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December 30, 2019 Question: One of my favourite songs of yours is Trouble in Paradise, especially the version you sang in San Francisco in 1986.
Is that a place in California and what is the song about?
Welcome to the Question of the Week page where Huey will select and answer one fan question per week to answer here on the site.
Huey loves you all and wishes he could be everywhere at once but alas, he simply cannot.
Were you a Giants fan back then as well?
Who were your idols…Gaylord Perry?
Bret Ellsworth — Saratoga Springs, UT Answer: Yes, Juan Marichal, Stu Miller.
I also saw Koufax and Drysdale for the Dodgers, and Lew Burdette and Warren Spahn for the Braves … lots of great pitchers.
December 16, 2019 Question: I often hear your music playing as background music in retail stores and restaurants….
December 9, 2019 Question: Huey, my name is Ronaldo and I live here in Rio de Janeiro-Brazil.
Thanks for the attention.
Ronaldo Vieira Answer: Love hearing from Rio!
As I remember, we made it all up … just a set, with a fake door, and a fake street.
December 2, 2019 Question: I have to imagine that after the success of Sports, the Fore Tour must have been a blast.
Could you share a favorite memory or two from that tour?
Fore was my first HLN concert and has always been my favorite album!
Derek — Virginia Answer: So many great memories around the casino host rivage beau />And working with the great Tower of Power horn section.
It was our first truly world wide tour.
Thanks for the great music!
DW- Waukesha, Wisconsin Answer: No coincidence.
Everyone was influenced by Jimi Hendrix.
The guitar riff at the end of the solo is a conscious quote … a tip of the hat.
Grace from Plainland, QLD, Australia Answer: It was written about a classmate of mine.
He wandered out onto the highway inexplicably one day and got hit by a car.
It was always a fun one to do … a perfect summer song.
I was one of those kids that would geek out on liner notes.
Bill — Livermore, CA Answer: We made it up.
In those days, the technology began to be important.
So important that the producer would list the gear on the album credits.
This was our little inside joke.
Susan Morrow-Johnson, Houston, TX Answer: Not really, silver fox casino amp lounge sacramento ca they are of similar structure … beat, and chords, but then so are a lot of other songs as well.
October 21, 2019 Question: What are your top five favorite golf courses?
Marcie Collins Answer: St.
Andrews Old Course, Pebble Beach, Pine Valley, Carnoustie, Newport Country Club October 14, 2019 Question: I saw you a few years ago in Charleston, WV.
Brought back so many great memories from my teenage years.
I was wondering if there was a song that you turned down that turned out to be a big hit for someone else.
Or a hit you wish you had recorded.
Craig Nobles — Salt Rock,WV Answer: Not really.
October 7, 2019 Question: Where did you meet Mutt Lange?
Did you have a good bus trips wisconsin about recording his song?
Remo Smith Answer: I first met Mutt when he produced our first Clover record for Phonogram in 1977.
We remain great friends.
September 30, 2019 Question: I find your friendship with Ray Benson interesting.
I am a BIG Asleep at the Wheel fan.
I am also a Huey Lewis and the News fan and have loved what you have done with Ray.
Would you like to share more about your relationship?
I have seen Asleep at the Wheel live and have been blown away.
I look forward to seeing you live sometime.
My old band Clover used to open for AATW in Berkeley, and they used to open for us in Marin.
Asleep at the Wheel are the best Western swing band in the country.
Your first album cover bore a resemblance to their first album cover, and over several albums mi hotel christmas casino found room for a novelty or two on them like instrumentals.
Similarly to you guys, you find room for awesome acapella tracks.
Otherwise, who were the biggest artists back in the day that you wanted to mimic or follow?
Chad — Molalla, OR Answer: Not all that much.
I remember them, of course, but I was much more taken with the bluesy style of the early Rolling Stones.
Was there an inside joke behind that?
Are you named in the song and if so, what is the back story on it?
I love Steve Goodman.
September 2, 2019 Question: Who would you say was your biggest musical inspiration and at what age did you think seriously about pursuing music as your path?
I thought seriously about pursuing music as a career after my year off in Europe in 1969 August 19, 2019 Question: I am interested in your love of baseball.
I understand that you were a pitcher for your team.
Were you a San Francisco Giants fan growing up?
Bret, Saratoga Springs Utah Answer: Absolutely.
Huge Giants fan, and still am.
Was it a Tower Of Power idea?
How did the people reacted to this song?
It shows that you and the boys have great skills.
I think it should be played in the Jam scene as a classic nowadays.
July 29, 2019 Question: How young were you when you first thought of being a musician?
Also, did your parents get to see you perform?
Diane Fogarty — Schererville, IN Answer: I was probably 11, and yes, both my parents were able to see us perform many times.
July 22, 2019 Question: Have you ever thought about releasing the archives on nugs.
They are great and many bands have gone that route.
I think people would love to be able to have access to complete shows from throughout your career!
Chris Burke Answer: No, and I have no idea what you are talking about.
But, I will check it out.
We will have new stuff out this year … certainly digitally, and a hard package at some point in the not too distant future … really!
Thank you and please tell Bill Gibson I love his playing.
Tim Winters — Clarksville, TN Answer: Just unfolded that way.
The whole thing was lyric driven so Chris and I just bent the music to suit the lyric.
Marcie Collins Answer: Not specifically.
Theatre is really inspiring.
July 1, 2019 Question: It looks like the bottom of your mic stand is a steering wheel.
If so, what is the story behind it?
Chris Hawkins — Akron, Ohio Answer: It IS a steering wheel.
The crew figured it out for me.
I think they just soldered a titanium steering wheel to the mike stand.
Usually the base is very heavy, but this is light.
June 24, 2019 Question: Did you stow away on a plane to Europe?
If so, what it adventurous or life changing?
Roxxi Answer: Not exactly, but sort of.
In other words, what was the impetus for this song?
Answer: Yes, the song was written for and about kids struggling with life issues.
It was inspired by letters I received from different fans talking about how our music was important to them.
Chandler Weeks Answer: That tune was inspired by a kid I went to junior high school with.
June 3, 2019 Question: I would like to ask Huey what was the wildest or craziest movie role sent to him?
Lance Lumley Answer: Too many, and too wild to mention.
Remember, I come from San Francisco and have had all kinds of crazy independent roles offered to me.
May 27, 2019 Question: I seem to recall reading about a solo album you were working on back in the nineties…I think a few songs written during that time eventually ended up with other artists.
Am I imagining this or was there at some point a Huey Lewis solo album in the works?
Brian Courrejou Answer: Yes.
May 20, 2019 Question: Can you recall a concert in maybe 1984 or so in the Columbus, GA or Phenix City, AL area where you opened for.
I looked at lists of your concerts for the years 1982-1985 as well as those for.
I clearly remember the concert, so am I crazy or what?
Does anybody else remember this?
Mark Answer: Mark, your memory is clearly way better than mine.
Was it re-recorded for Plan B and if so, why?
Jen Bosley — Philadelphia PA Answer: We liked the song a lot, and felt that nobody really heard it on Time Flies, and it belonged stylistically on Plan B.
Also, I think we played it a little better after having been playing it on the road.
May 6, 2019 Question: I recently picked up a copy silver fox casino amp lounge sacramento ca Collected on cd and have been listening to it constantly!
I love signing karaoke and have sang most of your available song in the last few weeks.
And if you would, list what other keys you are playing on other songs.
Robert Zelmore, Renfrew, PA Answer: Bad is Bad is in A, and I play a D harmonica, and HRR is in C, and I play an F harmonica.
Ervin Answer: Surprisingly, quite a bit.
Before I joined Clover in 1971 or 1972, I lived with a friend in Mill Valley, and we played Hank Sr.
I still love the immediacy of those recordings.
Would you ever consider adding that to your concert play list or including it on an album?
April 8, 2019 Question: Huey saw you in Oshkosh on the 12th of July for the 5th time and it just keeps better and better.
I read an article by Jimmy Kimmel that he went trout fishing with you and he said it one of the best times.
My question is where do you trout fish and is that what you do to relax?
Hi Huey, I was having trouble getting my 9 month old daughter to sleep.
I could tell she was listening.
She slowly put her head down and went to sleep.
I just wanted to say a sincere thank you for sharing your unique gift.
March 18, 2019 Question: Does the band still get together and golf?
I remember reading an article that you guys would try and play whenever you could in between concerts.
Michael Bonacci — Newtown, CT Answer: Yes.
