Sunsplash - August 2006

Bob appeared on the closing night of Sunsplash (Sunday August 6th), backed by Glen Browne's band Constructed Noise.

Thanks to Julian in Germany, we now have some excellent photos of Bob on the night! – like this one here.
And for more, click here (… there is also now a Bob Andy section on the site, for photos from other events.
All of Julian’s work at is well worth checking out.)
Bob Andy - Sunsplash 2006

July 2003

Bob Andy performing with Dean Fraser & co. at Emancipation Park in Kingston. Many thanks to Julian for the use of these photos.
Bob Andy

March 2003

In the past few months, Bob has performed at several of the most high-profile musical events in Jamaica. Here are some of the comments from the Jamaican press:

BOB MARLEY TRIBUTE CONCERT 8th February 2003 at James Bond Beach, Oracabessa

"Bob Andy, who it seems is on an extraordinary musical high these days, once again showed that he can never miss a beat. "
Basil Walters, Observer, 11 February 2003


EVERTON BLENDAH'S BIRTHDAY BASH - 30th November 2002, Clarendon

"Bob Andy, in his 30-minute stint, 'bus di place' with his hits. Andy was spectacular in his delivery as he unleashed such numbers as "Unchained", "Too Experienced," and "Fire Burning."
Jamaica Gleaner, 02 December 2002

"… one of Jamaica's musical treasures, (elder statesman) Bob Andy … reeled off some of his compositions that have become classics."
Norman Munroe, Observer, 02 December 2002

UP CLOSE AND PERSONAL the Bob and Marcia - 27th November 2002, Priscilla's Nightclub, Kingston

"… Wednesday at Priscilla's, Bob Andy and Marcia Griffiths showed that they still have something special. The dynamic duo … did not let the full house down."
Observer staff reporter, 29 November 2002


"Eric Donaldson was good, but Bob Andy was better. The veteran singer/songwriter, armed with hits like Fire Burning, Sun Shines For Me, and Honey, treated the ever-hungry massive to a musical feast. Dapperly dressed, with graying locks flowing about him, Andy was like a master at work. He enjoyed good rapport with the audience and offered roses to the ladies while showing why he is regarded as one of the founding fathers of reggae music. Bob Andy always delivers and at Heineken Startime it was no different."
KARYL WALKER, X-NEWS, August 11, 1999

"Not to be outdone, singer/songwriter extraordinaire Bob Andy reminded us in song of his predictions. As the crowd rocked to Fire Burning, Feeling Soul, Sun Shines For Me, Going Home and I've Got to Go Back Home, they did so realising that they were skanking to a body of hits still relevant as when they were recorded 30 years ago."