On the Road with Bob Marley
By Mark Miller
Mark Miller worked as the stage manager for Bob Marley, the world’s most famous reggae icon, from July 14, 1978 until the star’s death in May 1981. Mark’s
experience with Marley allows him to speak as an insider and confidant. Bob Marley was a very private man, yet Mark shares insights as to what contributed to Bob Marley’s hypnotic charisma.
Mark talks about Bob’s religiosity as a “Rasta”, his favorite foods and drinks, and other personal aspects of Bob’s inner character. He reports on some incredible adventures and experiences on all five continents such as the time in Italy where Bob Marley gathered nearly 200,000 fans — more than the Pope, or when they were received by policemen with machine guns at the Frankfurt Airport, and then in Jamaica where fans carried tote bags
full of marijuana…
This book is full of anecdotes and background information that Mark Miller has put together to keep the ‘vibes’ alive to honor the memory of his mentor and
friend. He has reached deep into his archives, talked to old friends, and collected a lot of exclusive images and memorabilia.
Bob Marley, authentic and up close!