The original members of the TOM ROBINSON BAND are coming together to celebrate the life of Danny Kustow next month.
The guitarist, who joined the band in 1976, passed away in March after a short illness.
Signing to EMI, TRB were instantly successful with their debut single '2-4-6-8 Motorway' and debut album Power In The Darkness both soaring into the Top 5. One of the most politically motivated bands of the era, they played regular shows supporting Rock Against Racism and the Anti-Nazi League.
Following the break-up of the band in October '79, Kustow contributed to Generation X's third album Kiss Me Deadly, going on to play in The Spectres with Glen Matlock and The Planets with members of The Blockheads. He would later play on Robinson's 1983 hit 'War Baby', rejoining the briefly reformed TRB at the end of the decade. More recently, he joined Robinson onstage for '...Motorway' at the 100 Club in 2017.
The gig at The Scala in London's Kings Cross on Monday 29 July will feature Robinson plus original members, keyboard-player Mark Ambler and drummer Dolphin Taylor, who also played in Stiff Little Fingers and Spear Of Destiny before relocating to L.A.
Also featuring members of Robinson's current band and special guests, the night will include video screenings of Danny at his best.
Tickets for the show are now on sale here. All profits from the gig will go to NHS Critical Care Unit in Bath, who cared for Danny during his final days.