#Repost @bobmarleyfoundation ・・・ Look at all these beautiful soul rebels in the world who are ready to make a positive change. ☝🏿❤️ Thank you for taking part in the #MakeSomeone😊 movement. . The Bob Marley Foundation is excited to join with the #WeWillRizeTogether project and play its part by helping to fund a music room at the Haile Selassie High School. Follow @bobmarleyfoundation for more details. 🔊 . If you believe in the mission of One Love, post a photo of you smiling, nominate a friend and use the hashtag #MakeSomeone😊 . #BobMarleyMuseum #BobMarleyFoundation #WeWillRizeTogether #smilejamaicadubparty2017 #MakeSomeone😊
"Marley embraced humanity and joined the struggle for a non-racial society free of exploitation." – Horace Campbell, Staunch Magazine, 1981 _______ 📷 The aboriginal Māori people welcome Bob with a traditional powhiri ceremony upon his arrival in New Zealand, 1979.
Wind down the day with this audio live stream from Bob's show on Nov 15, 1979 at the Northrup Auditorium in Minneapolis, MN! #todayinbobslife . Give thanks to our friends at Bob Marley Concerts for the recording!
"Seeing Marley perform is not unlike watching a trained lion; except that he has the situation, the audience under complete control. His raw, aggressive singing style is punctuated by leonine body movements; a wild toss of his tangled mane he pounces, leaps and almost roars. He is King of the Jungle for that moment. He leaves audiences dancing in the aisles." – Sandra Jackson, New Pittsburgh Courier, 1979