Rudeboys in town

ACOUSTIC Hip-Hop internet sensation The Original Rudeboys will play their debut Belfast show on Saturday in Auntie Annies Attic.

Based in Dublin’s North Inner City, The Original Rudeboys were formed in February 2011 when a realisation occurred between all three members that they had something special.

Offering a distinct and refreshing sound with a combination of acoustic guitar and ukulele blended with soulful hip hop voices, The Original Rudeboys have created a new fusion of music whilst continuing to respect their different influences.

The Original Rudeboys consists of three lads from north inner city Dublin with great potential and driving ambition to be the next big thing. As a result of uploading a few YouTube videos they have been invited on to RTE RADIO 1 John Murray Show, TV3’s The Morning Show with Martin and Sybil as well as gaining a serious following of fans.

Robert Burch, Sean Arkins and Sean Walsh aka The Original Rudeboys are simply out to make great music and become a unique addition to the Irish music industry.

Tickets are priced £9.00 including booking fee and are available now from Katy Daly’s, Ticketmaster outlets and online from

Doors are at 7pm and support is to be confirmed.