After short break of 42 years the Knees Up Band are back on the road. York Rd in Kings Heath to be precise where the Band are playing their reunion gig along with Carole Palmer and Break a Leg!
Doors open 7:30
Kitchen Garden Cafe, York Rd, Kings Heath, Birmingham B14 7SA
Sunday 19th June £5 (£7 on the door)
Proceeds to the War Child Charity
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From 1974-1976 The Knees Up Band played rather too fast and very silly skiffle around the West Midlands, especially Moseley and Kings Heath. They appeared on the same bills (if not actually in the same rooms) as the Kursaal Flyers and Nobel Prize winning poet Seamus Heaney and even played Birmingham Town Hall. A chance encounter this year revealed that all seven of the band’s most regular members were still alive, just as daft and, possibly, slightly more musical, and Niall Macaulay still has his famous length of red plastic pipe. So for one evening only forget the grim present and dive back into the innocent 1970s (Flares optional)