Tony Hadley MBE

Tony Hadley MBE, London born and bred, thought his future lay in medicine until as a young lad he won a holiday singing competition. He went on to front 80s New Romantic band Spandau Ballet, earning the accolade of becoming one of pop music’s greatest vocalists.

Tony Hadley.

The band had numerous chart-topping singles and albums, including the epic Through the Barricades, international number one single True and the unofficial London Olympics anthem, Gold. By the mid-80s they were superstars but the band split in 1990. Since then, Tony has carved out a successful solo career with his band, swing bands and orchestras.

In 2018, he released his highly anticipated solo album, Talking To The Moon, which became BBC Radio 2’s Album Of The Week. In 2019, he guested on the Young Voices UK tour, performing with thousands of school children in arenas up and down the country. To mark his 40th anniversary in the business, he has 12 months of tour dates now lined up.

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