Where are they now? - Trevor Horn
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The Trevor Horn Band are playing live this summer, according to a May 2018 interview with Matt Cardle (former The X Factor winner), who sang with them in 2017. He said, "I'm definitely doing more shows over the summer with Trevor, and his band are incredible. The songs of his I get to sing are monumental - [SPOILERS—highlight to read] Owner Of A Lonely Heart, The Power Of Love, Relax."
They toured the UK summer 2017, based around a core of Horn
(bass, vocals) and Lol Crème (Art of Noise, ex-10cc, worked
with Yes, Seal; guitar, vocals, keys). They played
various festivals, with Cardle as guest vocalist, including the Rewind Festivals.
Rewind Scotland (21-3 Jul) saw a ~20,000 audience: the Trevor Horn
Band were a 10-piece, including 3 singers, and their set opened
with their instrumental version of "Two Tribes", while the set
also included "Waterfront" with guest vocalist Jim Kerr (Simple Minds), "Slave to the Rhythm", "Owner
of a Lonely Heart", "Video Killed the Radio Star", "Rubber
Bullets" and "Relax" (sung by Cardle). Horn had described the
expected set beforehand as "Two Tribes", "Video Killed the Radio
Star", "Living in the Plastic Age", "Slave to the Rhythm", "Owner
of a Lonely Heart", "Relax". The set at Rewind North (4-6 Aug)
included "Owner of a Lonely Heart" (sung by Cardle). They then
Cropredy Convention on 10 Aug 2017, with a band including Jamie Squire (no
relation; vocals, keys, guitar), Simon Bloor
(lead guitar, lead piano), Cameron
Gower Poole (samples), Julian Hinton (musical director,
Summerfield (drums), Izzy
Chase (worked with Ellie Goulding, Kim
Wilde, Boy George; vocals), Hayley Sanderson (worked with Rick Wakeman;
vocals) and a further guest of Russ Ballard
(ex-Argent). The set was: "Two Tribes" (with some
vocals), "Video Killed the Radio Star" with "Check It Out" insert
(Horn on lead vocals), "All the Things She Said", "Rubber Bullets"
(Crème on lead vocals), "Cry" (originally by Goldey & Creme;
live première; Squire on lead vocals), "Country Dancing" extract
(guitar solo by Ballard, with some percussion backing)/"Since
You've Been Gone" (Ballard on lead vocals), "God Gave Rock and
Roll to You" (originally by Argent; Ballard on lead vocals),
"Slave to the Rhythm" (Chase on lead vocals), "Living in the
Plastic Age" (Horn on lead vocals), "I'm Not in Love" (Crème on
piano, Squire on lead vocals), "Kiss from a Rose", "The Power of
Love" (Cardle on lead vocals), "Owner of a Lonely Heart" (Cardle
on lead vocals; with the original guitar solo as opposed to a
keyboard solo the band has sometimes done previously), "Relax".
The band then played Japan in Aug 2017, including at the Summer Sonic Tokyo
festival on 20 Aug, and 2 nights each on 22-3 Aug in Tokyo. At
least 2 of the Tokyo shows sold out. The band line-up was similar,
with Horn, Crème, Bloor, Gower Poole, Chase, Sanderson and Squire,
but Ash Soan (Sinéad O'Connor,
Adele, Will Young, Rick
Wakeman's English Rock Ensemble, ex-Del Amitri,
ex-Squeeze, worked with Seal, Robbie
Williams) was back on drums. The 20 Aug set list
was: "Two Tribes", "Video Killed the Radio Star", "All the Things
She Said" (Chase/Sanderson on lead vocals), "Rubber Bullets",
"Cry", "Living in the Plastic Age", "Slave to the Rhythm", "The
Power of Love" (Squire on lead vocals), "Owner of a Lonely Heart"
(Squire on lead vocals), "I'm Not in Love", "Sky Show" (this and
the next are from Horn's soundtrack for The
Reflection), "SunSunSunrise" (with 9nine), "Relax"
(Squire on lead vocals). The 22 Aug second show went: "Two Tribes"
(Squire on lead vocals), "Video Killed the Radio Star", "All the
Things She Said", "Rubber Bullets", "Cry", "Living in the Plastic
Age", "Slave to the Rhythm", "The Power of Love", "Can't Fight the
Moonlight", "Owner of a Lonely Heart" (Rick Astley on vocals),
Kiss from a Rose" (planned, but not played),
"I'm Not in Love", "Sky Show", "Future Boyfriends"
(English-language version of "SunSunSunshine"), "Relax"; encore:
"Everybody Wants to Rule the World" (Squire on lead vocals). The
23 Aug second show went: "Two Tribes", "Video Killed the Radio
Star", "All the Things She Said", "Cry", "The Dean and I" (Crème
on lead vocals), "Living in the Plastic Age", "Slave to the
Rhythm", "Rubber Bullets", "Can't Fight the Moonlight", "The Power
of Love", "Owner of a Lonely Heart", "I'm Not in Love", " Kiss
from a Rose" (planned, but not played), "Sky Show",
"Future Boyfriends", "Relax"; encore: "Everybody Wants to Rule the
World", " Message in a Bottle" (planned, but not
played). The planned set for the first show was similar, but with
"I'm Not in Love" planned as the first encore instead of
"Everybody Wants to Rule the World".
