When it comes to Reggae you cannot get more classic than The Wailers. Starting out as Bob Marley, Bunny Livingston and Peter Tosh in 1963 the band evolved over the decades and is now a much younger group that carries on the spirit and sound of its founders. Founding member Aston “Family Man” Barrett is still part of the band. Counting the Bob Marley era, they have sold well over 250 million albums.
The Wailers played the Fine Line Music Café Wednesday night and delivered precisely what the audience came to see and hear, classic Reggae tunes and songs we have loved for a long time. Their set was smooth and well-practiced warming the hearts minds of the crowd.
Set List: Darker Shade / Natural Mystic / Easy Skankin / No Woman, No Cry / Rastaman Vibration / Is This Love / Heathen / Stir It Up / Waiting In Vain / Buffalo Soldier / Running Away – Crazy / I Shot The Sheriff / 3 Little Birds / Jammin
Encore: Redemption Song / War / Simmer Down / Lively