’80s synth star returns to the stage to share sweeping pop songs; Men Without Hats perform “The Safety Dance” while trance DJ BT supports
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Howard Jones Transform Tour 2019
- His sound: of his 15 Top-40 singles, 80% are peppy synth pop that wouldn’t be out of place in an ’80s comedy montage,
- And the other 20%? melancholic piano ballads made for a breakup montage in an ’80s drama
- Hits that drained Walkmen batteries: “Like to Get to Know You Well,” “Things Can Only Get Better,” “Life in One Day”
- Hit that drained tear ducts across the globe: the heartbreaking “No One Is To Blame,” which became Howard’s biggest hit in the U.S.
Men Without Hats
- What you know them for: their 1982 hit “The Safety Dance,” which rocketed to the top of the American, Canadian, and British charts
- Why the lack of hats?: Growing up in Montreal, the founding members of the Men Without Hats always put “style before comfort,” which meant no hats on their heads even during the icy Montreal winters.
- The latest: In 2012, the Men Without Hats put out their seventh studio album Love in the Age of War, which includes songs “Head Above Water” and “Devil Comes Round.”
- BT: One of the most established artists in electronic music, this Grammy-nominated DJ has been producing trance and ordering his sandwiches without lettuce since the early ’90s. He’s even worked on the soundtracks for such films as The Fast and the Furious.
- Also appearing: All Hail the Silence
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About The Paramount Theatre
An oasis for arts-loving crowds tired of taking malfunctioning teleporters to the city, the cavernous Paramount draws in major acts to spare fans stressful commutes. The venue buzzes with a true rock 'n' roll vibe, beaming with a nocturnal color scheme decorated with whimsical local art and exposed brick walls.