Not quite as much as we used to, but three of us Bill, John Pierce and Istill enjoy getting out there.
If so, any idea what became of it?
Pat Answer: Good question.
I have no idea.
March 4, 2019 Question: Hey Huey!
My question is, do you find a lot of influence in the Beach Boys?
The debut album has a reference to the surfer girl album cover and your harmonies sound very similar and I love it.
Do you admire Brian Wilson?
We love the Beach Boys, and greatly admire Brian Wilson … he wrote beautifully about his high school experiences, while in high school!
He is one of the greats, I believe, right up there in importance with Chuck Berry, Hendrix, Sly Stone, Bob Dylan.
What initiated your collaboration with him?
They are an American treasure.
February 11, 2019 Question: During open a casino in canada down time at home do you ever get the itch to go in town to the local bars or clubs and see local bands play or are you still too recognizable and get too much attention when you go out?
see more — Clearwater, FL Answer: We used to do that quite often, and still do occasionally.
February 3, 2019 Question: I read that you learned to fly fish from your dad.
Growing up in a tiny little town on the Arkansas River in the beautiful Colorado mountains, I did as well; learning the virtue of patience with a couple feet of fishing line attached to the end of a willow stick.
Now that I have graduated into a real rod at 46I am wanting to take my dad to one of the beautiful rivers in Montana for a memorable fishing adventure.
Where would you recommend we go?
Also, have you ever fished the Arkansas in Colorado?
The caddis hatch is so fun!
Conditions matter, of course.
I recommend contacting any fly shop and inquire.
Hire a guide at least for your first trip to learn the ropes.
January 28, 2019 Question: I have seen you guys several times in concert.
Is there any song you believe should have been a single for radio but the record company released other tunes instead?
Brent Scott Answer: Not really.
January mt pleasant casino, 2019 Question: Is anything true about your family ancestors and the invention of the shopping cart?
I guess I heard Casey Kasem told some story on that on his show while playing your hit as an extra some ten years ago.
January 14, 2019 Question: I went back to watching old videos and was wondering if you all miss the MTV video days?
Did you enjoy it?
Always felt like in the same way that a good book is always better than the movie, a good song is always better than the video.
I hope I can get better, and then would love to work with Paul again.
December 31, 2018 Question: I just read that you scored a perfect 800 on your math SAT and that you were in an Engineering program at Cornell for a couple of years.
How did your parents feel about your decision to change direction and follow casino espanol contact number different path?
Hindsight proves that you were brilliant in your choice, but at the time it could have been scary for them.
Tracy Answer: They were both very supportive.
Both my parents were bohemian influenced and eager to support whatever I did.
December 24, 2018 Question: I attended Marin Catholic High School from 1970 to 1974, and the band Clover used to play at our dances.
They played at my Junior Prom which was held at the Mill Valley Rec Center I grew up in Mill Valley.
I simply adore you.
I used to love watching music videos as a teenager and I wondered which was your favourite and least favourite videos to make?
Dawn — Ontario, Canada Answer: Thanks.
I think my favorite video was probably PERFECT WORLD, because it was one location, fairly easy to shoot, and was a creative idea.
The least favorite was probably DOIN IT ALL FOR MY BABY because of all the make up and the three days it took to shoot everything.
I like his show a lot.
It must have been made around 1983-1984 because the songs were only from Picture This, and Sports.
Any chance you know the title?
They must owe me some royalties!
November 12, 2018 Question: I was finally able to make it up to Montana recently from Texas with my family and was able to do some fly fishing in some truly amazing waters Soda Butte and Madison.
Todd Bransky Answer: Thankfully, only that once.
It turned out to be the wrong thing to do anyway.
October 29, 2018 Question: With all the rhythm and soul that Huey and the News generates, I am curious at the why I never see you guys on the blues circuit?
And if you do partake here and there, come to South Florida…… would love to get down to some blues with The News!
What is it about the song that prompted you and the News to cover it early on?
October 15, 2018 Question: Have you and the band ever thought of recording country cross-over stuff like Steven Tyler, Bret Michaels and Cyndi Lauper, just to name a few?
Janis Rudolph — New Milford, NJ Answer: Sort of.
John Pierce is both Felix and Oscar!
October 1, 2018 Question: Hey Huey, huge fan of you and all your music.
My question is how often do you dig up an obscure song just for the fun of it?
William Howell Answer: Yes.
September 24, 2018 Question: I am a big Bill Gibson fan.
I think he is highly underrated.
John — Toronto, Canada Answer: Because they were idiots.
Bill is a wonderful drummer.
It would be awesome to see a blu-ray of it.
September 10, 2018 Question: I was wondering if you have a preference between your two cover albums Four Chords or Soulsville.
It sounds so tight.
September 3, 2018 Question: Do you remember where you were the very first time you heard https://cetsolarstore.com/casino/casino-training-school-gauteng-south-africa.html of your songs on the radio?
And, which song was it?
Amy Dumond — Sacramento, CA Answer: Yes.
We gathered at my house in Larkspur and at about 3:00 PM heard it on the radio … it was surreal, because it seemed to be played and sung by someone else … but, it sounded great on the radio and I felt it was going to be a hit.
Definitely one of my favorite songs!
Did you change this line depending on where you were performing or did you just make up different lyrics to have fun with it?
I am sure that you have been approached, or am I wrong?
Thank you for your music and congrats on such a great career!
Sharon Vandenberg Answer: We are selective about that, to be sure, but we have allowed our music to be exploited commercially when it makes sense artistically.
August 13, 2018 Question: Hi Huey, my name is Connor Fricke.
I even saw you play at the Del Mar Fair in July 2014.
I love pretty much all the songs you guys did.
My question is: What was your favorite album as a kid?
Derek Fricke Answer: Great Question.
Did the band ever consider recording it for an album?
July 23, 2018 Question: Who is your most favorite act to ever tour with?
Terry Welch Answer: Hard to say, but we love the Doobie Brothers because they took us on our first big tour, and they remain friends today.
Sara Stroup Answer: My favorite song is always juego de casino tragamonedas gratis zeus newest one.
I loved the Ryder Cup exhibition we all did with Niall, Bill, and Paul, but I must admit it was very nerve racking with all those people watching!
July 9, 2018 Question: I love every album equally but lately Small World has spent a lot of time in my CD player.
The whole album has a great argyll casino about it as though it were club casino del valle to work on.
What is your favorite track from that album?
June 25, 2018 Question: Was it a strain and hard work to come up with such catchy words and music or does it just flow out of you and the band?
I always find point of view to be the key.
Songs need to be about something and exhibit personality for my taste.
June 18, 2018 Question: I was wondering if you have any plans for another Broadway show?
Thanks for all the years of enjoyment.
I took up the drums caso casino white house costa rica school because of Mr.
Gibson and harmonica because of you!
If so, how did you get the gig?
Stephen Hendrick Answer: Yes.
My band, Clover, opened up for Lizzy on the Johnny the Fox tour, and Phillip and I became friends.
He asked me to sit in every night.
May 28, 2018 Question: I am a huge fan of yours and dig all your stuff.
My question is have you ever done anything with Delbert McClinton?
Your music seems similar and you both picked the right dinero jugar gratis en ganar casino y to master.
William Howell Answer: Know and love Delbert.
May 21, 2018 Question: Do you remember where you were the very first time you heard one of your songs on the radio?
And, which song was it?
Amy Dumond — Sacramento, CA Answer: Yes.
We were all gathered at my house in Larkspur Canyon.
We were told that KFRC had added our record and would play it between 2:00 and 6:00 PM.
They played it about 3:15 as I recall, and it was surreal.
And, this is a record that we had produced ourselves, worked on and listened to hundreds of times … weird.
I recall entering the park and being wrist-banded and informed that we were selected to attend, click at this page free, a super secret concert by an unnamed band if we dared, at like, 7PM that very night.
We dared and quite here were absolutely blown away by you guys, in a good way.
I remember being told not to cuss or throw things at you as was the custom of the day because you dudes were maybe going to use some footage for a MTV video.
Is my foggy memory accurate?
Logan Sanders — Greenville, SC Answer: No.
I got the idea of a yellow Porsche from Paul Newman in Harper.
As you know, the music industry nowadays is suuuuper tough to get silver fox casino amp lounge sacramento ca />What kept you motivated to stay with your dream of being a performer when you were younger even if a part of you kind of felt like nothing might ever happen?
Did anyone inspire you??
Is it true that all the girls were Playboy models and did Tracy Ullman make a cameo?
