John Du Prez is a musician and composer best known as a past member of 1980's multi-hit New Wave Salsa group Modern Romance (1981-83). The band achieved eight top-forty hits and two hit albums and John - who played trumpet with Modern Romance - even had a song named after him: 'Who Is John Du Prez?', the b-side to the group's hit 'Cherry Pink and Apple Blossom White'...See full bio »
1989A Chorus of Disapproval
(arranger: "All Through the Night" - uncredited, "Fox May Steal" - uncredited, "But He So Pleased Me" - uncredited, "O Polly" - uncredited, "Let the Chemist Toil" - uncredited, "Beautiful Dreamer" - uncredited, "The Man Who Broke the Bank at Monte Carlo" - uncredited, "The Man on the Flying Trapeze" - uncredited, "Which Way Shall I Turn?" - uncredited, "O What Pain" - uncredited, "Turk" - uncredited)
(2010-2011) His musical, "Spamalot," was performed at the Drury Lane Oakbrook Theatre in Chicago, Illinois with Matthew Crowle and Gina Milo in the cast. William Osetek was director. Roberta Duchak was musical director. Jesse Klug was lighting designer.
See more »
Whilst a member of 1980s pop band Modern Romance, John Du Prez shared in the following hit singles: 'Cherry Pink and Apple Blossom White' b/w 'Who Is John Du Prez?' (1982) UK #15; 'Best Years of Our Lives' b/w 'We've Got Them Running (The Counting Song) (1982) UK #4; 'High Life' b/w 'You Just Can't...
See more »