"And We Danced"
from the 'hooter' or melodica which provided a distinctive sound to so many of their records. The early 80s history of the band saw them play in the Philadelphia club scene, boosted by airplay on WMMR, the major rock station in Philadelphia at that time. The Hooters quickly became a huge success along their native East Coast."
The Hooters' debut LP, Amore, appeared on the tiny local imprint Antenna in 1983 as well, and the group issued its major label debut, Nervous Night, in 1985 upon signing to Columbia. The record fell just shy of the Top Ten on the strength of a series of chart hits including "All You Zombies," "And We Danced," "Day by Day," and "Where Do the Children Go"