Louie Louie Conspiracy – (extinct) LOUIE of the Week

Unfortunately, this week’s LOUIE was removed from YouTube.

Oh well, it was a fun one…

This week, we are sharing a charming little video clip that explores the “Louie Louie” Conspiracy.” It’s the Kingsmen‘s iconic version of the song, using various film clips from a variety of different feature films.

The dead link: […]

RIP: Jerry Dennon, the record company guy who signed The Kingsmen

I recently discovered that Jerry Dennon, the man responsible for unleashing the Kingsmen‘s recording of LOUIE LOUIE to the world, passed away last year on January 2017.

Often credited as the producer of this iconic recording, Jerry Dennon had nothing to do with the original recording session that took place in April 1963 […]

In Memory of Andrew Peejack and Eagle Buckett – LOUIE of the Week

photo of Andrew by Matt Herman; photo of Eagle by Eric Predoehl

Earlier this year, my friend Andrew Pejack sent me a special message…

Hi Eric ! Not sure if you have this LL version, from SJ’s own Eagle Buckett. He released an album ‘Black Diamond Street’, and then had a 2nd album in […]

Rock Hall of Fame inducts LOUIE LOUIE in the first batch of important singles!

Billboard shared this important news:

The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame began honoring songs in addition to artists at the 33rd annual induction ceremony on Saturday night (April 14) in Cleveland’s Public Auditorium, immortalizing six singles.

Introduced by “Little Steven” Van Zandt, the new Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Singles category is […]

Coming soon … a special 40th Anniversary Animal House celebration in Oregon

Anyone ready for the world’s largest toga party? …. … featuring the band that put LOUIE on the map for millions of people?

We may have just the thing for you….

Save this date: August 18, 2018 and visit: https://www.facebook.com/Animal-HOUSE-40TH-Reunion-and-Toga-Party-450269562006972/

Jimmy and the Riddles – LOUIE of the Week

This week, we’ll point the LOUIE spotlight at Jimmy and the Riddles, who are known as an “Upbeat Reggae Dub Ska Party Band!” They are from a place known as ‘Folkestone.’

I don’t think I’ve been there, but my spies tell me that this is a port town on the English Channel, in Kent, […]

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 […]

Tom Bishop – LOUIE of the Week

For this week’s LOUIE, I’m sharing a performance by Tom Bishop who performs LOUIE LOUIE to honor his late grandparents, Louie and Louise Poltevecque!

His YouTube page provides more details:

Tom Bishop, Louie Louie, Kingsmen. Performed live by Tom Bishop at Fairmont Hot Springs, Montana, September, 2016. Background instruments performed by Tom Bishop. (The […]

The Return of Stretch – non-LOUIE of the Week

Last Saturday, my friend Jeff “Stretch” Riedle returned to the stage to finish an incomplete show that occurred three months earlier when he experienced a cardiac arrest, and his life could have easily ended that night.

Luckily, his death was not meant to happen. With the heroic efforts of a dear friend Wendy Lang, […]

The R.F.’s – Smells like LOUIE LOUIE 2018 (LOUIE of the Week)

This week, the mighty LOUIE REPORT spotlight points in the direction of our friend Ron Fowler and his band The R.F.’s (formerly known as Jeff & the R.F.’s), who just unveiled a brand new version of their fine little LOUIE mutant mash-up entitled “Smells Like LOUIE LOUIE!”

Astute observers will recognize this image of […]