Why is Bob Marley Day celebrated?

Why is Bob Marley day celebrated?

Last February 6th was Bob Marley's Day. If you want to discover why is Bob Marley Day celebrated, you must read this article! Read on to find out all the details.

Last February 6th was Bob Marley's Day. If you want to discover why is Bob Marley Day celebrated, you must read this article! Read on to find out all the details.

Every February 6, Bob Marley Day is celebrated in honor of the birth of the king of reggae, which occurred in 1945. Baptized as Robert Nesta Marley, he was born in Nine Mile, a small town north of the island of Jamaica, and with his music and philosophy changed the world.

Every February 6, Bob Marley Day is celebrated in honor of the birth of the king of reggae

With over 15 albums released, Bob Marley became a global icon. He passed away at the age of 36 on May 11, 1981, leaving a legacy that continues today.

This day began to be celebrated in Jamaica, but the admiration for the musician is so big that it spread to other territories, such as Toronto, Canada and Los Angeles, United States, among others.

With over 15 albums released, Bob Marley became a global icon.

From Bob Marley's official website they promoted different activities to commemorate the date, such as a Reggae Jam Session headed by the Marley Brothers, Marcia Griffiths and Nadine Sutherland, and the presentation of Ziggy Marley's latest album, "More Family Time".

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