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Today, we take another look at where some Jamaican entertainers were when Bob Marley passed and how they felt, 31 years ago on Friday.Nadine Sutherland, entertainerMore than likely I would have been at school, but I was devastated as Bob Marley...
Friday marked the 31st anniversary of reggae icon Bob Marley's death. The singer passed away at the age of 36 from cancer and left behind a legacy that transcends all musical genres and appeals to all age groups worldwide.
Thirty-one years after Bob Marley's death, the documentary Marley premiered at Emancipation Park, New Kingston, in April. An intensely personal look at Marley's life, one of the extremely emotional periods of the film occurred when the magnitude of Marley's illness became clear.
Many Musicolo-gists tend to believe that Channel One was to the 1970s what Studio One was to the 1960s.
In her first year as pageant director, former beauty queen Regina Beavers will be integrating Jamaica 50 and her own flair into this year's Miss Jamaica World coronation show.