They’ve sold more than 70 million records. They are considered one of Britain’s greatest ever reggae bands. And they sang Red Red Wine. Yep, UB40 are back with another album, another tour, and they are stopping at Cambridge Corn Exchange on Monday, April 14.
The band, who formed in 1978, released their latest record Getting Over The Storm this summer and are ready and willing to have you dancing, swaying and remembering your reggae roots.
Robin Campbell from the band said: “Having suffered a few setbacks recently, including our drummer Jimmy and percussionist Norman’s health issues, we’re now firing on all cylinders and itching to get out on the road and play our fans all the hits and some tracks off the latest album.”
UB40's 'Blue Eyes Crying In The Rain' Taken from the Brilliant Album 'Getting Over the Storm' released by Universal 2nd
Tickets are on sale now and cost £28.50 - £32.50 from (01223) 357851 / www.cornex.co.uk.