The American rock/pop band Huey Lewis and the News hail from the city of San Francisco, California. The band, which has been performing since 1979, and reached their pinnacle in the mid 1980s to the early 1990s. The band's membership is led by original members Huey Lewis, Sean Hopper, Bill Gibson and Johnny Colla, plus an assortment of musicians added over the years. The band began as a combination of former members from two other bands that were struggling for success in the Bay Area. The new band was formed and signed with Chrysalis Records in 1979. The band's first two album released gained modest success for the group. However, their third offering entitled Sports (1983) jumped up and sold over 10 million copies worldwide. The album's sales pushed the album to No. 1 on the Billboard 200 Albums Chart and No. 3 in Canada. The album featured a series of four songs ("Heart and Soul", "I Want a New Drug", "The Heart of Rock & Roll" and "If This Is It"), that landed in the top 10 on the US Billboard Hot 100. Sports still goes down as one of the most popular and adored of American rock albums released. In 1985, Huey Lewis and the News provided the song "The Power of Love" for the soundtrack of the highly successful feature film Back to the Future. The song peaked at No. 1, becoming the first of three number one hits for the band. Both of those other songs, "Stuck with You" and "Jacob's Ladder", came from the group's follow up album Fore (1986), which also topped the Billboard 200. Since 1988, the band has released five more albums. The group has received several Grammy nominations over the years, winning one for Best Music Video, Long Form for “The Heart of Rock 'n' Roll” in 1986. They continue to play high-energy live shows across the country and beyond.