Bob Marley – Redemption Song

Happy Birthday Bob Marley.   February 6th, 1945 – May 11th, 1981.



“Marley”, a documentary about the LEGEND Bob Marley, in theatres 4/20/12

“…are you a rich man? Have a lot of possessions?”
“Possession make you rich? I don’t have that type of richness… my richness is life…”
Bob Marley

Robert Nesta ‘Bob’ Marley, has to be one of the most influential musicians of our time. He was an artist that believed in a movement of “On Love”. He tried to teach the world that if you are accepting and love one another as if he was your brother, than we as a universe would all co-exist on a higher level tranquility. That we would escalate from not just tolerating our differences as a human species, but learn to understand one another, as we all were created equally, with no one person having superiority over his brother or sister.
“Marley”, produced by Ziggy Marley, Bob’s 4th son, and directed by Academy Award-winning director, Kevin Macdonald, takes us on an irie ride through the life of Jamaica’s most inspiring hero. It will show the impact Bob had on music history as it illustrates his unparalleled and unique role he took on as political and social prophet. With support from the Marley family, “Marley” will include rare footage, in-depth interviews and unbelievable concerts, while we get to know the legend a little better through interviews with people who knew him best.

Bob’s 7 sons (photo courtesy of

This higly anticipated documentary will fist be shown at the Berlin Film Festival. It will make its North American premiere at SXSW this year, in Austin, Texas.
Marley will be released in theatres on nothing less than the most appropriate/irie day of the year, 4/20!

“Until the color of a man’s skin, is of no more significance than the color of his eyes…”
Bob Marley
Felix the Hat,
Live Music City, high hopes!

Heroes live forever, but legends never die, Happy 67th Bob Marley

When we think of reggae, I would bet 10-1 odds you think of legendary Robert Nesta “Bob” Marley. Its hard to imagine where reggae might be today without his groundbreaking, unforgettable jams.
Happy Birthday Bob, rock on up there!

Live Music City, high hopes!