Neil Innes - The Rutles Reform For U.k. Tour

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Funnyman Neil Innes has regrouped his Beatles parody band The Rutles for an upcoming U.K. tour.

The former Bonzo Dog Doo-Dah Band star and sidekick John Halsey, aka Ron Nasty, and Barrington Womble, will hit the road as the 'Pre-Fab Four' in May (14).

Bandmates Eric Idle and Ricky Fataar will not be a part of the reunion.

The Rutles were conceived by Innes and Idle for a skit on the Monty Python star's British comedy show Rutland Weekend Television and they became a cult act, releasing a handful of well-received albums featuring Beatles song parodies and even starring in the mockumentary All You Need Is Cash.


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