(David Bowie and Carlos Alomar – superb photo by David Plastik of IconicPix)
For the past few weeks, I’ve been using this LOUIE blog as an excuse to explore some of the unlikely connections between David Bowie and LOUIE LOUIE.
With the passing of David Bowie, I certainly learned a lot more about this […]
Following up on last week’s tribute / celebration / acknowledgement of David Bowie‘s legacy, here’s even more thoughts on his connection within the LOUIE LOUIE universe…
1983 was a very important year for David Bowie. This was the year that David Bowie achieved his biggest commercial success with the release of his “Let’s Dance” […]
Once upon a time in 1964, a 17 year old teenager named David Robert Jones began his musical recording career with a band called Davie Jones with the King Bees. Their initial record was a 45rpm single that featured “Li’l Liza Jane”, an old standard on the A-Side.
For the B-Side, the band covered […]
Today, Elvis Presley would have been 81 years old!
Which of course led to the hypothetical question – “What would it sound like if Elvis sang LOUIE LOUIE?”
Luckily, someone with the name of Heavy Elvis Eric answers that question by sharing a wonderful rendition on YouTube.
He may be the same Elviss Eric […]
Last year, we lost quite a few people in the LOUIE universe. Click on their names to read more about them.
Jack Ely, the original lead singer of the Kingsmen, was one of the two people that inspired this documentary project. I met Jack at the same event where he first met Richard […]
With the passing of Lemmy Kilmister this week, so many of us are feeling a deep sense of loss… perhaps more than we expected.
Lemmy Kilmister was a certainly a larger-than-life character in the rock ‘n’ roll universe, and when I started work on the LOUIE documentary, Lemmy was one of the guys […]