Rwandans celebrate Bob Marley’s 65th anniversary

AS the world celebrates the legacy of Bob Marley, Rwandans have organized a two-day concert, today and Sunday, at One Love club to remember the Jamaican reggae icon. The concert starts 9 pm and entrance fee is Rwf 2000. Scheduled to perform include, Police Jazzy Band, Best Sound, Holy Jah Doves, Kids Voice and Rasta Binamungu.

AS the world celebrates the legacy of Bob Marley, Rwandans have organized a two-day concert, today and Sunday, at One Love club to remember the Jamaican reggae icon.

The concert starts 9 pm and entrance fee is Rwf 2000.
Scheduled to perform include, Police Jazzy Band, Best Sound, Holy Jah Doves, Kids Voice and Rasta Binamungu.

Organizers expect that thousands will flock at the venue, for a gala concert to mark the music legend’s birthday.

Marley, who died at the age of 36 of brain cancer in 1981, is considered by many to be one of the most influential musicians of the 20th century. Most critics agree that no other musician has single-handedly held such sway over a music genre the way Marley did with reggae.

Bob Marley helped popularize Rastafarianism, which venerates the late Ethiopian Emperor Haile Selassie.

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