Happy Birthday Bob
By: Brian Jahn
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Category: Africa, African Music, Bob Marley, Ganja, Historical Jamaica, Jamacian Music, Jamaica, Jamaican History, Jamaican Music, Jamaican Musicians, Jamaican Reggae, Kingston, New York, New York Reggae, NYC Reggae, Rasta, Rastafari, Rastaman, Reggae music, Reggae Musicians, Roots Reggae, Trench Town, Tuff Gong
The son’s of Bob Marley. Julian, Rohan, Stephen, Damian, Ky-Mani, Robert. (1999)
I’m posting this image in honor of what would have Been Bob Marley’s 70th birthday on February 6th. This was taken some years ago in NYC at the release party for the Bob Marley all-star tribute CD “Chant Down Babylon”. Bob Marley’s message and music is still spreading throughout the world. It never ceases to amaze me when traveling all the places you hear the music of Bob Marley, even in the most remote distant places . Few people in history have ever reached the worldwide recognition that Bob has today.
Happy Birthday Bob, ! (and me)