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Reggae Report Archive

RRI Media Corp., a USA-based corporation, aka Reggae Report enjoys international recognition. As we celebrate four+ decades promoting Reggae music, we look forward to the possibilities of this Archive site. Before the Internet…there was Reggae Report!

This Archive is a continuation of our journey. From huumble beginnings as a newsletter in 1983, Reggae Report evolved into a glossy magazine that was soon distributed throughout the U.S. and hundreds of outlets around the world. By the mid-90s, Reggae Report had readers, subscribers & fans in more than 46 countries. The magazine was honored with an array of awards and accolades, earning a reputation for quality, consistency, and dependability. 

Reggae Trilogy: 200+ 80s & 90s Artist Headshots Vol. !In 2019, the first Archive eBook highlighting Reggae history was released. Reggae Trilogy: 200+ 80s & 90s Artist Headshots-Vol. 1 by M. Peggy Quattro looks at the fashion, culture & lifestyle of this iconic era. Hundreds of artist headshots are featured in chapters defining the creators & performers – Legends, Bands, Groups, Women, Singers, Dancehall, Musicians, Dub Poets, the Marleys, and USA & International Reggae. Each chapter begins with Ms. Quattro’s entertaining & educational introductions. The Foreword is by singer Nadine Sutherland and the cover design by Scott San Giacomo. This is a must-have for all serious Reggae fans & collectors!  Click the cover for a quick and easy download!

Recognized as the ultimate source for Reggae news and information, Reggae Report sustained its reputation by providing quality journalism, thus receiving the trust, support and respect of performers and music industry professionals on all levels.

Our goal is to present a site that speaks to the audience, a site that will engage, entertain and educate Reggae fans of all generations. The Reggae Report Archive is a timeline of Reggae’s global growth. 

We also look forward to sharing rare, classic photos, video, and audio gems.  As we reach one goal, we will strive for another.  We endeavor to meet and exceed your expectations.

About M. Peggy Quattro, Publisher

Publisher M. Peggy Quattro enjoys an extensive musical history.  Her Reggae career began in 1981 as Assistant Manager to Don Taylor, then manager of Bob Marley, Jimmy Cliff, and Gregory Isaacs. She followed up by working with veteran producer Joe Gibbs whose label boasted Dennis Brown, JC Lodge, Culture, Yellowman, and Beres Hammond, to name a few.  In 1983, with a strong desire to utilize her writing and photography skills, and armed with industry contacts and an awareness of the popularity of Reggae in Europe and South America, she began Reggae Report with Michael “Mikey Zappow” Williams. Williams returned to Jamaica in 1985 and Ms. Quattro continued the magazine. Her quest to educate the world about the music, culture, and message continues. 

Ms. Quattro’s accomplishments include:

  • Writing articles for Reggae Report, BillboardCaribbean Travel and Life, Miami Metro, High TimesCaribbean Today, Jamaicans.com. and Jamaica Record.
  • Executive producer and founder of Reggae Report’s fan-favorite “Small Axe” Awards presentation, 1986.
  • Both panelist and moderator at music conferences in New York City, Miami, Austin, and Kingston, Jamaica, 1980s-90s.
  • Speaking about Reggae on several occasions, including a seminar at the University of Miami and the Coral Gables, FL library.
  • Featured as a special guest on BET-TV’s “Black Voices” program, alongside other popular Reggae performers. 
  • Director, “Caribbean Sunburst,” a four-day festival featuring top Reggae performers on Miami’s Biscayne Bay, 1982.
  • Host “Strick’ly Reggae,” a twice-weekly radio program on WAVS-AM (Ft. Lauderdale) and WVCG-AM (Miami), 1991 & 1992.
  • Executive producer of Dancehall Dynamite, a CD for NYC’s Relativity/Atlantic Records, coordinating artists to present 13-tracks  of top names in Reggae and Dancehall, 1998. 
  • Introduced ReggaeReport.com, a popular Internet Archive for Reggae music, 1999.
  • Contributed biographical liner notes and photos for Atlantic Records’ tribute Garnet Silk CD, 2000.
  • Her exclusive interview with the late Garnet Silk was included on VP Records tribute 10th Anniversary Garnet Silk CD, 2005.
  • Introduced “Backstage @ReggaeReport.com,” an online video production outlet, 2007.
  • VP of Communications, Jamaica Arts Development Foundation, 2009.
  • Began the popular Reggae Report Facebook Page, 2010.
  • Communications Director & Media/Promoter Relations for Wailers band, 2016-2019.
About Arielle Grace

Arielle Grace Quattro is VP-RRI Media Corp. and Social Media & Content Consultant. She holds a BA from the University of Central Florida (UCF), Nicholson School of Communication, with a major in Television & Video Production & a minor in Sociology.  

Many of our contributors, whose names you will surely recognize, have been associated with Reggae Report for many years.  Their dedication is unwavering, and their contributions invaluable.  We welcome our new associates and look forward to their active participation.  If you would like to become a contributor, please send samples of your writing and/or photographs to Publisher.
Thank you!

President:  M. Peggy Quattro
VP-Social Media & Content:  Arielle Quattro
Webmaster and Technician:  Adam Buechler

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