[REGGAE] Bob’s youngest son Damian “Junior Gong” Marley won two Grammys this year—one for Best Urban/Alternative Performance, and another for Best Reggae Album (Welcome to Jamrock, 2005). It’s an “urban reggae” album that features dancehall, hip-hop and R&B—club hits that also draw attention to the poverty and political violence that still overtake his homeland Jamaica. It’s the Marley consciousness, alive and well, but updated. He says, “We’re taking the baton from the elders who made rebel music—we’re new leaders of the old school.” Opening the show will be popular “urban island” music-maker O-shen, who blends New Guinea pidgin, rap, reggae and world music, and won a Na Hoku Hanohano award in 2001 with his debut album, Iron Youth. Tickets: $35 in advance, $40 day of show. Call 242-7469.