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Welcome! Our Archive’s online mission is to give you insight into Reggae’s development, growth & recognition – from its roots in Kingston, Jamaica to branching out to the entire world! Read more About Us.

The Archive goes from the most recent to the oldest (ie Now>1983.) Search by name, event, year. New/Old content will be added regularly, so come back often!

Sit back, explore, learn, & enjoy! This is our music! A revolutionary music that changed the world & continues to spread the word, sound & power of One Love to new generations! Give thanks to the many talented writers, photographers & artists who contributed to this magazine’s success! Roots! Know your history!

Livicated to Jimmy Cliff, Bob Marley, Don Taylor, Clint O’Neil, Mikey Zappow, & Arielle Grace.

The Ultimate Collectors Box Sets are Here!

Greetings! We are excited to tell you that we’ve put together five (5) Box Sets for the ultimate Reggae fan, lover, and collector. The 5 categories include:

  • The 1980s – Roots Rock Reggae
  • The 1990s – Respect Due
  • The Legends
  • Women in Reggae
  • Dancehall Rules!

Inside you will find 2 iconic Reggae Report magazines, 2 vintage vinyl records, 3 unique promo pictures, 1 photo-filled calendar, and 1 music CD.  Each order will include a FREE Reggae Report T-shirt!

No 2 boxes are alike!  This collection is put together to educate and entertain. Since 1983 Reggae Report has delivered the news, views, and interviews to a world’a Reggae fans! Be part of history and order you Collectors Box Set today!

Give thanks for your continuing support!

One Love!

Click here to preview the Irie T’ings Shop Box Sets Collection

Ultimate Collectors Box Set
Ultimate Collectors Box Set

 

White Gyal Inna Reggae Bizness – the Beginning

 May 11, 1981 – my first day in Reggae, working for Bob Marley’s manager Don Taylor, there only 2 hours when Bob flew home to Zion… read about it here… 1 Luv 1 Aim ~ M Peggy Quattro

It’s really 34 years since Bob Marley journeyed home to Zion. Same 34 years since I began my journey in Reggae…

Posted by Reggae Report on Monday, 11 May 2015

Bob Marley Jah Lives Poster 1982
Bob Marley Jah Lives! Vintage poster 1982! Limited supply!

Tragic Demise of ‘Mystic Man’ Peter Tosh – Nov. 1987

Peter Tosh was murdered in his home on Sept. 11, 1987, along with several friends. M. Peggy Quattro reported the details in this rare 1987 issue of #ReggaeReport. Peter’s funeral/life celebration inside Kingston’s National Arena is also covered by writer Imani Tafari Ama.  Click to read all this and more.  Roots! Know your history!

Today is April 20, 2015 – or 420 – International Peter Tosh Day!

“Legalize it, don’t criticize it…”

Jack Radics – The Man with the Golden Voice

Jack Radics
Jack Radics – Singer, Songwriter, Producer

There are many great singers in Reggae, and a few able to mix in Soul and Pop to create a unique sound. But there are very few who possess that golden voice – a voice that when you hear it, you know instantly who it is. At the top of that list stands veteran singer and songwriter Jack Radics. For more than 25 years, Jack Radics has quietly and deliberately guided his career to become an extraordinary artist, songwriter, and performer; a singer so recognizable, that from the first moment you hear those smooth, golden bass tones you suddenly feel caressed and warm all over. Think Barry White mixed with Lou Rawls, add a little Otis “Love Man” Redding for good measure, and you get close to the unique golden voice of Jack Radics. Continue reading

Garnet Silk Interview with MPeggyQ Highlighted in Jamaica Observer

By Howard Campbell, Observer Senior Writer

The Jamaica Observer continues its 20-part series, 20 Days of Silk, which looks at the life of roots singer Garnet Silk. This month marks 20 years since his death.

M. Peggy Quattro did not know what to expect when she arrived in Kingston to interview reggae star Garnet Silk for her Reggae Report magazine in February 1994.

The last time she saw the singer was five months earlier. He was being helped off the stage at a New York City nightclub, unable to complete a show due to what doctors later diagnosed as exhaustion.

He had not performed in concert since.

When Quattro showed up at Silk’s home in the St Andrew hills, his mood was completely different. Continue reading

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