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Huey Lewis and the News

About Huey Lewis and the News

Huey Lewis hit the charts with his best song "I Want A New Drug" in 1983 and went on to rule the rest of the decade. Aided by a disarmingly low-key attitude and strong music videos, the News had a string of big-selling albums and singles, but Lewis' main audience started raising families and stopped buying music in the 1990s. He went back to doing the rootsy bar rock that was always at the foundation of his work.

Listen toHuey Lewis and the Newson Rhapsody

Huey Lewis hit the charts with his best song "I Want A New Drug" in 1983 and went on to rule the rest of the decade. Aided by a disarmingly low-key attitude and strong music videos, the News had a string of big-selling albums and singles, but Lewis' main audience started raising families and stopped buying music in the 1990s. He went back to doing the rootsy bar rock that was always at the foundation of his work.

About Huey Lewis and the News

Huey Lewis hit the charts with his best song "I Want A New Drug" in 1983 and went on to rule the rest of the decade. Aided by a disarmingly low-key attitude and strong music videos, the News had a string of big-selling albums and singles, but Lewis' main audience started raising families and stopped buying music in the 1990s. He went back to doing the rootsy bar rock that was always at the foundation of his work.

About Huey Lewis and the News

Huey Lewis hit the charts with his best song "I Want A New Drug" in 1983 and went on to rule the rest of the decade. Aided by a disarmingly low-key attitude and strong music videos, the News had a string of big-selling albums and singles, but Lewis' main audience started raising families and stopped buying music in the 1990s. He went back to doing the rootsy bar rock that was always at the foundation of his work.