Christine Sugary Staple (Christine Coffey at the time), co-starred in the British comedy drama, Jingle Blues Jingle Bells
Christine ‘Sugary Staple’ has been writing, producing and performing in film, video and music since her teens and is the wife and manager of the Original Rude boy Neville Staple (ex The Specials & Fun Boy 3). She is especially known for bringing energy, charisma and fun to the stage during tours and shows and is currently performing songs from her forthcoming joint ska/punk album, RUDE REBELS, with husband Neville Staple (Out in Sept 2018 on Cleopatra Records). The album also features Roddy Radiation (ex The Specials), plus a reworking of Stranger Cole & Patsy Todd’s, ‘When I Call Your Name’, as a duet with Neville.
Sugary spearheaded the highly celebrated Skamouth music weekends, with her colleague Tom and works for various charitable trusts and schools, helping children into music and drama, as well as fund-raising activities. Sugary and Neville work tirelessly supporting Coventry City with projects like the 2021 City of Culture Bid, The Sound-Lab Cov (linked to Julian Lloyd Webber & Birmingham University), directing and producing super shows like Diversity Rocks at the Belgrade Theatre and patronage work for Coventry’s Albany Theatre and the 2Tone Village. Her recent acting and singing performances were screened on BBC1, TNT, Vintage TV and Virgin Media TV.
Sugary fronts the Neville Staple Band stage with husband Neville and also performs as a soloist with a ska/punk indie band. She recently wowed the audiences with her energy and fun stage presence during a Rebellion Festival NSB & while on the 2018 3 Generations of Ska Tour headline performance.
Sugary Staple’s joyous music is imbued with a deep and genuine love of pop reggae and Ska. Her original songs are upbeat, infectious and utterly authentic. Top ranking.Garry Bushell, Daily Star, Litopia & Street Sounds
My talented friend has created ‘Original Rudegirl Sound’, a happy tune, just what we need Shane O'Connor - BBC Coventry & Warks
Nothing came close to the sensational Neville Staple Band who really got the party started and had the masses dancing along
Anita Merritt-Exeter Express & Echo.
The hypnotic presence of Staple’s wife ‘Sugary’ Staple to his right, resplendent in ‘rude girl’ t-shirt and radiant energy, is another thrill to go with a never-ending stream of musical high points. She does an especially stellar job of re-creating the ghostly vocal refrain in the chorus to another Specials fan-fave, Ghost Town. Anthony Gebhardt 'Blank' Australia street press
Christine Sugary Staple's short story has been published by Old Dog Books in their 20 Shades of Psycho compilation book. Buy the book here:
Christine Sugary Staple performing on Vintage TV with the Neville Staple Band (right) and Frizzle TV Award Winner (below)
Christine Sugary Staple joins Original Rudeboy Neville Staple (ex-The specials) on tour. For tickets & links to the new album click on this link: www.originalrudeboy.co.uk
Sugary comes out of the shadows of backing vocals, into the limelight. Wonderful!
Garry Bushell - Daily Star, Litopia & Street Sounds
I love it. Hit songs for true. Will test the best. Come and work with me
Stranger Cole - Jamaican Music Legend
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