THE HEART OF ROCK AND ROLL Original Broadway Cast Recording To Be Released June 14

The Original Broadway Cast Recording of the Broadway musical The Heart of Rock and Roll will be released on Friday, June 14 and will be available on all music streaming services!

THE HEART OF ROCK AND ROLL Takes Home Four Awards at the 21st Annual Theatre Fans’ Choice Awards!

Congratulations to the cast and crew for winning four BroadwayWorld Theatre Fans’ Choice Awards!

Check Out the iHeart Radio Broadway Interview With Huey and Cast Members from The Heart Of Rock And Roll

Huey Lewis + The Cast Of ‘The Heart Of Rock And Roll’ On Creating A Broadway Show…

Watch Huey’s Interview on CBS Mornings

Singer-songwriter Huey Lewis joins “CBS Mornings” to talk about his new Broadway musical, “The Heart of Rock and Roll,” and working through hearing loss.

Johnny Colla’s ‘VOICES ONLY!!!’ CD Now Available!

Johnny Colla’s ‘VOICES ONLY!!!’ CD is now available at !!!! The CD is the last of his ‘Voices’ trilogy, spotlighting the backing vocals from his ‘I Hear Voices!’ release. “Over the years, I’ve had so many requests from both fans and musicians as to how I put my BVs together, so I finally released a sort-of ‘how-to’ that might help explain it all.” Johnny went on to say that the collection also includes some ”dribs and drabs” that weren’t audible on the first two ‘Voices’ releases, “…purely for entertainment purposes! This final release lets my amazingly talented backing vocalists do all the talking…uh, SINGING!”

Huey Discusses Phil Lynott in this American Songwriter Interview

For several years before he co-founded Huey Lewis and the News, Lewis co-fronted the San Francisco-adjacent rock band Clover, which formed in 1967 and brought him aboard as co-lead vocalist in 1972. He appeared on their last two studio albums, Unavailable and Love on the Wire, both released in 1977 and produced in the UK by future studio legend Robert John “Mutt” Lange. Clover moved to England in 1976 and toured with the likes of Lynyrd Skynyrd, Graham Parker and the Rumour, and Thin Lizzy. It is while opening for Thin Lizzy that its frontman, the late Phil Lynott, became a mentor to Lewis. Read Full Article

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