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2004 All-Star Show Alan Mann Band Bad Sneakers Beru Revue Early Blondie in Philly Bricklin Bunnydrums John Cadillac The Circles Tommy Conwell Coup D'Etat Dead End Kids Dobbs Reunion 2006 Essra Mohawk Experimental Products Funhouse The Gang George Manney, drums The Girlfriends The Guise: Chuck Varesko Robert Hazard & The Heroes Jerry Healey, musician Jim Six Joey Saint The Hooters: Rob and Eric Kenn Kweder Last-Minute Jam, JC Dobbs Marty Watt Mikey Wild - Misc. The Odds Positive Craze Pretty Poison Radio Rodeo The Reds Reesa and The Rooters Resistors Rocket 88 Mitch Schecter Pleasure Dotz Sarcastics - Sharks Separate Checks Suburban Wives Club Witness

Cyndi Lauper and Essra Mohawk, 1983 in Philly bar
Essra wrote Cyndi's #3 hit, "Change of Heart"
Robert Hazard, 1982 photo in ElectriCity
Robert wrote Cyndi's #1 hit, "Girls Just Wanna Have Fun"


South Street Blood Drive, 1983

City Councilman Jim Tayoun, Reesa of Reesa and The Rooters, and Ben Franklin at the event

Essra Mohawk with event organizer, Red Cross Nurse Bonnie
(Bonnie appeared in Cyndi Lauper's "Girls Just Wanna Have Fun" video)

Suzie Cosmo and Reesa at the event


Reesa outside Dobbs, Third & South Street, 1980
Brian Setzer outside Hot Club, 20th & South Street, 1979



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