Kingsmen at The Delta House (1983) – LOUIE of the Week

With the upcoming Animal House 40th Anniversary & Toga Party event in Oregon that’s happening a little over a week from now, I thought this would be a fine time to share this classic Kingsmen clip produced by our associate producer David Jester.

Freddie Dennis, who later join the reunited Sonics, is the […]

RIP: Nokie Edwards of the Ventures, LOUIE of the Week

Nokie Edwards, guitar player for The Ventures, one of the most successful bands to emerge from the Pacific Northwest during the 1960s, has passed away at the age of 82 years old.

Deke Dickerson shared some wonderful memories of the man on his Facebook page:

NOKIE EDWARDS 1935-2018 Hard to know where to […]

RIP: Edward Allan Clarke, aka Fast Eddie of Motorhead

Sad news reported on the Official Motorhead Facebook page today:

We are devastated to pass on the news we only just heard ourselves earlier tonight…Edward Allan Clarke – or as we all know and love him Fast Eddie Clarke – passed away peacefully yesterday. Ted Carroll (who formed Chiswick Records) made the sad announcement […]

For the new year – “We’re on the Road to D’ohwhere” (a Simpsons LOUIE)

We’re on the Road to D’ohwhere

We start the new year with a special recycled Simpsons LOUIE moment!

Big thanks to our friend Chester Taylor for reminding us about this one …

I’d forgotten about this till it came on this morning – comes in at 4:30! Happy New Louie year!

Simpsons episode: “We’re […]

RIP: Tom Petty / LOUIE of the Week

Monday was a day of anger, sadness and shock.

One of the worst mass shootings ever in USA. Another great singer-songwriter left us. More natural disasters and a clueless elected official that continues to make even more stupid, insensitive statements via Twitter.

Just another day in America that sadly felt all too familiar, unfortunately. […]

RIP: Grant Hart of Hüsker Dü – LOUIE of the Week

Today, we learned that Grant Hart of Hüsker Dü passed away from kidney cancer at the age of 56.

Grant was best known as the drummer and co-songwriter for Hüsker Dü, a three-piece punk band from Minnesota.

Hüsker Dü had a nine year run, starting off in 1979, and eventually breaking up […]

The Embarcaderos at 1989 LL Parade – LOUIE of the Week

UPDATED RE-POST of an article originally shared on Friday, August 4th:

Here’s a little blast from the past….

Many years ago, back during the early stages of the LOUIE documentary project, myself and my LOUIE co-producer pal Jesse Block captured some video footage of the 1989 LOUIE LOUIE Parade produced and promoted by the […]

LOUIE at the Movies – Down Periscope

This week, the LOUIE eye is pointed at the 1996 feature film “Down Periscope,” starring Kelsey Grammer, Lauren Holly, Rob Schneider, and Harry Dean Stanton.

There’s a special LOUIE performance in the movie that someone posted to YouTube!

it’s a LOUIE of the Week! It’s an example of LOUIE at the Movies! It’s a […]

Berry Family 2012- LOUIE of the Week

Here’s a recycled post from the blog, shared from five years ago today!

A performance of LOUIE LOUIE by the family of the man who wrote the song – Mr. Richard Berry, who passed away in 1997.

Absolutely worth a second viewing!!

This week’s LOUIE is by the Berry Family, featuring members of the […]

B.B. King & the Kings Men – LOUIE distant relative of Week

Did you know that one of B.B. King‘s earliest recordings was with the Kings Men?

Absolutely true. In 1954, RPM Records released a recording by B.B. “Blues Boy” King* And The Kings Men entitled “Sneakin’ Around,” with “Everyday I Have The Blues” by B.B. “Blues Boy” King* And His Orchestra on the flip […]