as mentioned above Bonzo Dog and their various relatives such as the The Ruttles (and anything else Neil Innes has been involved in I guess)
and Viv Stanshall’s solo work – one of my favourite songs
Bit of Cutler never goes a miss either
[video]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ekq7xHIGuN0[/video]Posted 4 months ago
Some of their references are local references, but I think Ouse Valley Singles Club are great…
[video]https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=Sz8HhNuU51A[/video]Posted 4 months agoNorthwindSubscriber
I saw Frisky and Mannish do Kate Bash at a late night show, it was their whole set- ridiculously ballsy considering the joke only works if you know both Foundations and Wuthering Heights resaonably well- not sure how much crossover there is there! So I think there were only about 3 people who actually really got it but we had a good time.Posted 4 months agokayak23Subscriber
The Lovely Eggs.
Not really a comedy band as such but their subject matter is always prone to make me smile.
Saw them live at the Dyfi Enduro/comedy festival in 2015 and they were epic!
[video]http://youtu.be/UrvPKjE1dNE[/video]Posted 4 months ago
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