The fictional pop rock ground from That Thing You Do, Tom Hanks’ 1996 cinematic directorial debut, is getting back together in the name of COVID-19 relief. Tom Everett Scott, the drummer from the on-screen band, posted on twitter that the Oneders (Wonders) will be returning for one night to raise money for the MusiCares charity in the wake of the ongoing pandemic and the death of Adam Schlesinger, who passed away due to the coronavirus.
Schlesinger worked on the music for That Thing You Do, as well as the show Crazy Ex-Girlfriend. He also fronted the band Fountains of Wayne.
This Friday April 17th, 7pmEST/4pmPST the One’ders are reuniting FOR THE VERY FIRST TIME for a community watch party of That Thing You Do! We’re gonna have the WHOLE band AND @LivTyler + a few other surprise guests live stream a commentary to raise funds for @MusiCares!! pic.twitter.com/xqVqHeEHya
— Ethan Embry (@EmbryEthan) April 13, 2020
According to the tweet, the band will be hosting a live music session on their YouTube channel on April 17 at 7PM EST/4PM PST.
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