28 Apr 2013
One of the icons of the 1980s, Adam Ant has an
enviable back catalogue of massive hits. In 1977
Adam carved a unique niche as leader and chief
songwriter of Adam and The Ants.
Success came when he asked Malcolm McLaren to manage the group and recruited a new line-up for two hugely successful albums Kings Of The Wild Frontier and Prince Charming. He was at the forefront of the New Romantic Movement with hit singles like Antmusic and the number 1 Stand and Deliver.
By 1982 Adam Ant had struck out on his own, with his debut solo single, the rock’n’roll of Goody TwoShoes giving him his 3rd number 1. For over a decade, from the mid 80s Adam Ant successfully switched between music and acting.
Dressed in his trademark highwayman/pirate
persona, Adam Ant has made an entertaining and thrilling return to the live circuit with his new
band The Good The Mad and The Lovely Posse.
He received the Q Magazine Music Icon Award in
2008 and has a new album in the pipeline.
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