The Trevor Horn Band acted as the house band at the Roundhouse
Gala on 16 Mar 2017, with Guy Pratt (worked with
Pink Floyd) on bass and Horn on tambourine for at least
some of the show. This was a charity event raising money for the
Roundhouse's activities with young people. Also performing with
them were Cardle, Ronnie Wood (The Rolling Stones,
ex-Faces)/Imelda May duetting, and Sophie Ellis Bextor.
Roger Daltrey and Wilko Johnson closed the evening, but I don't
know if this was with the Trevor Horn Band or their usual backing,
i.e. with Dylan Howe
The Trevor Horn Band had previously consisted of Horn, Crème, Steve Lipson (Twitter; working
with Ultravox, Ronan Keating, worked with Grace
Jones, S Club 7, Frankie
Goes to Hollywood, Annie Lennox, Will Young; guitar)
and Ashley 'Ash' Soan (Sinéad O'Connor,
Adele, Will Young, Rick Wakeman's
English Rock Ensemble, ex-Del Amitri, ex-Squeeze, worked
with Seal, Robbie Williams;
drums), plus various extra musicians. Horn/Crème/Lipson/Soan were
earlier performing as Producers. The band played the Wickham
Festival, Hampshire in Aug 2016, with Cardle as guest
vocalist. The 1 hour set included "Video Killed the Radio Star",
"Living in the Plastic Age" and, sung by Cardle, "Owner of a
Lonely Heart", "I'm Not in Love", "Kiss from a Rose" and, as the
closer, "Relax". They then played the Rewind South Festival,
Henley that month, again with Cardle and a set including "Relax".
The band included Julian Hinton and Simon Bloor.
They played 3 European dates in Jul 2015, with a line-up
including Horn, Crème, Lipson, Soan, Seal, Jamie Squire (no
Hinton, Kirsten Joy,
Vula Malinga (Twitter; backing
vocals) and another instrumentalist (possibly Simon Bloor?); plus
Jaz Ellington (backing
vocals) on 12 Jul. 13 Jul set: "Welcome to the Pleasuredome", "Two
Tribes", "Video Killed the Radio Star", "The Plastic Age", "All
the Things She Said", "Rubber Bullets", "Louise" (originally by
Jett Rebel); Seal then joined the band and sang "Slave to the
Rhythm", "Kiss from a Rose", "Prayer for the Dying", "Owner of a
Lonely Heart", "I'm Not in Love", "Crazy"; then, without Seal,
"Relax"; encore: "Message in a Bottle" (originally by The Police),
"Leave Right Now". One date included "Video Killed the Radio Star"
inc. "Check It Out" insert. The 12 Jul show included "Message in a
Bottle" with Police drummer Stewart Copeland guesting.
