It's a sad day when a UB40 tribute band is making more money than the actual group, but that's probably why former UB40 saxophonist Brian Travers has joined UB42.
"I know of about 20 UB40 tribute bands around the world and it's my ambition to play with all of them," he told The Sun. So take note, Red Red Winos or the I Got You Band: Travers has your back.
Maybe the other four members who also are reportedly bankrupt could form their own UB40 tribute band called WE B 50 for authenticity. Coincidentally, the original name for the band came from the U.K.'s Unemployment Benefit form No. 40.
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