April 14, 2017 – Catch Huey as he lends his voice to the character Bulworth the Junkyard Dog on tonight’s episode of “Puppy Dog Pals” on the Disney Channel. Check local listings.
Friday, March 24, 2017 – Huey spent Friday afternoon at Cubs’ Spring Training Camp, Sloan Park and led a rendition of “Take Me Out to the Ballgame” with Jimmy Kimmel during the seventh-inning stretch. Read story.
Very sad news. Chuck Berry…maybe the most important figure in all of Rock and Roll. The first popular singer / songwriter ever, and the first to write songs for and about kids. His music and his influence will last forever.
December 24, 2016 – Rock and Roll lost a great soldier yesterday when Frank Murray, the Pogues’s manager passed away. I knew him when my band Clover toured with Thin Lizzy in Britain in the late 70s and he was their road manager … He was smart, sweet, charming, funny, handsome, and very Irish, and taught me (and Sean) lots about the circus that is a rock and roll tour. He will be sorely missed. – Huey
December 8, 2016 – Tune in. Huey Lewis was interviewed for tonight’s NFL Network Original Series, The Timeline episode “1984 – The Season that Saved Football.” Will be on the NFL Network channel at 9pm.
October 30, 2016 – TUNE IN to NBC BAY AREA NEWS this Sunday night, October 30, 2016 after the Sunday Night Football game on NBC, as Huey Lewis and the News, Santana and Metallica will be featured on “Bay Area Revelations: The Musicians.” Learn the untold stories of the greatest musicians that called the Bay Area home. An encore presentation of this episode will air the following Sunday, Nov. 7 at 10 p.m.
This new 16 piece group has been formed by native Bay Area musicians and longtime friends John Worley (trumpet/flugelhorn), Rob Sudduth (woodwinds) and Johnnie Bamont (woodwinds). Loco Moco will feature some of the best local jazz musicians that include educators and teachers from the Bay Area. “We also wanted to feature a library made up of compositions and arrangements by band members and other SF Bay Area composers and arrangers.”
Members of the Loco Moco Jazz Orchestra have played with an eclectic list of notable artists: Count Basie, Woody Herman, Maynard Ferguson, Ella Fitzgerald, Joe Henderson, Dianne Schurr, Mel Torme, Natalie Cole, Wayne Wallace, Pete and Sheila Escovedo, Jon Jang, Huey Lewis, Boz Scaggs, Tower of Power, Sly Stone, Santana etc.
The Loco Moco Jazz Orchestra will perform its first concert on Sunday, October 30th, 2016 from 4-6pm at the historic Pedro Point Firehouse in Linda Mar Pacifica, CA. General admission tickets will be $20. To purchase tickets early go online to: www.eventbrite.com
September 25, 2016 – Rest in Peace Arnold Palmer. There was never a classier, kinder gentleman. Huey, John Pierce and myself were lucky enough to play with Arnie one day at his home course in Latrobe, PA. You have no idea how hard it is to hit a shot with Arnie watching (2nd photo). By the way , I hit it to 2 feet and made birdie! The world lost one of it’s finest today.
To all of our friends and fans from everyone at Huey Lewis and the News:
It is with great sadness we tell you that we have lost one of the most special members of our group.
Jim Moran died peacefully yesterday morning after a courageous two year battle with cancer.
“Bugsy” was an inspiration to all of us.
He was the most hard working, talented sound mixer and engineer that you could imagine.
He was with us since the beginning.
He will be dearly missed.
Our hearts go out to his family.