Howard Jones On New Music Project 'Engage'

(FOX 11) - English singer-songwriter Howard Jones has a new project called "Engage" which brings together classical, pop, cinematic and electronic influences -- mixed with ballet, contemporary dance and philosophy.

RELATED | Watch Howard Jones' interview on Studio 11 LA

Jones rose to fame in the mid to late eighties his first two albums "Human's Lib" and "Dream into Action," sitting high on the charts in the UK, USA, Germany, Italy, Sweden, Canada, Australia and many other countries.

He created hits like "What is Love?," "Pearl in the Shell," "Hide and Seek," "Like to Get to Know You Well," "Look Mama," "Things Can Only Get Better," "Everlasting Love" and "No One is To Blame," which reached No.1 in the US.

Jones recently announced his North American tour. Click here to see the locations and ticket information.

He stopped by Studio 11 LA Monday evening to talk about his new project "Engage," which will be released March 17.

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