Roger Steffens

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Roger Steffens is an American actor, author, lecturer, editor, reggae archivist, photographer and, producer. For many years he hosted KCRW's Reggae Beat. He is author of So Much Things to Say: The Oral History of Bob Marley.

Roger Steffens on KCRW

Reggae historian and archivist Roger Steffens sits down with Rhythm Planet host Tom Schnabel for So Much Things to Say: A Bob Marley Special. (11:05am)

'So Much Things to Say:' A Bob Marley Special

Reggae historian and archivist Roger Steffens sits down with Rhythm Planet host Tom Schnabel for So Much Things to Say: A Bob Marley Special. (11:05am)

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