The video is fuzzy.
April 16, 2018 Question: Do you every entertain the troops?
My sons and I are fans, and my oldest son and myself are both stationed in the Middle East and would love to see you here.
All three of us are big fans.
Neff — Bagram, Afghanistan Answer: Have done on many occasions, here in the States, but never overseas.
April 9, 2017 Question: I recently moved to the Austin TX area and ran into a guy that says he used to play with you and the News.
His name is Bill Carmona.
Do you remember him?
Cyndi — Longmeadow MA Answer: Nope.
I had no idea you played with them.
What was Phil Lynott like to work with and how did a guy from San Francisco find himself playing with a band from Ireland?
Mike — North Richland Hills, TX Answer: Phil was the best rock performer I ever saw.
I learned so much from him.
Also, he was a wonderfully generous person, and a good friend.
He should be in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.
March 26, 2018 Question: What was the single click to see more surreal experience of your stage performing life?
By the time we reached the dressing room, the tornado had demolished something like 20 cars, and created havoc everywhere.
March 19, 2018 Question: I just wanted to thank you for introducing me to the music of Paul Thorn.
I make sure I see both you and Paul at least once a year.
When I first met my wife, I found out that she also was a Huey Lewis fan.
I took them to see you at the San Diego County Fair last summer.
Will you ever record with Paul?
Dave — Grand Terrace, CA Answer: I love Paul Thorn.
And, I love his band as well.
Thanks for the reminder.
As I am a lifelong fan of you and really like Nick´s songs, I wondered if there are any other recordings you did with him.
How did that collaboration come about?
I believe we auctioned off the red suit for charity some time ago.
February 19, 2018 Question: Thank you thank you thank you so much for coming back to Japan!
We just cannot wait to see you next time.
My question is…I wonder if you tell us your best favorite food or place in Tokyo!
Tokyo has more Michelin star restaurants than any other city in the world!
Suffice it to say we love the food in Tokyo.
February 12, 2018 Question: I love kick ass horn music like the News and Chicago plays.
Do you know of any?
Answer: Greg Adams from Tower of Power has a band called East Bay Soul that our baritone player, Johnnie Bamont plays in, and they are terrific.
Anyways I wanted to ask in your opinion what is the most memorable album you worked source and why?
January 15, 2018 Question: Are there any songs you regret including on one of your LPs?
January 8, 2018 Question: What is your opinion of TV talent shows like The Voice or American Idol?
Do you like it?
Or is it ridiculous?
Andy Answer: Good question.
There are certainly some very talented singers and people out there, but so much of popular music is in the writing, and I suppose that becomes obvious eventually.
Is there any truth to that?
John Howard — Idaho Falls, ID Answer: True … Garth can drive a little bit.
December 25, 2017 Question: Who is the most favorite person or persons that you have performed with and why?
Rosanna Balison Answer: Stevie Wonder sat in with him at a private party for Charles Schwabbecause he is so supremely talented and important.
December 18, 2017 Question: As a long time fan I would love to get official live recordings from the Fore and Small World tours.
Would you be interested in offering those as downloads — like some of your fellow artists have started to do?
That leads to my question.
On those nights when the band is in the pocket does everyone sense the vibe?
Does it make the night go faster or do you savor it?
Kevin Inglin, Ringoes, NJ Answer: Good question.
Yes, on a good night everyone senses that, and for me, I think I savor it a little more.
December 4, 2017 Question: Have you ever hit a hole in one?
Bonnie Stryzak, Clearwater, FL Answer: Once, at the Legacy Golf Course in Las Vegas.
Your favorites such us Johnnie Taylor, Ottis Redding, etc… also sing Gospel music.
Are you also a fan of Gospel music?
Aaron Armendariz Answer: I am.
Have always loved Gospel music, and yes, many of my favorite singers started out singing the gospel.
November 20, 2017 Question: First saw you when you were in Clover and playing harmonica with Thin Lizzy at the Hammersmith Odeon.
How did that harmonica contribution that ended up on Live and Dangerous come about?
Raymond Hill Answer: Phillip Lynott asked me to jam on that tune for that whole tour Live and Dangerousand we recorded it at Hammersmith.
November 13, 2017 Question: One artist dead or alive that you would want to work with on a song or album who would it be and why?
Brian Pirtle — Atlantic Beach, FL Answer: Ray Charles because he was always my favorite singer.
Sal Montalbano, Kansas City Answer: We rewrote it, and have rerecorded it for our new album released in spring of 2018?
October 23, 2017 Question: As a big Phil Lynott and Thin Lizzy fan, Phil made his last recordings with you.
They are all out there on the internet.
Why have they never been properly released?
They are great songs.
Who holds the rights?
I met Phil many times, he was a great guy to talk to.
Have been to 12 or 13 of your shows around the Midwest over the years.
I finally heard it live at the Hammond, Indiana show earlier this year.
Mike Miazga Answer: No plans for a live recording as yet, but you never know.
October 9, 2017 Question: Hi Huey.
Derek Fricke Answer: Actually, I enjoyed it.
The idea was for me to be almost unrecognizable, and uncredited as a kind of inside joke.
October 2, 2017 Question: My family recently were lucky enough to see you in concert in Sun Valley, Idaho.
When did you start playing the harmonica?
I was extremely impressed with your talent.
Jennifer, Tiburon, CA Answer: Thanks.
I started playing harmonica in high school.
September 25, 201 Question: On the Showtime special for the Sports tour, you are shown warming up backstage.
What was the song?
September 18, 2017 Question: When will you do a remix of Huey Lewis And The News 1979 — Exodisco?
I need to boogie!
September 11, 2018 Question: Will you ever do another concert with Tower of Power?
Brandon Kirkley Answer: Well, there is no one way.
Michele McCabe Answer: I certainly do.
Research shows that kids who are involved with the arts learn faster, grow smarter, and are more mature … the arts truly make the world a better place!
August 21, 2017 Question: You performed with Tower of Power and I believe the horn section did some HLN gigs.
TOP has got to be the tightest group still out there.
Can you comment on your experience with TOP?
Jeff Horowitz — Spartanburg, SC Answer: We love and admire those guys so much … Happy to claim them all as good friends.
August 14, 2017 Question: Can you talk about how you came to play with Thin Lizzy?
What was your relationship with Phil Lynott like?
Chris Answer: I loved Phil Lynott, and learned so much from him.
We met when Clover opened for Thin Lizzy and hit it off immediately.
I still think of him often.
August 7, 2017 Question: Hi Huey, I am a fan of your Music since about 30 years and I still remember the two Concerts I attended in Zurich, Switzerland with Tower Of Power!
My question is following: which cities did you visit in Morocco on your trip there?
Florian Buehrer Answer: Casa Blanca, Marrakech, Agadir, Tangier and Fez July 24, 2017 Question: I was very sad last year when Prince died.
Music certainly lost a distinct voice.
My question is: Did you ever meet Prince?
Huey Lewis and the News and Prince are my two favorite acts of all time.
Martin Willer Answer: Yes.
A couple of times … we presented him with one of his American Music Awards.
July 17, 2017 Question: On the Hard at Play album cover… what are you sitting on?
July 10, 2017 Question: When you are touring, what part of the country do you love the best for food?
Hayden DiPietro — Tracys Landing, MD Answer: Probably the South, especially New Orleans.
And who most influenced you as a singer and writer?
Corinne Scott Answer: I grew up with the Choctaw casino rip off members in Marin County.
My dad was a jazz musician and when I saw my link band in third grade or so, I knew it was what I wanted to do.
I was influenced by many, including Ray Charles, Johnnie Taylor, Little Walter, Sonny Boy Williamson, and many other rhythm and blues singers.
June 26, 2017 Question: Was there a performer or person that you always wanted to meet and due to your success you were able to meet them.
If so, what was the experience like when you finally did get to meet them?
You guys are my dream to meet!
Maybe someday… Janis Rudolph, New Milford, NJ Answer: Ray Charles.
June 19, 2017 Question: What song or songs do you feel should have been hits that for whatever reason never were?
June 12, 2017 Question: You have written a lot of songs in your career, which one is your favorite?
June 5, 2017 Question: In my mind, you have hopefully interacted with Michael J.
I have always wondered if he is as pleasant as he comes off in his films?
Ryan Shearer Answer: He is even more pleasant in person.
Truly a wonderful guy.
May 29, 2017 Question: Huge fan of yours from Denmark.
Saw you on Waldbuhne, Berlin first time in 1986.
