Eric Bazilian

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Date of Birth July 21, 1953
Place of Birth Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Age 67 years old
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Eric Bazilian

Eric M. Bazilian, is an American singer, songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, arranger and producer, best known for being a founding member of the rock band The Hooters and for writing "One of Us," made famous by Joan Osborne in 1995.

Birth name: Eric Michael Bazilian
Born: July 21, 1953, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, US
Genres: Rock
Occupation(s): Musician, songwriter
Instruments: Vocals, guitar, melodica, saxophone, mandolin, keyboards, bass, drums
Years active: 1978–present
Associated acts: The Hooters
Website: Eric Bazilian's Official site
IMDb: Eric Bazilian's IMDb

About Eric Bazilian

Rock guitarist who played with the band The Hooters and who helped Joan Osborne release her hit 'One of Us.'

Before Fame

He knew he wanted to be a musician after he saw The Beatles on The Ed Sullivan Show.

Achievement

He has a physics degree from the University of Pennsylvania.

Family Life

He was taught to play guitar by his uncle and grew up in Philadelphia.

Associations

Patty Smyth sang backing vocals on some of Bazilian's tracks with The Hooters.

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Latest information about Eric Bazilian updated on December 02, 2020.

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