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Ziggy Marley Nurses a Broken Heart on a 'Beach in Hawaii' (Live) - Premiere

Reggae star preps new concert album

Ziggy Marley
Kii Arens
December 13, 2012 9:00 AM ET

Reggae torchbearer Ziggy Marley is set to release a new live album, Ziggy Marley in Concert, exclusively on iTunes on December 18th, with a worldwide and physical release slated for January 15th. Recorded throughout Ziggy's 2012 Wild and Free Tour, the disc includes a wide range of cuts from Marley's solo albums, as well as covers of two Bob Marley classics, "War" and "Is This Love." Now you can get a taste of the record with this exclusive track, "Beach in Hawaii," a quick-stepping song with sun-soaked guitars that mask a heartsick loneliness.

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