(question updated from 1 to 3 columns)

I am trying to do something supremely simple: typeset a table such as

what.csv

First,Last,Style
Bob,Marley,Reggae
Fritz,Wunderlich,Lieder


Yet in the code

\documentclass{article}
\usepackage{csvsimple}

\begin{document}

\section{---One---}
\begin{tabular}{|c|}
\hline
\bfseries Name
\\\hline
{\First \Last \Style \\}
\end{tabular}

\section{---Two---}
\csvautotabular{what.csv}

\section{---Three---}
% \csvautobooktabular{what.csv}

\end{document}


various attempts at eliminating the extra emtpy entry fail. Indeed just adding the closing bottom line is tricky.

I'd gladly settle for some preset style, one applying \bfseries for the headings (and without frequent horizontal lines). Using \csvautotabular works (minus the boldface), but \csvautobooktabular doesn't. Adding \bfseries as an option also fail. Is csvsimple the right tool for the job in the first place?

In the following MWE, I have replaced \begin{tabular}{|c|} with the tabular=|c| option, used table head=\hline\bfseries Name\\\hline, for the top line, the bold column header and the line below the header as well as table foot = \hline for the horizontal line at the end of the table. I have also added a second variant using the horizontal lines from the booktabs package.

\documentclass{article}
\usepackage{csvsimple}
\usepackage{booktabs} %% Only needed for the second example.
\begin{document}

tabular=|c|,%
table foot = \hline]%
{who.csv}%
{}%
{\Name}

\bigskip

tabular=c,%
table foot = \bottomrule]%
{who.csv}%
{}%
{\Name}

\end{document}


Updae regarding the changed what.csv:

With

First,Last,Style
Bob,Marley,Reggae
Fritz,Wunderlich,Lieder


you can use the following MWE to get a two column tabular that contains the first and last name:

\documentclass{article}
\usepackage{csvsimple}
\usepackage{booktabs}
\begin{document}


• Nice! Though apparently moving to just two (First, Last) columns cannot simply be done by replacing the lines with tabular=c c,% and {\First \Last}. Could you add a hint? – Vrokipal Oct 3 at 17:54