Huey Lewis and the News are an american band, formed in 1978 in Corte Madera, San Francisco. Their song "The Power of Love " is featured in Rock Band 3 .
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From left to right: Johnny Colla, Chris Hayes, Huey Lewis, Mario Cipollina, Bill Gibson and Sean Hopper. The original members.

The band is actually compossed by lead singer Huey Lewis, guitarist and saxophonist Johnny Colla, keyboardist Sean Hopper, drummer Bill Gibson, bassist John Pierce, guitarist Stef Burns, trumpeter Marvin McFadden, and tenor sax Rob Sudduth and Johnnie Bamont. Former members of the band are Mario Cipollina (first bassist of the band, who left in 1994), Chris Hayes (lead guitar, who worked with the band since 1978 and left in 2001) and Ron Stallings (former tenor sax, who passed away in april 13, 2009).

The band scored 19 top ten singles during the decades of 1980s and 1990s. Some of their best known songs are "The Power of Love", "I Want a New Drug", "Heart and Soul", "The Heart of Rock and Roll" and "Stuck with You". Album "Sports" sold about 10 million copies alone in U.S and "Fore!" reached number one on Billboard 200.


Huey Lewis and the News (1980)

Picture This (1982)

Sports (1983)
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Sports (1983)

Fore! (1986)

Small Wolrd (1989)

Hard at Play (1991)

Four Chords and Several Years Ago (1994)

Plan B (2001)

Soulsville (2010)

External LinksEdit

Huey Lewis and the News (Wikipedia)

Huey Lewis and the News Wiki

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