LOUIE LOUIE Leonard Cohen – Five Degrees of LOUIE

Last year, I shared my thoughts on the “Five Degrees of LOUIE LOUIE” concept … which borrows from the “Six Degrees of Kevin Bacon” … but with one less step.

My friend Clay Stabler utilized this concept for linking Leonard Cohen to the LOUIE universe…

Louie Louie –à Leonard Cohen

1. Don Gallucci was […]

Kingsman: The Secret Service- a movie that probably has NOTHING to do with LOUIE LOUIE

…. but then again, I haven’t heard the soundtrack yet.

What the hey, it IS a catchy name for a movie!

This film opens in the USA on February 13.

A-Team Mystery Version – LOUIE of the Week

This year, we start with a mystery…

A few weeks ago, I received a email from Tobias Schmahl of Germany:

I found your Blog because it is mentioned on the German Wikipedia page about “Louie Louie”.

I would like to ask for your help concerning “Louie Louie”. Do you remember the A-Team, starring George Peppard […]

One hour of LOUIE with Bruce Springsteen holding a giant slug – LOUIE of Week

This is a silly one.

On YouTube, I found a clip called “One hour of Louie Louie with Bruce Springsteen holding a giant slug.” I played the first few minutes, and it’s the iconic Kingsmen recording.

I have no idea if the rest of hour is the same Kingsmen recording repeated over and […]

The 2013 Portland Plaque

My friend Wm. Christman, a KFJC Max LOUIE alumni, just sent me this photo from Portland, Oregon. This is the new plaque at the location where the Kingsmen recorded their version of LOUIE LOUIE back in 1963. There was a big ceremony for this plaque in September last year, and my friend Cindy Lindahl, […]

RIP: Scott Asheton, drummer of the Stooges

Another great rocker has left us. Drummer Scott Asheton, a founding member of The Stooges, passed away on March 15th.

Iggy Pop shared the news on his Facebook page:

My dear friend Scott Asheton passed away last night.

Scott was a great artist, I have never heard anyone play the drums with more […]

The Cry! (w/ Mike Mitchell of Kingsmen) + Animal House of Blues – LOUIE of the Week

Back in November, we learned about a special video and performance of THE SONG by the band known as The Cry!, featuring Mike Mitchell of the Kingsmen. This version was created to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Kingsmen’s iconic recording.

Three months later, we’ve got another very special LOUIE LOUIE video from The Cry! […]

Hail Hail David Jester and the Jesterfest!

This week, we want to tip our hat to David Jester of Portland, Oregon, who’s spent many years documenting the music scene of Portland, which included producing a cable television program in conjunction with the TWO LOUIES magazine. David is currently dealing with the big challenge of preserving his video archive, and he decided […]

The Ukelele Underground of Portland – LOUIE of the Week

This week’s LOUIE is a special performance that comes from the Kingsmen’s hometown in Portland, Oregon.

I just received a little correction on what I thought was a band called the Little White Uke. Here’s a correction from UkuleleDaddy:

We’re honored to be included on your blog! I just wanted to make a correction […]

The Cry (special 50th Anniversary celebration with Mike Mitchell) – LOUIE of the Week

This week, the LOUIE spotlight is pointed at THE CRY, who created a fine little video to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Kingsmen‘s iconic recording.

Within a few hours after initially publishing this blog post, I received an update ….

This year marks the 50th Anniversary of The Kingsmen releasing their classic […]