Legend: The Music of Bob Marley

One Love, One Heart. Legend: The Music of Bob Marley is a celebration of the reggae icon Bob Marley. The show’s talented cast brings to life some of Marley’s greatest hits, including “Get Up Stand Up,” “No Woman No Cry,” “Could You Be Loved,” “Waiting in Vain,” “One Love,” “Is This Love,” “Jammin’,” “Buffalo Soldier,” “I Shot the Sheriff” and more.

The show delivers two hours of reggae music featuring the one-and-only Bob Marley. The production is currently touring UK.

The cast of talented musicians includes:

  • Michael Anton Phillips: Phillips has been performing and playing music since a very early age. He has worked with several well-known artists and producers, including: Versatile Experience, Peter Spence, Silicon Squad, Bonito Star, Tena Star, Cameron Hines and more. He takes on the role of lead singer and guitarist in the show.
  • Dave Clamp: Playing drums and percussion, Clamp has always had a love for reggae music and is a talented drummer.
  • Elaine: Singing from an early age, Elaine took the stage for the first time at age 8 to sing a solo during a Christmas concert. She was a founding member of Majik Touch and has been in several bands, including The Reggae Revolution and Just Us. She is now a permanent part of Legend’s female vocal backing.
  • Glenn Prince: Playing bass guitar, Prince is known for his performances at UK conventions. He regularly donates his talents for the pure love of playing the bass guitar.
  • Leonie Smith: Born and raised in Birmingham, Smith is a talented vocalist with tremendous stage confidence. She has been performing with the Legend ensemble since 2006.

Legend: The Music of Bob Marley has been touring UK consistently for several years. The talented musicians of the group bring to life the music of a legend who was gone too soon.

Bob Marley was born and raised in Jamaica. The musician and guitarist was known for his unique style of music, which blended reggae, rocksteady and ska.

Marley’s career started in the early 1960s with the group the Wailers, where he forged his unique vocal and writing styles. Marley pursued a solo career in 1974 after the group broke up.

In 1977, he released the album Exodus, which elevated his status to one of the best-selling artists of all time. The album sold more than 75 million copies worldwide and stayed on the British charts for 56 straight weeks. Exodus spawned the hits “One Love,” “Waiting in Vain,” and “Jamming.”