Hide and Seek Music, in association with Howard Jones Touring Ltd. and FML (Friars Management Ltd.) present Howard Jones performing his multimillion selling albums Human's Lib and Dream Into Action, 2 classic albums that defined a generation, one night only at London's IndigO2.
On Nov. 6 Howard Jones is scheduled to return to London's IndigO2 "with a gig showcasing his first two albums Human’s Lib and Dream Into Action played in their entirety. This show will be a multimedia event incorporating specially commissioned visuals, which will compliment the songs from each album which will be recreated using modern and classic synthesizers."
Human's Lib, Howard's debut, was released in 1984 and went to #1 in the UK. Four singles were released from the album, "New Song," "Hide and Seek," "What Is Love," and "Pearl In The Shell."
Dream Into Action was released in 1985 and went to #2 in the UK. From this album came "Life in One Day," "Things Can Only Get Better," "Like to Get to Know You Well," and the original version of "No One Is to Blame."
A "radio friendly" version of "No One Is to Blame" was recorded after the success of the previous singles from the album and featured Phil Collins on backing vocals and drums. "No One Is to Blame" is Howard's highest charting song in the US, reaching #4.
Tickets for the IndigO2 show will go on general sale this Saturday, Apr. 17.
Photo: The O2