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Bob Marley and the Culture of Reggae

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Bob Marley and the Culture of Reggae

Bob Marley and the Culture of Reggae

Bob Marley and the Culture of Reggae

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His music came to symbolize a religion, an entire musical style — and the country of Jamaica. On the 60th anniversary of his birth, fans celebrate the genius who brought reggae to the world. We discuss the legacy of Bob Marley. Guests: Roger Steffens, reggae historian Chris Wilson, A&R director, Heartbeat Records Tanya Stephens, reggae singer and DJ

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