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Adam Ant Remains "King of the Wild Frontier" at the Fonda


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Adam Ant celebrated the 35th anniversary and remastering of his landmark album, Kings of the Wild Frontier, on Thursday, Feb. 9, selling out the Fonda Theater in Hollywood. Rocking the full house, he played the classic album in its entirety along with fan favorites such as “Goody Two Shoes,” “Prince Charming” and “Vive Le Rock.” Los Angeles' own female rockers Glam Skanks took to the stage as the opening act.

All photographs by Hannah Verbeuren
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