Later on in the beginning 90s i saw an interview with you on a Danish channel.
My question is, do you still experience these phases and how often do they happen?
Jens Laursen — Denmark Answer: Yes, every night … sometimes more than others, depending on sound and bio-rhythms!
Almost as if the song begins to play and sing itself.
Was that just a fluke?
May 15, 2015 Question: Just watched your show at Rock the Park in London, ON.
You and the guys were totally awesome!
It struck me during the set that some of your back catalog is actually pretty challenging to sing along to.
Are there songs that you find more challenging than others and do you adjust your set accordingly, depending on not revel casino reopening shall much you want to push your voice?
May 7, 2017 Question: I was wondering why you and your band have yet to be nominated into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame… I know they have PLC guidelines, but just wondering what your spin is on it.
Maybe you could write them and ask?
What is a typical method or series of events in the development of a song?
Do you record a lot of demos?
How critical are you in the early stages of writing a song?
I always wondered who it was.
You or someone in your band?
Looks like an old Greek amphitheater location.
Mark Kresnak Answer: It was filmed at the open air theatre on Mount Tamalpais in Marin County.
Was there pressure from the Canadian record executives or radio stations?
April 3, 2017 Question: You have been famous for so long can you actually still remember what it was like to walk down a street, go to a store or restaurant and not be recognized?
Do you ever miss the anonymity?
We also visited him once back in the late eighties at his place near San Francisco.
In my memory, I remember him saying something about maybe playing a part in how you got your name.
Am I imagining this or is this correct?
Jeremy Barcus Answer: It is correct.
I was wondering what your favorite sports teams are.
March 6, 2017 Question: Love the energy that you and the band continue to bring to the stage.
Amy — Sacramento, CA Answer: Vanity.
February 27, 2017 Question: Enjoyed a show recently in AC and have been to a number of concerts since the 80s.
February 13, 2017 Question: How do you and the band keep entertained aka keep from killing each other on the tour bus?
Is it easier now with all the communication technology than it was 30 years ago?
January 30, 2017 Question: What was the most unusual concert situation that the band has been in, especially since you https://cetsolarstore.com/casino/scarborough-casino-genting.html hit it big?
Keith Caulfield — Houston, Texas Answer: Hard to top 120,000 people in Germany at the Nuremberg Ring.
January 23, 2017 Question: It was rumoured in the mid 90s that you had worked on a solo album possibly titled Back in Blue.
Alex Temesvari Answer: Long story, but, It was ill fated from the start due to the logistics of living in Montana and recording in LA.
January 16, 2017 Question: I read somewhere that you are a pretty good auto mechanic ~ true?
Also, have you ever played in Vermont?
January 9, 2017 Question: What do you feel like is your BIGGEST musical accomplishment in your career?
Kristy, Silver fox casino amp lounge sacramento ca, NC Answer: Getting Stan Getz to play on the Small World record.
December 26, go here Question: Have you ever thought of getting involved in politics?
I think you would be great!
Make America Hip Again!
George Buchanan, Waterloo,IL Answer: Sometimes I think I could do a better job, but I suppose we all do … trouble is, most of us are right.
December 19, 2016 Question: Were any of the band members influenced by any British groups, particularly in their early years?
December 12, 2016 Question: Hello and thank you for many, many years of wonderful music.
I was a friend understand como ganar en casinos sorry Spencer Tandy and Peter Leib and have fond memories of those dances.
Have over 10,000 songs in my collection.
Did you write it?
Where does that rank as one of your favorites?
Jeff Holocher — Denver Answer: Love that.
November 28, 2016 Question: Have you ever considered releasing a box set?
Being able to have access to hard-to-find material, demos, unreleased songs, videos would be absolutely great.
The SPORTS 30th anniversary is great but it leaves the fans I will speak for others!
Thanks for ALL the great music!
November 21, 2016 Question: How do you come up with your song list?
Steve from snowy PA Answer: We vary it from night to night, week to week, and year to year.
November 14, 2016 Question: I hear you are a fisherman.
It was very cool.
November 7, 2016 Question: Hi Huey, Australian fan of 23 years here.
What caused the split?
Alex Answer: We simply got a better offer from Warners.
October 24, 2016 Question: Have you ever thought about playing the summer stage at the rock mecca of the Jersey Shore, The Stone Pony?
Because lets face it, your songs howling through the summer air by the boardwalk is exactly how it was meant to be heard.
Chris McKinley — Neptune, N.
Answer: We played the Stone Pony at least once, and maybe twice in the early days.
October 10, 2016 Question: I am a long-time fan and have seen you in concert multiple times — every chance I get.
As a resident and huge lover of the Bay Area, I would love to see the lyrics to this adaptation again.
Kaci Lopez, Dublin, CA Answer: I doubt that version is anywhere … It was before the internet!
I remember it well however.
Some of those tracks would benefit from modern production values and perhaps the addition of your horn section.
John has rerecorded a full album of Clover stuff although mostly stuff from before Sean and I joinedand is preparing to mix it and release it this year I believe.
Adam Duchesne Answer: Apparently, it was a story not told really well.
The idea was meant to be ironic.
A friend or a relative maybe?
Somehow that song always spoke to me.
Martin Willer Answer: Not really.
It was an amalgam of a lot of characters around in those days.
September 12, 2016 Question: I was wondering if you guys would ever consider doing an all A Capella concert tour?
Lori Hext — Rhinelander, WI Answer: What would we do with the road crew?
Has Marc Russo ever played with you guys since that time?
Bryan T — Wallington, NJ Answer: Yes.
He plays with the Doobie Brothers, and they are friends of ours.
When we work together he sits in.
August 29, 2016 Question: This is a two-part question.
So my question is, will you ever release a remastered version?
When I visit music stores, I always see Fore and Sports, but I would truly love to see Small World sat on the shelf next to them.
And did you like it being a sports fan?
I attended an Ipswich match with Mutt Lange in 1976 … It was very cool.
Have you released it?
If not, then why not?
Maybe we should… July 11, 2016 Question: Will Chris Hayes ever return to the band and touring?
I noticed on his bio it stated that he sometimes fills in for Steph.
If that happens, do you typically announce that on your website?
Chris Hayes update, please!!
We still write together, and have a couple things in the works.
June 13, 2016 Question: What was the name of the song Bob Dylan gave you to record, and you chose not to?
Bob Mohr — Chicago, IL Answer: Very well.
He was an incredible performer, writer, singer, and person … taught me a lot.
I knew him quite well, played on two of his solo albums, and was in the fallout new vegas lucky casino mod of producing three tracks for him when he passed away.
He was one of the best performers I ever saw.
May 30, 2016 Question: I think that way back in the olden days when I was a sprout in Walnut Creek I saw a poster for Huey Lewis and the Gnus.
Is there any truth to that recollection, or was it just the result of my excessive pot smoking back then?
Dave Eiffert Answer: Both.
I vaguely remember that too.
May 16, 2015 Question: Although you are still turning out some great music and I remain a huge fan — you had such a run at top 10 hits and then, as with some other bands — kind of fade away from the hit chart.
Mike — Nova Scotia Answer: Good question.
BUT, we have several yes, several new songs in production, and I think they are really good!
May 8, 2016 Question: I was in the Navy in September 1984, stationed aboard the USS Saratoga.
Due to an injury I was medevaced to the Naval Hospital on the base at Naples Italy.
During my recovery, I stopped in at the base club and there was someone singing Heart of Rock and Roll and a number of your other tunes.
I was thinking, these guys a really good!
Dennis Disney Answer: Nope.
Too bad, cause it would be a great story!
May 2, 2016 Question: My name is Noel Bailey.
Your concert was the first major concert of my life.
I was born in 1980 and remember seeing you in Michigan in an outside venue.
I remember sitting in the grass watching you and the News.
Asleep At The Wheel opened for you.
Any idea what year it was?
I just caught your concert last night at Downstream Casino and loved every minute of it.
Your harp playing was great and the News is tighter than ever!!!
Your band is one of the reasons I wanted to play music in my life… Your guitar players are some of the best!!!
My big question is I am thinking about getting into fly fishing any tips you can give me?
Also what is your favorite way to cook trout.
Noel Bailey Answer: Thanks, for your kind words.
Do we need an EP?
Twelve is awful tough.
What I think you do is you record a song and you film yourself doing it and put it on YouTube.
April 11, 2016 Question: Hi Huey, Paypal casino usa am a new Stevie Ray Vaughan fan and read that he opened for you guys on the Sports tour.
