Peter Tosh performs at the Jamaica World Music Festival in Montego Bay, Jamaica >> 73 MINUTES on RVM >>
 The Wailers featuring Bob Marley, Peter Tosh and Joe Higgs (sitting in for Bunny Wailer) plays a private concert at Capitol Records. A few days ago, Sly Stone of Sly & The Family Stone for whom they were opening since the begining of the tour, fired them unexpectedly in Las Vegas. >> 178 MINUTES on RVM >>
 Peter Tosh and band – that is Darryl Thompson (g), Ed Elizalde (g), Mikey Chung (g), Robbie Shakespeare (b), Sly Dunbar (d),Robert Lynn (kb), Keith Sterling (kb)&The Tamlins (bck voc) -perform at Montreux Jazz Festival in Switzerland >> 81 MINUTES on RVM >>
 to fight against the civil war, Jacob Miller, Dennis Brown, Peter Tosh, Bob Marley, Judy Mowatt, U-Roy, Junior Tucker join their voices One Love Peace Concert held at The National Stadium in Kingston, Jamaica >> 87 MINUTES on RVM >>
 Peter Tosh performs at Ontario Place Forum in Toronto, Canada >> 39 MINUTES on RVM >>
 Bob Marley & The Wailers – that is Bunny Wailer (voc, perc), Peter Tosh (g, voc), Aston Barrett (b), Carlton Barrett (d) and Earl Way Lindo (kb) – will be on stage at Edmonton Sundown near London >> 15 MINUTES on RVM >>
 if in England, do not miss The Wailers – that is Bob Marley (voc, g), Peter Tosh (voc, g), Bunny Wailer (voc, perc), Aston Barrett (b), Carlton Barrett (d) and Earl ‘Wya’ Lindo (kb) – at The Old Grey Whistle Test on BBC Channel 2 >> 8 MINUTES on RVM >>
 Peter Tosh and his band rehearse before their concert tonight at Roxy in Los Angeles >> 10 MINUTES on RVM >>
 Peter Toshwill be at The Forum in Ontario, CA >> 50 MINUTES on RVM >>
 Peter Tosh performs at the Greek Theater in Los Angeles >> 60 MINUTES on RVM >>
 Peter Tosh who has decided to retire and go went into self-imposed exile takes part in Pulse Starjam at National Arena in Kingston, Jamaica >> 53 MINUTES on RVM >>
Wikipedia : This day (September 11, 1987), in Jamaica, died Winston Hubert McIntosh a.k.a Peter Tosh, a Jamaican reggae musician.
Peter Tosh : He was the ultimate firebrand, speaking out against oppression around the world in both his songs and his public statements. He was a man who demonstrated the power of personal and artistic integrity, and pride and defiance in the face of authoritarian power.
@ The Talking Drum : Me just one time see a mon in the country play guitar and say ‘My that mon play geetar nice’. It just attract me so much that me just sat there taking it in for about a half-day and when him done-he was playin’ one tune for the whole half-day-he had hypnotized me so much that my eyes extracted everything he had done with his fingers. I picked up the guitar and played the tune he had just played with him showin’ me a t’ing.
@ last.fm : He often struggled in Jamaica with his group the Wailers (aka the Wailing Wailers – the group included Bunny Wailer and the world-renowned Bob Marley). Tosh joined them on a tour of England in 1972. This was to become his first step to world fame, as during this trip the group signed with Chris Blackwells’ Island Records.