SunUp Solar presents the Summer of Sun,
a reminder of all the great activities summer brings like music, food, family & fun.
Activities you can greatly increase when your not paying a high and constantly rising monthly electric utility bill.
“Future Man, Future Lady” by Ziggy Marley (ft. Laurie Berkner)
David Nesta “Ziggy” Marley (born 17 October 1968) is a Jamaican musician and leader of the band, Ziggy Marley and the Melody Makers. He is the oldest son of Rita Marley and reggae legend Bob Marley.
He and his Melody Makers made a guest appearance on the popular kids television show Sesame Street in the 1991–92 season, and sang a Sesame Street version of “Small People” from their 1991 album Jahmekya
In 1996, Marley and the Melody Makers recorded the reggae-style theme song for the children’s television series Arthur called “Believe in Yourself”.
He voiced Ernie, one of Sykes’ (Martin Scorsese) Rasta jellyfish henchmen in the 2004 film Shark Tale. In the film when Oscar (Will Smith) tries to sing the Bob Marley song “Three Little Birds”, Marley’s character zaps Oscar on the head and says “That’s not the way you sing that song, mon.” The title song for the film was a cover version of “Three Little Birds” performed by Marley and Sean Paul.
Further voice acting includes “Crockadle” on an episode of My Gym Partner’s a Monkey, the Cheshire Cat in a 2010 episode of Wonder Pets, and Reflux the Knaaren, in the Ubisoft video game Rayman 3.
Marley covered “Drive” by The Cars for the Adam Sandler movie 50 First Dates, and his father’s song “Three Little Birds” for the Dora The Explorer soundtrack.
Ziggy is listed as the featured artist on Donna Summer’s song, “Crayons,” the title track from her 2008 album. He has also performed duets with Angelique Kidjo, Sting, Dora The Explorer, Taj Mahal, The Chieftains, Sean Paul and others.
Marley and his daughter Judah made an appearance in the 2009 Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade.
Ziggy Marley released a pro-marijuana song in support of California’s Proposition 19 ballot initiative to legalize recreational marijuana. Voters rejected the ballot but backers said they would mount another legalization campaign in 2012.
He performed in an episode of Sesame Street, playing his well known song “Set Your Piggies Free”, which encourages children to take off their shoes and socks and to explore nature with bare feet. The video involves many celebrities with their children, singing along. The main message of the video however is to just “Go Barefoot and Wiggle Those Toes!”.
He also appeared on Counting Cars on the History channel. It premiered in June 2013; In the episode, he meets Danny at Vamped to commission a restoration on his father, Bob Marley’s, vintage Mercedes.
He also sang with Cody Simpson in his song “Love”.