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posted Friday, January 5, 2018 - Volume 46 Issue 01
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'80s singer-songwriter Howard Jones interviewing with Seattle Gay News ahead of Seattle concert

by Albert Rodriguez - SGN A&E Writer

You definitely grew up in the '80s if you know who Howard Jones is. Between 1983 and 1989, the English new wave-pop artist released a succession of hit singles, including 'What is Love?' 'New Song,' 'Things Can Only Get Better,' 'No One is to Blame,' 'Life in One Day,' 'Everlasting Love' and my personal favorite 'Like to Get to Know You Well.' Jones will give a performance on January 24 at the Illsey Ball Nordstrom Recital Hall, inside Benaroya Hall, called 'Howard Jones Solo - The Songs & The Stories,' in which he'll reflect on his long career that spans multiple decades with music and storytelling. But before he sets foot on stage, he's speaking with Seattle Gay News. Get a preview of his upcoming show and find out a little bit more about Howard Jones when he speaks with me next week here in The Music Lounge. For tickets, visit www.seattlesymphony.org/concerttickets.

A trip down to Palm Springs probably sounds pretty good right about now, right? But you might want to wait until April to visit the desert because that's when the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival is happening. The mega music event announced its lineup this week for the upcoming six-day concert, taking place over back-to-back weekends on April 13-15 and April 20-22, at the Empire Polo Club in Indio, about 45 minutes from downtown Palm Springs. The Weeknd (April 13 and 20), Beyonce (April 14 and 21) and Eminem (April 15 and 22) will serve as the headliners, and joining them will be two Seattle acts, Odesza and Fleet Foxes, along with St. Vincent, The War on Drugs, David Byrne, SZA, Haim, Portugal. The Man, First Aid Kit, Vince Staples, Jamiroquai, Miguel, alt-J, Post Malone and Chic featuring Nile Rodgers, just to name some of this year's talent. There are at least two-dozen acts performing on either day and night of the festival, which draws crowds of nearly 100,000 per day. For the complete lineup and ticket information, go to www.coachella.com.

There are a few new concerts to tell you about here in Seattle, beginning with country maverick Lyle Lovett and Texas music legend Robert Earl Keen performing an acoustic show at Tacoma's Pantages Theater on January 26, followed the next evening with an appearance by Grammy winner Marc Cohn, celebrating his 25th anniversary as a recording artist, along with current Grammy nominees The Blind Boys of Alabama on January 27, also at the Pantages Theater. That same night, January 27, country-folk veteran Rosanne Cash is set to play at the Performing Arts & Event Center in Federal Way. Jazz-funk fusion act Snarky Puppy is set to jam at the Moore Theatre on February 26 and Cajun-pop singer-songwriter Madeleine Peyroux has announced a return to Dimitriou's Jazz Alley on May 17-20.

Finally, if you have HBO don't forget to tune in January 8 for the premiere of David Bowie: The Last Five Years, a new documentary showcasing the iconic rocker's most recent personal and professional moments before his death in early 2016, which included two highly acclaimed albums, The Next Day and Blackstar, plus a musical titled Lazarus inspired by the character he played in the 1976 cult film The Man Who Fell to Earth.

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