Arts & Culture

‘Human jukebox’ Tony Bowen releases new music

Dubbed the ‘human jukebox’, musician Tony Bowen takes live song requests at all his gigs, via a QR code.

This new quirk originated during lockdown is now Tony’s go-to.

This of course makes every gig unique, enabling him to connect with his audience.

Tony has just released a new album ‘Boy Who Cried Wolf’, that’s available now.

He joined Shadia in the studio to tell us more about innovative ways singers and songwriters are adapting in the ever changing music scene.

Henry Thomas-Aldridge 12th April 2024

TagArts & Culture, LocationCity of London

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