With over 25 million albums sold, Spandau Ballet was one of the biggest bands of the 80s, and at its helm was frontman Tony Hadley.
For many of us, his iconic voice was the soundtrack to our teenage years, and has since continued to create music we love and tour the world!
Now, speaking on The Jess Row Big Talk Show, Tony has opened up about his rise to fame and what it was like navigating the music industry amidst drugs and egos.
Take a listen below as Tony shares what led to him reluctantly quitting the group, unbelievable stories backstage with Freddie Mercury, having Princess Diana as a fan, and what he thinks of a force in pop music today, Harry Styles.
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