Mystery LOUIE #445 – identified as “York & Toonz”- LOUIE of the Week

About a year and a half ago, I posted an entry entitled “KFJC Tomb of the Unknown LOUIEs, part 1.” As part of the team that attempted to properly archive the infamous 1983 Maximum LOUIE LOUIE maratahon that lasted 63 hours, we discovered there was, and still is, a lot of mystery about some […]

Random bits of LOUIE

Today, as I did some Google-surfing to see what papers carried the AP story on Jack Ely and LOUIE LOUIE, I found some interesting sidenotes.

First, a quote that I loved…

“It’s always fun to be up on a stage and make a lot of noise. Listen, I still love Louie, Louie. Here it is […]

The A.P. story on Jack Ely, Louie Louie, and money from music

My sister Ann, who shares a birthday with Jack Ely, was the first one to send me this story as shared by the Baltimore Sun:

Singers tell Congress: Money (That’s What I Want) By Ryan Nakashima | The Associated Press May 4, 2009 . Jack Ely, the singer whose 1963 version of “Louie Louie” still […]