A brief statement on behalf of the venue's marketing manager, Nathan Stone, ahead of the event read: "Tramshed will not be ready to open for tonight's show with UB40
The PR blurb is calling them "Britain's biggest reggae band of all time" although there is still a wrangle over the UB40
Dave said: "Brian has filled our entire gallery with just nine months work - at the same time as playing 100 gigs with UB40
all over the world.
etter to organisers, Debbie t, from Cardiff, described r husband was confronted pen drug use in the men's and the pair did not see a horse on the track during ntire visit because of their ce from the racecourse he added: "We left immedily after the last race as we lt that trying to actually see UB40
would be an impossible task.
He will be reunited on the eisteddfod stage with percussionist, trumpet player and vocalist, Astro, and keyboard player, Mickey, all three being founding members of the original UB40
The show follows a string of sold out gigs for the band which sees UB40
singer songwriter Ali reunited with vocalist/percussionist/trumpeter Astro and keyboard player Mickey - the trio were all founding members of the original UB40
who notched up hit singles including the likes of Red, Red Wine and Can't Help Falling In Love.
have sold more than 70 million records and had more than 50 singles in the UK Singles Chart, including huge hits like Red Red Wine, One in Ten, Can't Help Falling In Love, Breakfast in Bed and Many Rivers to Cross.
Original members |of UB40
Astro, Mickey Virtue and Ali Campbell are enjoying massive worldwide success
The song has been covered by Tony Tribe, Jimmy James & the Vagabonds, and more famously by British reggae group UB40
, whose version topped the US and UK singles charts.
Singer Ali Campbell, Astro and Mickey Virtue will play Dublin's Olympia Theatre as UB40
Reunited on Wednesday, October 22.
Ex-singer Ali Campbell has teamed up with past founders of the once chart-topping group Astro and Mickey Virtue to form another band and have now announced they too will be called UB40
The negotiations with UB40
agents about the band's visit to Lithuania can be called unique.