Horn (bass, lead & backing vocals), Lipson (guitar),
Crème (guitar, lead & backing vocals, keys), Soan
(drums) plus Geoff Downes (keys),
Luis Jardim (percussion), Hinton (keys), Kate Westall
(working with Nitin Sawhney; lead &
backing vocals), Joy (lead & backing vocals), J Squire
(lead & backing vocals, percussion), Phil Palmer (Dire Straits Legacy, Eric
Clapton; electric & acoustic guitars) and
Bloor (keys, guitar) played London on 5 Mar 2014. Seal was
due to guest, but appeared on stage to explain he was
unable to due to flu. Other guests were Gabrielle Aplin,
Mr Probz and Ella Eyre. Set:
"Welcome to the Pleasuredome" opening (originally by
Frankie Goes to Hollywood; lead vocals shared by
Westall/Joy/Squire), "The Plastic Age" (The Buggles; Horn
lead vocals, although Seal had asked to sing it), Seal
then came out to apologise for not being able to perform,
"Slave to the Rhythm" (Grace Jones; Westall lead vocals),
"All the Things She Said" (t.A.T.u.; Westall/Joy lead
vocals), "Rubber Bullets" (10cc; Crème lead vocals), "The
Power of Love" (Frankie Goes to Hollywood; Aplin lead
vocals, synth piano), "Why" (Annie Lennox; Aplin lead
vocals, Horn electric upright bass), "Two Tribes" (Frankie
Goes to Hollywood; instrumental), "Soon" excerpt (Yes;
Westall lead vocals)/"Owner of a Lonely Heart" (Yes;
Squire lead vocals, having planned to be Seal), "
2 tracks ("Man on the Moon" and "Every Single Night in
Jamaica") from the Producers album, Made in Basing
Street, are included on 10cc's 3CD Before During
After (and the 2CD version, During After),
which also covers projects by the band members from before
and after 10cc. There are also two Art of Noise tracks and
Godley & Creme's "Cry" that Horn co-produced. The
collection came out in the UK in Jul 2017.
Lipson, Crème and Soan all commonly appear on Horn's productions. Horn, Crème, Braide and Soan were all in The Buggles line-up for a 2010 show, while Lipson and Crème were there for a 2011 show, and The Buggles' set contained elements from The Producers' usual set (see above).
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The Buggles are back with plans for re-issues and possibly live work, although the Sep 2016 issue of Prog quotes their management as saying, "Nothing is set in stone." A new album is also in the works, as is a musical based on "Video Killed the Radio Star" (see next subsection). On 21 Feb 2016, Geoff Downes tweeted, "heading out to LA to do some work with my old chum, Trevor Horn. #thebuggles". Then on 25 Feb came this: "Been really great working this week with my old Buggles buddy, Trevor H. Got some new tunes on the go! More news to follow... 👍🏻😃" In a late Mar 2016 interview with BBC Radio Oxford, after the interviewer talked about Yes, Asia and The Buggles, Downes, "I'm still involved with all three bands today. […] I was working with Trevor Horn a couple of weeks ago in L.A." And in this Apr 2016 interview: "I've been doing some more stuff with Trevor and the Buggles recently". In a Sep 2016 interview, Horn said, "We might be going out touring with The Buggles, me and Geoffrey, just the first two albums". A tweet on 7 Dec 2016 from Downes said: "Down The Docklands this week working with my old Buggles chum, Trevor H. Expect to see some "shake-up" stuff coming your way!" In a Feb 2017 interview, Downes said, "I think Trevor and I may want to do something with The Buggles in the future." Asked on Twitter that month whether they were any closer to some Buggles gigs, he replied, "Not yet [...] but watch this space!" In an Apr 2017 interview, Downes said, "We still do stuff together as The Buggles. [...] We've been doing a bit of writing this last year." In a Jul 2017 interview, Horn said he is, "Currently [...] getting together another version of Video Killed the Radio Star, so that should be fun." In a 4 Nov 2017 radio interview (The Magic Bus, Marlow FM, UK radio), Downes said, "I'm going to be working with Trevor Horn next week on a small project" that they have been working on for the "last year or so". He tweeted on 9 Nov 2017, "Great two days in the studio with my oldest and amazing chum, @Trevor_Horn_ CBE. Some killer songs and ideas in the mix. Says muchly that The Buggles still working together 40 years on!" Asked about keyboards, he followed this up with: "All very early vintage in our world. Rhodes, Solina, Minimoog, Clavinet, Polymoog, Prophet V, etc #thebuggles". To the Feb 2018 issue of Prog, Downes said, "I've been working with Trevor Horn on some stuff and we're thinking that maybe we might do some one-off shows with Buggles." In an early Mar 2018 interview, Downes said, "myself and Trevor Horn are trying to carry on with Buggles. We're kicking around a few ideas and we hope to release something." Asked about new Buggles material in Apr 2018 on Twitter, Downes replied, "There are a few things in the pipeline...that's all I can tell you right now".
