Howard Jones at the Howard Theatre: Albums Human's Lib and Dream Into Action
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The last date listed for Howard Jones was Thursday July 5, 2012 / 8:00pm (Doors at 6:00pm).
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The Howard Theatre welcomes Carolyn Wonderland to the stage for a night of Texas blues. The award-winning singer, with acclaimed albums including Alcohol & Salvation, Bloodless Revolution, and most recently, Miss Understood, has earned serious street cred among her peers. Bob Dylan calls himself a fan, Bonnie Raitt has been her duet partner and the rowdy crowd of the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally stopped to listen when she sang the national anthem. Folks from House of Blues Radio's Elwood's BluesMobile to Don Imus, from Guitar Player Magazine to The Huffington Post are talking about Wonderland's music. Steeped in the Texas blues tradition, Wonderland is a master of the guitar along with the trumpet, accordion, piano and lap steel. Learn More
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Howard Jones has still got it in spades. The show was a delight.
Also, the venue was phenomenal. The Howard Theater is gorgeous, comfortable and staffed with some of the most courteous, professional folks in the District.
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If you like Howard Jones, you will love the performance. The venue is comfortable. The staff is professional, responsive, yet somewhat pushy, and food prices are high. No matter how you order your hamburger, it will come well done :). Otherwise...continued
Anyone who was around in the mid to late eighties will remember Jones’ 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.