the show. This concert is not one to be missed!
The Hooters started to gain popularity after their first album with Columbia Records, "Nervous Night,"
was released in 1985. The album proved to be a phenomenal start for the band, with over 2 million copies of the album sold
in the United States alone. The album produced the mega-successful hits, "Day by Day," "And We Danced," and "Where Do The
Children Go," all of which reached the top 40. The Hooters were later nominated for an MTV Video Music Award in the category
of Best New Artist in a Video, and they were named by Rolling Stone as the Best New Band of the Year. In addition to their
incredible debut, the Hooters went on to receive more exposure when they were chosen as the opening act for the Live Aid benefit
concert, which allowed them to breakthrough to the international market.
By 1987, the Hooters had released their next
album, "One Way Home," which reached the number 27 position on the Billboard 200 chart, spawning the hit single, "Satellite."
The song ended up being played heavily in the U.K., garnering the band their first major success overseas, and the Hooters
were invited to perform on the British show Top of the Pops. "Satellite" was also a hit in the states, and it reached the
number 13 position on the U.S. Mainstream Rock Tracks chart.
In 1989, the Hooters released their next album, "Zig Zag,"
which featured the vocals of the group Peter, Paul and Mary on the cover of the song, "500 Miles." The song was a hit, and
it reached number 20 on the Mainstream Rock Tracks chart. During this time, the Hooters' popularity in Europe exploded, and
their album "Out of Body" was met with praise in Germany and Sweden. By the mid-90s, however, the Hooters went on a hiatus
for several years, but 2001 marked their triumphant return. Since their reunion, this iconic band from the 80s has continued
to tour, bringing their unforgettable music to fans all over the world.
The Hooters' Breakthrough Album
the Hooters released their breakthrough album, "Nervous Night," they were catapulted to fame seemingly overnight. The incredible
album produced their now-classic hits like "Day by Day," "And We Danced," and "Where Do The Children Go." With the album eventually
achieving platinum status, the Hooters were one of the most popular music acts at the time, and they would later receive a
nomination for an MTV Video Music Award for Best New Artist in a Video. The Hooter's next album, "One Way Home," was likewise
a success, and it climbed to the number 27 spot on the Billboard 200 chart. Propelled by the hit single, "Satellite," the
album was certified gold.
The Hooters Trivia
Did you know the Hooters starred in a film of the same name
of their album, "Nervous Night?"
The film Nervous Night was released following the album's release, and it included
a live concert in addition to various stylized short films with each band member. The film ended up taking home awards at
the Billboard 8th Annual Video Music Conference in the categories of Best Long-Form Program and Best Concert Performance.
The Hooters left a legacy during the 80s with hits like "Day by Day," "All You Zombies," "Where
Do the Children Go," and "And We Danced." After their return to the scene in 2001, fans were delighted to be able to hear
songs like these and more during their concert tours. Now it's your turn to get in on all of the fun. The Hooters are embarking
on a highly anticipated concert tour, and you don't want to miss the chance to see them live. When the Hooters head to a venue
near your town, be sure to check out their incredible show!