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Loverboy's Back on 30 Rock

LOVERBOY GETS A PIECE OF THE ROCKS: Multi-platinum rockers Loverboy have reunited with their original engineer Bob Rock to record two new singles, “Heartbreaker” and “No Tomorrow.” The band appeared on 30 Rock two weeks ago, when Scott Adsit’s frustrated musician Pete Hornberger revealed he was once the bassist for the group, complete with him appearing in a vintage clip of the band playing their arena-rock anthem, “Working for the Weekend.” The Canadian band recently signed with Jonathan Wolfson, who has been behind the comeback of Daryl Hall and John Oates, for management. For a list of upcoming tour dates, please go here. Check out the complete 30 Rock episode, one of the show’s best, below. (3/1p)

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