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Author: Eddie Malin

Photo story: I shot the Sheriff, photographing Bob Marley – by Eddie Malin

On the 6th of July, 1980, Bob Marley played the now historic concert at Dalymount Park on Dublin’s north side, at that time the home of the soccer club Bohemians. Rumours abound that Bob had a kickaround before the concert. Dublin was only starting to experience major music acts and Bob Marley was a major attraction. A local band, Bagatelle, set the scene with their classic “Summer in Dublin,” an enduring romantic ballad about our city. The main support act The Average White Band was cancelled, and this caused a lot of confusion outside the gig as the promoters...

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