The Tribute Train pulls into this year’s autumn stop to pay homage to reggae’s most iconic figure and Jamaica’s first international superstar.
Bob Marley promoted the music of his native island nation around the world and was also a rigorous advocate for social justice. He highlighted the plight of
the impoverished, called out the oppressors and agitated for social change, while simultaneously encouraging listeners to forget their woes and just dance. His deftly crafted songs were vignettes of daily struggle, devout spirituality and empowered revolution, as well as being unfeasibly groovy.
If you would like to perform a Bob Marley song at this night, please send an email to TributeNight@hotmail.co.uk.
There is no admission fee as such, but donations will be collected during the interval, so please keep some money aside. Suggested donation £5. All donations go to the Rising Sun Arts Centre, which is a registered charity and is funded mostly by its own earned income.
Doors open at 8pm for a prompt 8:30pm start.