We had an AMAZING time at our show on September 15 at the River Street Jazz Cafe in Wilkes Barre, PA!  The Pietasters, Big D & The Kids Table and Hub City Stompers showed us a great time. 

Did you miss it?  No worries!  Check out the full set HERE!  Enjoy!!

Rude Boy George Cover Blondie’s “Atomic” 

Media | By Bryan Kremkau on Apr 7th, 2017

Rude Boy George’s newest and latest cover is the classic Blondie song, “Atomic.” The new single is now available on their Bandcamp page, along with the rest of the songs from their ongoing full-lengtn album Love and Dancing. The new wave ska band made a music video for the track, which you can watch below.

Watch the music video for their cover of Blondie’s “Atomic:”



Rude Boy George will be opening up for New Kingston at Highline Ballroom next saturday…

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Welcome New York’s New Wave / Ska Experience -Rude Boy George to Halogen Music Group 


We are excited to announce the addition of Rude Boy George to Halogen Music Group.

Rude Boy George is a NYC-based band that reimagines 80’s New Wave classics in ska, reggae and rocksteady versions. They are motivated by a shared love and respect for ska (reflected in the reference to 1960s and 2 Tone rude boys) and the extraordinary amount of good music produced in the late 70s and early 80s New Wave/post-punk era (Boy George). And they want to have some fun doing it…

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Tainted Love Teaser Video 

We are just days away from releasing the first single and video for our version of the Soft Cell 80's classic "Tainted Love" on Trilby Records! Here's a sneak peek of the video. More details on where to download the song to come...

Concert Pics from ReadJunk 

Rude Boy George @ Knitting Factory, Brooklyn, NY – 11.13.15 Nov. 18 | Concert Photography  

Rude Boy George played after Sunnyside Social Club at the Knitting Factory last Friday. You can read my review of the showhere.

My buddies Rude Boy George always put on a fun set and it’s always a blast taking photos of them too. You’ll never come away with bad photos of them since some members of the band like to ham it up.

Like the other sets, I was using the 24-70mm f2.8 lens for the majority of the…

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