With Christmas 1979 approaching, Spandau Ballet made their debut live show, igniting a pop revolution soon billed the New Romantic movement.
The biennial gala event, Rise up for the Roundhouse, raises vital funds for the venue’s charitable work with 11-30 year-olds.
The event is scheduled to take place at London's prestigious Savoy Hotel on 2 October.
The former Spandau Ballet frontman performs on 28 October at the event which runs for five days across Ireland's bank holiday weekend.
Tony Hadley of Spandau Ballet has announced a new solo tour of the UK. The Big Swing Tour will hit concert halls next March
Make-or-break for Spandau Ballet, the ‘True’ album lived up to Gary Kemp’s ambition to record ‘an album that would… become timeless’.
Chic’s funky, upbeat music went beyond the dancefloor, bringing disco to the mainstream and leaving an influential legacy on pop culture.
In this interview, Spandau Ballet’s Steve Norman reveals the many highs – and the odd low – of being in one of the biggest bands of the 80s.
Chant No.1 (I Don’t Need This Pressure On) confounded critics, its new sound proving Spandau Ballet were outgrowing the New Romantic scene.
Spandau Ballet were at peak fame for the ‘Parade’ album, which signalled a new approach for the former New Romantics turned soul balladeers…
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