Category Archives: Raggae

UB40’s {Reggae Band} Terence Wilson aka “Astro” Quit The Band

Reblogged By: De De Tillman;  International Celebrity Blogger

Posted: Saturday November 23, 2013 @ 12:15 a.m PST



UB40’s founding members has announced he is quitting, after more than 30 years, because it is making him ‘miserable’.

Astro, a vocalist and trumpet player, broke the news to his bandmates – who scored hits with songs such as One In Ten and Red Red Wine – earlier today, taking them by surprise.

Bob Marley Brother Richard Booker Is Sued By Marley’s Family

Blogged By: Celebrity Blogger – De De Tillman

Blog Souce: TMZ

Posted: Thursday December 1, 2011  @ 4:30 pm PST

Topic: Bob Marley – Rita Marley – Richard Booker

Apparently Bob Marley’s brother Richard Booker is allegedly making money off the late singer’s name without permission according to TMZ



Bob Marley’s widow is smoking mad over a relative pimping out the family name to sell everything from concerts to fish, poultry, energy drinks and booze — and she’s suing to stop him.
Rita Marley and nine of Bob’s kids filed a federal lawsuit against Richard Booker — Bob’s bro from another father … for trademark infringement and unauthorized use of Marley’s likeness.
According to the suit, Booker’s been real busy — registering the trademark “Mama Marley” to sell … among other things … fish, fish and chips, fish cakes, fish croquettes, fish fillets, fish mousse, and fish sausages. Yes, Bob loved him some fish.

In addition, the suit claims Booker is using Marley’s name and image to market an annual concert in Miami, known as the 9 Mile Music Festival. For those not in the know … 9 Mile is the Jamaican village where Bob was born and buried.

Bob’s family says they have the rights to all things Marley and want all of Booker’s profits. They also want a judge to order Booker to stop all future use of the name.
Interestingly, next year’s headliners at that 9 Mile Music Festival include Stephen, Damian and Julian Marley — all plaintiffs in the suit.  Full Story Is TMZ Credit