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Adam Ant aims to scare audiences
Adam Ant wants to be "scaring the audience" on his comeback tour.
The 'Prince Charming' hitmaker is firmly on the comeback trail with his present UK tour and wants to show the audience.
He said: "I play as if my life depends on it. It's about scaring the audience.
"I look like Adam Ant again. I'm a dandy. I go out every day and try to impress myself."
The singer - who spent most of the last decade unable to perform as he was undergoing treatment for mental health issues, which he has now resolved - said that while he aims to produce a rowdy show, he doesn't want it to be like the heyday of punk when he grew up.
The singer's comeback album 'Adam Ant Is the Blueblack Hussar in Marrying the Gunner's Daughter' is set for release next year.Posted on 19 May 2011 08:30 to category : Music News
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