The founding member of The Buggles reimagines the 1980s, with The Sarm Orchestra plus Matt Cardle, Steve Hogarth and Russ Ballard.
Trevor Horn performs songs from his recent hit album Trevor Horn Reimagines The Eighties, backed by his band and a full orchestra.
After recording the chart-topping 1979 hit ‘Video Killed the Radio Star’, Horn created the sound of the 1980s through his production work. The hitmaker 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. In 1982, with Malcolm McLaren, Horn created the UK’s breakthrough rap hit ‘Buffalo Gals’.
Horn has since produced stars including Rod Stewart, Tina Turner, Pet Shop Boys, and Robbie Williams. His production work has earned him three Brit Awards, a Grammy, an Ivor Novello Award and a CBE.
Joining Horn is Matt Cardle, Steve Hogarth and Russ Ballard.