Stephen Betts

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For the Church of England priest, see Steven Betts.

Steve Betts, also known as L. Howard Hughes, is a composer, songwriter and session musician. He formed New Wave band The Books who released three singles and an album Expertise on Logo Records in 1980. Subsequently he was the keyboardist for the band the Associates. He also co wrote and co produced Peter Murphy's first solo album Should the World Fail to Fall Apart, and in the mid 80s he formed Howard Hughes and The Western Approaches, releasing four singles on the Abstract and EG record labels. Betts is currently a member of Vachement Bath. [1] His works have been selected for the 60x60 project in 2004, 2005, and 2006.[2]


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