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Posts Tagged ‘ Bob Marley ’

CARLENE DAVIS DEFENDS THE “SONGS OF BOB MARLEY” ALBUM!

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September 25, 2016
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By Kimberley Small— Bob Marley— “Over the years, Tommy would keep having conversations with me about Bob and – even conversations as to how Bob reacted towards a particular thing. And out of that, we did a single called Hey Brother Bob,” said Carlene Davis, who recently visited The Gleaner’s North Street offices to talk...
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RITA MARLEY IS HOSPITALIZED AFTER SUFFERING A MAJOR STROKE!

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September 21, 2016
RITA MARLEY IS HOSPITALIZED AFTER SUFFERING A MAJOR STROKE!

 Rita Marley– OBSERVER ONLINE has been reliably informed that Rita Marley, widow of reggae superstar Bob Marley, has been admitted to a Miami hospital after suffering a major stroke in the United States city last night. Sources have informed the Observer that Marley is in Miami to attend an event, but her appearance has...
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ALLAN “SKILL” COLE IS SUING FOR COPYRIGHT PROFITS FROM BOB MARLEY’S “WAR” AND “NATTY DREAD!”

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September 17, 2016
ALLAN “SKILL” COLE IS SUING FOR COPYRIGHT PROFITS FROM BOB MARLEY’S “WAR” AND “NATTY DREAD!”

By K’Shema Francis—   Allan “Skill” Cole is suing Island, Universal and Tuff Gong music over the copyright of Bob Marley’s songs “War” and “Natty Dread.” Cole who was a Jamaican soccer star says he co-wrote the songs in the 1970’s and is suing for his share of the copyright profits from the songs and...
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KINGSTON’S INNER CITY CHILDREN TO BENEFIT FROM THE MARLEY MUSIC ROOM!

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September 15, 2016
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 Senator Ruel Reid— KINGSTON, Jamaica (JIS) — Children from inner-city communities in Kingston are to benefit from the opening of the Marley Music Room at the Grace Kennedy/Parade Gardens Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) Center in downtown Kingston. The facility was officially opened during a ceremony held at the center on Water Lane...
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THE DANCE REMIX OF BOB MARLEY’S “IS THIS LOVE” CONTINUES TO SURGE ON INTERNATIONAL CHARTS!

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September 12, 2016
THE DANCE REMIX OF BOB MARLEY’S “IS THIS LOVE” CONTINUES TO SURGE ON INTERNATIONAL CHARTS!

 Bob Marley— THE dance remix of Bob Marley & the Wailers’ Is this Love by Dutch DJs/producers LVNDSCAPE and Bolier continues to surge on several international charts. Currently number 16 on the UK Singles top 40 singles chart, Is this Love is 67 in Sweden; seven in Scotland; 69 in the Netherlands; and 38...
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BOB MARLEY’S CONTROVERSIAL ACCOUNTANT, MARVIN ZOLT, DIES AT 95!

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September 4, 2016
BOB MARLEY’S CONTROVERSIAL ACCOUNTANT, MARVIN ZOLT, DIES AT 95!

 Bob Marley— Marvin Zolt, Bob Marley’s controversial former accountant, died August 25 in the United States. His obituary in The Berkshire Eagle newspaper gave his age as 95. In 1995, the United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit said that for five years after Marley’s death (in 1981), his lawyer David J Steinberg...
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HOW DID THE LANGUAGE OF JAMAICA BECOME MAINSTREAM IN CANADA?

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September 2, 2016
HOW DID THE LANGUAGE OF JAMAICA BECOME MAINSTREAM IN CANADA?

Dancehall and reggae music helped bring patois to the world, but it’s more than just slang — it’s a language of freedom.— By ETERNITY MARTIS— As a Torontonian, it’s not unusual to see white guys shake hands while greeting each other with a, wa gwaan? I wouldn’t say I particularly enjoy witnessing this —...
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LEE “SCRATCH” PERRY SPEAKS ABOUT MAKING BOB MARLEY, HELPING TO INVENT REGGAE MUSIC!

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August 27, 2016
LEE “SCRATCH” PERRY SPEAKS ABOUT MAKING BOB MARLEY, HELPING TO INVENT REGGAE MUSIC!

By Pete Chambers— If you ever get the chance, have a conversation with Lee ‘Scratch’ Perry. Half an hour with the man behind some of the greatest music ever made – his own and other people’s – is thick with Biblical allusions, lashings of fire, ice and thunder, protestations of greatness, rap, rhyme and...
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FORMER LEAD SINGER FOR THE WAILERS, ELAN, RETURNS WITH NEW SINGLE “WICKED GAME!”

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August 25, 2016
FORMER LEAD SINGER FOR THE WAILERS, ELAN, RETURNS WITH NEW SINGLE “WICKED GAME!”

 Elan Atias— During his 13-year association with The Wailers, singer Elan Atias worked with a diverse list of acts, from Gwen Stefani to Carlos Santana. For his latest project, he covers Wicked Game, American rock singer Chris Isaak’s breakthrough song. His reggae version was released digitally last week. Elan, as he is known professionally, said...
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VETERAN SAXOPHONIST HEADLEY BENNETT DIES AT 85!

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August 23, 2016
VETERAN SAXOPHONIST HEADLEY  BENNETT DIES AT 85!

 Headley Bennett— KINGSTON, Jamaica (AP) — Saxophonist Headley Bennett, who played on “Judge Not,” Bob Marley’s first song, has died at age 85, his family said Monday. His daughter Carol Bennett did not give an official cause of death, but said Bennett had suffered from high blood pressure and was recently diagnosed with prostate...
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