This week’s LOUIE of the Week has been delayed by a very hectic work schedule by your truly, and should be ready by Thursday, if all goes as planned…
Those of us that attended the special San Jose event on Saturday featuring THE SONG… will have to wait a few more days for an […]
This week’s LOUIE is an instructional video by Erich Andreas, demonstrating an “Easy Guitar Lesson” from his “Island Songs collection.
Some tasty treats from the TWO LOUIES archives, courtesy of publisher Buck Munger!
ZZ Top meets the Kingsmen! From left to right: Lynn Easton, Billy Gibbons, Jack Ely and Mike Mitchell.
This week’s LOUIE LOIUE comes from Germany. The musical group is Schlicktown Crew, and they perform LOUIE with a definite Jamaican-Cuban influence!
DJ JaiiDee & MC Watt are the two guys that make up this duo, and they’ve shared a fun little video produced by Joachim “The Jens” Krey.
As the Schlicktown Crew states […]
And now for something completely different….
Jennie Fagen sings a catchy little song about Vitamin B, and gets this week’s LOUIE award!
From her YouTube description:
This is what Health Coaches do on a Friday night.
I wrote this song about my favorite vitamin, to the tune of Louie, Louie. Enjoy and feel free […]
Today, I am honored to have a very special guest blogger – my friend Cindy Lindahl, whose father engineered the original LOUIE LOUIE recordings by The Kingsmen and Paul Revere & the Raiders!
I knew when I saw the announcement that I had to attend: ‘Louie, Louie Celebration in Portland Begins September 5th.”
Live from La Coruña, Spain, we have this week’s LOUIE! Performing live at El Pato Negro, we have Man City Blue delivering a catchy little medley that includes LOUIE LOUIE with the Ramones’ “Blitzkrieg Bop.”
Man City Blue are: Eva Arotxena on lead vocals, Pablo Doldán on bass & backup vocals, Ana Castro & […]
Consider the story of a relatively unknown rhythm & blues singer-songwriter that released a song in the 1950s that became very famous, yet he languished in obscurity, barely receiving any credit for his very popular composition.
Imagine this song covered by the Kingsmen, the Beatles, the Rolling Stones, the Doors, the Flying Lizards and […]