Although Bob Marley passed away in the early '80s, his legacy never died. A big part of that legacy is thanks to The Wailers, one of Marley's earliest musical endeavors. In 1970, he and a pair of other talented Jamaican vocalists teamed up with a rhythm group known as the Barrett Brothers. Together, they formed The Wailers, and they released albums that surprised and delighted listeners around the world with their mix of rock and reggae.
After Marley's death, The Wailers continued on, and they still perform today. The Wailers with Yellow Dubmarine are coming to the Ardmore Music Hall on Thursday, October 19th at 8 p.m. Snag your ticket now ($29 in advance, $35 at the door) to ensure that you have a front row seat when they command the stage with their up-tempo tracks.