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Jamaican musician ZIGGY MARLEY will release his new live album Ziggy Marley In Concert on 18 December via iTunes.
You can pre-order the new album, out on Tuff Gong Worldwide, from the official ZIGGY MARLEY website.
WAILERS bassist ASTON “FAMILY MANY” BARRETT has been given a lifetime achievement award by Bass Player magazine.
The legendary bass player took home the award in recognition for a lifetime of “outstanding contributions to the art, craft and profession of bass playing”.
The BOB MARLEY AND THE WAILERS blue plaque unveiling ceremony finally took place on Saturday (8 September) in Neasden, North West London.
FORM UK, the Federation Of Reggae Music, has announced the date and location for the upcoming BOB MARLEY AND THE WAILERS heritage ‘blue plaque’ ceremony in London.
The commemorative plaque will be unveiled at 15 The Circle in Neasden NW2 7QR on 8 September from 3pm.
The new Kevin MacDonald-directed BOB MARLEY documentary ‘Marley’ got its worldwide premiere this weekend and has received high praise from the international press.
Here’s a selection of some of the reviews:
Marley – review (Philip French, The Guardian)
The UK’s Guardian newspaper interviewed ‘Marley’ film director Kevin MacDonald where he explained how he pieced the film together from BOB MARLEY’s troubled early years in Jamaica to worldwide adulation.
The BBC has interviewed British film director Kevin MacDonald about his latest film ‘Marley’ – a new documentary about BOB MARLEY.
Visit the BBC website for the full interview.
The film tells the story of the late reggae legend through never seen before footage and interviews with his friends, colleagues and relatives.
The eagerly anticipated documentary about reggae legend BOB MARLEY, entitled ‘Marley’, will hit cinemas worldwide from 20 April.
Jamaican musician STEPHEN MARLEY has come out against a recent article in Forbes Magazine which questioned whether the heirs to the BOB MARLEY estate were destroying the legacy of the late artist.
Jamaica’s Sunday Observer caught up with STEPHEN MARLEY at the Bob Marley Museum in St Andrew last week, where he defended his family's business decisions.
The first ever authorised documentary on BOB MARLEY’s life, entitled ‘Marley’, will premiere later this month at the 62nd International Film Festival (9-19 Feb.) in Berlin.
BOB MARLEY’s family has also granted permission for VH1 and Magnolia Pictures to distribute the film in the US, expected to hit theatres from April.
UK reggae artist MACKA B, backed by THE ROOTS RAGGA BAND, performed last night (6 February) at the Bath Komedia as part of a BOB MARLEY birthday celebration.
Marley’s Mellow Mood is tonight (6 February) hosting a show featuring rising UK reggae artist NATTY at the 100 Club to celebrate the life of BOB MARLEY.
Tickets for the London gig are priced at £5 and will only be available on the night.
ROHAN MARLEY and JULIAN MARLEY appeared on the BBC Breakfast TV show today to discuss the 1Love foundation.
You can watch the brief interview by clicking here.
Three decades after BOB MARLEY's death, his wife and children are keeping the singer's legacy of peace and unity alive with the charitable movement.
A new documentary featuring BOB MARLEY’s eldest grandchild, Donisha Prendergast, is having its world premiere next week and will soon be available on general release.
‘RasTa: A Soul's Journey’ will show at the Festival du Nouveau Cinéma (FNC) in Montreal, Canada, on 18 October, with a repeat on 20 October.
The film is an exploration of the world of Rastafari and the inspiration behind BOB MARLEY's music.
British reggae DJ DAVID RODIGAN has presented part nine of his summer radio show for BBC Radio 2.
The one-hour-long show of classic roots and reggae is now available for download.
This week RODIGAN features a session track from BOB MARLEY and THE WAILERS, which was recorded for the BBC back in 1973.