Tony Hadley Celebrates 40th Anniversary of Music with Release of New Tour Dates and Tickets
Tony Hadley is a singer who has one of Britain’s most renowned and memorable voices through his time with his ex-band Spandau Ballet and his solo career. He has performed all over the world and in 2022, he will be touring the UK to celebrate his 40th anniversary of music and singing. Tickets go on-sale Friday 11th June which you can purchase here.
The singer will perform with his band, ‘The Fabulous TH Band’ and they will perform at 36 different venues across the country from Bexhill De La Warr Pavilion, East Sussex, to the Usher Hall, Edinburgh. Tony Hadley will perform songs from his 40 years of singing and performing, including his time as a solo artist and with his previous band, Spandau Ballet. You can expect classics and favourites such as ‘Gold’, ‘Obvious’, ‘True’, ‘Build Me Up’ and many more.
1st March Bexhill De La Warr Pavilion 2nd March Croydon Fairfield Halls 4th March High Wycombe The Swan 5th March Guildford G Live 6th March Bournemouth BIC Pavilion Theatre 8th March Cheltenham Town Hall 9th March Cardiff St David’s Hall 11th March Llandudno Venue Cymru Theatre 12th March Liverpool Philharmonic 13th March Stoke Victoria Hall 15th March Leicester De Montfort Hall 16th March Sheffield City Hall 18th March Hull City Hall 19th March Halifax Victoria Hall 20th March Stockton Globe 22nd March Perth Concert Hall 23rd March Glasgow Royal Concert Hall 24th March Buxton Opera House
May 2022 5th May Folkestone Leas Cliff Hall 6th May Cambridge Corn Exchange 7th May Ipswich Regent Theatre 8th May Tunbridge Wells Assembly Hall 10th May Worthing Assembly Hall 11th May Bath Forum 13th May Torquay Princess Pavilion 14th May Portsmouth Guildhall 15th May Oxford New Theatre 17th May Dartford Orchard Theatre 18th May Northampton Derngate 20th May Scunthorpe Baths Hall 21st May Nottingham Royal Concert Hall 22nd May York Barbican 24th May Edinburgh Usher Hall 25th May Newcastle O2 City Hall 26th May Carlisle Sands Centre 27th May Blackpool Opera House
Tony created Spandau Ballet along with his classmates and they achieved international success, with Hadley as the lead singer, showcasing his astonishing vocal range. They had numerous chart-topping singles including ‘Through the Barricades’, ‘True’ and ‘Gold’, which was London’s unofficial Olympic theme song.
His solo career has been equally impressive. He started shortly after the band’s split in the 1990 and has since produced and performed around the world. His solo album ‘Talking to the Moon’ was released in 2018 and was incredibly well received - it became BBC Radio 2’s Album of the Week. His latest single ‘Obvious’ was released in June, 2020, and his daughter Zara helped to shoot and direct it. His work over the years has led to numerous awards: in 2005, the British Academy of Composers and Songwriters awarded him a Gold Badge.
He has also performed as Billy Flynn in Chicago on the West End stage in 2007 and currently presents a live Sunday morning radio show on BBC 3 Counties Radio. During lockdown, he utilised his time to create a podcast and Youtube channel called ‘Stars Cars Guitars’ with Jim Cregan (award-winning rock guitarist, songwriter and producer) and Alex Dyke (veteran, British broadcaster on the tv and radio). The podcast features the trio talking about their rock and roll adventures, favourite cars and tales of the stars and friends they met on the way.
Tony Hadley has a legendary, melodious and romantic style voice. His 40th Anniversary tour next year is not to be missed for fans and new listeners alike, so be sure to get tickets here.