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Neil Innes

Neil Innes left £360,000 to his wife

Neil Innes left his entire estate of £360,000 to his wife Yvonne, probate records show.

Chortle, 4th May 2020

Neil Innes dies aged 75

Comedian and musician Neil Innes has died at the age of 75. He worked with Monty Python and was a star of The Rutles.

British Comedy Guide, 30th December 2019

Bonzo Dog Doo-Dah Band win back the right to their name

Sixties rock legends The Bonzo Dog Band have won a legal battle to put the Doo Dah back into their name.

John Dunne, Evening Standard, 1st November 2019

Neil Innes review

The endearingly daft ex-Bonzo and extended Python member entertained a very responsive audience with a career-spanning show that demonstrated his musical dexterity and skilful wordplay.

Steve Clements, The Latest, 15th October 2018

Un-broadcast pilot from The Idiot Bastard Band released online

An un-broadcast musical radio sitcom pilot starring the members of The Idiot Bastard Band has been released online.

British Comedy Guide, 21st June 2017

Review: Slap Up Feast of Fun

Last night's Slapstick Festival fundraiser was a rare treat for comedy fans, as Bristol packed the hall to enjoy performances from Rory Bremner, Tim Vine, Barry Cryer, Neil Innes and the legendary John Cleese.

Bristol 24/7, 2nd October 2016

Interview with Sid James's son Steve

Steve James is one of the most admired record producers/engineers in the music industry. In a career spanning over forty years, he has worked with some of the biggest names in music, including Paul Young, Peter Skellern, Toyah, Ginger Baker and Neil Innes. He recorded Monty Python's Always Look on the Bright Side of Life and has even worked on The Teletubbies!

Steve also happens to be the son of Sid James.

Stuart Ball, Sid's Place, 28th April 2016

Review: The Rutles

Neil Innes has suggested that this might be the last hurrah for The Rutles, but it would be a shame if they were put to rest now - just when they have really come to life.

Gary Young, The Birmingham Mail, 22nd May 2014