“Bob Marley 75 B-day celebration” at Estudio Time Out

Bob Marley, would be 75 next February 6th, to celebrate this date the “Bob Marley 75 B-day celebration” will take place on the 8th at Estudio Time Out.

“Bob Marley 75 B-day celebration” at Estudio Time Out to be held intends to celebrate Bob Marley’s music and music, commemorating the 75 years of Jamaican musician.

With a huge list of musicians, like EEK-A-Mouse, Omar Perry from Jamaica, Nish Wadada from Cape Verde, or Mafia & Fluxy Band from England, among many others, a night that will only end in the morning.

Bob Marley 75th B-Day Celebration w/ Eek-a-Mouse and more..

Tudo a postos para a maior celebração do ano! E tu, vais ficar em casa? Vemo-nos dia 8 @Bob Marley 75th B-Day Celebration w/ EEK-a MOUSE & More / LisbonBob is Love!!!❤️??Tickets sale infos: by : PuppaRazziENAre you ready for the biggest celebration of the year? See you all on the 8th Bob Marley 75th B-Day Celebration w/ EEK-a MOUSE & More / LisbonBob is Love!!!??❤PS: Event and tickets linked above!#bobmarley #reggae #bobmarleybirthday#wecanchangetheworld #rasta #lisboaagenda #lisbonevents #eekamouse#omarperry #orlandosantos #mafia&fluxy#timeoutmarket #bobmarley75 #timeout #terralivre #nishwadada #hugootto #mrisaac #freddylocks #madprofessor #fayafex

Publicado por Taking Over Productions em Quinta-feira, 30 de janeiro de 2020

A production by Taking Over Productions that once again hosts this party in Lisbon

Robert Nesta Marley, better known as Bob Marley was born on February 6, 1945, a Jamaican singer, guitarist and composer, and the best-known reggae musician of all time has sold over 75 million records.

Through his music, he alerted to social and political issues, such as the Rastafarian movement and its ideals of peace, brotherhood, social equality, environmental preservation, liberation, resistance, freedom and universal love for the world.

Considered the voice of the black, poor and oppressed people of Jamaica. Africa and its problems such as misery, wars and European domination were also the subjects of his music, as it is the sacred land of the Rastafarian movement.

The Legend collection released three years after his death and which brings together some songs from the artist’s albums is the best-selling reggae album in history.

Bob was married to Rita Marley, one of the I Threes, who started to sing with the Wailers after they achieved international success. She was the mother of four of her twelve children (two of them adopted), the renowned Ziggy and Stephen Marley, who continue her father’s musical legacy in the band Melody Makers.

Others of his sons, Ky-Mani Marley, Julian Marley and Damian Marley (aka Jr. Gong) also followed a musical career.

Marley was elected by Rolling Stone magazine as the 11th greatest artist in the music of all time.

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