On the 25th January, LP was out and about. First she was seen at the 1 Hotel in West Hollywood, where Primary Wave Music Publishing and Island Records celebrated Bob Marley’s 75th birthday with One Love Hotel at an event presented by Mastercard. A week-long residency for Grammy Week started on the 21st January, (there were 5 different evenings) and LP attended the last one, Pre-Grammy party on Saturday.
In 2020 the Marley family, Island Records, UME, and Primary Wave Music Publishing will be honoring the legacy of Bob Marley by commemorating his 75th birthday milestone and his importance in the history of global music with a year-long celebration. In 1977, Bob Marley was diagnosed with acral lentiginous melanoma; he died as a result of the illness in 1981, he was only 36.
Later that evening, LP and other artists performed at the 8th annual Wammys Party – tribute to The Traveling Wilburys, that took place at the Dirty Laundry bar in Los Angeles. The Traveling Wilburys (sometimes shortened to the Wilburys) were an English–American supergroup consisting of Bob Dylan, George Harrison, Jeff Lynne, Roy Orbison and Tom Petty. LP sang cover of “It’s Over”.
Background info on the event that’s hosted in the Grammy Week, after the Billboard article from 2019:
This gathering is a quasi punk alternative to some of the music biz’s more staid offerings. It’s co-hosted by Dhani Harrison and his manager David Zonshine and their label HOT Records Ltd; Jim Merlis and Ken Weinstein’s Big Hassle Media & The BMG.
Video courtesy of @tremontina_ – shared via Insta-story. I will post more info, when such becomes available.