2016 article quoted Downes as saying, "We're looking at
releasing some of the old Buggles stuff at some point and we
worked on another couple songs fairly recently[.] There's the
option of maybe putting some more stuff out. [...] next year
 we might do some gigs. We'll take it as it comes, really." Although one of those prior quotes
refers to "new tunes", Prog describes 2016 sessions as "to
work up demos from around the making of [...] Adventures in
Modern Recording"; they also say there will be further
sessions in the autumn. Downes is quoted: "Trevor and I were in
Los Angeles working for a week on some stuff, such as our old
track Dion." While Horn says he wants to re-make
"Vermillion Sands" as "a duet with a [...] jazz singer." Downes is
described as saying an album of new material "can't be ruled out".
Prog also describe a "more extensive concert
schedule" than recent one-off live shows, and Steve Howe
is strongly implied to be on the tour, as well maybe as
additional Yes members. The article reads: "It is also
believed that members of Yes are likely to be involved.
"Especially certain guitar players," Horn told Prog,
possibly hinting at [...] Howe." (This ties in with an
earlier Howe interview.) A report in Sep 2016 has that
Howe will appear on some of the album too, but that he
will probably only guest on selected tour dates. Horn also
from Here - Return Trip, which was of course
built around demos from around the making of Adventures
in Modern Recording and before: see
under Yes for details.
Horn sat in with Steve Hogarth (Marillion) at Hogarth's 10 Dec 2017 solo show in Paris, to perform "Video Killed the Radio Star", as captured on YouTube. Horn also performed "Video Killed the Radio Star" at the Sunday for Sammy charity concert, Newcastle, UK in Feb 2018. A DVD of the show was released 13 Apr 2018, along with a one-off cinema screening on 15 Apr in North Shields.
(Dire Straits) Legacy
Dire Straits Legacy is a band created by former Dire Straits guitarist Phil Palmer (Trevor Horn Band, Eric Clapton). Several other former members of Dire Straits have been involved in the project. Trevor Horn has now joined the band on bass and backing vocals. The rest of the band are Palmer (guitar, vocals, musical director), Alan Clark (Eric Clapton, ex-Dire Straits, ex-Tina Turner; keys), Danny Cummings (ex-Dire Straits, ex-Mark Knopfler, ex-Tina Turner; percussion, vocals), Mel Collins (King Crimson, worked with Chris Squire, Eric Clapton; sax), Steve Ferrone (Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers, worked with Eric Clapton, David Bowie, Paul Simon, Duran Duran; drums), Marco Caviglia (vocals, guitar) and Primiano Di Biase (keys). Horn debuted with the band on their 6-date Brazilian tour 19-27 Jan 2018. Sets were 2.25 hours and included "Money for Nothing". Other pieces expected included "Tunnel of Love", "Walk of Life", "When It Comes to You", "You and Your Friend", and "On Every Street". The band played the Fronterizo Fest 2018, Tijuana, in Apr. They then play Bucharest, Romania on 15 Oct 2018, Helsinki, Finland on 3 Nov and 8 dates 20 Nov-5 Dec dates in Italy, with a set to include material from 3 Chord Trick (see immediately below).
The band, as just Legacy, also
have a new studio album, 3 Chord Trick (Forward
Music Italy), released digitally 24 Nov 2017; physical
release followed. Recordings began Nov 2016 at Ferrone's
LA studio and continued in Rome. The line-up on the album
is listed as Clark (piano, keys, vocals, orchestral
arrangements), Palmer (guitars, vocals), Caviglia
(guitars, vocals), Ferrone (drums, percussion), Cummings
(percussion, vocals), Collins (sax), Horn (bass) and Di
Biase (accordion, additional keys). Pino Palladino and
James East have additional bass credits. Palmer and Clark
in Yescography. Tracks:
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Music) is a cover of the Simon & Garfunkel song by Artists for
Grenfell that Trevor Horn co-produced, with Graham
Stack (worked with Kylie Minogue, Take That,
LeAnnRimes, Tina Turner, John Barrowman) and Tokio
Myers (Britain’s Got Talent winner).