How did that come about?
Matt Wittman Answer: I loved his first record and directed my agent to see if he wanted to open for us … we probably did 30 — 40 dates together … still one of our favorite tours.
April 4, 2016 Question: Hello from Alaska.
I have found that living here has been a bit of a challenge with the dryness in the air and my juegos casino ruleta descargar de gratis de is often affected by it.
Do you find it difficult to adjust to the different humidity levels when on tour?
If so, what do you use to help your chords from having a melt-down?
Traci Odom — Anchorage, AK Answer: Lack of humidity is definitely tough on the voice … I take steam baths in a steam room rather regularly … 20 minutes in a steam room, and a couple hours of voice rest quietcan do wonders.
March 28, 2015 Question: Hello, one of my favorite albums from any band or artist is Small World.
I was listening to it the other day and wondered if you had any memories that stand out from recording it.
Matt Wittman Answer: I have great memories of that album, but one of my favorites was watching Stan Getz play his solo a couple times in the studio.
It was a master class in musicianship.
I think it would be cool to learn how to play the song.
Chris Cardinal Answer: OK.
February 29, 2016 Question: I read somewhere that you said when you play the harmonica the sound has to do with your respiratory sounds and that no one sounds the same.
Did I get that right?
Can you explain that?
February 22, 2016 Question: I started listening to HLN after watching the Back to the Future Trilogy.
Fox how its done?
Michael does pretty good for himself.
February 15, 2016 Question: Who was invited sax player on small world that was his last recording??
Or better yet, is there an album of yours that you guys see as overlooked or unappreciated?
Sean Coyle Answer: I think Plan B has some good songs that are sometimes overlooked.
January 11, 2016 Question: Alan Doyle, lead singer extraordinaire of Great Big Sea, has been on the road for 20 years.
Kathryn Merrick Answer: Sort of.
January 4, 2016 Question: Have you ever played with country artists?
Are you a fan of Willie Nelson, Merle Haggard, Loretta Lynn?
Seems like your playing and soulfulness is much like Haggards.
Joe Glim Answer: Fine.
December 14, 2016 Question: I have a question about your scene from Back to the Future.
Jacksonville—see ya Dec 8th December 7, 2015 Question: Hello!
Whatever you did, it was awesome and one of my top five sought after guitar sounds.
Jess Answer: Well, we did lots of things … yes, most of the guitars are strats, but we used Les Pauls also, and a variety of amps … usually old Fender tube amps, but not always, depending on what we were going for.
By any chance, have you ever covered that song?
Did Sesame Street ever contact you for permission to parody the song?
November 16, 2015 Question: I have always been a huge fan.
I remember watching you guys on MTV.
The other day, I was watching Back to the Future with my children and pointed you out to them.
After we pulled up some videos of you online, I got to wondering……What was your favorite video to make?
David — Steamboat Springs, CO Answer: Hard to say … the early ones were fun, but we had so much to do with limited budget that we had to work to exhaustion … some of the later ones were a little more relaxed … Perfect World was fun.
November 9, 2015 Question: Do you regret not graduating from Cornell University?
October 26, 2015 Question: You being an avid golfer we were wondering what course you played in Saskatoon and what did you shoot?
October 19, 2015 Question: I am so thrilled that you guys are back!
My Question is if there was another Back To The Future Movie would you guys do a song for that movie or do an appearance in the movie?
Theresa Poling Answer: Let me see … yes.
Truthfully, it would depend on the quality of the see more, production, director etc.
Alex Rosenheim Answer: My first choice was the Beatles, but that was already taken.
September 28, 2015 Question: Was grandpa Munster Al Lewis really your Dad?
Rob McNulty Answer: Nope.
September 21, 2015 Question: I was thrilled to travel to New York City to see you portray Billy Flynn in the musical Chicago.
I clung to your every word wondering how you remembered all those lines!
Can you describe the experience and can we expect to see you star on Broadway again in the future?
September 7, 2015 Question: There was a back up singer in your group in the 1980s- Mike Navarini, how long did he sing in your band?
Regina Vernon Answer: Nope.
August 31, 2015 Question: Was there a lead guitarist in your band named Garry Boyer?
Xavier Canchola Answer: Nope.
Walking on a Thin Line was written by Andre Pessis and Kevin Wells.
What kinds of racing to you prefer and have you ever raced in any venues?
Do you have any favorite racers?
August 17, 2015 Question: At what point did you know the band had truly made it?
Was it a single occurrence, or something gradual?
August 3, 2015 Question: What are your five favorite records of all time?
Those discs that you take to a desert island.
July 27, 2015 Question: Still love the band and your music after all these years!
Just wanted to ask you how did you get into fly fishing and how often do you get to go?
July 19, 2015 Question: Thank you for sharing your talent.
Fishing lets you zone out after dealing with everyone that wants a piece of you.
Bruce Lyon Answer: I have several rods … my three favorites are probably a 5 wt.
Sage, a 30 year old 6 wt.
Winston, and an 8 wt.
July 12, 2015 Question: What is a silver armadillo, and what was it doing underneath her pillow?
July 5, 2015 Question: I enjoy 50s, 60s, 70s, and 80s rock and roll.
But ever since the 80s ended, none of the newer artists appeal to me.
June 28, 2015 Question: Is Huey related to E.
Lewis the founder of Atascadero, CA and also, leader of womens suffurage movement?
Susan Highfill Answer: Nope.
June 21, 2015 Question: Do you have any plans to write an autobiography and do a book tour like really. fun casinos in california map amusing other musicians have done?
June 15, 2015 Question: One of my most treasured possessions is a cassette tape sleeve that both you and Bruce Hornsby signed for me at a show in Nottingham, UK in 1985.
As a dorky teenager at the time, I remember your patience and good grace, taking time to talk to a bunch of pushy fans.
So, almost 30 years later — let me say a big thank you!
Back then, many fans knew HLN from the movie Back to the Future.
Obviously, a few of your songs will forever be associated with that movie.
I wonder what you think about the movie now, whether you remember it with nostalgia or — something else.
Most importantly, when was the last time you or your family watched it?
June 8, 2015 Question: Was there ever a time in your music career that you were very discouraged and wanted to give up before you hit it big?
Nina Hegyi Answer: Actually, not really … I started kind of late, and was always improving still amso I simply enjoyed the journey.
The object was always to improve, not necessarily to hit it big, so I was always encouraged.
May 25, 2015 Question: I am thinking about getting into fly fishing any tips you can give me?
Also what is your favorite way to cook trout.
May 18, 2015 Question: I caught your show at Downstream at Quapaw, Oklahoma.
When I looked out my hotel window, I thought I saw you catching some rays.
May 11, 2015 Question: When you were at Cornell University, was my dog Max one of your roommates?
I was in the Army and sent to Vietnam and left my two dogs, Max and Bob with casino careers ft sill apache friend John.
John could not handle both of them and found suitable accommodations for Bob, the Rottweiler.
John told me that Max would not let you practice on the sax in this web page presence.
Max is already famous enough as he is in the September 1968 issue of Playboy Magazine.
May 4, 2015 Question: We were watching the CBS Sunday morning program and saw your piece they did with you.
We really enjoyed the shots of your ranch.
Our question is, how much time here you spend up there?
Also do you spend the winters there?
Also what part of Montana is the Bitter Root Valley in?
Tim Teller Answer: The Bitterroot Valley is in western Montana just south of Missoula.
April 27, 2015 Question: Wondering what your thoughts are on Buddy Holly ~ his music ~ and his influence on you and the News.
Paula Thomas Answer: Not all that much really, although Sammy Davis Jr.
Is there a possibility that you may still record that song or even an opportunity for you to record it with Bob?
April 13, 2015 Question: Hi, I been a fan of yours for years.
I can never get tired your music.
Its refreshing to ones soul.
When I was a teenager I had bought this book all about Huey Lewis and the News which I kept with me all the time.
My question is, I recall you had two children and I was curious are they in the music business like yourself?
Rosa Thompson Answer: Neither of my kids is in the music business, but they both have excellent musical taste, and enjoy music.
My son is a good guitar player and my daughter has a great ear, and can sing, but neither of them are pursuing it professionally.
March 30, 2015 Question: I was wondering when you were going to come mow my lawn?
You promised during your show and my husband was relieved to hear that he was going to get a break!
Great konocti vista casino menu and thank all the News for a superiffic performance as well!
Quick question: who was handling the saxophone work on that one?
