One love. One heart. One perfect day

One love. One heart. One perfect day

As the 25th anniversary of Bob Marley’s death nears, memories of seeing the supernatural legend in concert remain powerful

Gather ’round, kids. I’m going to tell you about the time I saw a legend, a natural mystic, in the flesh. In the two and a half decades since his passing, Bob Marley has not only become the most internationally popular black musician of all time, but more a symbol of freedom, enlightenment and love than mortal man. But on May 6, 1979, he was right there in front of me, on the stage, his eyes closed and those words flowing from his soul. “One good thing about music,” sang this Dylan/Lennon in dreadlocks, “when it hits, you feel no pain.”

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