I read in the local papers that Gary & Martin Kemp, Kohn Keeble and Steve Norman are talking about reforming (sorry, pun intended ) Noticeably absent was Tony Hadley's name. I wonder if it's because in that disastrous lawsuit a few years ago, perhaps Hadley was the ringleader and Norman and Keeble just went along with it. Alternatively, how exactly is Hadley's "revived" career going in the US after he won that reality show about ex-celebs? So, does anyone know more about this? Whilst I am a die-hard Spandau fan and would certainly like to see a reformation, without Hadley's distinctive vocals it just wouldn't be Spandau Ballet. After all, it's not as if Spandau had a wizard guitar player on lead, like Van Halen who've changed vocalist several times to no major detrimental effect and who's "signature" is therefore less tied to the singer's voice. Cf Chicago, who found a replacement with a very similar voice. And Duran Duran, in all its incarnations throughout the 90s, always retained Simon Le Bon.