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Bob Marley is a famous Jamaican reggae musician known not only for his music but his dreadlocks and Rastafarian lifestyle. Marley, along with Bunny Wailer and Peter Tosh, were known as The Wailers. After they split up to pursue solo careers, he sang under the name Bob Marley and The Wailers. With hits throughout his career like ‘I Shot the Sheriff’, ‘Jammin’, ‘Could You Be Loved’ and ‘Stir It Up’, Bob Marley became an internationally renowned singer and guitarist. Pop the One Love album in and peruse our collection of Bob Marley t-shirts suited for a variety of tastes and ages. Check out the tie dye Bob Marley shirt, the Bob Marley hoodie and Buffalo Soldier t-shirt. For your youngest fans, see the Bob Marley onesies.
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This black Bob Marley tee celebrates one of the best ranked albums of all time, the Exodus album. If some of your favorite Bob Marley and The Wailers songs include ‘Waiting in Vain’, ‘One Love/People Get Ready’, ‘Turn Your Lights Down Low’ and ‘Three Little Birds’, then this is perfect for you. Grab this Bob Marley Exodus t-shirt today and get ‘Jamming’ with some fellow reggae fans.




Bob Marley continues to live on through his music with international hits like ‘No Woman, No Cry’, ‘Iron Lion Zion’, ‘Redemption Song’ and ‘Could You Be Loved’ being heard decades after his death. You do not have to be Jamaican or Rastafarian to appreciate his messages. Remember this legendary reggae artist by popping in the Survival, Natural Mystic or Kaya album and snatching up this classic black Bob Marley face tee now. Don't forget to grab one for each of your friends too!



This Bob Marley t-shirt highlights Bob in gold and black colors with the name of his hit song, ‘Iron Lion Zion’, from the Songs of Freedom album. In this well known song, Marley sings about his religious beliefs including the Zion, representing the promised land, and the Lion of Judah, representing the Rastafarian Messiah. This song was also on the Natural Mystic: The Legend Lives On album.



If you are not a fan of the typical Rasta colors prevalent on Marley apparel, then this vintage style 1979 Harlem Bob Marley concert tee is for you. Featuring old poster art from his Harlem concert in October of 1979, this clothing item is bound to get comments from reggae fans. Pair it with a tie dye Bob Marley shirt. Whether the Bob Marley Legend album, One Love album or Uprising album is your favorite, this tee will rile your ‘Buffalo Soldier’.



Whether you have a child of your own or not, this Bob Marley onesie is too cute to pass up. This baby blue onesie features Marley with the comment, "B is for Bob". We could not have picked a better statement ourselves. Grab this onesie for the young fan in your life and select one of our Bob Marley t-shirts for yourself. Could you be loved? Of course, if you pick tees up for your friends too. Everyone deserves a little love in their lives and we are sure he would agree with us.



This simple black Bob Marley face t-shirt features the Legend album cover we know and love. Released after his death, this greatest hits compilation album includes ‘Exodus’, ‘Redemption Song’, ‘Is This Love’ and many more. Now you don’t have to decide whether the Survival album, Kaya album or Natty Dread album is your first choice, because you have the best songs from all of them.



The statement "It Takes a Revolution to Make a Solution" is from the song Revolution off the Natty Dread album. Bob Marley believed that you had to take an active approach to get things done. This Bob Marley hoodie is sure to inspire you or others around you to take some action. Pair this reggae hoodie with the Buffalo Soldier Bob Marley t-shirt for the ultimate inspirational outfit. Start a revolution.



The Natty Dread album was the first to be released under the name Bob Marley and The Wailers. With songs like ‘Rebel Music’, ‘No Woman, No Cry’, ‘Them Belly Full’ and ‘Bend Down Low’, it is no surprise that fans kept wanting more. Commemorate the Jamaican musician’s successful departure album with this Bob Marley tee. It is the perfect way to 'Lively Up Yourself'.




Love, peace and hope are three qualities Bob Marley strived to have in his life and dreamed that society could achieve. He attempted to spread these qualities as he toured. This face tee commemorates his song 'Trenchtown Rock' from his African Herbsman album. Pair any of our Bob Marley t-shirts with a Bob Marley hoodie and you are set for rain or shine to pursue his aspirations. Any one of Bob Marley's albums is sure to get you into the right mindset to overcome your obstacles. I recommend the Exodus album to get you ‘Jamming’ rather than ‘Waiting in Vain’.



This reggae tee features the powerful lyrics ‘Get Up Stand Up, Stand Up For Your Rights’. This song, along with ‘I Shot the Sheriff’ and ‘Put It On’, is from the The Wailers hit album Burnin’. This meaningful song has also been included on the Legend and Rebel Music album. Get this ‘Get Up, Stand Up’ Bob Marley t-shirt to remember the last song he ever performed. Stand up for your rights.




Despite its release on the Confrontation album years after his death, ‘Buffalo Soldier’ is the most played Bob Marley song ever. Even if the Burnin album, Natty Dread album or Exodus album is more your speed, this Buffalo Soldier t-shirt would be a ‘Jamming’ addition to your collection. Don’t forget about your ‘One Love’ either by checking out the Bob Marley hoodie above.




This upbeat red, yellow and teal tie dye Bob Marley shirt will have you singing lyrics like, ‘Just Can’t Live That Negative Way…Make Way For The Positive Day’ from the song Positive Vibration. This song, along with ‘Roots Rock Reggae’, ‘Rat Race’ and ‘Crazy Baldheads’, is featured on the Bob Marley and The Wailers Rastaman Vibration album. Marley’s lyrics often promoted peace while exposing injustices.



Listen to Bob Marley Music
Live Forever: The Stanley Theatre, Pittsburgh PA September 23, 1980 [2 CD Deluxe Edition]

Live Forever: The Stanley Theatre, Pittsburgh PA September 23, 1980 [2 CD Deluxe Edition]


Live Forever: The Stanley Theatre, Pittsburgh, PA, September 23, 1980 [2CD / 3LP] [Super Deluxe Edition]

Live Forever: The Stanley Theatre, Pittsburgh, PA, September 23, 1980 [2CD / 3LP] [Super Deluxe Edition]


Legend - The Best Of Bob Marley And The Wailers (New Packaging)

Legend - The Best Of Bob Marley And The Wailers (New Packaging)


Legend: Best of

Legend: Best of


Songs of Freedom

Songs of Freedom


Legend [Vinyl]

Legend [Vinyl]


Bob Marley and the Wailers Live at the Rainbow

Bob Marley and the Wailers Live at the Rainbow


B Is for Bob (Eco)

B Is for Bob (Eco)


Uprising

Uprising


Kaya

Kaya



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