Thursday, August 31st, 2017
Tony Hadley rose to fame in the 1980s as the lead singer of Spandau Ballet. Known for his blue-eyed, suave image and powerfully soulful voice, he enjoyed international success with hits like "True," "Gold" and "Through the Barricades," as well as appearing at Live Aid in 1985. Hadley's also known success as a solo artist, releasing records on EMI and on his own record company, SlipStream Records. He's worked with artists like Joe Cocker, Alice Cooper, Jon Anderson, Brian May and Alan Parsons, and also played the title role in "Jesus Christ Superstar" opposite Roger Daltrey's Judas. See the artist the BBC called a "top crooner" when he comes to The Rose in Pasadena.