Ziggy Marley - What's Up Next

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2015 GRAMMY Amplifier winner Cramer discusses what she learned from a brief multicity tour, including a stop at Lollapalooza in Chicago, and being mentored by GRAMMY winner Ziggy Marley, among other topics. 

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Ziggy Marley discussed songwriting, exploring his Rasta roots and pushing boundaries on his new album, Fly Rasta, at an exclusive event hosted by The Recording Academy Los Angeles Chapter. The six-time GRAMMY winner also performed a brief set, including songs from his new album as well as his father Bob Marley's classic "So Much Trouble In The World."

At an exclusive event hosted by The Recording Academy Los Angeles Chapter, Ziggy Marley performed a brief set, including songs from his new album, Fly Rasta, and a cover of his father Bob Marley's classic "So Much Trouble In The World." The six-time GRAMMY winner also participated in an

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Apr 17, 2014 - 12:11 pm

At an exclusive event hosted by The Recording Academy Los Angeles Chapter, Ziggy Marley performed a brief set, including songs from his new album, Fly Rasta, and a cover of his father Bob Marley's classic "So Much Trouble In The World." The six-time GRAMMY winner also participated in an

GRAMMYs
Apr 17, 2014 - 12:11 pm

At an exclusive event hosted by The Recording Academy Los Angeles Chapter, Ziggy Marley performed a brief set, including songs from his new album, Fly Rasta, and a cover of his father Bob Marley's classic "So Much Trouble In The World." The six-time GRAMMY winner also participated in an

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Apr 17, 2014 - 12:10 pm

At an exclusive event hosted by The Recording Academy Los Angeles Chapter, Ziggy Marley performed a brief set, including songs from his new album, Fly Rasta, and a cover of his father Bob Marley's classic "So Much Trouble In The World." The six-time GRAMMY winner also participated in an

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Apr 17, 2014 - 12:09 pm

Top music industry professionals convened at the University of Southern California on Jan. 22 to discuss the realities of the music business and careers in music with more than 700 Los Angeles-area high school students at GRAMMY Camp — Basic Training, a GRAMMY in the Schools initiative.

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Jan 23, 2014 - 10:52 am

Ziggy Marley - What's Up Next