Recently Oliver Stone Visited Roger's Reggae Archives
Keith is a big Reggae fan and came to visit Roger's Music Archives
Roger is on the hunt for a permanent home for his archives.
Laura Dern and Ben Harper while shooting the music video for "With My Own Two Hands" at Roger's archives in Los Angeles.
Photo of Roger Steffens Interviewing Lee Perry in Jamaica
Rare Bob Marley Poster Curated by Roger Steffens
Freddy McGreggor Autograph. Freddy and Roger have known each other for years since Roger first interviewed him for "LA Reggae" back in the 1970's. Freddy even sings about Roger and the archives in 'Livicated".
Roger with lost Bob Marley master tapes.
Roger Steffens is an avid photographer, and as one of the world leading Bob Marley Authorities, he takes pictures of everything he can find with Bob. This billboard in Beverly Hills caught Roger's eye and he snapped this pic. A great example of the unique artifacts in the archives, there are thousands of more amazing images like this at Roger's, waiting to be digitized. We couldn't find it anywhere on the internet, this extremely rare photo is available to the public for the first time ever. Ple
Roger's record room in L.A, the heart of the Archives.
A Rasta Elder In Dominica.
Leonarado Di Caprio and Gisele Bundchen visiting Roger's Reggae Archives.
Peter Tosh And Roger were good friends, and spent time together every time Peter was performing in L.A.
Roger at The "World Of Reggae" Exhibit, 2001. Featuring over 6,000 items from Roger's Archives, this limited time exhibit was built in the Queen Mary in Long Beach, Ca. The show had thousands of visitors from around the world.
Roger while on his book tour for the "Reggae Scrapbook".
Poster for a Reggae Fest in 2012 depicting Roger interviewing Bob Marley as the artist imagines he would look at age 60.
This Bob Marley poster was made with 45's from Roger's collection.
Roger was part of the U.S Army Civil Action Group
Photo Taken By Roger In Vietnam During the War
The Tet Offensive was one of the largest military campaigns of the Vietnam War, launched on January 30, 1968 by forces of the Viet Cong and North Vietnamese Army against the forces of South Vietnam, the United States, and their allies.
Oliver Stone Visiting Roger Steffens Reggae Archives Photo Taken By Roger Steffens
Roger was working for Psy Ops, Psychology Warfare, a modern term for propaganda...
Roger quickly understood, how the America people were fooled by Washington D.C...
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John and Roger worked together of a Vietnam War Movie
After the war, Roger worked on a Hollywood Anti War Movies with John Ritter "Unnatural Causes" a Vietnam veteran dying from cancer brought on by exposure to the defoliant chemical Agent Orange
Laurence Fishburne and Roger Steffens on the set of the TV show "The Six O'Clock Follies"
Roger Steffens Vietnam War Era
Livicated Crew Visiting Roger Steffens Reggae Archives
Ras Pidow was brought to the U.S by The Smithsonian Institute to Setup a Ras Tafari camp in Baltimore, USA
Mr Santana Invited us at his Studio to record an interview for our documentary on Roger Steffens and his Reggae Archives
Erik's first Reggae concert was a Ziggy Marley show...
Earll "Chinna" Smith is Bob Marley and Peter Tosh Guitar Player
Carlos Santana And Roger Steffens At Roger's Reggae Archives in Los Angeles
Livicated director Erik Crown (Left) with Carlos Santana, Chris Johnson (Sound) and Livicated Producer Paul Madlenat (Right behind Chris)
Film Maker Erik Crown and Roger Steffens listening unreleased Bob Marley Tracks