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MORNING MADNESS AT MAX'S
[STATEWIDE Edition]
Hartford Courant - Hartford, Conn.
Author: SEREMET, PAT||||||-- Wire Reports Included
Date: Jul 26, 2002
Start Page: D.1
Section: LIFE
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[Huey Lewis] is another longtime friend of [Chris Berman], meeting him first at ESPN's 10th anniversary party, where Huey Lewis and the News performed. It has become a tradition for Berman to join Lewis on stage to sing "Walking on a Thin Line" with him. When Lewis plays at the careerbuilder.com Oakdale Theatre in Wallingford Aug. 15, Berman will likely do it again.

Lewis had a funny story about his visit to Hartford. On Wednesday night, Berman took Lewis and [Jim Kelly] out to dinner at Morton's Steak House, and the Dave Matthews band, playing Hartford Thursday and Friday nights, was dining in another room. When Lewis left Morton's, he was handed a note from the band challenging him to a round of golf, $100 a hole.

PHOTOS (4): (b&w), PHOTOS AT LEFT AND BOTTOM RIGHT BY PATRICK RAYCRAFT; OTHER PHOTOS BY PAT SEREMET / BOTH OF THE HARTFORD COURANT; TAPING AN ESPN promo featuring anchor Chris Berman in West Hartford Thursday were, clockwise from photo at right: morning in Max's Oyster Bar.Clockwise, are Berman, right, and five New England Patriot cheerleaders framing Max's owner [Rich Rosenthal] framed by Patriots cheerleaders (from left) Jenny Eskander, Melinda McGrath, Daryl Driscoll, Kristie Borges and Nicole Schell; former Buffalo Bills quarterback Jim Kelly; Huey Lewis and Berman; and legendary football coach and new ESPN game analyst [Bill Parcells] with Steve Young, former 49ers great from Greenwich

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