Huey Lewis, of Huey Lewis and the News, is tired of recorded music at sporting events. In a seemingly out-of-nowhere blog post on his website, Lewis argues that "the fairly recent (in historical terms) proliferation of the pre-recorded stuff has begun to seriously degrade the experience of going to a ballgame."

Among Lewis's reasons for implementing a ban on the (cost-effective) alternative to a live music:

-- It doesn't sound good.
-- Live music can be a "boon to the local culture."
-- Overplayed anthems annoy everyone.

"I'm a big fan of live organists," he writes. "The worst live organist is better than the best pre-recorded music."

Lewis is currently touring and celebrating the 30th anniversary for the band's "Sports" album.

You can read the whole blog post here or just check out the band singing the national anthem below.

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