Huey Lewis was born Hugh Cregg, in New York City, in 1950. After dabbling in the country-rock scene in the ’70s with a group called Clover, Lewis formed the News, a six-man pop/R&B/rock outfit that had 15 Top Forty hits during the ’80s. The hook-laden “Heart And Soul” was their third hit, going to number eight in 1983. By then the group had latched onto a formula for making engaging pop hits. Bill Gibson is the drummer.
Heart And Soulby Huey Lewis & The News
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