Aaron’s Radio Show

Episode 63

My Three Songs with Eric Bazilian

 

Episode 63: My Three Songs with Eric Bazilian

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Episode Notes

EPISODE 63 – My Three Songs with Eric Bazilian  Welcome, everyone, to Episode 63. This is the 53rd in our series of episodes called My Three Songs where my guest chooses three memorable songs and we listen to the songs and talk about why they are meaningful to my guest.

My guest for this episode was Eric Bazilian. Many listeners may not recognize his name, but most likely know songs he’s written, arranged, or performed.

Eric and his good college friend Rob Hyman formed The Hooters in 1980. In 1983 they both collaborated with Cyndi Lauper. In 1985 they performed at Live Aid. And in 1995, Eric’s song “One of Us” was recorded by Joan Osborne, and was nominated for four Grammy awards.

In the show, Eric and I listen to and discuss songs including “Sukiyaki” by Kyu Sakamoto.

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Three Songs

  1. Sukiyaki – Kyu Sakamoto (1962)
  2. I Want to Hold Your Hand – The Beatles (1964)
  3. Time After Time – Cyndi Lauper (1983)

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