Huey Lewis Tickets
A highly popular American singer and songwriter, Huey Lewis has been making music for over four decades and has a huge fan following. Throughout his successful career, Lewis has collaborated with some of the greatest artists of the music industry namely Thin Lizzy, Clover, King Harvest, Orleans and the News. He has dominated the soul and rock country music scene with tracks that took the industry by storm. He has now embarked on a tour and will be performing in multiple cities including Hyannis, Boston, Ashland, Peachtree City, Seattle, Portland, Saint Louis, Kansas City, Dallas, Cincinnati, Anderson and Sterling Heights. To be a part of any of these spectacular concerts, all you need to do is grab Huey Lewis tickets.
Born in 1950 in the infamous New York City, Huey Lewis was originally named Hugh Anthony Cregg III. Named after his father, Lewis’ family moved to Marin County, California where the young singer was raised. He attended the Lawrence School situated in New Jersey, after which he applied at the Cornell University. It was while he was studying at the prestigious institution that he met Larry and Lance Hoppen who would later go onto create the ensemble, Orleans. King Harvest’s Eddie Tuleja was also amongst Lewis’ class fellows at the university. Lewis started performing in bands like "Slippery Elm" while he was studying at Cornell in 1969. He soon lost interest in the graduate program and developed a keen passion for music. Deciding to quit from the program while still in his junior year, Lewis relocated to San Francisco where he continued to create music.
It was in 1971 that Lewis became an official member of the band Clover, located in the Bay Area. It was during this time the singer decided to adopt the stage name Huey Lewis. Performing with band members, Alex Call, John McFee, Mitch Howie, John Ciambotti, Mickey Shine, Sean Hopper and Marcus David, Lewis was seen playing the harmonica during live performances of Clover. After five years of local success, the band was finally discovered by the producer Nick Lowe, who convinced the band to travel with him to Britain. However, when they started performing at pubs and night clubs, the band realized that the folk-rock trend had been replaced by the punk rock era. Though Clover was able to release two studio albums through Phonogram, the much awaited fame didn’t make its way to the group. With this, Lewis decided to quit from the band as it went onto working with Elvis Costello on his album "My Aim is true", after which the band disbanded in 1978.
Huey Lewis then joined Thin Lizzy in 1978, playing the harmonica on the album named "Live and Dangerous". The singer then started performing at a night club in California called Uncle Charlie’s, where he played onstage with musicians, who would later become a part of the band "Huey Lewis and the American Express". Together this newly formed band recorded their first demo Exo-Disco after which the ensemble was approached by the Phonogram recording label. Signing a contract with the agency, the group changed its name to "Huey Lewis and the News" and came out with its debut self-titled release in 1980. Though the album didn’t garner much fame, their sophomore release Picture Release that hit the shelves in 1982, made its way to the Top 40 Chart. Reaching the thirteenth spot on the chart, the band was on its way to achieving new heights of fame. Their third and fourth LPs; Sports and Fore! became some of the greatest pop albums of all time. Selling twenty million copies these multi-platinum releases, were only the beginning for the band. The next years saw several more chart topping releases as they band released singles such as "I Knew the Bride", "Jacob’s Ladder", "We Are the World" and "Workin’ for a Living".
As a soloist Lewis has collaborated with artists such as Nick Lowe, Dave Edmunds, Phil Lynott, Jimmy Barnes, Joe Louis Walker, Sammy Hagar, Paul Thorn, Dick Dale and Brenda Lee. His single "Cruisin’" that he recorded alongside Gwyneth Paltrow reached number one on the Adult Contemporary Chart and another release "Workin’ For a Livin’" that he composed with Garth Brooks made its way to the nineteenth spot on the US Country Chart. To witness the talented singer perform some of his greatest hits to date, you should get your hands on Huey Lewis tickets now.
Huey Lewis Tickets Prices
Currently the average price for Huey Lewis tickets is $221. The date and location for this event is 26-May-18 at Revolution Bar & Music Hall, Amityville. The minimum get-in price for Huey Lewis tickets is $164.
|Name||City||Date||Average Ticket Price||Get In Price
|Back In Time - Huey Lewis & The News Tribute||Amityville||26-May-18||$221||$164|
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