Enjoy Celebrity Radio’s Tony Hadley Life Story Interview…
Tony Hadley is one of the most loved artistes with one of the most recognisable voices in British history.
Most famous for ‘GOLD’ and ‘TRUE’ by Spandau Ballet, Tony quit the legendary group last summer, with the group saying that they would vow to carry on with a new singer.
Now, Hadley, 57 has released a brand new album ‘Talking To The Moon’ available below. ‘What Am I?’ is about his decision to quit last July.
The new album sees Tony team up fellow ’80s stars Peter Cox and Richard Drummie of Go West, as well as Toby Gad, the man behind John Legend’s ‘All Of Me’ and Beyonce’s ‘If I Was A Boy’.
Enjoy an exclusive interview with Alex & Tony via YouTube:
Tony is proud father to five children and is married to Alison Evers.
Hadley worked as a radio presenter with Virgin Radio, taking over the Friday Night Virgin Party Classics show from Suggs (of the band Madness) in August 2007. In January 2008, he was given the Saturday Night Virgin Party Classics show as well. He left both shows in September 2008. In 2015 he was listed as a presenter for Absolute Radio.
Hadley appeared, sang and gave advice in Pinoy Dream Academy, a singing reality show in the Philippines. He also appeared in RocKwiz, an Australian TV programme that aired in November 2008.
Hadley also appeared in the British short movie Shoot The DJ, in which he plays Eddie Richards. The film also featured Hadley’s daughter, Toni. Hadley’s song “After All This Time” was used as the theme song for the popular BBC series Down to Earth, which ran from 2000 until 2005.
Hadley took part in the 2015 series of I’m a Celebrity…Get Me Out of Here!, beginning on 10 November 2015. He was eliminated on 4 December, finishing in sixth place.
Interview by Alex Belfield for Celebrity Radio 16th June 2018.