Adams, Steve
December 2007
Billboard;12/8/2007, Vol. 119 Issue 49, p74
Trade Publication
The article profiles the Anglo-Swedish alternative rock trio the Hoosiers. A discussion of a Sony BMG sponsored 2008 international tour for the group, which will feature shows in the United States, the band's musical style, and success of the group's debut album "The Trick to Life", which sold 136,000 pieces, is presented.


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