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Bob Marley – A Shower of Bullets

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Bob Marley, Santa Monica, 1979. Photo by Neal Preston.

In this piece from the archives, Cameron reports on the shooting of Bob Marley in a Rolling Stone story from January, 1977. Miraculously, Marley played a festival in Jamaica just days later.


Bob Marley: the shooting of a Wailer

Los Angeles – Bob Marley, one of the world’s best-known reggae performers, and three other persons were shot December 3rd when seven gunmen burst onto the grounds of Marley’s home in Kingston, Jamaica, where he and his band, the Wailers, were rehearsing. Miraculously, amid a shower of bullets, there were no fatalities.

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Jul 22, 2015

Bob Marley: Still Golden

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Tomorrow marks the anniversary of Bob Marley’s death. His impact has continued to grow since May 11, 1981 and hopefully you saw the recent Marley documentary.

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May 9, 2013

Book Introduction: Bob Marley and the Golden Age of Reggae

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I’m pleased to present Cameron’s introduction to the recent book, Bob Marley and the Golden Age of Reggae. The book written by Roger Steffens and Jeff Walker focuses on the years 1975-1976 and includes some great photographs by Kim Gottlieb-Walker. For additional Bob Marley reading, you might want to check out Cameron’s piece in Rolling Stone that documents the shooting/assassination attempt from December 1976,

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Feb 24, 2011

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