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Ziggy Marley

About Ziggy Marley

Ziggy Marley & the Melody Makers become something of a pop phenomenon and musical disappointment simultaneously with their Top 40 hit "Tomorrow People" in 1989. Trapped in the Julian Lennon syndrome, most people couldn't listen to Marley without hearing and seeing his father, and were subsequently disappointed by the less-than-pure brand of reggae he performed. But Marley simply can't shake his early musical training -- his work since has demonstrated the power of his faultless, soulful vocals, while his spot-on politics seem to have had some effect on his music and message.

Listen toZiggy Marleyon Rhapsody

Ziggy Marley & the Melody Makers become something of a pop phenomenon and musical disappointment simultaneously with their Top 40 hit "Tomorrow People" in 1989. Trapped in the Julian Lennon syndrome, most people couldn't listen to Marley without hearing and seeing his father, and were subsequently disappointed by the less-than-pure brand of reggae he performed. But Marley simply can't shake his early musical training -- his work since has demonstrated the power of his faultless, soulful vocals, while his spot-on politics seem to have had some effect on his music and message.

About Ziggy Marley

Ziggy Marley & the Melody Makers become something of a pop phenomenon and musical disappointment simultaneously with their Top 40 hit "Tomorrow People" in 1989. Trapped in the Julian Lennon syndrome, most people couldn't listen to Marley without hearing and seeing his father, and were subsequently disappointed by the less-than-pure brand of reggae he performed. But Marley simply can't shake his early musical training -- his work since has demonstrated the power of his faultless, soulful vocals, while his spot-on politics seem to have had some effect on his music and message.

About Ziggy Marley

Ziggy Marley & the Melody Makers become something of a pop phenomenon and musical disappointment simultaneously with their Top 40 hit "Tomorrow People" in 1989. Trapped in the Julian Lennon syndrome, most people couldn't listen to Marley without hearing and seeing his father, and were subsequently disappointed by the less-than-pure brand of reggae he performed. But Marley simply can't shake his early musical training -- his work since has demonstrated the power of his faultless, soulful vocals, while his spot-on politics seem to have had some effect on his music and message.