Artists will go on a musical dot to dot journey of the tracks which have led them to who they are today, the March event featuring Jack Hues
The Defining Ten event overview
The Defining Ten is where an artist/creative is invited to take people on a journey of the musical tracks which have led them to who they are today. These could be the first song they have a memory of, first purchase, first song they learnt to play, the track which opened doors, the track which closed doors, a track which inspired and led to a new musical direction.
These tracks will be played in turn and will then be discussed, with the evening ending with a unique performance and a chance to meet the artist.
March event with Jack Hues
The March event will bring to Worthing Jack Hues – as frontman for duo Wang Chung he had success in the 80s with singles “Dancehall Days” and “Everybody Have Fun Tonight.” He was the only composer asked to work twice with William Friedkin (The French Connection, The Exorcist, Sorcerer) scoring the films To Live And Die In L.A and The Guardian.
Ticket prices and options vary: musicsaves.co.uk