Ziggy Marley Tickets
Ziggy Marley (born October 17, 1968, Kingston, Jamaica) is a
Jamaican musician. Ziggy Marley learned how to play guitar and
drums from his father, Bob Marley, the legendary roots rock reggae
singer. Ziggy Marley was born David Marley but nicknamed Ziggy
in reference to British glam rocker David Bowie and his 1972 album,
The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars.
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In 1979, Ziggy Marley and his siblings, Cedella, Stephen and Sharon, made their recording debut with their father, "Children Playing in the Streets". The Melody Makers, as the group came to be known, played occasionally for several years, including at their father's funeral in 1981. Their debut LP was Play the Game Right, which was a very pop-oriented album, earning Ziggy Marley some derision from critics. The band's label, EMI, wanted to market Ziggy Marley as a solo act, and so The Melody Makers moved to Virgin Records, where they recorded Conscious Party in 1988. The album was critically and popularly successful, as was One Bright Day (1989) and Jahmekya (1991). As the 1990s continued, The Melody Makers' sales slowly declined. Ziggy Marley had become politically active by this time, working with the United Nations and creating a record label called Ghetto Youths Crew. He released a solo album, Dragonfly, on April 15, 2003.
Ziggy Marley voiced a Rasta jellyfish in the 2004 film Shark Tale, and also collaborated with Sean Paul on a cover of his father's song "Three Little Birds" for the soundtrack. The cover was the title song for the film, although gained less exposure than "Car Wash" by Christina Aguilera and Missy Elliott possibly due to not being released as a single. Ziggy Marley also sang the theme song for the popular PBS children's show "Arthur".