Sharon Marley
Jamaican musician
Sharon Marley
Sharon Marley Prendergast is singer, dancer, and curator. She is the biological daughter of Rita Marley who was adopted by Bob Marley when the two married. She was in the group Ziggy Marley and the Melody Makers along with her young sister and brothers. With the group, she has won three Grammy awards.
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In Performance;POP
NYTimes - about 21 years
Message of Steadfastness Amid the Swaying Beat Ziggy Marley and the Melody Makers The Academy Bass lines hit the audience hard in the chest, like emergency CPR, when Ziggy Marley and the Melody Makers played at the Academy on Monday night. Mr. Marley's reggae is body music first of all: deep, unswerving grooves that sway and patter and bounce. Yet
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RECORD BRIEF
NYTimes - over 23 years
Ziggy Marley and the Melody Makers: 'Joy and Blues' Virgin V2-87961; CD and cassette. When David (Ziggy) Marley and the Melody Makers released "Conscious Party" in 1988, the album was seen as a reason for reggae fans to celebrate. The recording, which framed Ziggy Marley's provocative commentary on social issues in a crisp, spirited production, was
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RECORDINGS VIEW; Ziggy Marley Steps Out Of His Father's Shadow
NYTimes - almost 26 years
"My generation will make the change," Ziggy Marley sings in the last song on "Jahmekya" (Virgin 91626; all three formats). While he's talking about political change, he could also be announcing his own musical transformation. Mr. Marley and the Melody Makers, the group that also includes his siblings Stephen and Cedella Marley and Sharon Marley
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Review/Pop; Ziggy Marley Carries On In His Father's Tradition
NYTimes - over 27 years
LEAD: Ziggy Marley has used his inheritance well. As the son of the late Bob Marley, who made reggae music an international force, he had the inside track to reach reggae fans. He has capitalized on his physical and vocal resemblance to his father, but he has also followed through with serious-minded lyrics and assured music, and in a surprisingly
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Review/Music; Message Songs From Ziggy Marley
NYTimes - almost 29 years
LEAD: Ziggy Marley has shouldered a daunting legacy - the memory of his father, Bob Marley, who carried Jamaican reggae to an international audience. Reggae performers have been scrambling to become ''the next Bob Marley'' since his death in 1981, but none has had Mr. Marley's combination of talent, political fervor and charismatic presence. Ziggy
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