Duppy Conquerors

a tribute to Bob Marley


If you love Bob Marley, you’ll love the Duppy Conquerors!

Bob Marley’s “Kaya” album is perhaps his most misunderstood record, one written off as inferior to its predecessor “Exodus” and lacking in the miltant commentary that would resume on “Survival.”
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“The crowd, equally as diverse as the band itself, enjoyed the music, dancing until the early hours of the morning and letting go of themselves to the immortal melodies of Bob Marley. After the spot-on rendition of Bob Marley’ s (album) Exodus, the band played a mixed set including hits like “ Is this Love,” “ Could you be Loved,” and “ No Woman No Cry.” Mixed in with the hits, the band played rarities like “Hammer” an electrifying rendition of “Simmer Down” that brought the entire audience to their feet, and the classic first recording of Bob Marley’ s repertoire “One Cup of Coffee.””
Read more from the Somerville Times

“Hey reggae fans!!! In the mood for some good ole’ Bob Marley? And who wouldn’t be from time to time? Well now you can satisfy your craving each and every Monday night at Sally Obrien’s Bar and Grill in Somerville with the likes of the Duppy Conquerors. This amazing band, consisting of some of Boston’s premier reggae artists, devotes its entire repertoire to honoring Marley and his great reggae legacy.  The various members of the band have performed with such world renown artist’s as Marley’s very own band The Wailer’s, Ziggy Marley, The Skatalites, Black Uhuru, Eek-A-Mouse, Steel Pulse, Toots & the Maytals … and the list goes on an on.”
Read more from World Music Boston

“The Amandla Festival of Unity was a world music festival held at Harvard Stadium in Boston, Massachusetts, on July 21, 1979. The goals of the concert were to support and celebrate the liberation of Southern Africa as well as the on-going efforts of people in Boston to end racism in their families, schools, workplaces and communities.” 
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“This coming Friday night, Arts at the Armory patrons can expect an unforgettable experience. The Duppy Conquerors, an accomplished Bob Marley tribute band and local favorite, will share the stage with Dub Apocalypse for a night that is likely to leave any music lover wanting more.”
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“From the start of the night to the finish, well past midnight, the Duppy Conquerors put on and keep up a lively show. Though they play for hours, churning out songs one after the other, they never look or sound tired. In fact, as time passes and we all move further and further down the setlist, it seems like the band becomes more energized instead of less. The Duppy Conquerors are an impassioned bunch of people who pour their heart and soul into their music and their performances.”
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“Can we all agree Mondays are the roughest day of the week? Can we all agree that nothing chills you out quite like Bob Marley Jams?”
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“MARLEY MONDAYS – Bob Marley would have turned 66
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“The Duppy Conquerors are the quintessential Reggae Act!”
Read More from the Somerville Scout

“Local Favorite Duppy Conquerors!”
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a tribute to Bob Marley