Catch a Fire: The Legacy of Bob Marley opens Friday, June 5th at the Woody Guthrie Center in Tulsa. The exhibit includes 30 photos of Marley taken in the studio, onstage and even some from his personal life. All the pictures were taken by Neville Garrick, Marley’s art director, Dennis Morris, Adrian Boot, and Dave Corio.

There will also be interactive features like a remix board of “Exodus”, and a drum kit to learn how to keep a reggae beat. There will also be 2 audio kiosks with 8 classic songs, video interviews with Marley’s children and other famous artists, a timeline from birth to the posthumous awards he received in 2001, and even concert film of Bob Marley and the Wailers live at the Rainbow in London from June 2, 1997.

All of the features were part of the Grammy Museum’s Bob Marley exhibit that premiered in Los Angeles in 2011. The exhibit traveled around the world before making its home at the Bob Marley Museum in Jamaica.

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