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John Howard is a British singer-songwriter whose albums Kid In A Big World, Technicolour Biography and Can You Hear Me OK?, recorded in the mid ’70s, were reissued by RPM Records thirty years later. He returned to recording in 2004 and has since released several albums of new material, The Dangerous Hours (2005), As I Was Saying (2006), Same Bed Different Dreams (2007), Barefoot With Angels (2008), Navigate Home (2009), Exhibiting Tendencies (2011), You Shall Go To The Ball! (2012), Storeys (2013), ‘Hello, My Name Is’ (2014) plus a series of E.P.s.

Howard has also released three live albums, two recorded in Manchester in 2006.

‘Live at The Servant Jazz Quarters’ recorded at his November 2013 gig there, featured guitarist Robert Rotifer, bassist Andy Lewis and drummer Ian Button.

In 2015 Howard teamed up once more with Rotifer, Lewis and Button for the writing and recording collaborative project John Howard & The Night Mail for their eponymous debut on Tapete Records.


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  • Godisfinger

    Wonderfull. His version of The Bewlay Brothers is almost as good as Bowies original. But just almost, nothings better than Bowie.

    1 Nov 2008 Reply
  • hank_kingsley

    So, who's in the photo now?

    26 Feb 2008 Reply
  • jonahtakalua

    He's not PM anymore :o

    28 Nov 2007 Reply
  • fredinator3k

    Good election.

    24 Nov 2007 Reply
  • lordcthulhu

    I'm voting for him.

    22 Oct 2007 Reply
  • Glitterheart

    Hi Hank, the pic of John Howard on here is of '70s John Howard', but taken in 2006 when he was doing a gig at the 12 Bar Club in Denmark Street, London, to promote his then latest album As I Was Saying. cheers

    2 Jun 2007 Reply
  • hank_kingsley

    Which one is the picture of? The 70s John Howard is really good. The Australian prime minister however...

    12 May 2007 Reply
  • samtam

    I swear I wont vote for him when i turn 18.

    17 Nov 2006 Reply

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