All proceeds go to The
London Community Foundation for distribution to the
victims of the Grenfell
Tower fire. In the video,
we see the single being sung by, in order of appearance:
Stormzy (opening rap), Robbie Williams
(ex-Take That, worked with Trevor Horn), James
Blunt, Rita Ora, Craig David, Dan Smith
(Bastille), Liam Payne (One
Direction), Emeli Sandé, Kelly Jones
(Stereophonics), Paloma Faith, Louis Tomlinson (One Direction), Labrinth, Jorja Smith,
WSTRN (second rap), Leona Lewis, Jessie J, James Arthur,
London Community Gospel Choir, Roger Daltrey
(The Who), Ella Eyre, Anne-Marie
(worked with Clean Bandit), Ella Henderson, Louisa
Johnson (worked with Clean Bandit),
Gareth Malone & The Choir for Grenfell (made from local
children and adults). Also billed as singing are: the rest
of Bastille, 5 After Midnight, Angel, Carl Barât (The Libertines, ex-Dirty Pretty Things),
Deno, Donae'o, Dua Lipa, Fleur East, Geri Halliwell (ex-The Spice Girls), Gregory Porter,
Jessie Ware, John Newman, Jon McClure
(Reverend and The Makers), Matt Goss
(ex-Bros), Matt Terry, Mr Eazi, Nathan Sykes, Omar,
Pixie Lott, Ray BLK, Raye, Shakka, Shane Filan (ex-Westlife), Tom Grennan (worked with Chase & Status), Tony
Hadley (Spandau Ballet), and Tulisa (ex-N-Dubz). Also performing are Brian
May (Queen; guitar), Nile Rodgers (Chic, worked with Diana Ross, David Bowie, Daft
Punk; guitar), Pete Townshend (The
Who; guitar) and Myers (piano).
The single, which was organised by Simon Cowell, was released 21 Jun 2017, just 7 days after the fire, taking 3 days to record. It had the biggest first day UK sales of any single for 10 years with 120,000 equivalent sales. In its first chart week, which I think was only actually its first three days on release, it notched up 170,000 equivalent sales in the UK, the second highest first week sales of the year (after Ed Sheeran's "Shape of You"), and thus made #1. It then fell to #3 in its second week, although it remained #1 on the downloads chart. It was down to #18 (#8 in downloads) in its third week. So far, it has also made #4 in New Zealand, #23 in Finland, #25 in Ireland, #26 in Flanders, #28 in Switzerland, #31 in Hungary, #32 in Austria, #53 in Australia and #111 in France.
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Carl Martin released his digital single "Skinny Little Bastard" on 12 Feb 2017. The b-sides include a live version of the song with Horn (bass), Lipson (acoustic guitar), Lol Crème (acoustic guitar), Ian Broudie (The Lightning Seeds, ex-Big in Japan) and others, which appears to have been recorded in 2010 and can be seen in this video.
In a Prog Magazine podcast (Jun 2014), Chris Squire said, "I was actually with Trevor Horn yesterday, doing a little bit of work in his studio", but it is not known for what project this was.
Work continues on the debut album from opera singer Olivia Safe (La Mia Bocca, worked with Robbie Williams, The Squad), produced by Graham Archer (worked with Robbie Williams, John Legend, Olly Murs) and Julian Hinton (works with Horn, Producers, worked with The Buggles, Seal, The Squad) and with Horn as executive producer. The album will be on SONYArista. It is described as a collection of covers, including of pieces by Damien Rice, Leonard Cohen, Rufus Wainwright and Tim Buckley. Hinton described "putting the finishing touches to [...] Olivia Safe's debut album" on his website.
Art of Noise
In the Apr 2008 interview for Future Music, asked about whether the Art of Noise will be doing anything new, Horn said, "We keep talking about it." He also describes how they worked on a "visual sampler" before The Seduction of Claude Debussy: "So when you hit a note, you get a picture as well as sound. [...] there's about a 20 minute video that Lol Creme did, and I'm going to put it on DVD." JJ Jeczalik told a source that the original band line-up met up in 2014 to discuss a reunion. Art of Noise member Anne Dudley has released Plays the Art of Noise (YouTube preview), which sees her re-interpreting the band's music, including numerous pieces originally with Horn; tracks: "Ten Fingers of Love", "Close (to the Edit) diverted with World's Famous", "A Time for Fear (Who's Afraid)", "Paranoimia", "Beat Box", "Robinson Crusoe", "Legs", "On Being Blue", "Instruments of Darkness", "Moments in Love", "Il Pleure (At the Turn of the Century)", "Backbeat", "Opus 5 Point 5" (based on "Opus 4"), "Camilla", "Finale". The album was released 24 May 2017 in Japan on U/M/A/A (UMA-1092), including a bonus track of a cover of The Buggles' "Video Killed the Radio Star". Release elsewhere will follow.
