• Bob Marley - Songs of Freedom- Paris Photo Exhibit 24x36 Poster 1991 (15 only)
• Bob Marley 30th Anniversary Tribute Painting 1995 23x34 (5 only)
• VIP Passes to Miami’s Bayside Rocks! Festival, Nov. 19, 2011
• The MPeggyQ...This is Reggae Music personal history presentation
• A trip for two to Kingston with MPeggyQ for an action-packed tour of Reggae’s roots!
• Lots of free downloads!
Your pledge will go toward staffing and the huge cost of digitizing, editing, tagging, and uploading the entire Reggae Report collection; the same for thousands of iconic photographs, onstage and backstage, and numerous rare interviews and music cassettes; same with rare video footage; and toward informative content and narratives.
The Reggae Report Archive is your Archive. It chronicles in words and photos the global rise of Roots/Rock/Reggae, Rocksteady, Lovers Rock, Roots & Culture, Ska, Dub, and Dancehall.
Everyone loves Reggae and now you have the opportunity to make a difference. Your pledge will make the Reggae Report Archive a reality.
Do your part and together we can give this treasured historical Reggae music collection the home it deserves! Become a backer today!
Thanks in advance for your support, and for sharing this opportunity with friends and family!
Here's more great info on Reggae Report:
Reggae Report departments include Yard Report, USA Reggae, World Riddim, Fresh on de Scene, Int'l Reggae & Top 10 Charts, LP/CD Reviews, Did U Knows, So Jah Seh, So Dem Seh, and Fan Poetry.
Special editions include the annual Bob Marley Tributes, Roots & Culture, Women in Reggae, and Dancehall Rules! Regularly featured artists include Peter Tosh, Lucky Dube, Jimmy Cliff, Third World, Inner Circle, and Ziggy Marley, along with fan favorites such as Maxi Priest, Gregory Isaacs, Shaggy, Steel Pulse, Aswad, Bunny Wailer, Marcia Griffiths, Stephen and Damian Marley, UB40, Black Uhuru, Dennis Brown, Burning Spear, and Buju Banton, to name a few. Regarding MPeggyQ's contribution to Reggae's expansion, Bob Marley Manager Don Taylor claimed, "She's done a lot for Reggae music...some of [these acts] depend on her for the only magazine exposure they'll get."
Contributing writers include M. Peggy Quattro, Sara Gurgen (editor), Lee O'Neill, Patricia Meschino, Howard Campbell, Cynthia Wegmann, Amy Wachtel, Terri Larsen, I. Jabulani Tafari, Ryan MacMichael, Professor Skank, Carter Van Pelt, Lindsay O. Donald, and Shelah Moody. Photographers include Lee Abel, Jan Salzman, Thor Olson, Maverick, Tim Barrow, Ted Freeman, M. Peggy Quattro, and Barbara Reuther.
"...Reggae Report has long been acknowledged for its excellent quality...enabling it to become a reliable source for chronicling Reggae's history." - The Gleaner (Jamaica)
"Reggae Report...is among the most venerable of [those] Reggae journals...an important source of information." - Billboard (Artists & Music)
"Reggae Report is the magazine of Reggae music...the best of its kind in the world...growth, recognition, respect, awards, influence..." - New Times (Miami)