Synopsis by Matthew Tobey
With a string of new wave-tinged hits, Howard Jones was one of the defining artists of the sound of pop music in the 1980s. After two decades of performing, Jones celebrated his illustrious career with this concert, which spanned nearly three hours and featured four distinct sets. Among the songs included in Howard Jones: 20th Anniversary Concert Live at the Shepherd's Bush are "No One Is to Blame," "Don't Always Look at the Rain," "Like to Get to Know You Well," and many others.
pop-rock, concert, New-Wave, pop-music, synthesizer