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MPQ’s Response to Where Have All the Music Magazines Gone?

My Response to “Where Have All the Music Magazines Gone?”
Aaron Gilbreath| Longreads | Dec. 2018

By M. Peggy Quattro

Reggae Report International Magazine began as a one-page newsletter in 1983. However, my interest in, and commitment to, spreading the music and message began years earlier. One day, I promised myself, I would do all that I could to get the word out to a world of fans I knew were there – fans ready for and waiting for Reggae.

Remember, Reggae, as most of the universe knows it today, was born in Jamaica in the late 60s-early 70s, proudly rising on the shoulders of Ska and Rocksteady. 1983 was considered to be in the early stages of this Reggae phenomenon. I knew branching out was going to be a long, hard road to hoe…but hey, let’s get started! Continue reading

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…”