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Huey Lewis & the Power of Love

Huey’s Power of Love By: Efren Martinez

Last night Huey Lewis and The News gave Modesto his Power of Love.

From the moment he came on, the crowd was as anxious to get up and dance as if they were all on their mark for a foot race. Soon as Huey gave the word to “let’s all dance”, the fans jumped out of their seats and never sat back down. It was lovely to see so many folks singing and dancing along to Huey Lewis and The News’ music. They were an energetic crowd having the time of their lives as Huey delivered many of his hits.

Growing up with the 80’s songs, like “If This Is It”, “I Want a New Drug” and “The Heart of Rock & Roll”, which not only filled the airwaves on our radio, but also the dance floor of the high school dances I DJ’ed back then. The night was filled with surprises and different sets from the last time I saw them in concert. At one point, the band left their instruments behind and approached the front of the stage to give us a harmonic acapella melody.

Without giving to much more away here, I’d like to invite you to enjoy your own Huey Lewis and The News experience. I realize that a ticket to a Huey Lewis and The News show is hard to get, especially when their shows sell out in record time like it did at our Gallo Center.

Below is the link to Huey Lewis and The News’ website to get their concert schedule and like them on their Facebook page. Following them on Twitter will also help you get the Huey news first for added last minute shows and exclusive fan information.

Northern California Wine Country Shows September 6th Saratoga CA. A few single seats still available. September 21st Charity Music Festival Glen Allan CA.

Huey Lewis & The News are: Huey Lewis (vocals and harmonica), Johnny Colla (saxophone, guitar and vocals), Bill Gibson (drums, percussion and vocals), Sean Hopper (keyboards and vocals), Stef Burns (guitars and vocals) and John Pierce (bass). Their live show features a horn section of San Francisco bay area luminaries: Marvin McFadden (trumpet), Rob Sudduth (tenor saxophone) and Johnnie Bamont (baritone saxophone).



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About the Author:

I answered the call back in 1983; mixing Music and Entertainment with an eccentric European style has always come easy for me. In the early 80's I was the Disc Jockey for most of the high school dances in Modesto. In the late 80's I found myself in Hollywood working as a dancer and sound engineer for various professional recording industries. In 1990 my wife of 25 years and I started (The Quake Mobile DJ ®) which was seeded from San Francisco's 1985, The Quake, radio station that only lasted a short while on the air. 26 years later The Quake Mobile DJ is bigger & better than ever in the Entertainment industry. Real-Estate, photojournalism, event promoter, saving animals, travel and fitness are a few other of my interests. I also enjoy motivational speaking to children and to those who are struggling with addiction. In my life, I have always been a very direct person and once I see a goal I won't quit till I've achieved it. But out of all of the above I feel in my heart that the best inspiration in my life is my wife and my love for the faith that I practice. Phil 4:20