Spandau Ballet - Together Again - Return to the US
They were a part of the 1980s British invasion, bringing to America their New Romantic fashion and their music of soul, funk, jazz and synth-pop mixture. With stateside hits like "True," "Gold" and "Only When You Leave," Spandau Ballet was one of the most successful bands of the 1980s. In the U.K. they had with Top Ten singles and five Top Ten albums.
With Tony Hadley's smooth vocals over the sophisti-pop sound created by band mates, brothers Gary Kemp and Martin Kemp, John Keeble and Steve Norman, the group amassed a sound as distinctive as their band name. But here in the States they had only a few, small concert tours and fewer television appearances. Then after eleven years, they broke up. "We had a pretty acrimonious fallout that is pretty well documented," said Tony Hadley. "It wasn't good. As far as I was concerned, we were never going to get back together ever again," he continued about the break up.
As an actress, BeBe was introduced to film with a lead role in the independent film "Under One Sun" with her character dealing with religious, racial and gender issues. Additionally, she appeared in the campy musical "Devious, Inc" (Australian Film Festival, San Francisco Short Film Fest) also adding additional vocals to the musical soundtrack. Both of these performances led to her selection for a lead role in Aisha Media’s next short film series, "Con-tin.u.um" to be released in 2012.