A household name in modern pop-reggae circles, Ali Campbell (born Alistair Campbell in Birmingham, England) was known -- mostly -- as the lead vocalist and guitar player for U.K. reggae act UB40. That band, which Campbell formed with the seven other members in the late '70s, was a U.K. pop chart stalwart, eventually cracking the U.S. market with a stylistic cover of Neil Diamond favorite "Red Red Wine." The band, which has never changed membership from the original eight members, continued to release albums into the 21st century, while Campbell, as a solo artist, released two full-length offerings: 1995's Big Love and 2007's Running Free. ~ Chris True
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