Bob Marley

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Jamaican singer who popularized reggae (1945-1981)

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Early bird tickets to the 5th Bob Marley Festival on February 9 are Dh125.
The observant researchers later described these spiders as the species new to science and were quickly associated their emergence with Bob Marley and his song 'High Tide or Low Tide'.
There are more than 100 million Bob Marley & The Wailers recordings sold, including 1977's Exodus, anointed Best Album of the Century in 1999 by Time Magazine, and "One Love," named Song of the Millennium that same year by BBC.
Is it correct to assume that its universal popularity received a major blow when Bob Marley passed away in 1981?
The main proponent of the music, of course, was and still is Bob Marley.
CUTLINE: Bob Marley has released 26 comedy albums and appeared in several films, a Comedy Central special and numerous TV shows.
House of Marley, a company dedicated to the vision of reggae musician Bob Marley, offers high-quality headphones made of natural and reclaimed materials.
In the German and Russian issues of Interview magazine, Kate grills Naomi, asking her about making an appearance in a Bob Marley video when she was little.
I think to myself Bob Marley would have liked the giant stone lions outside the venue.
The West Coast Rock Festival, at Ninian Park in June 1976, featured - improbably, given the theme of the show - reggae giants Bob Marley and the Wailers, then on the verge of world domination, More in keeping was the undercard, which featured Eric Burdon, once of the Animals but having "gone native" after long periods spent in San Francisco, Woodstock cheerleaders Country Joe and the Fish, the UK's own mellow fellows Sutherland Brothers and Quiver, and soul diva Gloria Jones, watched in the crowd by her lover Marc Bolan, a year before they were involved in a car crash which left him dead.
Bob Marley, who took reggae music from Jamaica to the world, is one of the pop culture saints of our age--on par with Elvis, Che Guevara, Malcolm X.
In Steffens' press booklet, The New York Times is quoted as saying the presentation is "the next best thing to seeing Bob Marley live.
A TRIBUTE night to remember Bob Marley is being held in Coventry on May 5.
There was a picture of a painting of Bob Marley, and it reminded me of two things.
A huge fan of Bob Marley, Foxy was thrilled to be asked to ride a horse part-owned by the legendary singer when he was in Jamaica one winter.