22 March 2021
Don Letts is a filmmaker, musician, DJ, broadcaster and social commentator
who has always defied conformity. A British-born son of Windrush parents, he
seamlessly pivoted between London’s punk and reggae scenes earning his
reputation as the Rebel Dread.
In ‘There and Black Again‘, Don Letts looks back on his exceptional life, which has
seen him befriend Bob Marley after sneaking into his hotel, join The Clash‘s
‘White Riot’ tour as manager of The Slits and become one of the UK’s most highly regarded video directors just as the MTV boom hit. Letts is still highly active today.
The book – hardcover and kindle – available, among others, via Amazon.
Watch Don Letts‘ 1978 documentary – shot with a
Super 8 camera – about the 70s punk days in London…
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