FANS ARE set to rock to pulsating reggae rhythms this month as a series of events are planned across Jamaica and the UK to celebrate what would have been Bob Marley’s 70th birthday.
The legendary Jamaican musician, who is famed for worldwide hits such as No Woman No Cry and One Love, died aged 36 in 1981.
Activities will take place on Marley’s actual birthday, today (Feb 6) at the Kingston-based Bob Marley Museum – which closed its doors last year for renovation. The day’s activities will include symposiums on reggae music and reggae jam sessions with Chronixx, Kabaka Pyramid and Nomaddz.
The late, iconic reggae star will also be celebrated with a landmark concert tomorrow (Feb 7).
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