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I just returned from his concert in Lisle, IL at the Morton Arboretum. It was awesome!!He is fan-friendly and now I learn he is environmentally friendly as well. Upon doing a search I came across these articles. I am happy that he is supporting the land. People in Montana got thier wish, but I think they did it disrespectfully as did the previous owners. They should hold some responsibility and so should the real estate company as I am sure they knew of the land situation. They should be please that they have good people living in their community who can help maintain the land and support their enviromental efforts. I was also happy to learn that Huey is a down-to-earth type of person. Based on these articles and how you described his home contents, he seems like he is just being himself. We all work and want to come home to a nice place we have created to our liking. He has accomplished that!! I also learned that he had a heart condition. I didn't know that! He looks great and still has the moves of a 20 year old. Music makes him happy and the environment keeps his active. Well, I want to thank you for posting these interviews. They were really good. Huey has been my favorite since the 80s. He always seemed to be a very private person, which is one of the reasons I respect him!! So these articles have really shed some light on my favorite man....thank you so much!! Michele Govea, Chicago, IL 7.24.10.

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    Most Montanans peg Huey Lewis as an out-of-touch carpetbagger here to hoard the Bitterroot for himself. When the pop star called us from a hospital bed asking to tell his side, who were we to say no?
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