Seven Ways To Celebrate Bob Marley’s Birthday

The Tuff Gong Turns 69 Today, So Lively Up Yourself

It’s that time of the year again. February 6, the day the King of Reggae was born in the rural village of Nine Mile in the hills of St. Ann, Jamaica. Had he not passed away in 1981 Bob would have turned 69 on this day. It’s a given to say that Bob has represented reggae music on a scale that no other individual has ever achieved. Decades later his music still lives and his face is still at the forefront of the scene. Here are 7 great ways you can feel a little bit of that Bob vibe today. (You know the 8th already—it’s now legal in Colorado.) Happy EarthStrong Bob Marley  Continued After The Jump…

1. Watch Bob Marley and The Wailers plus the I Three shock out live

2. Hear Stephen Marley’s new song “Thorn Or A Rose” ft. Black Thought

3. Hear Damian Marley’s new song “Is It Worth It? (Gun Man World)”

4. Hear Ziggy Marley’s new song “Fly Rasta”

5. Download Cedella Marley’s picture book Three Little Birds and read it to your youths…
This charming tale is soon to be an off-Broadway play)


6. Book Your Tickets For The Nine Mile Festival
This concert benefits the Nine Mile Foundation and features Damian, Stephen, and Julian Marley as well as Lauryn Hill, Tessanne Chin, Shaggy, Sean Paul, Mavado, Chronixx, and many more.

7. Go On a Bob Shopping Spree At
Enter the code BOBMARLEYLIVES to get 35% OFF Bob Marley Merchandise—like these House of Marley Rise Up Headphones in Ites Green & Gold. Offer good Until Feb 10, 2014


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