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UB40 Featuring Ali Campbell – In Memory Of Astro

Legendary British band UB40 Featuring Ali Campbell shared a special live show on Friday 27th May which is now available to watch On Demand in Dolby Vision and Dolby Atmos

Recorded live in front of 7,500 people at the Ziggo Dome, Amsterdam in March 2022, the ‘In memory of Astro’ show was performed in memory of former UB40 frontman Ali Campbell’s dearly departed friend and bandmate of over four decades, Astro, who died in November 2021 after a short illness. 

The career-spanning 20 song set includes UB40 fan favourites 'Kingston Town', 'The Way You Do The Things You Do', 'Here I Am (Come Take Me)', and 'Red Red Wine', plus a very special segment dedicated to Astro  

Talking about the show, Ali explained ‘I’m really excited that all our fans get to see the brilliant show we did at the Ziggodome in Amsterdam in March. It’s wonderful that fans all over the world can watch the show from the comfort of their homes!’.

Watch 'UB40 Featuring Ali Campbell – In Memory Of Astro' now!

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About UB40 Featuring Ali Campbell

Formed in 1978, UB40 have had a glittering career to date selling over 70 million records worldwide and has had more than 50 singles in the UK Charts. 

The band achieved chart topping success in both the UK and America with their reggae cover of Neil Diamond’s ‘Red Red Wine’, and a cover of ‘I Got You Babe’ with Chrissie Hynde, and had a further UK hit with (I Can’t Help) Falling In Love With You.

Now 20 albums into a career spanning four decades, the show ‘In memory of Astro’ will be available for fans across the globe and will celebrate the life and career of inspirational musician Astro who died following a short illness on 6 November 2021, at the age of 64.

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