Howard Jones is back on the road Stateside. He'll next play on Monday night (February 24) in San Antonio, Texas at Studio Theater At The Tobin Center. He'll be on the road for the primarily East Coast run through March 26th, when he hits Atlanta's City Winery Atlanta.

Jones, who was a synth pop pioneer, will always be best known for his batch of MTV-favorite hit singles from the ’80s, including “No One Is To Blame” (#4), “Things Can Only Get Better” (#5), “What Is Love” (#33), “Life In One Day” (#19), and “Everlasting Love” (#12), among others.

Howard Jones is no stranger to massive crowds — having been among the performers at the historic 1985 Live Aid concerts. He told us today, he's far more comfortable playing club dates and theaters: ["There is more contact because with the arenas they can’t get to you unless you go out. And if you go out into the. . .  Y’know, I did it a few times and it, sort of, caused a riot and that’s not good for the other people that are playing. So in the club tours it’s much easier to see people.”] SOUNDCUE (:15 OC: . . . to see people)

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