'80s Pop Star Howard Jones in Concert at Scullers Jazz Club
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The last date listed for Howard Jones was Thursday October 8, 2009 / 8:00pm.
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As one of the most prolific songwriters and energetic performers in the 80’s, Howard Jones’ discography reads like a “who’s-who” of chart success, scoring four top 10’s and ten top 40 hits, on multiple charts, including: “No One is to Blame” (peaked at #1, 1986), “Everlasting Love” (peaked at #1, 1989), “Things Can Only Getg Better” (peaked at #5, 1985), “Lift Me Up” (peaked at #10, 1992), “Life in One Day” (peaked at #16, 1985) “You Know I Love You… Don’t You?” (peaked at #17, 1986) “The Prisoner” (peaked at #24, 1984), “New Song” (peaked at #27, 1984), “What is Love?” (peaked at #33).
In addition to his recording successes, Howard’s live performances have been well known for their high-energy (the “electric shows”) and personable intimacy (the "acoustic/duo shows). In fact, Howard continues to hold attendance records in certain markets/venues across the country.
At Scullers, experience these chart-topping, musical gems in an evening to remember featuring Howard Jones, performing “electric” for the first time in many years, with the added “taste” of acoustic versions.
Howard Jones’s latest album release, Ordinary Heroes, is scheduled for an October 2009 release. The track “Soon You’ll Go” features the Morristown Orpheus Male Voice Choir, and is arguably the most moving piece of songwriting that Howard has ever produced and is likely to be the first single.
About the Ticket Supplier: Scullers Jazz ClubScullers Jazz Club sets a new standard for Jazz Clubs in Boston and throughout the United States with a World-Class roster of renowned Jazz Artists, a stellar sound system and an intimate setting reminiscent of the classic Jazz Clubs of the past.
Since its inception in October of 1989, Scullers Jazz Club has become a Boston landmark for visitors to the area as well as local Bostonian's who have become valued friends over the years.