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Howard Jones - Singer/Songwriter At The Atlantic Theater

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HOWARD JONES  

SINGER SONGWRITER APPEARS

THURSDAY JULY 3RD AT 8:00PM

THE ATLANTIC THEATER – JUPITER, FL  

Howard Jones, pop star and singer-songwriter, whose adult contemporary hits include: No One Is To Blame, Everlasting Love and Things Can Only Get Better, and has sold over 8 million albums worldwide, appears live at The Atlantic Theater in Jupiter on July 3rd at 8:00pm.  The visit is part of a current tour this year that is bringing Howard all over the world with stops in: Scotland, Italy, Slovakia, Denmark and the US, with a final stop in England in September for a 25th Anniversary Concert as well as preparations for a new album release later this year.  The show will be an electronic duo performance with two keyboards, Howard will be accompanied by Robbie Bronnimann.

Tickets to the show will be $35.00 and can be purchased by calling the Atlantic Theater box office at 561-575-4942 or tickets can be purchased online at www.theatlantictheater.com.

With a large and loyal fan base and album sales now exceeding eight million, Howard Jones has been a consummate musician and writer and has maintained an admirable independence; writing, recording, performing and touring in the way only he knows how. He has proved that he is one of the most talented writers and performers out there. His independent attitude and his ability and willingness to take risks ensure that he continues to operate on the cutting edge of today's music.

Please visit the following link to learn more about Howard Jones:          www.howardjones.com   

The Atlantic Theater

6743 W. Indiantown Rd #34

Jupiter, Florida 33458

Box office: 561-575-4942

email info@theatlantictheater.com

www.theatlantictheater.com

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