Throwback: Peter Tosh-Legalize It

Legalize It album became an introduction to reggae music for many American listeners. Tosh’s debut solo album led the way for his legend to begin outside of The Wailers and is the first of seven studio albums. Tosh was violently killed during a home invasion in 1987 at the age of 42 and did not live to see the spread of marijuana legalization currently taking place around the world. He is remembered for his work with The Wailers, his solo music and his politics that were also anti-nuclear war and anti-racism.

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Peter Tosh’s Word, Sound And Power Band To Reunite For Museum Opening


Peter Tosh’s Word, Sound and Power band will reunite on October 22nd for the opening of the Peter Tosh Museum in Kingston, Jamaica. The original members including Sly Dunbar, Robbie Shakespeare, Mikey Chung, Steve Golding, Robbie Lyn, Keith Sterling, Carlton “Santa” Davis, George “Fully” Fullwood, Carlton Smith, Derrick Lara, Junior Moore, Donald Kinsey and session musicians Dean Fraser and Nambo Robinson will perform at the event. Ky-Mani Marley and Tarrus Riley are also scheduled to perform at the event. The Peter Tosh Museum will honor Tosh’s legacy as a founding member of  The Wailers and his solo career. To find out more about Peter Tosh check out


Reggae Legend Peter Tosh To Be Honored With Opening Of New Museum In Kingston, Jamaica


Peter Tosh will be honored with a museum in Kingston, Jamaica opening this fall. Tosh’s legacy as a founding member of Bob Marley and The Wailers, his solo career , activism and advocacy for Rastafarianism have left a lasting impression on Jamaican culture and the world. The museum opening coincides with the 40th anniversary of his 1976 hit single, “Legalize It.” Tosh’s M16 guitar and unicycle are two of his artifacts that will be on display and visitors can also purchase exclusive merchandise. The museum is a joint-venture collaboration between the Peter Tosh Estate, Pulse Investments Ltd, and Andrea Marlene Brown. The Peter Tosh Museum will open this October and for more information visit