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UB40

(in Britain)
a registration card issued by the Department of Employment to a person registering as unemployed
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Concert by reggae band UB40 and multi-platinum selling Greek singer Antonis Remos.
You can expect to hear your favourite UB40 tracks including 'Red Red Wine', '(I Can't Help) Falling In Love With You' and 'Kingston Town' alongside a fresh take on reggae classics from the album 'A Real Labour Of Love' which entered the UK charts at No.2 when it was released this time last year.
Ali Campbell, now touring UB40 songs separately as UB40 featuring Ali Campbell & Astro, tweeted: "Rest in peace Ranking Roger.
UB40's For The Many was released on Friday, March 15 and has a dramatic cover designed by Travers.
It features UB40 founding members Robin Campbell (co-vocals/ guitar), Brian Travers (saxophone/ keyboards), Jimmy Brown (drums), Earl Falconer (bass/keyboards/ vocals) and Norman Hassan (percussion/vocals).
Middlesbrough town hall business development manager Rob Guest said: "UB40 absolutely stormed the town hall when they last played here in 2014, and we are delighted to welcome them back in 2019 for what should be an unmissable night."
UB40 sound rejuvenated, having rediscovered the creative spark that inspired them in the first place.
"UB40's music has a special place in many people's hearts and this will be a truly special show for fans of reggae and for fans of the band.
Although Rats in the Kitchen had more than 50 UB40 songs in the UK Singles Charts to choose from, they added numbers from a few others acts too, such as Bad Manners' Lip Up Fatty and even Dexys Midnight Runners' Come on Eileen.
Former lead singer Ali Campbell left UB40 in 2008 to go solo and his brother Duncan replaced him.