LEGENDARY reggae singer Bunny Wailer will be buried at the Dreamland Farm on the border of St Thomas and Portland on June 18, according to an obituary that was published in the Sunday Gleaner this week.
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“Behold, how good and how pleasant it is for brethren to dwell together in unity! It is like the precious ointment upon the head,… as the dew that descended upon the mountains of Zion: for there the most high Jah… Rastafari… commanded his blessings, that I and I shall not die, but live , Jaaahh”.
All the directors of Solomonic Productions Ltd. have been summoned to a directors’ meeting on June 17 to hammer out issues regarding the proper corporate governance of the company and the future of Bunny Wailer‘s music legacy.
The year 2021 will mark the 40th anniversary of Bob Marley’s death on May 11, 1981, a date which gains even more significance this year because it marks the first time that all of the original Wailers are dead, given that Bunny Wailer passed away earlier this year.
Carl Livingston, one of the co-executors of the Bunny Wailer estate, said that with the recent developments regarding his brother’s estate, he is adopting a “wait-and-see approach” as there is no still no definitive date for his brother, Bunny Wailer’s funeral.
The children of Reggae icon Bunny Wailer have settled the much-discussed outstanding hospital bills and have secured the death certificate and the documentation needed for them to start making plans for his burial.
Bunny Wailer’s life and legacy received stirring tributes when several Dancehall and Reggae entertainers came together last Saturday, April 10 to celebrate what would have been his 74th birthday.
In order to commemorate Bunny Wailer’s birthday, Wailers Ltd. is announcing the planned release of the Soul Rebels 50 album that was recorded by The Wailers Trio Tribute Band.
When the late Reggae legend Bunny Wailer suffered the first stroke in 2018, it set in motion a chain of events that led to a deep dive into the challenging medical system that exists in Jamaica.
Abijah Asadenaki Livingston, co-executor of Bunny Wailer’s estate, has issued a statement on Facebook where he has denied that the family has any objection to any deal with VP Records regarding the completion of a licensing deal that will allow the family to settle an outstanding hospital bill.
Entertainment consultant and former manager of the late Reggae icon Bunny Wailer, Maxine Stowe, has clarified and contextualized claims recently made by Aston Barrett Jr., the son of well-known musician Aston ‘Family Man’ Barrett, that his father was a member of The Wailers.
Reggae legend Bunny Wailer racked up a hospital bill of $5,275,763.61 in the last six weeks of his illness at a medical facility in the Corporate Area as his health rapidly deteriorated and he needed around-the-clock medical care to prolong his life.
Reggae legend Bunny Wailer, a devout Rastafarian, reportedly left a “significant” percentage of his estate to the Rastafari community, the first major Reggae artist to have made such a bold stipulation in his final will and testament.
Carl Livingston, elder brother of the late Reggae legend Bunny Wailer, said an initial funeral date was planned but had to be cancelled due to the Government’s COVID-19 restrictions.
The family and friends of U-Roy and Bunny Wailer have to find a way to bury the iconic Reggae singers amid the new COVID protocols implemented by the Jamaican authorities.
Eight years after Bunny Wailer and the Rastafari community labeled Adidas the “one stop central of Rastafari Cultural Abuse” and took steps to sue the German sportswear company for using his image and likeness on their shirts without permission, the corporation has released its new spring collection, dubbed “Essence” which it says is “honoring Dancehall”.
The recent death of Bunny Wailer, the last surviving founding member of the Wailers has seen outpourings of grief and appreciation all over the world.
Abijah Asadenaki Livingston, son of the late Reggae legend Bunny Wailer, has released a documentary about his missing stepmother Sister Jean.
Ten years after Rastafarian attorney-at-law Miguel Lorne outrightly blamed former Island Records’ boss, Chris Blackwell at a university symposium, for ‘mashing up’ The Wailers group by devaluing Bunny Wailer and Peter Tosh’s equal role in ascension of the trio, the actions of the now 83 year old, is once again under the microscope.
There has been a public brouhaha between entertainment executive Maxine Stowe and the children of Neville ‘Bunny Wailer’ Livingston regarding authorized public pronouncements about his funeral, equity in his various entrepreneurial ventures, and even possession of the legend’s sceptre.