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Bob Marley’s daughter and grandson give London that ‘One Love’ ...


Bob Marley’s daughter and grandson give London that ‘One Love’ feeling

Saatchi Gallery launches exhibition featuring memorabilia, photographs and personal items of the reggae star

Edward Baran

Bob Marley’s daughter and grandson on Wednesday visited an exhibition that opened in London telling the life story of the late Jamaican reggae singer.

The One Love Experience, at London’s Saatchi Gallery for the next 10 weeks before heading on a multi-city tour, features memorabilia, photographs and personal items. These range from the original handwritten lyrics of Turn Your Lights Down Low to shoes Marley wore in the 1970s.

Born in 1945 in the rural Jamaican town of Nine Mile, Marley became a global superstar with hits such as No Woman, No Cry and One Love. He died of melanoma cancer in 1981 aged 36...

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