Thirty years ago this week, Bob Marley passed away. Thankfully, he had the foresight to have 13 children during his tragically short life – and many of them have devoted their lives to carrying on his musical legacy. Last night, Ziggy Marley – the oldest son of Bob and Rita – went on Late Night With Jimmy Fallon to perform his father's classic "Get Up, Stand Up." This summer, Ziggy is taking the show on the road in Europe, and he'll also be promoting his new comic book, Marijuanaman.
Ziggy Marley Performs 'Get Up, Stand Up' on 'Fallon'
Ziggy Marley Honors Dad With 'Get Up, Stand Up' on 'Fallon'
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