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FAMILY members and devotees of late reggae superstar Peter Tosh gathered at Natty's Entertainment Centre at Farm near Belmont, the birthplace of the 'Stepping Razor', as he was also called, to mark the 69th anniversary of his birth with a Peter Tosh Earthstrong Concert, on Sunday, October 20, 2013. This was the event at which Ras Puddler, self-confessed ganja farmer and Tosh devotee, of Westmoreland, called for decriminalising and not legalisation of the weed. The annual celebration was previously organised by Worrell King, but this year's event is the first to be organised by the Tosh family. Today the Jamaica Observer presents a photo story of the event, courtesy of photographer Karl McLarty.
Several generations of the family of Peter Tosh assembled for an Observer photo at the Peter Tosh Earthstrong Concert.
Remember the song Two White Girls on a Minibus? This is one
white girl on a bike, with her ‘Rasta’ rider, arriving for the Peter
A Rastaman quenches his
thirst with a jelly coconut.
Three Peter Tosh devotees, who travelled
to Jamaica to celebrate their hero, pause
for a refreshing Red Stripe beer.
One-legged baller Lionel Monteith
of Savanna-la-Mar, Westmoreland,
shows he has not allowed the loss of a
leg to stop him enjoying a game
of football, at the Peter Tosh Earthstrong
Two Tosh devotees examine this camera at the Peter Tosh
A group of musicians from the East Kingston-based Cave Man
International Studios gathered to remember Peter Tosh. From
left: Isha Bel (formerly Natalie Walsh of Fourth Street Sister);
Wild Life aka The Voice of Thunder; Vivian Jones; Mikey
General; Empress Itilafeya; and Cave Man.
Two of Peter Tosh’s granddaughters, Alison
Dawkins (left) and Akaya McIntosh, who were
at Farm to celebrate their late grandfather.
A couple chilling on the beach at
the Peter Tosh celebratory concert.
This man (at left) cuts up ganja
alongside his brethren at the Peter Tosh
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