The enduring relevance of Bob Marley

Following what would have been Robert Nesta Marley's 75th birthday, Dotun Adebayo and Carroll Thompson explore the impact of his music and its messages

LEGEND: Reggae star Bob Marley on stage at the Hammersmith Odeon, London in June 1977

FEBRUARY 6 2020 would have been Bob Marley’s 75th birthday. In this episode of the Once Upon A Time When We Were Coloured podcast, Dotun Adebayo and his wife, lovers rock queen Carroll Thompson, discuss the reggae king’s relevance to a second generation black British constituency who had turned cockney.

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