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Howard Jones Preps 30th Anniversary Gigs

by Roger Wink, VVN Music on March 21, 2013

in News

Howard Jones will play two special U.K. concerts in November that will combine a look back at his career along with the premier of a new, long-form, work.

Howard Jones, Noise11, photo

Howard Jones photo by Simon Fowler

The concerts will be divided into three parts:

– Unplugged acoustic set featuring rarely performed album tracks and b-sides.

– Premier of a new composition incorporating multimedia, new technology and audience participation.

– Electric set with his best known songs including What is Love, Hide and Seek, Like to Get to Know You Well and Things Can Only Get Better.

Tickets for the two shows go on sale this Friday. All ticket holders will receive a 30th anniversary CD with a personal selection of Jones’ favorite recordings from over the years.

The dates:
11/29 – London, England – 02 Shepherds Bush Empire
11/30 – Birmingham, England – 02 Academy

Read more at VVN Music

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