UB40 performing live at Rock City, Nottingham - review and photos
UB40 invited a packed Rock City to party last night and that is exactly what they delivered.
From the moment Duncan launched into opener Food For Thought the band had this crowd onside and any thoughts of Ali Campbell were quickly forgotten under 2,000 pairs of dancing feet.
Now firmly entrenched as the bands front man, Duncan delivered some solid gold tunes from their back catalogue of more than forty chart hits, including Cherry Oh Baby, I'll Be Your Baby Tonight and Please Don't Make Me Cry.
With the nine piece band in great form, taking turns to come to the front of the stage for their... read more
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