Robert Nesta Marley Booker was born in Nine Mile (St. Ann, Jamaica) on February 6, 1945, of Afro-Jamaican and Jamaican white race of English origin. This Wednesday, he would have been 74 years old.
His role in Raymond Charlotte, Curtis Mayfield, Domino or The Fats Domino or The Drifters.
Soon, he shared his passion and passion with other young people like Bunny Wailer, Pete Tosh, and Junior Braithwaite. When the quartet incorporated choristers Beverly Kelso and Cherry Smith in 1963, they unknowingly created Jamaica’s most influential band, The Wailing Wailers.
This is just the beginning of an exciting story, which has become increasingly popular among Bob Marley, who became an icon of life and legend after his death in 1981, at the age of 36 only.
Bob Marley’s birthday
Bob Marley, the reggae icon, was born that day (February 6, 1945). To celebrate what would have been his 74th birthday, we are presenting this fantastic filming of Bob Marley and Wailers at the Oakland Auditorium in 1979, less than two years before his untimely death from cancer. You can watch the full concert below with Pastevault.
Marley always begins the show with “Positive Vibration” from 1976 by Rastaman Vibration. He leads his band in an electrifying ensemble that perfectly combines “roots, rock and reggae” (as does the song of the same name from 1976), which testifies to his popularity as a stage performer in the United States And in the world.