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Just ahead of the launch of the legendary Two Tone tour on 17th November 1979 Madness played at London’s Electric Ballroom. On exactly the same day 40 years later at the same door price the band will be back at the Ballroom for a very intimate fan show and tickets will be priced as they were in 1979!
Madness are one of the top 20 selling UK groups of all time, with seven top ten albums, 22 top 20 hits and over six million album sales to their name.
So far Madness have celebrated their 40th anniversary in style up and down the United Kingdom. For the very first time the Madness played with an orchestra at Kenwood House scored by the legendary David Arnold, they were joined by Paul Weller and Jimmy Cliff at their legendary The House Of Common last week and soon they are going to release their first official book in October. If that wasn’t enough they’ve found time to record brand new material for 2020….watch this space.
So it seems fitting that they finish the year going back to where it all started...in their beloved Camden. Madness will start celebrating their past present and future with a very intimate fan show at Camden’s Electric Ballroom on November 17th ahead of their trio of Roundhouse shows this December.
The original Nutty Boys, back together with all their greatest hits, including 'Baggy Trousers' and 'It Must Be Love'. They are Britain's most successful chart band in music history, having had 21 top twenty singles in a seven year period from '78-'86, and many more since (over 30 in total). Despite their impressive back catalogue, Madness continue to record new material and released the critically acclaimed studio albums 'The Liberty Of Norton Folgate' and 'Oui Oui Si Si Ja Ja Da Da' in recent years and 'Can't Touch Us Now' in 2016.
See 4 tour dates featuring Madness
- 184 Camden High Street
- NW1 8QP