TONY HADLEY a new album coming and a tour in Italy (Info and Tickets)

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Tony Hadley will return in 2024 with a new tour and a new album. The release of the new album is expected in the first months of 2024 and will arrive 5 years after his last studio work “Talking To The Moon” to mark a new phase in his career.

Tony Hadley undoubtedly has a special and unique relationship with our country. To confirm this, in recent days he surprised the audience at the Arcimboldi in Milan where he was attending the concert “I ONLY HAVE ONE TOOTH LEFT AND I TRY TO RE-SCREW IT” by Elio and Le Storie Tese with a sudden appearance on stage and a fun exchange with the band.

While the band played the notes of Spandau Ballet’s famous hit “Gold”, the former leader of the group, who had remained anonymous until then, addressed Elio from the audience, in Milanese dialect with “Te set minga bùn, barlafus! ” (you are not capable, incompetent!).

At that point Elio invited the impudent heckler onto the stage, challenging him to do better and only at that moment was Tony’s identity revealed to the audience who, taking possession of the microphone and joining the band, sang a unique version of the song , unleashing the inevitable enthusiasm of the public. A further round of waltzes with a cover of one of Elvis Presley’s most iconic songs, “Suspicious Minds” concluded this extraordinary, unexpected encore. A truly special surprise for an already sold out theater.


The tour, organized by International Music and Arts, will arrive in February and the two dates already confirmed, 22 February at the Teatro Comunale di Cesenatico (FC) and 23 February at the Teatro Comunale di Carpi (MO) are already SOLD OUT. New dates and further details will be announced shortly through the artist’s official channels.



Photo: Tony-Hadley-PH-Martin-Shaw


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