British synthesist and Horizon Music recording artist Steve Jolliffe performed at the Dartmouth Art Centre in Devon, England on Friday, November 11. He played new material from the soon-to-be-released "Vision Earth" album, but with a different lineup of instruments from the version performed in October in the Canary Islands. Both concerts were quite successful, with visuals that were very well received by the crowd. He says the powers-that-be in Devon spent 2 million pounds on a new art center complex complete with a state-of-the-art projection system which he used for the show. Devon holds special significance for Steve, for it is where he once made a film called "Drake's Venture", which concerned the English navigator Sir Francis Drake who lived in Devon.
Steve is currently busy buying new keyboards for future concerts, which he wants to be "completely live".