Tickets still available for The Beat + Neville Staple Thursday 28 February
The Beat are legendary Ranking Roger, Everett, Saxa and Neil Deathridge plus Tony O'Donnell, Andy Pearson, Dave 'Blockhead' Wright on keyboards and Roger's son Murphy. Combining bone fide classics such as ‘Mirror In The Bathroom’, ‘Save It For Later’, ‘I Confess’ and ‘Stand Down Margaret’ with some brand new material, the boys are sure to be on fire!
Neville Staple is quite simply the original rude boy, and one of the undisputed forerunners of the ska movement. Best known for being the lead singer of The Specials and founder member of Fun Boy Three, Neville’s influence on the UK music scene has been immense. He has collaborated with such legends as Elvis Costello, David Byrne and Ali Campbell, and his presence both on record and live onstage remains huge!
An explosive double header that’ll blow the roof off!
- Time: 7pm
- Tickets: £17 advance. Over 14's only
- Where: The Guildhall, Gloucester
27 February 2008
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