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Concert review: Adam Ant at Wolverhampton Wulfrun Hall

Wolverhampton | News | Published:

Three decades on from being one of the world's most well known rock stars, Adam Ant made a return to the Black Country last night as part of his first tour in 15 years.

Three decades on from being one of the world's most well known rock stars, Adam Ant made a return to the Black Country last night as part of his first tour in 15 years.

The singer has returned to the stage after successfully battling back from a crippling depression. But loyal fans were strong in their support for the star and packed out the Wulfrun Hall in Wolverhampton last night to see the 57-year-old Prince Charming perform again.

The singer, famed for his outlandish outfits, did not disappoint and took to the stage last night in a classic brocaded hussar jacket and pirate hat.

Ant, real name Stuart Leslie Goddard, gave the fans exactly what they wanted including such hits such as Stand and Deliver and Prince Charming.

Despite difficulties with the sound in places which made it difficult to hear the lyrics the joy for those in the audience was palpable.

Review by Shaun Lintern.

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