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THE HEART OF ROCK N ROLL IS STILL BEATING!
Huey Lewis and the news have carried the banner as the quintessential American rock band, endearing them to millions of fans and earning them the right to mark their place in pop music history. With a nearly unbroken string of hit songs, their music became the soundtrack for a generation. During the 1980's and early 1990's they scored a total of 19 top-ten singles across the Billboard Hot 100, Adult Contemporary, and Mainstream Rock charts.
SuperHuey - The Ultimate Huey Lewis Experience is the only show of it's kind anywhere in the Nation. This 8-piece explosion of 1980's rock power performs across the United States thrilling appreciative audiences of all ages at fairs, festivals, arenas, sporting events and showrooms with their super high-energy faithful renditions of feel-good music that defined a generation.
Grab your Levis 501 jeans, your Raybans, your linen sport coat and your skinny tie. Go back in time with SuperHuey when "Back to the Future" was the number one movie, "The Pover of Love" was the number one song, "Hip Hop" was what rabbits did, "Rap" was what you did to a gift and Huey Lewis was king!
Featuring a lead-singer whose voice is indistinguishable from the real Huey Lewis, this super tribute show boasts some of the top players in the business.
Non-stop hits include:
SuperHuey with the REAL Huey Lewis!
Press - SuperHuey in the News!..."On Aug. 16, he'll realize an ersatz version of his dream, when his club will at long last reverberate with the hits of Huey (Lewis) and the News — played by Super Huey, a Huey Lewis tribute band founded a year ago by 48-year-old Roy Merlino, who came of age listening to Huey's hits in the 1980s.
"We're fired up to be playing at George's, Huey's old stomping grounds," he says. "One of the things we didn't realize when we started this project is the demand for it. What's really interesting to me is we can be onstage and see people our age, and the music is taking them back. But then you see the 20-somethings, and there's no way they grew up on Huey (Lewis) and News, but they're digging it. It's exposing that music to a whole new set of fans."... Read Full Article