Tuesday, 8 February 2011

REBEL MUSIC: Trench Town comes alive for BOB MARLEY's 66th anniversary birthday celebrations

MUSICAL TRIBUTES FOR BOB: The annual Bob Marley Stage Show in the late reggae legend's former hometown of Trench Town was another hit as a massive crowd descended on the concert to participate in the 66th birthday celebrations for one of the region's greatest-ever icons. Among the famous faces were Grammy winners Junior Gong and Stephen Marley, who came to honour their dad's memory. Here are some highlights:

Damian 'Junior Gong' Marley kept it simple with his clean look, a spliff and bottle of liquor. Paula Pinnock-McLeod, Digicel's Sponsorship Manager, looks cute too in this cool shot.

Junior Gong, who has been busy on the road for months touring with Nas, flew in to hit the stage to pay homage to his legendary father.

Mr. Singy-Singy Tarrus Riley salutes the lion paw during his performance.

Stephen Marley does not make an appearance if he is not outfitted military style. The man is always prepared for war, no doubt.

Digicel CEO Mark Linehan; Talk Up Yout' host Empress; radio personality Stephen Golding and McLeod enjoyed the great musical performances.

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