Lambert Jackson has today announced John Owen-Jones: Celebrating his 50th Birthday, a special one-off concert to mark this milestone.
Featuring some of John’s favourite songs with a 5-piece band, the concert will be performed live at Cadogan Hall with a socially distanced audience, and will also available to live-stream via Vimeo on Saturday 19 June 2021, 5pm.
John Owen-Jones said today:
“It’s been well over a year since I last performed a solo show to a live audience and I’m really excited about getting back on stage and performing at one of my favourite venues in London, the gorgeous Cadogan Hall. It’s going to be a great night. What a way to celebrate the big five oh!”
John Owen-Jones’ theatre credits include Les Miserables (West End/Broadway – he remains the youngest actor in history to have played Jean Valjean) and The Phantom of the Opera (West End – he has played The Phantom more than any actor in the show’s West End history); and was a special guest in both the Les Miserables and The Phantom of the Opera 25th anniversary concerts.
John Owen-Jones has performed in concert all over the world in venues such as the Royal Albert Hall, London, Carnegie Hall, New York and the Bolshoi Theatre, Moscow.
John Owen-Jones has released six solo albums: Hallelujah (2006), John Owen-Jones (2009), Unmasked (2011), Rise (2015), Bring Him Home (2017) and his most recent album Spotlight was released in 2019 and featured The City of Prague Philharmonic Orchestra.