The lead singer of the '80s group released a statement online confirming he is no longer a part of the band.Read below: A statement from Tony Hadley :- I am no longer a member of the band Spandau Ballet & will not be performing with the band in the future.We’ve redesigned for you, the people of the Commonwealth.We have one goal: to make it easy for you to find what you need.In a statement, they said: 'Much to our frustration, Tony had made it clear in September 2016 that he didn’t want to work with the band anymore.
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In 1999, Tony, drummer John and sax player Steve, all aged 57, were embroiled in a lawsuit over royalties with chief songwriter Gary, but they did not sue him.
He quit Spandau Ballet in July, claiming his shock departure was due to 'circumstances beyond his control'. That is the only thing that annoyed me about Tony’s behaviour.'We can deal with the rest if he wants to leave. That was not fair.'Mail Online has contacted a representative for Tony for comment.
So we have now made the decision to move on as a band.” Spandau Ballet reformed in 2009, and made a successful world tour in 2015.
What exactly Hadley’s exit will mean for the band remains unclear, but at least we can appreciate the band’s former glory.