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Unexpectedly good!

5 stars
billypadre Fox Performing Arts Center, Riverside

Huey & the boys brought their A game. Great venue, very tight & professional band with a lot of energy. My wife & her buddy were in the aisles dancing.

Huey Lewis concert

5 stars
jolyn1 Fox Performing Arts Center, Riverside

Best I've seen it a very long time..totally engaging with the audience. Venue was perfect...

Huey and The News still rock after 36 years!!

5 stars
BigFanFromFontana Fox Performing Arts Center, Riverside

I've never heard HL&TN live and we sure are glad we went to this concert. The music was fantastic, the choice of music played was spot on and the venue was very comfortable. It is truely torture to hear such a great (new) song as 'While We're Young' and NOT be able to go out and pick it up off iTunes after the concert. Seems we'll have to wait until the next CD (album, for us oldsters) is complete. The one piece of constructive criticism I would offer relates to requests. Huey does not take requests and I can certainly understand why, but I felt that it would really showcase their raw talent to have performed 'Its All Right'. I can understand how a totally A Cappella number would be hard to pull off in a theater full of whistling and screaming fans, but I bet the fans would have quieted enough to allow everyone to hear it. I will definitely be back to see HL&TN when they come anywhere near Southern California.

Huey and the news were amazing

5 stars
SherriOC Fox Performing Arts Center, Riverside

I couldn't have ask for a better evening. Huey & the boys looked and sounded the best I've seen in years. Great venue, great seats and a great band. Till next year!!

Huey Lewis and the News

5 stars
Terminalvelocity17 Fox Performing Arts Center, Riverside

Unbelievable energy,soul and rock-&-roll.The entire band led by Huey is punching the beat that keeps them HOT through year 36!!! No sloooow,sweet ballads here. The "mature" crowd responded with the body-bumping, aisle-dancing, ACL SNAPPING style of the 70's that even the beloved Doobie Brothers (-Michael) hasn't seen lately.