The ex-vocalist of Spandau Ballet was one of the greatest pop artists of the 80s. The most visible face of the New Romantics movement, which dominated the decade with an unbeatable list of singles that were number one such as “Gold”, “Only When You Leave”, “Lifeline”, the epic “Through The Barricades” and, of course, the great success “True”.
Tony Hadley contributed in the charity single “Do They Know It’s Christmas” and participated in the famous Live Aid concert held in London in 1985.
He also performed at the concert dedicated to Nelson Mandela at Wembley Stadium in 1988. As a soloist he has released five albums, including one with swing hits, “Passing Strangers” (2006), and “The Christmas Album” (2015). Hadley continues to offer unforgettable concerts with his band of six musicians, where of course, he plays the great hits of Spandau Ballet, and honors great crooners like Tony Benet or Frank Sinatra.