With bassist/original band member Aston “Family Man” Barrett at the helm, and the quite excellent Josh David Barrett on lead vocals, legendary reggae band the Wailers are touring to celebrate the 40th anniversary of Survival—their eleventh studio album with Bob Marley. While you’re sure to hear plenty of Bob Marley-written tracks from 1979’s militant, pan-African album (such as the title track, “Africa Unite,” and “So Much Trouble In the World”), concertgoers can also expect to hear sparkling, drawn-out versions of some of the classics and mega-hits: “Jamming,” “No Woman, No Cry,” “Exodus,” and the highly applicable “Get Up, Stand Up.”
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