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UB40

UB40 are a British reggae band formed in 1978, founded by Brian Travers, Astro, James Brown, Ali Campbell, Robin Campbell, Earl Falconer, Norman Hassan and Mickey Virtue. Ali, Astro and Mickey formed their own UB40 in 2013.

Their key songs range from the early "King", "Food For Thought", "One In Ten" and "My Way Of Thinking", through the mid-period late 80s / early 90s period of "Rat In Mi Kitchen", "I Can't Help Falling In Love" and "Breakfast In Bed" and the "Labour Of Love" album series of cover-versions (including "Red Red Wine").

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Bigga Baggariddim tour pushed back to 2022
The band issued the statement:
It is with great regret that we are announcing the postponement of our UK / Irish tour dates for 2021 which unfortunately will now be pushed into 2022.
Tickets available
21 days ago
UB40 founder member, Astro has passed away
UB40 founder member, Astro (Terence Wilson) has sadly passed away following a short illness. He left UB40 in 2013, teaming-up with founder member, Ali Campbell, in 2013. Obituary
28 days ago
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