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Huey Lewis: It's Hip To Be Nice

Ben Fong-Torres, San Francisco Chronicle, 1 February 1987

BOB BROWN was a young, successful stock trader from New York who got transferred to San Francisco, settled in peaceful Mill Valley, happened onto a mellow pop-rock band called Pablo Cruise, became its manager, helped it get a platinum album and, in 1979, was just beginning to get bored with the record business.

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