Event

Midtown
51 Greenwood Ave, Bend, OR
Fri March 22, 2019 8:30 pm PDT (7:30 pm DOORS)
JMax Productions

Stephen Marley, Mystic Marley

$25.00 - $125.00

Tickets available locally at Ranch Records (117 NW Oregon Ave)

Ghetto Youths Foundation Meet & Greet Includes:

  • One (1) entry to the private reception

  • Selected songs from an exclusive, not-yet-for-sale new acoustic EP

  • A limited edition Acoustic Tour poster

  • A commemorative photo with Mr. Marley                                           

***Note: Meet & Greet tickets do not include entry to the show. Concert tickets must be secured separately.***

 

100% of all proceeds directly benefit the mission of Ghetto Youths Foundation (GYF) to provide aid and assistance, support and critical resources to people in need – across the globe. Each year GYF programs serve hundreds of young people, seniors, families, and communities with transformative outreach initiatives supporting health and education, sports and arts, community-building and fundamental social services.

 

Bio:

The second son of Bob and Rita Marley, eight time Grammy winning musician and producer Stephen was born on April 20, 1972; he began his career as a precocious six-year old singing, dancing and playing percussion with his siblings in the group The Melody Makers whose first single “Children Playing in The Streets” was produced by their father in 1979 and released on Tuff Gong, the label founded by Bob in the late 60s. While still a teenager he assisted in the production of The Melody Makers’ albums including their three Best Reggae Album Grammy winners “Conscious Party” (Virgin Records, 1989) “One Bright Day” (Virgin Records, 1990) and “Fallen Is Babylon” (Elektra Entertainment, 1998).

 

In 1993 Ziggy and Stephen founded Ghetto Youths International as a means of controlling their own music and helping upcoming artists. Stephen’s earliest solo production efforts for Ghetto Youths International includes his late grandmother’s (Cedella Booker) album “My Altar”, followed in 1995 by the Ziggy Marley and The Melody Makers single “Works To Do” and younger brother Damian’s “10,000 Chariots”. In 1996 Damian released his debut album “Mr. Marley”, on the Ghetto Youths imprint, on which Stephen played several instruments and wrote most of the songs, as well as producing the album.

 

For the past two years, Stephen and his team worked on the development production and promotion of the annual Kaya Fest. Now in its third year, the Kaya Fest is a music and awareness festival intended to educate the public on the many benefits of Cannabis. In 2019 the festival will expand with showcases in both Florida and Southern California.