Great moment of fear for the fans of the group UB40. A few hours after the announcement of the death of rapper FBG Duck, Duncan Campbell, the leader of the British group, suffered a stroke. This information was quickly confirmed by the other members of the group on Twitter: “We confirmed that our leader and brother Duncan Campbell was taken to the hospital after having suffered a stroke,” they wrote on the social network.
To reassure the fans, the musicians, however, assured that Duncan Campbell was “back on his feet” before evoking their hope that his recovery will be full and speedy: “If we can report that he is already on his feet, we ask the fans. respect the privacy of Duncan and his family. ” To show that everything seems to be going for the better, the group reminded their fans that they will be able to meet again very soon: their next concert tour is scheduled for spring 2021.
Two members of the group affected by health problems
If 62-year-old Duncan Campbell just suffered a stroke, another member of the group also worried everyone recently. Last year, doctors diagnosed Brian Travers, the band’s saxophonist, with a brain tumor. A major health problem that forced him to stop traveling. Unfortunately, Brian Travers missed the concert tour organized to celebrate the fortieth anniversary of the group’s formation. The musician had also been operated on the same day of the launch of the concerts organized throughout the United Kingdom.
The group UB40 is behind the hits Red Red Wine, Falling In Love With You, Don’t Break My Heart, Groovin ‘or the famous cover of the song I Got You Babe.