Ali, lead singer and founder of UB40
, despises the musical genre with a passion.
In it, Ali Campbell, former member of UB40
, is promoting his band who are playing a concert for the BBC's Children In Need.
AND UNIVERSITIES The reggae band formed in Birmingham's Balsall Heath in 1978 and have sold 70 million records and had more than 50 songs in the charts, including Red Red Wine and One in Ten.
AND STEEL PULSE 02 Academy, Birmingham HHHHH "HISTORY is made at the Birmingham O2 Academy tonight," declared the MC in the Steel Pulse T-shirt.
have announced a series of tour dates for October 2015.
Duncan Campbell, vocalist in a UB40
line-up that also features sibling Robin, broke from a hectic tour to admit: "It saddens me, of course it does.
, pounds 5 youngsters up to 17, under-9s free.
FANS of Birmingham's reggae chart-toppers will soon be doing a double take after news that TWO UB40s
are about to hit the road.
She was presented with the honour by UB40s
founding member Brian Travers, who also has an award at the university named after him.
A balance has to be struck to ensure that the next UB40s
and Black Sabbaths get their chance to cut their teeth whilst ensuring that life does not become unbearable for residents.
Last year's Garden Festival in Croatia, which is organised by Birmingham music industry stalwarts, including UB40s
Jimmy Brown (inset).
Reggae giants UB40
are the latest band to sign up for the event.