March 16, 2015 Question: Hey Huey, do you still keep in touch with Chris Hayes?
I know he was a great asset to the band with his guitar playing and songwriting.
I really miss seeing him up there with you guys.
Anonymous Answer: I do, and in fact, will be hosting him at my place next week for a three day golf and songwriting session.
He lives in Oregon and is doing great.
Or even your Fore tour?
How does a young guy write such an insightful song and what was your inspiration?
February 23, 2015 Question: Saw you last year at Wabash.
Hope to catch a concert this year for the SPORTS 30th tour.
My question is what are some of your favorite things to do in-between gigs on the road besides golf?
February 16, 2015 Question: Who was the coolest celebrity you ever met?
February 9, 2015 Question: Whatever happened to the hottie who played the lust interest in the Heart and Soul video?
Boy, did I have a crush on her back in the day.
Jason Kane Answer: Her name is Signy Coleman, and she is a very successful actress … you can Google removed casino croupier trinkgeld very />February 2, https://cetsolarstore.com/casino/mgm-casino-buffet-detroit-mi.html Question: Huey, I saw the News in 1984 at the Main Train Station Waiting Room in Cologne, West Germany.
I was 2nd body deep in front of the stage no chairs.
Still ranks as my best concert!
What has been the smallest venue the News has played?
Gary Daugherty — Lafayette, IN Answer: Probably the Marble Bar in Baltimore … tiny.
January 26, 2015 Question: Who is the best golfer of the bunch?
Ann — Rancho Cucamonga Answer: I am.
January 19, 2015 Question: I see you guys every time you play at the Hampton Beach Casino Ballroom ~ but never hear you play Hip to be Square.
I hear other audience members screaming for it.
January 12, 2015 Question: My name is Connor Wilson and I am ten years old.
I have a few questions.
My brother Ryan and I have enjoyed your music traveling to our soccer games and I am attending your concert in New Jersey tomorrow.
What inspired you as a kid or what music did you listen to?
I play guitar, trumpet and saxophone.
I listen to the blues, jazz, rockabilly, motown and rock.
Connor Wilson Answer: I always loved the early blues singers … still do.
Would you ever invite her to sing with you on an upcoming album that will give you a hint at my age LOL.
And is she a naturally gifted singer as she appears to be?
You both made that song sound so easy to sing and its not!!!
Paul Yakubov — Aurora, OH Answer: Thanks.
Gwenyth is extremely talented, and sings beautifully … when you see her, please invite her to sing on our new record.
Best of luck on the upcoming tour.
Nathan Holden Answer: The truth is, Bill was sick, but we always felt like it was the machine that caused his illness.
December 22, 2014 Question: Hey, Huey.
Huge, longtime fan here.
Sports was the very first album I bought for myself — I was 12 years old and my mom let me pick out an album at K-Mart as a reward for straight As.
I went to the concert in 1984 — my first — and I was hooked.
Tiffany Hauck, Denver, CO Answer: We already did a 30th Anniversary Tour … Chris sat in with us in Oregon, and it was tremendously fun.
And, no, never thought about 30 years in the future … in fact, I never thought about 30 days in the future.
December 15, 2014 Question: I visited a long time friend yesterday from Marion, Ohio in Ft Myers.
He mentioned that you or your parents lived in Marion, Ohio on Cherry Street.
Any truth to that?
Craig Hazelett, Bradenton, FL Answer: Yes I lived in Marion, Ohio, but I think I lived on Gerard Street.
December 8, 2014 Question: Been a fan since day 1 with you guys.
December 1, 2014 Question: I just saw Ray Benson with Asleep At The Wheel and I remember you did some work with them back in 1993 on the Tribute to Bob Wills CD.
David Tod — Kent, OH Answer: I love western swing music, and I love Ray Benson and Asleep at the Wheel!
November 24, 2014 Question: I just had a question about the location of where you filmed the Heart and Soul video.
Silly question, I know, but I live in Potrero Hill and something number 1 casino in south africa consider love to find out.
November 17, 2014 Question: As a bay area kid, I always knew when the Giants or 49ers were in the playoffs, you guys would be singing the hell out of the national anthem.
It stinks now the TV networks use the anthem to promote their reality show contestants or judges.
How much fun was it to be there on the side lines at all those big games at Candlestick?
Are you going to perform an anthem at Levis Stadium?
November 10, 2014 Question: I recently had the pleasure of attending your concert at B.
Cohn Winery and was lucky enough to sit in the VIP on-stage section for my birthday.
Can you also speak some Polish?
Bender, Vancouver, Washington, USA Answer: My mother was sent jose san ca around casinos of Poland with relatives in 1939, as it was apparent the Nazis were invading …and, no, I cannot speak any Polish.
October 27, 2014 Question: I have a question about the version of Power of Love played by the Pinheads in Back to the Future.
Were the News the actual musicians and is there a full version?
Morgan Grumbach, Portland, ME Answer: Yes, sort of … they took a ruff demo of POL that we had recorded and recorded all kinds of guitar and stuff over it.
My two questions are: 1 Have you ever been in Mexico?
Can you describe what it was like to not only sing with all those talented musicians but also how it felt to be a part of such a powerful charity event?
Now you and I are both about the same age, but at every concert you seem to be able to get every woman in the house, no matter what their age, up and dancing in the aisles!!!
Back in the mid-80s you performed in Duluth, MN, and people still talk about it today!
September 22, 2014 Question: I saw Oliver Horovitz on TV who said he has been your caddy at St.
My question is does the right caddy who really knows the course and is familiar with your game make a big difference in your game.
Do you usually listen to their advice?
September 15, 2014 Question: Do you ever follow the careers of bands or artist who have been your support acts over the years and do you keep in touch with any of them?
Col Yates, England Answer: Sure.
I still talk to Bruce Hornsby occasionally, see the Neville Bros now and then.
Do you enjoy hunting and fishing?
What is your favorite outdoor activity?
Josh Harris, Selah, WA Answer: Absolutely … I had a ball with Garth, and would be happy to do something more info him … I love country music … love Merle Haggard, George Jones, and some of the newer guys like Alan Jackson, and Kenny Chesney.
August 25, 2014 Question: Hey Huey, I love your records.
My dad used to play it all here when I was a kid.
My question is: Do you like to listen to The Beach Boys?
Javier Torres Answer: Busted.
Yeah, we love the Beach Boys, and Johnny who does a lot of our vocal arranging was very influenced by them.
Have you any plans to release an all a cappella album?
This would be the cherry on top.
I have been a huge Huey fan every since, and have seen you perform 7 times.
My question to you is what is your favorite song you like to perform and why?
I do always like the new stuff, however … so, generally my favorite is the newest one I guess.
July 28, 2014 Question: I just caught your show at a corporate party.
So my question is how do you decide what great songs to include for each show?
Why is Hard at Play overlooked.
I love so many songs on that album!
Thanks for all the great music…please keep it coming!
July 14, 2014 Question: I just came back from a Sci Fi convention in Texas where I got to meet several cast members of Back to the Future Christopher Lloyd, Lea Thompson, James Tolken and Claudia Wells.
For that matter, did you form any sort of continuing relationship with the actors of Back to the Future.
A lot of the BTTF crowd got together a few years ago in New York where we all did the TODAY show and a few others… had dinner with Michael, Christopher, Mary Steenburger, Bob Zemekis, and Bob Gale.
I suspect there will be another event sometime in the future pardon the pun which will get us all together again.
July 7, 2014 Question: First saw you in 1979 in small theatre in Oakland on New Years Eve.
You opened for Pablo Cruise.
Knew then you guys were going to be huge.
Will you ever release the HBO show from the Kabuki Theatre on Dvd?
Or the show from Oakland where the S.
Would love to have those shows on DVD.
Sam Hulse Answer: Not really.
I was a black music snob when I was a kid … Ray Charles, Otis Redding, and all the blues guys like James Cotton, Little Walter, and Sonny Boy Williamson.
June 23, 2014 Question: Are you a fan of the hugely successful British pop band Take That or Robbie Williams as a solo artist?
Who are some of your favourite British pop bands from years gone by?
They still sound great.
I often see you at the Pebble Beach Pro Am.
Being from San Diego, what is you favorite course to play here?
June 8, 2014 Question: I have been a big fan of yours since I was a teenager.
I only had the pleasure to see a concert once due to a 20 year career in the Navy, mostly overseas.
My question is how much ia casino marquette yourself do you bring to your character in the show?
