Digicel releases “48 hours of Bob”

Digicel releases “48 hours of Bob”
Bob Marley

bob_marley_by_jamesf63-d4za6s2PRESS RELEASE – Total communications and entertainment provider, Digicel, will this year celebrate music legend, Bob Marley’s 71st birthday with a 48-hour live stream.

The stream, which will start 12:00am on Saturday, 6th February, will feature exclusive Bob Marley content inclusive of the 2015 Redemption Concert that was held in downtown, Kingston, plus highlights from this year’s Bob Marley birthday celebrations at the Bob Marley Museum, the Marley documentary by Kevin McDonald, as well as interviews and music videos.

The highlight on the live stream will be this year’s Redemption Live concert that will be held at Sabina Park on 7th February, starting at 7pm. Boasting a mix of veterans and reggae crooners, the impressive lineup will see the likes of Bugle, Coco Tea, I-Octane, Jesse Royale, Leroy Sibbles, Morgan Heritage, Nesbeth, Sizzla and Tanya Stephens, among others taking the stage come Sunday night.

Gramps Morgan, from the 2016 Reggae Grammy-nominated, Morgan Heritage said; “We are looking forward to Sunday as we haven’t performed in Jamaica for a while, especially in Kingston. Our fans can expect to hear some of their favourite Morgan Heritage hits as well as new songs from our Grammy-nominated album. We want everyone to come out or tune in to the live stream as we know with Digicel, it will be a first class production.”

Peter Lloyd, Director of Group Marketing for Digicel Caribbean and Central America said; “Much like Bob Marley’s music, the Internet transcends geographical borders and we’re very happy to celebrate the iconic reggae star’s birthday with the world through our 48-hour live stream.”

48-hours of Bob will be streamed on the Digicel Jamaica YouTube page- www.youtube.com/DigicelJamaica and available worldwide inclusive of Digicel’s 32 markets.

Digicel and Tuff Gong International have been partners for several years; the partnership gives the telecommunications and entertainment company access to exclusive Bob Marley content and use of his image and music.


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  1. Truly a man of simplicity, from extreme poverty, a lack of a formal education, did not deter him from his goal or vision of changing the world and making it a better place. A testement that if one has a dream and put the time and effort in trying to make that dream a reality, it can happen. Both you and I have that same ability. Are we willing to sacrifice time and effort to make it happen. As always, Bob you made it my brother, you made a difference. Thank you.


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