The 'original rude boy' Neville Staple to perform with his band in Bristol

PUBLISHED: 20:00 20 October 2017

Neville Staple Band. Picture: John Coles

Neville Staple Band. Picture: John Coles

John Coles

The 'original rude boy' is set to take Bristol by storm this week with his band.

Neville Staple will perform at Bristol’s The Fleece on Saturday in a show-stopping event featuring a blend of the traditional ska music with punk rock.

The 1970s legend has performed with the ska giants The Specials and also collaborated with No Doubt, Rancid and Unwritten Law.

Neville has seen huge success both as a soloist and as part of a group, and also earned rave reviews from an appearance at Hazy Days festival at Weston’s Tropicana in the summer.

He released the acclaimed album The Rude Boy Returns in 2004 and then later released Ska Crazy in 2014.

His latest tour will focus on the band’s newest album Return Of Judge Roughneck which was released this year.

The Neville Staple band will be at The Fleece, in St Thomas Street, at 7pm on Saturday.

Tickets, priced £18.15, are available from 0779 450996.

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