Thomas Dolby with The Romantics, Thompson Twins' Tom Bailey, and more

Jul 16, 2024  ·  Hartford HealthCare Amphitheater, Bridgeport, CT Hartford HealthCare Amphitheater, Bridgeport, CT

Thomas Dolby
Jul 16
Thomas Dolby
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Formed in Detroit, 1977, The Romantics, known for "That's What I Like About You," blended power pop with a high-energy style. Achieved gold with "In Heat" album, featuring hits like "Talking in Your Sleep." Known for energetic live shows and vintage style.
Formed in 1980, Bow Wow Wow is a British new wave band known for hits like "I Want Candy" and "Go Wild in the Country." Featuring Annabella Lwin, they infused music with Burundi drumming and provocative lyrics. The band left a lasting impact despite a brief initial run.
Formed in Colchester, England, Modern English, known for "I Melt With You," evolved from post-punk to New Wave under producer Hugh Jones. Winner of a Lifetime Achievement Award, the band was featured by DJ John Peel.
Formed in LA, 1978, the Plimsouls blended roots, retro, and punk rock. Known for hits like "A Million Miles Away," and energetic shows led by Peter Case. Briefly rejoined in the '90s. Icons of '80s power pop, influenced by '60s soul and British rock.
Tommy Tutone, an '80s power pop band led by Tommy Heath and Jim Keller, hit fame with "867-5309/Jenny." The song peaked at #4 and went gold, but the band couldn't replicate its success and split after 1983.
Thomas Dolby, key figure in synth pop and new wave, is known for "She Blinded Me with Science" and "Hyperactive." A studio tech and songwriter, he has worked with Foreigner, Def Leppard, and Joan Armatrading.

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