TONY HADLEY, former lead singer from one the biggest bands of the 1980s, Spandau Ballet has announced he will return to Australia in February 2020 for a solo tour with his full band that will see him perform Spandau Ballet’s biggest hits and new material from his new album TALKING TO THE MOON.
Millions know TONY HADLEY as the former front man of Spandau Ballet, which earned him the accolade of one of pop’s great vocalist. His unique voice made him the perfect lead vocalist for the biggest band in the New Romantics music genre exploding out of the United Kingdom in the 80s. Thirty years on, the unmistakable voice of Hadley still brims with passion and urgency as it first did all those years ago. Talking To The Moon was co-written by Tony, with a raft of other talented songwriters. The first single Tonight Belongs To Us and How I Feel About You were both written by Toby Gad (credits include John Legend’s All Of Me and Beyonce’s If I Were A Boy. Fellow 80s alumni Peter Cox and Richard Drummie of Go West contribute on Skin Deep, whilst other album highlights include the operatic Killer Blow (co-written with Blair Mackichan whose work includes Sia, Paloma Faith), and What Am I – a deeply personal track about leaving Spandau Ballet – co-written with Mick Lister.