Oct 02, 2019
By Andy Johnson
He may be gone for all these years, but Reggae legend Bob Marley has not been forgotten.
The plaque is atached to the London house where he and his band the Whalers lived while finishing his ground-breaking album “Exodus” which contained the hit “Jammin’.”
The plaque comes after a drive to uncover more addresses of ethnic minority figures.
Out of more than 900 historic blue plaques across London, only 4 per cent are dedicated to black and Asian individuals.
Marley died of cancer in 1981.