Ben & Jerry's Debut Bob Marley Ice CreamA portion of proceeds from the limited-batch ice cream will benefit a youth empowerment program in Jamaica, One Love Camp.
This Week In History: Beatles Take Control; The Boss' Big Debut; Farewell to the 'King of Reggae'; 'The Chairman' Retires; Dionne Gets PinchedThis week we go back to the '60s as The Beatles take control of the music charts; the '70s when 'The Boss' makes his big debut; the '80s where we say farewell to the 'King of Reggae'; the '90s as the 'Chairman of the Board' takes his final bow; and back to 2002 when, on her way to San Jose, Dionne Warwick gets pinched!
Bob Marley & The Wailers to Reissue 'Exodus' for 40th AnniversaryThe new record packages features a "restatement" version of the iconic album overseen by Ziggy Marley.
Lost Bob Marley Recordings RestoredThe tapes include live versions of "No Woman No Cry," "Exodus" and "Jamming." Today would have been Marley's 72nd birthday.
Damian Marley Converting Old Prison Into Weed FactoryBob Marley's youngest son prepares a new twist on the family business.
This Week In History: Paul is Dead, King Fu Fighting, Bob Marley, Diana Ross, and Sly StoneHi guys! Joe Causi once again with another Week in Music History and talk about one of the wildest weeks ever. Get ready for some highs and some real lows as its back through the 1960s to the 2000s.
This Week In History: The Turtles, Woodstock, Bob Marley, Frank Sinatra, and Neil DiamondTalk about a week of up’s and downs! This week we look at what really went on behind closed doors at the White House in the 60’s; The Greatest Triple soundtrack ever; We lose the king of reggae and the king of swing; and another Brooklyn original takes it to the top!
A Bob Marley Cannabis Strain Will Be Released on His BirthdayMarley Natural will be available tomorrow on the icon's 71st birthday
Happy 100th Les Paul: 5 Classic Albums with a Les Paul on the CoverLots of legendary six-stringers have rocked a Gibson Les Paul. Some have put them on their album covers.
Newly Discovered Ocean Parasite Named After Bob MarleyIn most cases, having a new species named after you would be pretty incredible, but we're not sure if that's really the case for a newly discovered ocean parasite that has been dubbed after Jamaican singing legend, Bob Marley.
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