Tony Hadley has added four orchestral concerts to his 40th anniversary tour.
Hadley hits the road in 2022, four decades since Tony first released music with his former band Spandau Ballet – which he left in 2017 after their reunion in 2009.
The singer, who will perform with his band The Fabulous TH Band, had previously announced 36 dates across the UK, starting March 1 at Bexhill and ending at the Blackpool Opera House on May 27 next year.
And now Tony has added new dates for October 2022 in Manchester, Southend, Birmingham, and will end at the legendary London Palladium on October 25, which will see him accompanied by a full live band.
Tony will perform pieces from his career both as the voice of the Spandau Ballet and as a solo artist.
Spandau Ballet – also composed of John Keeble, Gary Kemp, Steve Norman and Martin Kemp – was at the forefront of the New Romantic movement in the 1980s and topped the charts around the world with hit songs such as “Through the Barricades â,â True âandâ Gold â.
As a solo artist, Tony has performed across the world with both his band, swing bands and orchestras and has released five solo albums, including âTalking to the Moonâ in 2018.
In 2005, he received a gold badge from the British Academy of Composers and Songwriters; while 2007 saw him gain a new legion of fans when he appeared as Billy Flynn in Chicago on the West End stage.
Tony – who launched his hugely popular podcast and YouTube channel ‘Stars Cars’ Guitars’ in July 2020 – recently claimed the secret to his longevity as a singer and his good health lies in the fact that he never took drug, because of a promise he made. made to his grandmother.
He said: âI made a promise to my grandmother when I was 16 or 17 years old.
âI’ve never done that sort of thing, and I thank her for that. It was a promise well made.
Tony Hadley’s 40th Birthday Tour Dates.
March 1 Bexhill De La Warr Pavilion
March 2 Croydon Fairfield Halls
March 4 High Wycombe The Swan
March 5 Guildford G Live
March 6 Bournemouth BIC Pavilion Theater
March 8 Cheltenham Town Hall
March 9 Cardiff St David’s Hall
March 11 Llandudno Venue Cymru Theater
March 12 Liverpool Philharmonic
March 13 Stoke Victoria Hall
March 15 Leicester De Montfort Hall
Sheffield Town Hall March 16
Hull Town Hall on March 18
March 19 Halifax Victoria Hall
March 20 Stockton Globe
March 22 Perth Concert Hall
23 March Glasgow Royal Concert Hall
Buxton Opera on March 24
May 5 Folkestone Leas Cliff Hall
May 6 Cambridge Corn Exchange
May 7 Ipswich Regent Theater
May 8 Tunbridge Wells Meeting Room
May 10 Worthing Meeting Room
May 11 Bath Forum
May 13 Torquay Princess Pavilion
May 14 Portsmouth Guildhall
May 15 Oxford New Theater
May 17 Dartford Orchard Theater
May 18 Northampton Derngate
May 20 Scunthorpe’s bathroom
May 21 Nottingham Royal Concert Hall
May 22 York Barbican
May 24 Edinburgh Usher Hall
May 25 Newcastle O2 City Hall
May 26 Carlisle Sands Center
May 27 Blackpool Opera House
New live orchestral shows:
October 21 Manchester Bridgewater Hall
October 22 Southend Cliffs Pavilion
23 October Birmingham Symphony Hall
October 25 London Palladium
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