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Ziggy Marley's latest or related album is Family Time
Which is released on 2009-05-05 from record company TUFF GONG WORLDWIDE.
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Ziggy Marley Talks Live Album, "End Polio Now", Organic Food Line, and More - Source: ArtistDirect You can always hear it in everything he does, especially on songs like "Personal Revolution".
Ziggy Marley Interview: How Reggae Lost Its Magic and the Miracles of Hemp - Source: Spinner Ziggy Marley believes reggae will never be what it was in his father's day, but he's doing his best to keep the genre's spirit alive.
Glassjaw, First Aid Kit, The Cribs, Ziggy Marley & other tickets - Source: Brooklyn Vegan I just realized that Glassjaw added a 2nd "Worship and Tribute" show at Irving Plaza, starting late - at midnight, on the same day as the previously announced show.
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David Nesta “Ziggy” Marley (born October 17, 1968, Trenchtown) is a Grammy-winning jamaican musician. He is the oldest son of Rita and Bob Marley, the legendary roots reggae singer. His mother Rita called and baptised him David, but his father Bob nicknamed him “Ziggy” in reference to his childhood nickname. Born in Saint Ann Parish, Jamaica, Marley learned how to play guitar and drums from his father. A native of Kingston, Jamaica, Ziggy Marley first sat in on recording sessions with his father’s band, legendary reggae troupe Bob Marley and the Wailers, when he was ten years old. Joining with his three siblings to become The Melody Makers, Ziggy crafted his own soulful sound blending blues, rnb, hip-hop and roots reggae. After their first two albums, Play The Game Right (1985) and Hey World! (1986), The Melody Makers earned their first Grammy (Best Reggae Recording) for Conscious Party (1988), an album produced by Talking Heads Chris Frantz and Tina Weymouth which included the hit songs “Tomorrow People” and “Tumbling Down.” Subsequent albums included the Grammy-winning One Bright Day (1989), Jamekya (1991), Joy and Blues (1993), Free Like We Want 2 B (1995), their third Grammy winner Fallen is Babylon (1997), Spirit of Music (1999) and Ziggy Marley & the Melody Makers Live, Vol 1 (2000), which featured some of their biggest hits as well as a cover of Bob Marley’s “Could You Be Loved.” Learn more about Ziggy Marley