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"It is significant music about where we are coming from and where we are NOT going." - Orville Silvera, president of the Ganja Growers Association, on Tosh's music #LegalizeItShow more
As a musician the only thing I do with my experiences is to decorate them with music." - Peter ToshShow more
Peter Tosh at the One Peace Love Concert in Jamaica, April 22, 1978.Photo by Isobel Harry.Show more
Alison hugs Andrew Tosh while Steve and Dave Tosh hang out at the Peter Tosh Day Festival, 2015.Show more
“For his contributions to the history of black music, as well as for his refusal to let the political urgency of Reggae diminish, Peter Tosh deserves recognition for his Equal Rights album, as well as for the rest of the quality music he continued to produce...” –Boston's WERS 88.9FM. #BlackHistoryMonthShow more
“All things considered, Peter Tosh is still the most informed and articulate reggae musician that I have ever known, dealt with, or listened to.” –Herbie Miller, Peter’s former managerShow more
“In the beginning there was the word. The word was Jah. The word is in I, Jah is in I. I make what is good, better, and what is better, best. I follow this in every aspect of life.” -Peter ToshShow more
This month's issue of Irie Mag is dedicated to the Bush Doctor, Peter Tosh. Grab a copy now for insights from Niambe and Dave Tosh, a look at Peter's life and music, and more.Show more
“Peter Tosh: Stepping Rebel” interview from Head Magazine. Full article here: petertoshtribute.yolasite.com/memories-journal.phpShow more
"My father transcended music. And, yes, it's great for everyone to see fans of all ages coming out to celebrate Peter. It reminds us all that is something bigger than each of us individually.” –Niambe McIntoshShow more
Peter and fellow reggae legend, Jimmy Cliff, were taking over California this week in 1982 with shows in Los Angeles, San Francisco, and Santa Cruz. Got a ticket stub? Post it in the comments and we’ll share with the rest of the Tosh community.Show more
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