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Reggae in the Desert: Sly and Robbie
Reggae in the Desert: Sly and Robbie

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AIR DATE: June 14, 2010

Bob Marley is one of the most famous names in reggae music. But two Jamaicans have been making a name for themselves since the 1970s, collaborating with everyone from the Rolling Stones to Bob Dylan. Sly and Robbie are the reggae duo, and they're playing their tunes in Las Vegas for the annual Reggae in the Desert concert. We talk to the drummer half of the duo, Sly Dunbar, about making reggae magic for 40 years.

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Sly Dunbar, drummer, reggae duo Sly and Robbie
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