Bob Marley honoured with English Heritage blue plaque at his London home

Reggae legend Bob Marley has been honoured with an English Heritage blue plaque at the London house he lived at when he finished recording the ground-breaking album, Exodus.
The plaque marks where Marley lived with his band the Wailers in 1977 at 42 Oakley Street, in Chelsea.
It is part of a drive to uncover more addresses of ethnic minority figures.
Marley and the Wailers' famous Exodus album included hits such as Jamming, Three Little Birds and One Love.

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