rock & alternative

Trevor Horn

Experience the musical glories of the greatest decade of them all at a live show designed by Trevor Horn, founding member of The Buggles.

After recording the chart-topping 1979 hit ‘Video Killed the Radio Star’, Horn, former member of Art of Noise and the producer who created the sound of the 1980s, worked on ABC’s ‘Lexicon of Love’, ‘Owner of a Lonely Heart’ by Yes, and Frankie Goes to Hollywood’s number one hits ‘Relax’, ‘Two Tribes’ and ‘The Power of Love’.

He was the first producer since George Martin to be number one simultaneously in the US, with Yes, and the UK, with Frankie Goes to Hollywood, and with Malcolm McLaren in 1982 created the UK’s breakthrough rap hit ‘Buffalo Gals’.

Horn has since produced stars including Rod Stewart, Tina Turner, Belle and Sebastian, Bryan Ferry, LeAnn Rimes, Faith Hill, t.A.T.u., Pet Shop Boys, and Robbie Williams. He has received numerous awards for his production work, including a Grammy for Seal’s single, ‘Kiss From A Rose’ in 1996.

A Trevor Horn Production features many of the musicians that played on those records, along with some very special guest vocalists.

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Queen Elizabeth Hall


£20 - £25
Booking fee: £3.50 (Members £0.00)
£20, £25


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Age recommendation
For ages 14+.