HUEY LEWIS & THE NEWS (HUEY LEWIS) - AUTOGRAPH - HFSID 345935
The American singer and songwriter who experienced his greatest musical success with the certified multi-platinum album Sports signed this index card
Sale Price $63.00
HUEY LEWIS The American singer and songwriter who experienced his greatest musical success with the certified multi-platinum album Sports signed this index card Signature: “Huey Lewis” in blue felt tip. 5x3. Huey Lewis, born Hugh Anthony Cregg III in 1950, is best known as the leader of the San Francisco-based group, Huey Lewis and the News. One of America's most popular pop-rock bands of the mid-1980s, their top singles include "Workin' for a Livin'" (1982), "I Want a New Drug" (1984), "The Heart of Rock & Roll" (1984), and "Hip to Be Square" (1986) as well as "The Power of Love" (1985). Most of their popular singles came off the Sports (1983), which has sold millions of copies to date. Four singles off the album made it into the top 10 of the Billboard Hot 100 in 1983. Huey Lewis and the News continue to perform live around the world. Fine condition.
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