Brunch With Bob and Friends Arrives at 91X

Bob Marley street art in Christchurch, New Zealand.

The long-running San Diego radio show Brunch With Bob and Friends has a new home at 91X, and with February marking not only what would have been Bob Marley’s 72nd birthday, but also the show’s 13th anniversary on the air in San Diego, there was no better time to make the move.

Hosted by 91X morning host Tommy Hough, Brunch With Bob and Friends is a weekly exploration of the life, career and music of Bob Marley and the Wailers – and airs Sunday mornings from 10 a.m. to 12 noon on 91X, immediately following Resurrection Sunday with Tom Perry.

From “No Woman No Cry” to “Duppy Conqueror” to “Wake Up and Live,” the songs of Bob Marley have a universal appeal, reverberating throughout popular culture and consciousness.

In the 36 years since Bob’s death in 1981, his legend and stature have only grown. No matter where you may travel in Africa, Asia, Europe or the Americas, Bob Marley is known and loved throughout the world and revered as a songwriting giant. An appreciation for Bob Marley can even serve as the first step in crossing barriers of culture and communication, or as a source of common ground.

Whether you’re enjoying time with family, heading out with friends, or surfing, hiking or biking and enjoying the San Diego and Southern California lifestyle, make Brunch With Bob and Friends a part of your Sunday morning – and welcome to the Brunch With Bob and Friends community.

Bob Marley graffiti on a street in Bogota, Colombia.

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