Rich Engler talks about Bob Marley's last performance in Pittsburgh 01
Bob Marley's last tour started in Zürich, Switzerland, where Marley performed for the first time, and ended at the Stanley Theater in Pittsburgh, on 23 September 1980, which was Marley's last concert. Two days prior to the Pittsburgh show, after playing two shows at the Madison Square Garden, Marley collapsed in Central Park while jogging, and was told to immediately cancel the U.S. leg of the tour, but he instead flew to Pittsburgh to perform one final performance. Rich Engler was on hand as the promoter for Bob's last show.
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