Tony Hadley is to perform the hits of Spandau Ballet - with Southbank Sinfonia Orchestra - at Nottingham’s Royal Concert Hall on October 15.
Pioneers of the 80s New Romantic movement, Spandau Ballet formed in the late 1970s and had numerous chart topping singles and albums all over the world, some of the most memorable being the singles Gold, Only When You Leave, Lifeline, the epic Through the Barricades and of course the international number one True, the latter famously sampled by PM Dawn in 1991 and featured on Paul Anka’s Rock Swings in 2005.
As lead singer of Spandau Ballet, Tony Hadley has, over the years, earned the accolade of being one of British pop music’s greatest vocalists.
As a solo artist in his own right who has spent the past 20 years entertaining audiences all over the world with his stunning rich voice that has lost none of its power.
To date Tony has released four solo studio albums; State of Play on EMI Records, two albums through Universal Records, a self-titled album in 1998, and True Ballads in 2003.
In 2012, he performed at Team GB House for both our Olympic and Paralympic athletes on the Closing Ceremony nights with Gold becoming the unofficial athletes song.
Ticket details for the show are available from the box office at the Royal Centre on 0115 9895555.