Howard Jones - The Songs, The Piano, & The Stories





Egyptian Theatre
328 Main Street
PO Box 3119
Park City UT 84060
435-649-9371

September 4, 2015 8:00PM
Ages: All Ages

Event Showtimes:

Fri
September 4, 2015 / 8:00PMBuy Tickets
Sat
September 5, 2015 / 8:00PMBuy Tickets
Sun
September 6, 2015 / 6:00PMBuy Tickets

Online Tickets:

Balcony: $39.00
Cabaret: $65.00
House: $39.00
Preferred Front of House: $49.00

Tickets are available for purchase at the door for an additional $5 per ticket.


TICKETS:
HOUSE: $39
FRONT-OF-HOUSE: $49
CABARET: $65

TICKETS SOLD AT DOOR 30 MIN PRIOR TO SHOW ARE $5 MORE
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Howard Jones solo shows are an intimate trip through Howard's 30 year music career. Many of his best known songs were composed on his favourite instrument the piano. Howard shares behind the scenes stories and reveals the inspiration behind the songs in these rare acoustic shows. Not to be missed!

It was in 1983 that Howard Jones first burst upon the contemporary music scene and brought his very English song-writing and pioneering synthesizers to an unsuspecting world. Anyone who was around in the mid to late eighties will remember those high energy gigs and his first two albums Human’s Lib and Dream into Action. They lived in the higher reaches of the album charts in the UK, USA, Germany, Italy, Sweden, Canada, Australia and many other countries in the 1984-86 period and the hits kept coming New Song, What is Love?, Pearl in the Shell, Hide and Seek,(which he performed at Live Aid in 1985), Like to Get to Know You Well, Look Mama, Things Can only Get Better, Everlasting Love and the quintessential No One is To Blame, which reached No.1 in the US.

 A classically trained pianist, Jones applied his technique to the early synths particularly the Roland Juno 60, the Jupiter 8 and the Moog Prodigy. He also pioneered the classic Roland 808 drum machine and the Sequential Pro-One. In the early days he was triggering sequencers live on stage whilst playing and singing, something that no one had done before.

These days he still operates on the cutting edge of today’s technology and has been one of the leading exponents of the Roland Fantom G8 and the Roland V-piano. He has also been working closely with Roland on the development of the 2011 Jupiter 80.