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Earl Falconer

born on 23/1/1957 in Birmingham, West Midlands, United Kingdom

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Earl Falconer

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Earl Falconer

Earl Falconer (born 23 January 1957, Birmingham, England) is a British bass player and singer, currently working with the British reggae band, UB40. Falconer also co-founded the bass music label Circus Records alongside Flux Pavilion, Doctor P and DJ Swan-E.

Early life & Career

Falconer attended St. Benedict's junior school and Mosely Road School Of Art. He was an unemployed plasterer at the time of UB40's formation.[1]

In 1988 he was imprisoned for six months as a result of a car accident that killed his brother Pablo Falconer, who was also the bands producer.[2]

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