UB40 return to the stage with reggae classics

PUBLISHED: 08:04 25 August 2016




Reggae legends UB40 are embarking on a new UK tour and will be making a brief stop in Bristol this October.

The group formed in Birmingham in 1978 and this tour features some of its founding members.

Jimmy Brown will be seen on drums, Robin Campbell will perform as co-lead on vocals and on guitar, Norman Hassan will be on percussion and vocals and Brian Travers will be on the saxophone and keys.

The show also features Duncan Campbell on lead vocals, Martin Meredith on saxophone and keys, Lawrence Parry on the trumpet and Tony Mullings on the keys.

UB40 have sold more than 70 million records in their time and in this latest show fans can expect to hear many of the band’s classic hits, including One In Ten, Kingston Town, Red Red Wine and (I Can’t Help) Falling In Love With You.

UB40 will be at the O2 Academy in Bristol’s Frogmore Street on October 22.

Doors will open at 7pm and tickets, priced £33.75, are available via www.academymusicgroup.com/o2academybristol or by calling 01179 279227.

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