Peter Vogel Instruments is proud to announce that legendary CMI-early adopter Thomas Dolby will be playing the CMI-30A on stage when he visits Australia for the first time in Feb 2012.
As well as his pop-synth hits of the 80s (e.g. She Blinded Me With Science), Dolby has had a fascinating career ranging from inventing the ringtone generator that’s been used in billions of phones to his current role as musical director of the TED conference. Last year he released his first solo album in 20 years. He is a keen exponent of digital media and his new album was accompanied by an online game.
The first show is on Monday 13th Feb and this will be a talk and audience Q&A with Dolby and me, hosted by Tim Ritchie (not a performance).
The second night is Tues 14th Feb and this will be a solo performance. The evening will be opened by Stephen Taberner and friends.
More details and ticket purchases here:
Thomas Dolby’s website: http://www.thomasdolby.com