Legends of Ska will be performing together in Fulham this month.

Dandy Livingstone, who is credited as one of the founders of the Ska movement famous for his hit Rudy, A Message to You, will be joined on stage with The Specials star Neville Staple at the Under the Bridge, based at Chelsea’s Stamford Bridge .

The Three Generations of Ska concert will also Buster Shuffle, a London band known for their high energy shows, and take place on April 22.

Dandy was born in Jamaica, but moved to the UK in the late 1950s at the age of 15. He cut his first single in 1963 while still at college, and over the next decade defined the UK’s reggae sound both as a singer and producer. As well as Rudy, he is also best know for Suzanne, Beware Of The Devil.

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Neville is credited with changing the face of pop music not only once but twice. His 35-year career in the music business is well documented, from the early days with The Coventry Automatics, The Specials, and FunBoy3 in the late seventies and eighties, to The Special Beat and various other collaborations during his solo career from the nineties up to the present day.

Following on from the 2009 Specials reunion and his departure from the band in late 2012, he continues to be a forerunner of the Ska movement, and continues to thrill audiences with his own excellent band at venues and festival appearances worldwide.

Tickets for Three Generations of Ska £22.50 and available by phoning 020 7957 8261. Doors open at 7pm.