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Adam Ant to play hits at Palace Theatre show in September

| Monday, March 20, 2017, 1:45 p.m.
Drusky Entertainment
Adam Ant

Get ready to relive the ‘80s when Adam Ant comes to Greensburg's Palace Theatre on Sept. 17.

The British singer, actor, musician was a staple of the early days of MTV, even earning the network's “Sexiest Man Alive” recognition. He started as as the frontman for Adam and the Ants, before going out on his own in 1982. His first solo album, “Friend or Foe,” had three top 20 Billboard hits, including “Goody Two Shoes.”

During the ‘90s, he mosty concentrated on acting, but in 2007 revived his musical career.

This year's “Anthems — The Singles” will feature his best singles, from classic hits to B sides and rarities.

Tickets are $30 to $55 and go on sale at noon March 24.

Details: 724-836-8000 or

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