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Positive vibrations from Ziggy and friends

Ryan Johnson
Alex JohnsonTrevor Hall opened Sunday for Ziggy Marley.
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Following in his father’s footsteps, Ziggy Marley drew a crowd of locals and visitors, showing that he truly is the heir as the king of reggae.

Natty kicked off the evening with some upbeat reggae that got the mellow vibrations flowing. Following was Trevor Hall with his passionate lyrics and soothing sounds.

Trevor Hall is one of the most humble, down-to-earth musicians I have seen and had the privilege to meet. Before he and his band started jamming, they came out, acted as their own roadies, and tuned their own equipment for the show.

Hall’s heartening voice amplified through the room with soulful vibrations as he played favorites like “Unity” and “The Lime Tree,” along with some incredible new tracks like “The Return” and “Different Hunger.” After putting on a stellar, uplifting performance, he had a meet-and-greet as he signed autographs and chatted with fans.

Playing a combination of his own hits and a few of his father’s legendary hits, it was clear Ziggy Marley inherited a true gift for reggae music. He was accompanied by a female vocal harmony and the flawless guitar solos, making perfect additions to his vocals. With famous hits like “Jammin” and “Stir It Up,” along with his own hits, “Roads Less Traveled,” “Reggae In My Head,” and a new favorite, “Wild and Free,” Marley lit up the house with positive vibrations. Unfortunately, we were not allowed to take photos.

The blend of the three acts made for an exceptional night. Musical sounds echoed the room with inspiration and positivity, all night long. I think the fans can agree, Ziggy Marley, Trevor Hall, and Natty can jam in Tahoe anytime.

PR Entertainment did it again.

– Ryan Johnson is an advertising representative for the Tahoe Daily Tribune.


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