Enjoy Celebrity Radio’s UB40 2016 World Tour Interview Robin Campbell…
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Robin, Earl, Norman, Jimmy and Brian represent five of the six founding members of UB40.
Jimmy, Brian and Robin are (and always have been) UB40’s principle songwriters.
UB40’s latest Top 30 album, ‘Getting Over The Storm’, was released in September 2013 and was awarded BBC Radio 2’s ‘Album of The Week’ accolade.
The band’s subsequent tour to support the release of ‘Getting Over The Storm’ began in 2014 and saw the band perform to 200,000 fans in the UK. It was the most extensive UK tour of the band’s career to-date.
In addition, UB40 performed sell-out shows all over the world. UB40 are in the middle of recording a brand new studio album.
In the past month or so, UB40 have played to over 100,000 people at festivals and are now preparing for their 22-date UK tour, which starts on September 30th 2016
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Duncan Campbell (Ali and Robin Campbell’s brother) joined the band when Ali left in 2008. When the group launched he didn’t think UB40 would be successful!
Martin and Laurence have been in the band for over 20 years, and Tony Mullings joined in 2008.
Interview recorded 22nd September 2016 by Alex Belfield for Celebrity Radio.
I have been a staunch UB40 fan since the early 80’s; can you just get over all the rancor and just play music!? And when are you going to back up all the TALK and TOUR in the States? I’ve seen Ali and his mates twice in the past 2 years here in California, and in my book, I was listening to UB40. You all say otherwise, but SHOW ME WHAT YOU GOT AND COME TO CALIFORNIA!!!!!!! There’s always room in my heart for great reggae music, no matter what you call yourselves…
Ub40 is the only reggae music I listen to since I was young . when I was young in South Africa red red wine was popular in most radio stations.
I hope you get him to stop pretending he’s ub40, as we have booked tickets and it’s not you There has been allot of people disappointed because they thought they would get to see you all and they were duped into believing they were going to see the real band