Last month, we lost Sandy Nelson, one of the best-known rock drummers of the early 1960s.
He was the drummer for a lot of Top 40 records, including songs recorded by friends he knew from high school – Jan Berry, Dean Torrence, Kim Fowley, and Phil Spector. In addition to working as a […]
2021 was a great year for music documentaries. For many of us, it felt like a godsend to find these treasures after the extremely difficult and challenging year of 2020.
Billie was the powerful film about Billie Holliday, built upon previously unheard audio interviews conducted by Linda Lipnack Kuehl, who was working on a […]
This week, I’ve invited my old friend Michael Dresbach to be a special guest blogger.
Michael was a part of the infamous KFJC Maximum LOUIE LOUIE marathon all those years ago, and I thought it’d be fun to share his story. – E.P.
I grew up in Okinawa, Japan (well, it wasn’t “Japan” […]
It’s time for the first LOUIE post for 2021! It’s a new year, as we hit the “restart” with a new operating system in the USA, which will hopefully be a better year than the other year!
Today is 1-23-21, or 12321….backwards or forwards… a Palindrome Day!
Anyways, the first noteworthy LOUIE […]
Today is Christmas, and we are celebrating this special day.
Mojo Nixon provided a wonderful way to celebrate Christmas with a LOUIE LOUIE theme, which we’re sharing once again….
On these LouieLouie.net pages, there was an attempt to merge LOUIE LOUIE celebrations with the 12 Days of Christmas theme, which changed into a […]
It’s the 11th day of the 12 days ’til LOUIE LOUIE 2020 Christmas celebration, and we’ve thinking about …
A diverse composer/performer/producer that was able to blend rock, pop, jazz fusion, doo-wop vocals and orchestral sounds into some beautifully unique music.
A brilliant cynical mind with a wicked sense of humor.
It’s the 9th day of the 12 days ’til LOUIE LOUIE 2020 Christmas, and we’re thinking about…
Rockin’ Robin Roberts
For many people, especially in the Pacific Northwest, Rockin’ Robin Roberts provided the definitive version of LOUIE LOUIE in 1961. Backed by the (Fabulous) Wailers of Tacoma, Washington, this was THE version that transformed […]
On the third day of LOUIE LOUIE 2020 Christmas, someone gave to me…
BRYAN AND THE BRUNELLES
Bryan and The Brunelles were Barry ‘Snip’ Turner, Eddy Spence, Ray Goodship, John Bachini, and Bryan Burke.
A British band that recorded LOUIE LOUIE in 1965 at the legendary Abbey Road studio in London?
I had […]
On the second day of LOUIE LOUIE 2020 Christmas, someone gave to me…
SMOKY & THE BEARS!
I’m not sure what to think about Smoky & the Bears. There’s nothing here that acknowledges Smokey Bear, the legendary advertising icon that spoke out on behalf of the U.S. Forest Service.
This isn’t even a real […]
On the first day of LOUIE LOUIE 2020 Christmas, someone gave to me…
As the Cambridge English Dictionary defines this word as “someone who is willing to do things that involve risk or danger, often criminal things,” one could argue this concept became a common element in 2020.
The term “desperados” could apply […]