I an' I - Roots Rock Reggae, Boston - August 2004
Left to right: Ky-mani, Damian, Ziggy, Julian and Stephen

Just after seeing Julian here in Ireland, I went back to Boston to the Roots, Rock, Reggae Festival, which was a tribute to Bob Marley by five of his sons, Ziggy, Julian, Damian, Stephen and Ky-mani.

They played about 2 hours; each playing 2 or 3 of their own songs and 4 or 5 of Bobs songs too. It was nice to see all 5 sons playing together on the same stage; the highlight for me was when Ziggy sang "Melancholy mood", which is one of my favorite songs.

It was definitely worth the trip to Boston to see them and I hope it's not the last.

Whilst in Boston I went to an amazing tatooist who did a lovely tatoo of Bob on my right arm, it has the phrase 'Time wil tell..' underneath it. Have to say that the tatooist really knew his stuff and did a really good job.

This man below stood proudly waving this huge flag and dancing for the entire set - what a job! Click on the pictures to view larger versions.

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April 2009 - The Wailers, Birmingham UK
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November 2006 - Ziggy Marley, Boston USA
July 2006 - Ziggy Marley, Birmingham UK
February 2006 - Damian 'Jr Gong' Marley
May 2005 - Julian Marley
April 2005 - Damian & Stephen Marley
August 2004 - Roots Rock Reggae Festival
July 2004 - Julian Marley
July 2003 - The Wailers
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May 2001 - My first trip to see The Wailers
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