Hey you, don’t watch that, watch this... the irresistible sound of the Nutty Boys will be heading to Banbury next month.
Complete Madness will be paying tribute to Suggs and the boys as they play Baggy Trousers, One Step Beyond, It Must Be Love, Driving In My Car and many more of the band’s big hits.
Their act was formed in 1994 out of a band called Beat The System, which itself was born in 1989. Its original members included Mark Keegan and Derek Wood who are still with Complete Madness today.
Originally featuring bands such as The Clash, Alarm, U2, Big Country and Flock of Seagulls it wasn’t until 1992 that bass guitarist Steve Cliffe brought up the idea of learning a few Madness tracks.
More and more Madness and Specials tracks were being covered, bookings increased and so Complete Madness was born.
You can see them in action at The Mill Arts Centre on Friday, March 6. Tickets are £17 available from the box office on 01295 279002.