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Interview: Don Letts

Interview: Don Letts

Interview: Don Letts

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"Bob Marley - the last time we spoke we had a row about punk rock"

Grammy winner and BBC dj Don Letts is a living legend in reggae and many other circles besides. Having helped convert punk rockers like the Sex Pistols and The Clash to reggae in the 1970s, he then proceeded to make a big impact in the music and movie making worlds.

In the course of a dj session and Two Sevens Clash' documentary viewing at the recent Earagail Arts Festival in Letterkenny, Co. Donegal, Ireland, Letts took time out with United Reggae to reflect on his days meeting with and dealing herb to Bob Marley, mixing with Johnny Rotten, Joe Strummer and Sid Vicious, the highs and lows of life and much much more besides.

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