While classical compositions may be more his style, everything was irie as Prince Charles pounded out a reggae rhythm on March 12, 2008 during an impromptu drum jam with the group of Rastafarians who greeted the future king and his wife Camilla outside the former home of Bob Marley, USA Today reports. Keeping his legacy alive, the musician’s widow, Rita Marley, and his sons offered the Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall insight into the life and times of the Jamaican legend as they toured the shrine to the fallen singer, which features not only memorabilia from the legend’s past, but also an 80-seat theater, gift shop and Caribbean cuisine served at the Queen of Sheeba restaurant. Like the future king of England, visitors can view the strings on the star-shaped Gibson guitar which once played “One Love” during hour-long tours, which are conducted each Monday through Saturday.
32108: Prince Charles and Camilla Visit Bob Marley Museum
March 15, 2008 by