Baked A La Ska to hit Liverpool’s Philharmonic Hall


The mad, quirky however, utterly unique Ska band Baked A La Ska are on their autumn/winter tour.  They will be performing at Liverpool’s famous Philharmonic Hall for two dates this year, 29th October and 21st Dec. 

This is not just another ska show… It is a ska spectacle!

The eleven piece Ska band, who hail from Manchester, have one of the tightest rhythm sections in the north west with the “chops to make you drop”. It comprises self-confessed oddballs and pranksters, brought together by keyboardist and wizard, Mr John Ellis. 

Baked A La Ska are fronted by an un-holy trio of singers: Mr Frank “the Skank” (smooth Sinatra vocals), Tommy Robot (MC) and the soft lilt and harmonica magic of Robin Sunflower. 

Baked A La Ska will be performing their own spooky spectacular just in time for Halloween and putting a ska slant on synonymous christmas tunes in December. For all ska fans what is there not to love about this band?

What proves to be a highly entertaining show, make sure to book your tickets early to avoid disappointment.

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