Natty Bo & the Top Cats - a Tribute to Ska Legend Prince Buster + Oska T & DJS Dubplate Pearl & Mr Swing Easy


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Natty Bo & The Top Cats by Oscar Romp

Internationally acclaimed 9 piece authentic Jamaican Ska outfit NATTY BO & THE TOP CATS present a tribute to PRINCE BUSTER (the Voice Of The People)!


Event Details

Address:St Peter's Church
Liverpool Grove

Post code:SE17 2HH

Tickets:£17 - £20



Open hours:19.00 - 23.00


PRINCE BUSTER was a legendary Jamaican singer-songwriter and producer who passed away in 2016. The amazing records he released in the 1960s influenced and shaped the course of Jamaican contemporary music and created a legacy of work that would be drawn upon later by reggae and ska artists. For one night only, local heroes NATTY BO & THE TOP CATS will be honouring "The Voice Of The People" ( as he was known) by dipping into his massive repertoire featuring hits such as “Al Capone”, “One Step Beyond”, “Enjoy Yourself”, “Ten Commandments”, “Judge Dread” & “Take It Easy” to name but a few. Support comes from South London jazz sensation OSKA T + Camberwell Connection DJS DUBPLATE PEARL & MR SWING EASY. This concert is the second in a series in the stunning surroundings of the Sir John Soane designed Grade 1 listed St Peter’s Church, Walworth. We have very kindly been allowed to set up a bar + food stall INSIDE the church. Featuring draft beer by local brewer Orbit and vegan food prepared by Louie Louie, why not join us early and make a whole evening of it? ABOUT THE ARTISTS: Lead by local Walworth legend NATTY BO & featuring Miss Megu on Alto Sax the TOP CATS boast a strong front line of brass and a backbone of rhythm n bass ready to make even the most ardent wall flowers shimmy and shake... With band members having played in & with legends such as The Skatalites, Dennis Alcapone, Winston Reedy, Alton Ellis, Derrick Morgan, The Trojans & Desmond Dekker, we advise you to wear your best dancing shoes & be prepared to skank in the aisles! "Best show at Glastonbury 2000" John Peel "TCs great show!"Jools Holland "Lord Natty & the Top Cats...wicked!" Joe Strummer (The Clash) "Yes them very good man" Duke Vin (legendary Jamaican soundsystem pioneer) Support comes from South London jazz warriors OSKA T, part of the new wave of super talented young musicians rising to the top. DJS DUBPLATE PEARL & MR SWING EASY from local clubbing institution THE CAMBERWELL CONNECTION spark off proceedings with an all vinyl 45 selection. Throughout the performance, artist OSCAR ROMP will be sketching the musicians ... and the finished artwork will be auctioned then and there after the gig to raise funds for funds for St Peter's work with vulnerable people in the local parish community, including their food bank and their winter night shelter for homeless people, which is part of the Robes Project.


By Bus:12, 68, 40, 35, 468 , 45, 171

By Tube:Elephant & Castle via Northern & Bakerloo lines

By Train:Elephant & Castle BR


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