Huey Lewis

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Huey Lewis(Hugh Anthony Cregg III) is an American singer and songwriter who sings lead and plays harmonica for his band, Huey Lewis and the News. Huey Lewis was born on July 5, 1950, in New York City, New York. Huey Lewis was raised in Marin County, California, and attended Edna Macguire Junior High School in Mill Valley. He attended and graduated from the all-male preparatory school, Lawrenceville School, in 1967. Lewis went on to attend Cornell University in Ithaca, New York. In 1971, Huey Lewis joined the Bay Area band known as Clover.

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Clover disbanded in 1978 and Huey Lewis went on to play harmonica on Thin Lizzy’s album, Live and Dangerous. Huey Lewis then formed a new band, Huey Lewis and the American Express. On the advice of his manager, Bob Brown, the band’s name was changed to Huey Lewis and the news. The group’s first album was a failure, but the second album, Picture This, rose to number thirteen on the charts. The group’s third album, released in 1984, was a multi-platinum success; four singles from the album reached the top ten of the Billboard Hot 100. Heart and Soul reached number eight, while I Want a New Drug, The Heart of Rock & Roll, and If This is It, all reached number six. Huey Lewis was married to his manager’s secretary, Sidney Conroy, in 1983.

Quick Facts
Birth Date: 5 Jul, 1950
Age: 69 yrs
Citizenship: United States of America
Birth Place: New York City
Education: Cornell University
Gender: Male
Description: Singer-songwriter, rock musician
Net Worth 2021: 25 million
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Last Modified: Jun 28 2020
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