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About Bob Marley

written by: DieZel
 
Certainly one of the greatest reggae performers ever. How much do you know about his life? Play and find out.

Question 1:


Robert Nesta Marley was born in Nine Miles, Jamaica to Norval Marley and Cedella Malcom, on this date.
2 January 1944
13 April 1947
6 March 1943
6 February 1945

Question 2:


Bob released his first song, Judge Not, in 1961. It didn't do so well but he wasn't discouraged. How old was Bob Malrey then?
19
17
13
16

Question 3:


In 1966 Bob Marley got married. What is the name of his beloved one?
Melanie Moodley
Camila Henriques
Jeena Smith
Rita Anderson

Question 4:


Bob Marley, Peter Tosh and Bunny Livingstone formed a band in 1965- "The Wailers". For many years they released singles, but no albums. However, in 1971 Island Records forwarded them 8,000 pounds to produce a full album. This is the name of their first album.
Make Me burn
Catch a Fire
Like My Fire
Light My Fire

Question 5:


Eric Clapton covered one of the most famous songs of "The Wailers". Which one is it?
No Woman No Cry
Get Up Stand Up
I Shot The Sheriff
Iron Lion Zion

Question 6:


After "The Wailers" renamed to "Bob Marley and The Wailers", they released an album. It included "No Woman No Cry", probably their most famous song. What was the name of the album?
Natty Dread
Babylon By Bus
Rebel Music
Natural Music

Question 7:


Bob Marley, his wife and his manager were shot on 3 December 1976. That stopped Bob from playing at Smile Jamaica concert in Kingston.
True
False

Question 8:


Bob Marley's other passion was football. As a result of a neglected football injury, Bob Marley got melanoma cancer in the big toe of his right foot. Doctors wanted to remove his toe in order to save his life, but Bob refused due to his religious beliefs. What was his religion?
Judaism
Christianity
Islam
Rastafari

Question 9:


At a concert, Bob Marley persuaded the leaders of the two warring political factions in Jamaica to join him on stage. Then the two rivals shook hands and as a result Bob Marley was awarded the United Nations' Peace Medal. What was the name of the concert?
Love and Peace
One Love
Natty Dread
War and Peace

Question 10:


In 1980 Bob Marley collapsed while jogging and doctors told him that the cancer had spread through his body. Despite that, he performed his last concert in Pittsburgh on 22 September 1980. Then Bob and his wife flew to Germany, where he was treated by the unconventional Dr. Issels. His condition improved at first, but Bob Marley later died, on this date.
1 September 1982
2 June 1983
11 May 1981
18 January 1984

 


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