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Reggae legend Bob Marley to be celebrated on Bromley stage

PUBLISHED: 11:40 29 June 2017 | UPDATED: 11:40 29 June 2017

Legend on stage

Legend on stage

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The two-hour show will be performed by tribute band, Legend

The music of reggae legend Bob Marley is going to be celebrated on stage at Bromley’s Churchill Theatre on October 2.

The two-hour show will present a journey through his career, from his ska roots with The Wailers including hits such as Stir It Up, and Get Up, Stand Up, to his 70s and 80s hits Could You Be Loved, No Woman No Cry, Is This Love, Jammin’, Buffalo Soldier, Three Little Birds, Stir It Up, Exodux, Waiting In Vain, Satisfy My Soul, Iron Lion Zion, I Shot The Sheriff, Redemption Song, and Keep On Moving.

The tribute band presenting the performance, Legend, led by Michael Anton Phillips, have previously performed with Desmond Decker, Dennis Brown, The Mighty Diamonds, Errol Dunkley, and Burning Spears.

Varieties of the show have been performed on stage since 2006.

For more information and tickets visit churchilltheatre.co.uk or call 0203 285 6000.

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