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Subject: Happy 60th birthday, Huey Lewis!

Written By: JamieMcBain on 07/05/10 at 5:52 pm

Today, Huey Lewis, turns 60!

By the way, Huey Lewis and The News, song does anyone from the forum, here like?

???


Subject: Re: Happy 60th birthday, Huey Lewis!

Written By: Doc Brown on 07/05/10 at 11:37 pm


Today, Huey Lewis, turns 60!

By the way, Huey Lewis and The News, song does anyone from the forum, here like?

???

Penny, are you kidding? I love'em all, and at long last, I'm going to see them next friday night! :D
30 years on and they're still "Workin'For A Livin' "!

And now, here are my other favorites:
Do You Believe In Love?
I Want A New Drug
If This Is It
The Power Of Love
Doin'It All For My Baby
Hip To Be Square
Small World
Hit Me Like A Hammer
Couple Days Off
It's Alright
100 Years From Now
So Little Kindness
Pineapple Express


Hope I didn't leave any out!

Your Pal,
Doc

8)

Subject: Re: Happy 60th birthday, Huey Lewis!

Written By: MaxwellSmart on 07/05/10 at 11:52 pm

He's sixty!

Christ, I'm getting old too!
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Subject: Re: Happy 60th birthday, Huey Lewis!

Written By: JamieMcBain on 07/06/10 at 2:55 pm

I love the fact, Doc called me Penny!

;D

(By the way, my name is still Jamie, it just hasn't been changed back!)

;D

Subject: Re: Happy 60th birthday, Huey Lewis!

Written By: whistledog on 07/06/10 at 8:19 pm

60!  No idea he was that old.

I never really had one favourite.  Choosing just one is like squeezing toothpaste back into the tube.

Subject: Re: Happy 60th birthday, Huey Lewis!

Written By: MaxwellSmart on 07/06/10 at 11:10 pm


60!  No idea he was that old.

I never really had one favourite.  Choosing just one is like squeezing toothpaste back into the tube.


He was in his thirties when he finally hit really big with the Sports album and its highly charting singles, thus he was a little bit older than groups such as U2 and Depeche Mode who were famous the world over before they were 21!

http://redriverautographs.files.wordpress.com/2009/05/ydch5nh4saxnly1o6a0vaosb_400.jpg

He had an aw-shucks Al Bundy thing going, which was endearing, but not enduring.

Subject: Re: Happy 60th birthday, Huey Lewis!

Written By: Doc Brown on 07/11/10 at 12:44 pm


He had an aw-shucks Al Bundy thing going, which was endearing, but not enduring.

Endearing but not enduring, Max? Then why is Huey still selling out concerts? I'm going to see him(AT LAST! ;D ) this Friday Night!

BTW, did anyone see his guest spot on the sitcom Hot In Cleveland last week? A gig there nearly 30 years ago inspired him to write "The Heart Of Rock & Roll"! originally the line went 'is in Cleveland' rather than 'is still beating', but they opened the Rock & Roll Hall Of Fame there just 5 years later, so it turns out Huey was right!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F_byVtHrGEM

Your Pal,
Doc

8)

Subject: Re: Happy 60th birthday, Huey Lewis!

Written By: MaxwellSmart on 07/12/10 at 1:49 am

Jerry Falwell said ET was the devil.
Pat Robertson said all Rock 'n' Roll songs were written by Satan.
So what's one to conclude? 

ET wrote all Rock 'n' Roll songs.

(as ET was the devil)
:D

(Credit to Bob "Bobcat" Goldthwaite)

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