Any true fan of the 80’s will admit to being blinded by Science with the help of Thomas Dolby. Dolby brought electric pop to the forefront of the music scene in the early 80’s, introducing his talents with keyboards and synthesizers, making hits, and clearing a direct path to the music charts with his new wave stylings. Dolby has since been deemed a studio musician, working with fellow 80’s sensations, Def Leppard and Foreigner, as well as a multitude of other artists throughout the decades and has released a few albums along the way, including: “The Golden Age of Wireless”, “The Flat Earth”, “Aliens Ate My Buick”, “Astronauts and Heretics”, and his most recent release, “A Map of the Floating City”.
Thomas Dolby is indeed innovative, and his current tour proves just how avant-garde before you even walk in the door as he is traveling with a Time Capsule in tow. It will give fans a chance to relay a message to the future and later watch it on YouTube, Facebook, and Twitter. Orlando residents can catch Dolby and step inside the inventive Time Capsule on March 18th at the Social.
The Time Capsule Tour will feature: Aaron Lewis and Ben Belcher
Time: 6:00 pm
Ticket prices: $20.00 – $25.00
Visit: ThomasDolby.com for more ticket information.