UB40 have announced new dates for their first tour with new vocalist Matt Doyle. The band replaced Duncan Campbell as frontman last year following a dispute with the group’s management. The summer dates will feature the former Take That singer. The band will then play 24 dates in the UK in November and December. In addition to the summer tour, UB40 will also perform in the USA in April.
The band has announced that they will be performing live for the first time with Matt Doyle. The singer will replace Duncan Campbell, who is set to depart from the band in August 2020. The new singer will be part of UB40’s first tour with him, which begins on October 30 in Castlebar, Ireland. The band will also be releasing a collaboration album in February 2022 with ‘Astro’, which is due out in August.
UB40 are currently on a tour with their new vocalist, Matt Doyle. The band previously had Kioko’s Ali Campbell as their lead singer. The singer left the band due to ill health and was replaced by David Virr on the frontman position. During this tour, UB40 will also release a new album featuring two songs by a new singer.
The new frontman for UB40 is Matt Doyle. The band’s former lead singer Duncan Campbell is set to retire from the band in August 2020. The new frontman will join the band after he finishes his term in August. The tour will include several songs from their hit album, Bigga Baggariddim. The band will also release a collaborative album featuring the new singer.
The band have extended their Bigga Baggariddim Tour to the UK. The band is currently on a tour that includes Manchester and Leeds. On this tour, they will debut a new single, “Champion”, which was written by the band’s former lead singer. After the tour, they will also release a new collaboration album with their old singers.
UB40 have announced the dates for their first tour with new vocalist Matt Doyle. The band will be on the road throughout the spring. The band will begin the Bigga Baggariddim Tour in May, with a live performance of their new track, “Champion.” In addition to touring with their newest member, they will also be launching a new album with eleven original songs.