Bob Marley 75th Diamond Birthday Bash, 31st January 2020
Bob Marley OM 75th Birthday
Diamond Jubilee Celebration 2020 Live
Friday January 31st Pumpehuset, Studiestræde 52, doors 19:30
For this year 2020, we will be making an exciting and informative Celebration called,
’So much Trouble in the world’
Not only will it feature tributes to the King of reggae by Headliner the legendary Little Roy (Jamaica) backed by Hafizi Crew (DK), Reggae for kids, seminars, Bingi drumming, Jamaican food, and great performances from various reggae acts from the Danish reggae seen like Pharfar, Kaka, Jah Turban plus more which will reflect Marley’s beliefs and musical legacy,
But it will also celebrate a very special historical time in Marley’s Diamond Jubilee – his 75th birthday.
Robert Nesta Marley was born on the 6th February 1945, every year reggae fans all over the world celebrate The King of Reggae Music’s birthday as a reminder of his work for peace, love and liberty. Songs such as “Jamming,” “Waiting in Vain,” “War,” and “One Love/People Get Ready,” has the message of Love, Peace and Social Justice, which has touched, uplifted and given voice to the day-to-day struggles of so many people for irrespective of race, religion, status or gender around the world, even today.
Little Roy was born Earl Lowe in Whitfield Town, Kingston Jamaica in 1953. As a teenager He recorded for Jamaica’s Motown Coxsone Dodd Studio 1, also for the king of Ska Prince Buster and then Lloyd Matador Daley – for whom the sixteen-year-old talent sang Bongo Nyah, the first openly Rasta song to top the Jamaican chart in 1969. He then started his Tafari label where he released the much-covered hits Prophecy and Tribal War. Little Roy a Rasta since his teens, and then leaving Jamaica for the USA and ultimately settling in London. In 2010 Tribal War was revived once again by Nas and Damian Marley for their ‘Distant Relatives’ opus, Little Roy contributed some undeniable classics to the genre reggae during the 1970s: populace-pleasing hits that were also vehicles for his Rastafari-inspired message.
Did you know that Nas and Damian Marley song – Tribal War – was originally done by Little Roy
Schedule for this event.
– Kids / youths 75th tribute live
– Headliner from Jamaica – The Legendary Little Roy
– Reggae talents Based in Denmark – Kaka, Goldie, Pharfar, Jah Turban – Ilawy – Rudee spice plus many more
– Hafizi Crew – backing band
– Work shop on Bob Marley’s life
– Seminar on Rastafari – Reggae music
— Master class on Reggae / Dancehall in DK – Pharfar
– Nyah Bingi drumming
– Sky Juice Sound (spinning Marley on the box)
– Bob Marley works shown through video shows and images.
ONE LOVE PEOPLE GET READY!