The reggae musician introduced his personal youngsters as opening assist.
KALAMAZOO, MI (WKZO AM/FM) — Reggae legend Stephen Marley carried out at Bell’s Brewery Tuesday evening to entertain an almost sold-out crowd.
The second son of Bob Marley’s efficiency was equal elements laid-back and vigorous.
Stephen introduced his personal youngsters as opening assist. His daughter Shacia Payne opened the present with a reggae DJ set, whereas his son Jo Mersa was direct assist, performing a really high-energy setlist that bought the group warmed up earlier than Stephen.
Mersa would additionally make a visitor look throughout Stephen’s present.
Moreover his personal hits, Stephen additionally carried out a collection of tune covers by Bob Marley, together with “Might You Be Cherished,” illustrating the timeless attraction of his father’s music.
One other indicator of his enduring sound was the breakdown of crowd demographics – attendees seemed to be in nearly all ages vary, ranging from 21 and up.
Attendees had been in superb spirits from the second the doorways opened, which didn’t have any hinderance by way of the evening.
There may be additionally a lot to be stated in regards to the sound system at Bell’s – it was astonishing how clear the sound was. Not one instrument overpowered the opposite, leading to a clear and balanced combine.
This cease in Kalamazoo was part of Marley’s “Babylon by Bus” tour, which can proceed on in St. Louis, MO Thursday.