Huey Lewis & the News

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Huey Lewis & the News, formerly known as Huey Lewis & the American Express, are a popular U.S. rock band based in San Francisco, California whose greatest success was in the 1980s, when they were one of the most popular music acts of the decade. The band is known for writing simple, light-hearted songs from a working-class perspective and typically appealed to yuppies and baby boomers of the 80s. Combining a rock (and sometimes, a "blues-rock") backing with harmony vocals and Lewis's voice, Huey Lewis & the News had numerous hit songs during the 1980s and early 1990s, including "The Power of Love," "I Want a New Drug," "Doin' it all (For my Baby)," "Do You Believe in Love?," "Hip to Be Square," "Stuck With You," and "Jacob's Ladder."