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Bob Marley

Person   Born 6/2/1945 Died 11/5/1981

Categories: Music / songs, Seriously Famous

Countries: Jamaica, USA

Robert Nesta Marley, singer, lyricist and Rastafarian icon. His reggae songs include: No Woman, No cry, One Love, I Shot the Sherriff.

Born in Jamaica. In 1977 diagnosed with cancer in a soccer wound on a big toe. Rastafarians believe that people should die whole and so do not accept amputation as a treatment. The cancer spread but he continued touring. In May 1981 he left Germany to spend his last days in Jamaica but he became too ill on the flight and was take to a hospital, the Cedars of Lebanon, in Miami, where he died.

More information about Bob Marley in London at the BBC, and Fitzrovia News.

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Bob Marley

Marley lived here on the first of his many visits to London. He died of can...

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