By special request, I’m sharing a very special, ultra-rare performance of the song from the LOUIE archives. It’s a recording by a band known as The Soft Jews, and as far as I know, it was only heard ONCE* on the radio. (…or so I thought… – SEE UPDATE at end of this post)
This has nothing to do with LOUIE LOUIE, but today I’m sharing some rare footage of James Brown that I produced for promoter Brian Martin. This was from James Brown’s last performance in San Francisco.
Four months later, James Brown left us on Christmas Day.
– Eric Predoehl of LouieLouie.net
I’m not sure who created this little cartoon, but it feels like an accurate representation of the road travelled to to finish this documentary….
Today is August 19th – a very special day in the LOUIE Universe!
Many years ago on this date, a little radio station known as KFJC 89.7 began a marathon called “Maximum LOUIE LOUIE,” with the sole purpose of sharing every known version of the song LOUIE LOUIE.
For 63 hours, over 800 unique […]
Oh boy… this blog post took a bit longer than expected. I try to get these “LOUIEs of the Week” posted early in the week, but this week too many other things pulled away my focus…
This week, I was pre-occupied by my workload – putting in crazy hours at the Outside Lands last weekend, […]
You might have heard the latest info about Paul Revere…..
Pollstar broke the news on Friday, August 8th with the Headline “Paul Revere Ends His Ride”
Having led The Raiders for five decades, Paul Revere announces he is hanging up his tri-corner hat but his band will keep on rocking.
Today’s announcement states that […]
This week’s LOUIE is a 1973 recording by Line Renaud. (No, it’s not the graphic at the top of this post…. keep reading)
Line Renaud is a popular French singer, actress and AIDS activist whose career began at the age of 16, working with well known French composer LOULOU Gasté. Gaste became her mentor, […]