Spandau Ballet formed in the late 1970s in London and within just a few years were one of the most successful of the ‘New Romantic’ groups. This guitar was played by guitarist and songwriter with Spandau Ballet, Gary Kemp. It has a mother of pearl inlay designed like a stylised bird, recreated on the album cover for their LP True. Kemp was responsible for writing all 23 hit singles including classics such as ‘True’, ‘Gold’ and ‘Through The Barricades’.
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