Great character and great chemistry with the cast.
Jeff Currently contracting in Kuwait Answer: Great question.
June 1, 2014 Question: Bad is Bad…was that written by Phil Lynott?
As I have a copy of him singing as a fast version possibly 1978 and think you may have played on it too?
Stuart from Glasgow Answer: Bad is Bad was written by yours truly … Phillip always liked the song, and I vaguely remember him singing it … would love to have a copy of your version.
Was music always the direction you planned to go in life or did you ever have the dream to pursue baseball?
And who inspired you in either or both?
Dawn Dibert, Altoona PA Answer: I dreamed of being a Big League ballplayer… and then I turned 12.
Inspired by Willie Mays and Ray Charles to name two.
Barbara Maucelli — Long Island, NY Answer: Gwenyth chose the song… May 11, 2014 Question: Hi Huey.
Have you ever considered doing an autobiography?
You have done almost everything else and a lot of artists are doing them.
I am curious to know if you and the other band members read questions and comments on your social media sites, and answer them yourselves… or do you hire a public relations person to handle that sort of thing?
Donna Ellison — Fairfield, CA Answer: Both.
April 27, 2014 Question: I wonder why a touring band like yours skips Europe over the last years.
My first indoor concert ever was your small world tour in Brussels.
I remember that gig like yesterday.
For me it was the start of my long concert visitor list.
I wonder if Europe is in the plans for 2013?
April 20, 2014 Question: I saw you in the film Duets and of course Back to the Future, but I wondered if you had commercial casino barber shop open in any other films?
And if acting was something you had thought about doing more of.
April 13, 2014 Read article Hi Huey.
I love your original music but think the Soulsville album is outstanding!
Any plans to release another album with the same soul vibe?
Also, I love the bluesier version of Bad Is Bad!
April 7, 2014 Question: Would you ever consider being a judge on The Voice or American Idol?
March 23, 2014 Question: I have been a fan of yours since I was a little girl.
My question is, what was the inspiration for that song and how did it come about?
March 16, 2014 Question: I am a long time fan who lives in Wright, Louisiana.
My question is seeing how Sports is turning 30 this year do you see getting the original band together for a one time show?
Is that even a possibility?
Also will there ever be a remaster of Four!?
March 9, 2014 Question: I have been a fan for years and always enjoyed the part in the show when you throw your harmonica in the air and someone catches it with a baseball mitt.
March 2, 2014 Question: During the early years, you used to often come out during a set and let loose on a long solo on the harmonica, and it was a thrill to see you rip it up, and then have the band kick it up!
Bob Belliveau, Naples, FL Answer: My two biggest harmonica influences were Little Walter and Sonny Boy Williamson… February 23, 2014 Question: Hi Huey!
My name is Dan and in addition to being a huge fan of you and the News, I am also a mathematics teacher at a small high school in Wisconsin, where I teach advanced algebra, pre-calculus, and calculus.
I once read that you achieved a perfect score in the math portion of the S.
Do you use any of your higher level math skills in the music industry?
And is there any advice you would give to a college bound high school student?
Scott Moreland Answer: Thanks.
Great song, and not a bad idea… thanks.
February 9, 2014 Question: What are your thoughts on the recording process used today.
Do you prefer vintage analog recording or a mixture of both digital and analog?
Also, have you ever considered doing an album cd of jazz standards?
Cole Porter,Nat King Cole, Sinatra etc.
I think that would be very intriguing!
February 2, 2014 Question: Hi Huey — Thank you for the sweet gems that make me as giddy as a teenager.
Funny enough, even at 37, I still bust out in song and dance whenever your tune surprises me!
Can you share some of the inspiration behind this tune that you think caused it to be such a great hit?
Also, I was a big fan of the entire Sports album.
Even check this out a young age, it encouraged me to speak my mind and ask for what I wanted.
Is this along the lines of what you were trying to convey?
The Basic Food Shop.
A guy who used to deliver, I believe, Click Lake Yogurt, among other things, told me that he was leaving the delivery job and that his band was taking off.
In any case, I have always been curious about this question.
Most people knew me and my partner Kevin at the store.
By answering this question you can finally put this to rest for me.
January 19, 2014 Question: Hi there!
January 12, 2014 Question: You have always been regarded as a unique a cappella sound, you know that.
It would be great I think to take some songs not known for being a cappella and make them so.
December 15, 2013 Question: My Man Cave is Huey Lewis and The News-themed and in 2013 I will attend my 50th HLN show!
I would LOVE another LIVE video set.
December 8, 2013 Question: I just saw you in New Orleans and it was a fantastic show!
I see you whenever I can when you are in the area.
I noticed that your voice still sounds really good after all these years.
Do you think your voice has changed and has it become harder for you to reach any of those high notes?
Christine Soczek Answer: Thanks.
Some of the music did sound like rock, there was a little pop, and quite a bit sounded like Jazz.
So, specifically, what would you classify your genre as?
And what were the lines?
You even have great one liners in your interviews.
I hope, you will come to Germany again.
My Band and me www.
I try to play the Harp Solo.
We play the song in C.
What kind of Bluesharp Hohner?
Thanks für your answer.
I hope to see you in Germany again.
November 10, 2013 Question: I am a big fan of music and like the Rhythm and Beat to music, but like the words that flow with the music.
What inspires you to write music?
Are you still inspired after all these years?
If so, when will there be some new music?
November 3, 2013 Question: I am 27 and I am a huge fan of you guys.
You are a main influence on me playing the harmonica.
My first concert was when 4 Chords and Several Years Ago came out and you played the Concord Pavillion.
I have seen you whenever you have played the bay area.
My question is: Have you and the band ever thought about putting a blues album out?
You are great at the harmonica and you have a great band.
I have two sons who play in High School Jazz Band and I would love to hear them play this song one day.
However, I have been unable to find a Jazz Sheet Music copy.
Is there one such available?
Might you know where I could purchase?
Now, for the real question… How did you learn to play the harmonica so darn well?
October 20, 2013 Question: We love your music but we also loved seeing you in Duets with Gwyneth Paltrow.
Any chance of you doing any more movies?
Diane Kiewel Answer: Thanks for your kind words… tell Marty Scorcese to call me.
I know the team won the Super Bowl in January, 1988.
How many times did you perform with team members of the championship 49ers?
Must have been a great experience.
October 6, 2013 Question: Hello Huey and the News!
I have a relatively straightforward question for you guys.
Have you ever or would you ever considered doing a Christmas album!?
I was talking with some people at work the other day, and we ran across the idea of a Huey Lewis and the News Christmas album and got SO excited about it, that I had to ask you guys SOMEhow!
I love you guys!
Sara Moe Answer: We have definitely thought about a Xmas album… might even do one, one day.
I love how you guys always looked like you were having a lot of fun with your music videos and I never get tired of watching them.
So my questions are: Did you guys like making videos and when you guys write songs, are they from personal experiences?
September 15, 2013 Question: I live in the uk, im 45yrs old and have been a fan since way back and have been watching you play the harmonica on a few uk shows.
Phil Cox, United Kingdom Answer: Good for you.
How would you describe your overall golf game and if you had a choice, would you rather have been a pro golfer or a singer in a rock band?
Did one actress play both parts, and if so, who was she???
Hot in Cleveland was a lot of fun.
August 25, 2013 Question: I was wondering if an a capella version of Stuck With You exists… I am a fan of the song and would love to locate such a copy if it does.
The show was broadcast live in the Bay Area and I was lucky enough to record your set on tape.
Sadly that tape has worn out beyond all recognition.
Any chance you may have a copy of the performance and can post silver fox casino amp lounge sacramento ca on your site or on youtube?
Thanks for DECADES of entertainment.
Do you have a favorite city or venue that you particulary enjoy, be it for the food, golf or the fans?
Chris Fraker — Nashville, TN Answer: Not really … always like New York City, and our hometown San Francisco, but the venue is always important as well.
August 4, 2013 Question: Hi Mr.
I hope you will enjoy answering this question or reading it.
Do you agree and did you find that the slicker albums were any more or less satisfying to make than Picture This?
July 28, 2013 Question: You have lived in and visited so many areas of the country during your lifetime.
Have you thought about where you want to live for the rest of absolutely casino hours today agree years?
Is it at your residence in Montana or another place?
Cheryl Barber — Bridgewater, NJ Answer: Well, I love playing music and therefore have to travel a lot… I do love Montana, but also love to travel.
July 21, 2013 Question: I was wondering if you still have that awesome leopard or was it cheetah print?
