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|Birth name||Norman Lamont Hassan|
26 January 1958 |
|Instruments||Percussion, trombone, vocals|
Norman Lamont Hassan (Arabic: نورمان حسن; born 26 January 1958) is an English musician of Yemeni and Welsh descent who is best known as being a member of the reggae band UB40 since its foundation in 1978.
After starting off as percussionist in 1978, he learned the trombone in 1981, when the band decided to add a brass section. He sang his first lead vocal on Labour of Love. He is also known for his on-stage dancing.
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