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Weekly Edition - Published  13 October 2016


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UB40 have just played at Liverpool O2 Academy
Photographs below by Jo Forrest.

THE Birmingham legends UB40 took their reggae to Liverpool's O2 Academy, on Sunday, 9 October 2016, to deliver an incredible show. The band formed in 1978 and have never looked back... They produced the greatest reggae albums ever released by a British band and achieve sales of over 100 million records. This band always makes a very special atmosphere with it's distinctive sound at gigs. This and the tunes have make UB40 1 of the most successful British groups of all time and they can still deliver. No other band in the world can replicate the sound of UB40's original rhythm section of Earl and Jimmy, and at the show you could see and hear why. These are a few pictures take by Jo Forrest at the gig. If you missed them, you might be able to see them at one of the other venues left on the tour... See the bands website for more information.


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