Ub40 Sued Over Tour

British reggae group UB40 is facing legal action from a promotion company over the profits from their 2008 U.S. tour.
Lawyers representing the Spectacle Entertainment Group - the firm hired to manage the band's North American dates last year (08) - have filed papers in court in Los Angeles accusing the band of failing to pay more than $170,000 (£117,000) in fees.
The suit, which was filed on Thursday (16Apr09), claims UB40 made more than $1.7 million (£1.17 million) from touring last year (08), according to TMZ.com.


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