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Huey Lewis and the News

Huey Lewis and the News

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Huey Lewis: Picture This

Review by Mitchell Cohen, Creem, May 1982

HO HUM, you might say. One more slick-surfaced pop rock band with hooks to spare (many made out of spare parts), sax breaks, high-pitched harmonies ...

Huey Lewis Makes The News

Interview by Michael Goldberg, Creem, June 1982

SO THIS IS MANN: there's not even a sign to mark the short, dead-end street where Huey Lewis lives. Things like street signs and pavement ...

Breaking Rules with Huey Lewis

Interview by Laura Fissinger, Creem, March 1984

RIGHT BELOW "decadent millionaire" and "world savior" on the list of popular life ambitions is "normal guy making good as big-deal rock star." CREEM has ...

Huey Lewis: The Boy Next Door Becomes a Rock & Roll Star

Report and Interview by Michael Goldberg, Rolling Stone, 15 March 1984

His new LP, Sports, spawns two hits ...

Huey Lewis and All The News That Fits

Interview by J. Kordosh, Creem, December 1984

GOSH, HOW we love Huey Lewis. Not only here in my sensationally average town of Garden City, Michigan, but all over these United States. This ...

Various Artists: We Are The World (Columbia)

Review by Mark Rowland, Musician, June 1985

Industry of Mercy: Bruce & Tina lead a parade of mobilized mega-stars. ...

USA For Africa: We Are The World (Columbia)

Review by J. Kordosh, Creem, August 1985


Huey Lewis: It's Hip To Be Nice

Interview by Ben Fong-Torres, San Francisco Chronicle, 1 February 1987

BOB BROWN was a young, successful stock trader from New York who got transferred to San Francisco, settled in peaceful Mill Valley, happened onto a ...

see also Clover


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