Bob Marley – No Woman No Cry Piano Sheet Music

A Bob Marley favourite played by the likes of Bob himself and Rita Marley. Vera who is a student from Thailand says that this song was played at her school and Bob’s music is well loved in many countries around the world. It does not matter where you are Bob’s music is loved by all. Bob Marley No Woman, No Cry Piano Sheet Music is a great example of Bob’s playing and love of the piano. Bob grew up in Jamaica listening to many different styles of music but always seemed to settle on ska, reggae, rocksteady and mento even though he was allergic to many of the instruments being played. Bob Marley was a big lover of instruments and music in general but his greatest love is for the piano since he lost his sight at about age five Bob would sit by the piano with a blanket covering him so that he could listen to the keys as they were being pressed down. Bob loved the sound of every note that was played on the piano and Bob says while he couldn’t see the keys he could still hear them so Bob Marley No Woman, No Cry Piano Sheet Music was born.

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