Huey Lewis and the News keep on delivering

Huey Lewis, the man who sings about the virtues of a “Couple Days Off,” says that it’s important to get just that every once in a while.

While they’re no longer at the 300-shows-a-year pace they were on in the ’80s, and the venues might be smaller than when they were touring behind hits such as “Do You Believe in Love?,” “Heart and Soul,” “I Want a New Drug” and a passel of chart-topping hits, Lewis says that life in the News is sometimes “more fun than it ever has been.” He uses the line from a Toby Keith song about aging to make his point: “We’re not as good as we once were, but we’re as good once as we ever were.”

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