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Sadly not even the persuasive powers of Peter Noble were sufficient to resurrect Bob Marley for a gig at Bluesfest. But Byronians will get the chance to see him next week in the documentary Marley, directed by Academy Award winning director Kevin MacDonald and screening at The Palace as part of Rock Me Baby: A Cinematic Celebration of Music and Musos.  For more on the film and the festival go to www.palacecinemas.com.au.


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