Bob Marley's guitars don't show up at many parties these days. The legendary artist passed away in 1981 after a two-decade career that helped bring reggae music to mainstream listeners.
(2 months and 30 days ago)
Assessments of the Bob Marley tribute at the 55th Grammy Awards ceremony Sunday at Staples Center were largely complimentary about the medley delivered by Bruno Mars, Sting, Rihanna and Ziggy and Damien Marley that concluded with Marley's "Could You Be Loved," but many fans were wondering why it was served up this year.
(4 months and 6 days ago)
Bob Marley's "Three Little Birds" radiates feel-good vibes and this remix by his son Stephen Marley and DJ-producer Jason Bentley takes it to a new level with fresh snappy snares and revamped synths that put a little extra pop in the positive jam Marley's classic refrain of "Don't worry about...
(1 month and 5 days ago)
A genre-spanning collection of artists including Bruno Mars Sting and Rihanna all of whose music was influenced by Bob Marley gathered together on the Grammy stage Sunday night to pay tribute to the late reggae icon The musicians performed original songs influenced by Marley as well as a group cover...
(4 months and 7 days ago)
Comedian Bob Marley will bring his comic observations to stages across the Granite State in upcoming weeks.
(3 months and 13 days ago)
For a moment it didn't seem like the Bob Marley tribute was going to include any, you know, Bob Marley songs. The set kicked off with Bruno Mars doing "Locked Out of...
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Bob Marley's son, Rohan, explains how shoppers can now get real cups of Marley java right in their supermarket.
(13 days ago)
In Bob Marley circles, he is known simply as the crazy-dancing guy with an Afro who showed up in the video of Marley's 1979 Santa Barbara concert. He gyrates ecstatically (if off-beat) and is totally lost in the music, Marley-style. For decades, he has been semi-anonymous, his dancing performance known only to a handful of close friends and family members. In fact, for...
(2 months and 10 days ago)
Ziggy Marley has written a children's book. The five-time Grammy winning reggae singer and son of Bob's first book, I Love You Too, has been available on the Nook since early January, and will be released in hardcover and on iTunes on March 7th. According to a press release, the book is based on the song of the same title from Ziggy's children's album "Family Time." "This...
(4 months and 5 days ago)
Musician, actor, artist, activist Ziggy Marley is a man of many talents. He is also an entrepreneur with a line of food called Ziggy Marley Organics.
(3 months and 24 days ago)
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