Monday, April 9, 2007

A Spandau Ballet comeback?

In the 1980s they won over a legion of fans with flamboyant fashion and a string of number one hits. And now it looks as though Spandau Ballet could be the latest group to make a comeback.

The band, whose hits include Gold, True and Through The Barricades, ended up in court in 1999 after a spat between singer Tony Hadley and songwriter Gary Kemp over royalties.

Bassist Martin Kemp, who later became EastEnders villain Steve Owen, said he would welcome a second chance.

He said: "If the five of us ever worked together again, after 15 minutes we'd be laughing at the same stupid jokes we laughed at when we were 17."

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