1979 to 1990
London, England, United Kingdom
Spandau Ballet are a popular British pop band most prominent during the 80s, during which they were forerunners of the Anglo-American new romantic movement. Its members are singer-songwriter Tony Hadley on vocals, brothers Gary Kemp and Martin Kemp on guitar and bass respectively, with Gary also supplying background vocals, Steve Norman on saxophone, and John Keeble on the drums. Gary Kemp also wrote or co-wrote most of the group's music and lyrics. Initially formed in 1976 in London, England, they didn't reach a stable line-up or decide on the Spandau name until 1978.