Hahaha, your videos crack me up and I thank you for that.
July 14, 2013 Question: Always have been an all time favorite of mine.
Seen you in Erie, PA twice 15 years apart and would jump at the opportunity to see you guys again.
July 7, 2013 Question: Could you please let us know your general preferences when it comes to visual art.
Do you have a favorite when it comes to a particular artist, style, time period, medium?
Thanks for all of the smiles you have brought me through your music and concerts!
Instead of listening to Kellie Clarkson sing about the Cowboys, or Aerosmith sing about the Patriots… I think it would be a much better to be listening to Huey Lewis and the News sing about the SF FortyNiners!
Just an idea… Marijeanne Rende — Danville, CA Answer: Sing about the 49ers?
June 22, 2013 Question: Always been a big fan of yours and the NFL.
June 17, 2013 Question: I believe i walked past you in the Bahamas at the Atlantis.
You were on the way towards the Casino.
This was Saturday November 11th.
First would like to say I am a huge fan grew up listening to all your great tunes.
I was wondering if you were there for the Boat show at the marina and if you have a boat yourself.
I know you love the Bahamas as you shot one of you Videos there.
Also have you ever played golf at the paradise club?
I played there on wed of that week, great coarse I have played it about 7 times.
June 10, 2013 Question: Hi Huey, first off I would like to say that I really enjoy your music.
I was recently deployed to Kosovo and I made a huge attempt at getting the coffee shop owners to play your music.
They all seemed to like you.
Well At least the ones with electricity did.
Do you guys ever hit the USO tours or do any small gigs in weird countries?
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Matthew Douglas Answer: I love it … you can be head of HLN promotion for Kosovo!
Milwaukee, Oklahoma City, and Cleveland to name a few.
Thanks for the recognition in Cleveland.
We were glad to see how you guys keep changing the shows up, it is fun for us.
May 13, 2013 Question: Hi Huey, without question you are my favourite artist of all-time.
Anyway, from all the way down here in Australia I must ask…Of all the songs over your fantastic career…Which one do you wish you had have made a video for?
Interested to hear your thoughts.
Huey, I have been listening to you my whole life.
I remember my first ever career cassette tape when I was a kid was Sports.
I still have it.
The music is perfect in that album.
Lots of my friends sort of laugh at me because I always have Huey Lewis playing in my car.
My question is this, two shows that I have been to I have been kicked out of for dancing.
What is the deal with that?
Both shows were in casinos and I get that you got to cater to where the money is, but how do people go to these shows and not get pumped?
Is it expected to just sit in your seat and act proper at a Huey Lewis theatre show?
I really love the music and just get too fired up sometimes.
Am I wrong for being this pumped?
I hear from young singers and bands all the time about how they were influenced by our band … a surprising amount of male country artists today grew up listening to us and other rock groups.
It was disappointing to not hear Hip to Be Square and Stuck With You.
Why deny your fans the chance to hear them live?!
What can I say?
We just got back from your concert at the Turning Stone in Verona, NY.
My question is this: did you have technical difficulties with your ear monitor, or did you forget the words to Stuck with You?
Either way, we still loved it!
It makes you more down to earth if you messed up the words.
I am a longtime fan and have seen several of your concerts, most recently in Cleveland last week!
As always, I thoroughly enjoyed the show.
Hey Huey, I heard a while back that Howard Stern talked about getting you on his radio show.
Any updates about that at all?
I heard Jimmy Kimmell on the show a few times and he mentioned to Howard that you should go on….
It must have been extremely exciting for you to have the horn section play on Picture This and be in the studio with them for the first time.
What do you remember about those days and the beginning of that relationship?
My sister, who lived in Vancouver, BC got tickets to the concert and my ship was in port for the night.
What an exciting night!
Great music all night long.
I have 3 questions….
The first is do you ever jam with local bands after a concert?
Will you ever schedule a concert in Southwest Florida?
You and your band were my first musical obsession back in the day!
I was born and raised in Maryland and was able to see you perform in Columbia, MD back in the 90s.
At that concert, I sent some flowers https://cetsolarstore.com/casino/casinos-in-cincinnati-area.html to you for your birthday and you send me a handwritten postcard expression of thanks.
I now live in Ithaca, NY.
I remember reading that you spent some time here while you were attending Cornell.
What are your fondest memories about your time in Ithaca?
Too bad the weather has been so bad here recently, and the timing of your Concert tonight or I would have invited you down to the Highlands for a game.
My question: where is your favorite place to play golf?
I will drop a visor off for you!
I know many years back a show s with Tower of Power was planned for your 20th I believe.
Live 25 happen and now we are celebrating 30 something casino southern oregon assure of sports next year.
Any plans to do something with TOP or four winds resort buffalo and hartford horn section?
We, of course, have our own great horn section, but love TOP and try to stay in touch with them and certainly would love to work with them again.
What current music do you like?
My question is…why do people sit down at your concerts?
I enjoy your concerts and music very much, and I like to stand up and dance and enjoy!
I was at the Hampton Casino last night and had to get security because I wanted to stand and dance, like many others and was pretty much accosted by a man behind me.
I think people sit down at the concerts because, like me, their back hurts when they stand … I can relate!
February 3, 2013 Question: I heard or read someplace that you were great in math and had a perfect math score on your SATs.
Since I am a high school math teacher and a huge fan, I was wondering if this is true?
January 27, 2013 Question: As a fan, I sometimes have one of your songs pop into my head during the day or during a conversation.
I was wondering if you have ever experienced the same thing with one of your songs.
If so, is there one that seems to surface more often?
With who are you happy to be stuck with, and are you still stuck with that same person?
Alfred — Netherlands Answer: None of your business!
January 13, 2013 QUESTION: Hey Huey!
I know you like the Dannecker harmonicas.
What model do you play?
Any special kind of tuning?
Any further information would be greatly appreciated.
January 6, 2013 QUESTION: Have you ever produced, and recorded a song that you have regretted and would like to re-record in a different version?
It seems I remember reading that you have, but of course the details are somewhere in the gray matter.
December 30, 2012 QUESTION: I would love to know what types of music you listen to, and if you have an all time favorite group?
December 23, 2012 QUESTION: My wife Pam and I went to the Cleveland show, our first.
You put out macau casino baccarat minimum bet energy to make sure the fan in the worst seat had a good time.
I am 63 and look okay, but you look good at 62.
How do you keep fit?
Tips for fitness on the road?
How am I doing?
December 9, 2012 QUESTION: Which do you like better, performing in huge arenas or smaller, more intimate venues?
I saw you perform in 1985 in Chicago Lawn section and again 2012 in Lac Du Flambeau, WI at a casino.
Both were totally incredible, but for me the smaller one was better because I was able to be in the front and see you guys close up.
Do you remember the first time you had met him and can you name an occasion that helped build that friendship?
Greg Becker — Chicago, IL ANSWER: I first met Jimmy Kimmel at the Mountain Home Winery in Saratoga, Calif.
And of course he has great taste in music.
I was with friends up at South Shore in August, so we saw your show and thought it was great!
I also lived in the neighborhood and would occasionally casino concerts 2020 grant down to the Waldorf for a drink.
Was it indeed Huey Lewis I saw at the Waldorf or is my mental clutch starting to slip a little?
George Gaskins — Napa, CA ANSWER: We did indeed play the Waldorf at least a couple times… once opening for Bram Tchaikovsky, and once headlining, and maybe even another time or two… at my age, the memory gets a little fuzzy!
What was your inspiration to write it?
Lewis,Recently, I viewed a DVD of your band playing a concert in Germany.
I noticed at the end of theconcert how you genuinely seemed to enjoy coming back to connect with the audience to playa couple of encores.
I am a Special Education teacher, and I had wondered if you had everwanted to be a teacher?
It was fun watching you and your band reach an audience in such anunselfish way.
I see now your tours include theater and casino venues.
I know we do.
October 29, 2012 QUESTION: My name is Shen and I am a huge fan.
I grew up in Lawrenceville, NJ and I have two sons, Mike sandia casino sportsbook Sean.
Mike graduated from The Lawrenceville School in 2008 and Sean is a third form day student there now.
He is a member of the Hamill House.
I am really looking forward to attending the Aldo Leopold Award Presentation this Thursday evening.
After all these years I will finally get to see you in person!
I am so excited!!
I guess my question to you is: What was your most memorable experience at The Lawrenceville School?
I wish you continued success in your career.
I will always be a fan!
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