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Legend: The Music of Bob Marley New Wimbledon Theatre Tickets

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Legend: The Music of Bob Marley at New Wimbledon Theatre on Wednesday 1st May 2024 at 19:30.

When you think reggae, there is only one name that comes to mind. The legend that was Bob Marley.

Legend – The Music of Bob Marley is an unforgettable evening celebrating this musical icon in one fantastic stage show extravaganza. Combining his superb, distinctive vocals with flawless musicianship, and a supremely talented cast.

Together they recreate the timeless hits Could You Be Loved, Is This Love, One Love, No Woman No Cry, Three Little Birds, Jammin’, Buffalo Soldier, Get Up Stand Up, I Shot the Sheriff and many more reggae classics.

It is a two-hour spectacular, showcasing the magic of Marley. It captures the charisma and culture of an icon gone too soon.

This is a tribute show and is no way affiliated with any original artists/estates/management companies or similar shows.

Book tickets for Legend: The Music of Bob Marley at New Wimbledon Theatre on Wednesday 1st May 2024 at 19:30.

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93 The Broadway, Wimbledon, London SW19 1QG, UK

Bob Marley was born on February 6, 1945, in Nine Mile, Jamaica. He began his musical career in the early 1960s, forming the ska group the Teenagers with Peter Tosh and Bunny Wailer. The group later changed their name to the Wailers, and they became one of the most popular reggae bands in Jamaica.

In the 1970s, the Wailers signed with Island Records and released a series of albums that made them international stars. These albums included Catch a Fire (1973), Burnin’ (1973), Natty Dread (1974), Rastaman Vibration (1976), Exodus (1977), Kaya (1978), and Survival (1979).

Marley’s music was infused with the Rastafarian religion, which he adopted in the early 1970s. His songs often dealt with themes of social justice, peace, and love. He became a global icon for his music and his message of hope and unity.

Marley was diagnosed with acral lentiginous melanoma in 1977. He continued to tour and record despite his illness, and he released the album Uprising in 1980. He died on May 11, 1981, at the age of 36.

Marley’s legacy is immense. He is considered one of the greatest musicians of all time, and his music continues to inspire people around the world. He is also credited with bringing reggae music to a global audience, and he helped to make Jamaica a more visible and respected country.

Here are some of Bob Marley’s most famous songs:

  • One Love/People Get Ready (1973)
  • No Woman, No Cry (1974)
  • Get Up, Stand Up (1973)
  • War (1975)
  • Redemption Song (1979)
  • Is This Love (1978)
  • Could You Be Loved (1978)
  • Jamming (1977)
  • Buffalo Soldier (1979)
  • Positive Vibration (1976)

Marley’s music is still popular today, and it continues to inspire people around the world. He is a true icon of reggae music, and he is one of the most important figures in popular music history.

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