Released Feb 2015 was the 2CD/1DVD At the End of the Century, consisting of two earlier versions of The Seduction of Claude Debussy. Back in the late 1990s, Horn had assembled a group to be called Image of a Group with Anne Dudley, Paul Morley and Lol Crème and they recorded a concept album about Claude Debussy to have been called Balance - Music for the Eye, but Horn shelved the project and started again when JJ Jeczalik released the Art of Noise band name. That process then produced The Seduction of Claude Debussy. The second disc of At the End of the Century is the initial promo version of The Seduction of Claude Debussy, featuring some alternate mixes and a different track order. There are also four remixes of "Dreaming" by Brothers in Rhythm, which were planned for a single release but not used at the time. The DVD (Region 0) then features two complete live shows (1 Jun and 22 Mar 2000), plus electronic press kits, rehearsal footage and promotional videos.
Salvo released a 12" picture version of "Moments in Love" for Record Store Day 2017.Compilations/re-releases
Propaganda's A Secret Wish, which Horn co-mixed and performed on, was re-released on 26 Jan 2018 through BMG on CD and LP, with the original track listings, which differ by format. There are new liner notes by Ian Peel, who has interviewed the band and producer Stephen Lipson.
Horn produced and played some keys on parts of Paul McCartney's 1989 solo album, Flowers in the Dirt. As is the whole of McCartney's solo discography, this received an expanded re-issue and is due 24 Mar 2017 on MPL/Capitol/UMe. Tracks on the 2CD or 2LP Special Edition:
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co-produced and performed on the Pet Shop Boys' 2006
album Fundamental. The album
was re-released in the band's "Further Listening" series
through Rhino on 28 Jul 2017 with a remaster of the original
album and a bonus disc covering 2005-7, containing:
The Pet Shop Boys are re-issued their expanded, 2CD version of Introspective, also produced by Horn, on 2 Mar 2018.
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Symphony are on Marc Almond's new compilation, Hits
and Pieces – The Best of Marc Almond & Soft Cell,
released 10 Mar 2017. The Godley & Creme album The
History Mix Volume 1, which Horn co-produced, is
included as part of their forthcoming 5CD boxset, Body
of Work, due 8 Sep 2017 in the UK. The set encompasses
all their albums for Polydor, plus various b-sides and
extended mixes, and has been put together with Kevin Godley
and Lol Crème (The
Trevor Horn Band).
Horn guested at 2 live shows by Hans Zimmer (ex-The Buggles) in Frankfurt and London in Jun 2017. He performed "Video Killed the Radio Star", singing and playing bass, with Zimmer on electric guitar, backed by Zimmer's band and singers. This was the Trevor Horn Band arrangement incorporating "Check It Out" at the end, but with Horn and Zimmer sharing the rap with new lyrics.
Horn has headed up the SPZ Group, the entertainment business which included two record labels, ZTT and Stiff Records; Perfect Songs (music publishing company); Music Bank (backline hire and rehearsal studio facilities); and The Workplace (a London business centre). However, ZTT, Stiff Records and Perfect Songs were sold to Universal Music Group in Dec 2017 (although some of Stiff Records' back catalogue is exempt from the deal). Horn said, "Jill [Sinclair, his wife who died in 2014] started Perfect Songs and ZTT in the 80's and I'm extremely proud of what she achieved. Lucian Grainge [Chairman and CEO of Universal] and Jill were really good friends so I'm pleased that these catalogs are going to Universal." Horn is managed by Sandy Dworniak. The new SARM Music Village in Ladbroke Grove, London officially opened in Apr 2015. The old Sarm Studios site is being re-developed: Horn and Crème did an April's fools about it here.
Horn's Sarm West Coast studios, where Yes among many recorded, burnt down on 6 Dec 2017 in the Californian wildfires. as Horn described in a tweet. In a Mar 2018 BBC Radio 5 interview, Horn said Sarm West is being developed into apartments.
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