Entertaining Tucson

"Entertaining Tucson Across the Decades" Volume 3: The 1990s

These pages are from the 3-volume set of "Entertaining Tucson Across the Decades."

Entertaining Tucson

By Robert Zucker, publisher Entertainment Magazine

The third volume of the Tucson entertainment compilation, "Entertaining Tucson Across the Decades" covers the 1990s with more than 200 pages of interviews, photos and stories. The entire three-volume set covers the Tucson entertainment scene from the 1950s through the end of the 1990s. See more about the Entertaining Tucson.

This 3rd volume of this series, published by EMOL.org, is now available on Amazon: Entertaining Tucson Across the Decades: Volume 3: 1990s.

Read sample chapters below from chapter three.

A Nostalgic look at Tucson

Read sample articles republished in the second volume. New pages are being added. When the second volume is ready, more pages will be featured on this site. Enjoy!

Sample Contents:

Read chapters from Volume 3 of the new book on Tucson entertainers.

These are the many stories of the people, the bands and the venues that entertained Tucson during the decades between 1986 through the end of the 20th Century. Email author: [email protected]

The Giant Sandworms, Los Lasers, Statesboro Blues Band Sam Taylor, Bobby Taylor and Street Pajama, and hundreds others, were fixtures on the Tucson nightclub scene.

These articles are compiled from several local newspapers which covered the Tucson entertainment scene over that decade– Tucson Teen, The Magazine, and Entertainment Magazine.

The Index, at the back of this book, provides a valuable print search tool to locate people, places and events that were recorded during those decades.

This book is in appreciation to those reporters and photographers who contributed their work and time to keep Tucson informed.

This Volume Two of "Entertaining Tucson" features musician and local celebrity interviews, photographs and articles from the Entertainment Magazine between 1986 and its last print edition in 1994. The Entertainment Magazine continued online from January 1995 until present at EMOL.org.

The Entertainment Magazine title had been publishing since April 1985. Prior to that, it published as the Magazine. Each month, 20,000 copies were distributed through all Tucson Circle K’s and QuikMart stores, the University of Arizona and Pima Community College campuses, most Tucson-area junior high and high school campuses, all Tucson and Pima County Library branches, all Tucson and Pima County Recreation Centers, and hundreds of Tucson businesses.

Purchase on Amazon: Entertaining Tucson Across the Decades: Volume 1: 1950s through 1985 is available on Amazon.com at a discount.

To purchase locally, in Tucson, from Mostly Books, and Summit Hut locations.

"Entertaining Tucson Across the Decades"

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2015 © Southwest Alternatives Institute, Inc.
2015 © Entertainment Magazine and BZB Publishing, Inc., Robert Zucker.

All rights are reserved. These are the compiled works of contributed materials from writers and photographers previously published in the Tucson Teen, Magazine, Entertainment Magazine and Newsreal newspapers, and from Entertainment Magazine On Line (EMOL.org). No part of the material protected by this copyright may be reproduced or utilized in any means, electronic or mechanical, without written permission from the publisher.

Permission is granted to use quotes and cite references to the contents in this book with proper credit noted: “Entertaining Tucson Across the Decades,” © 2015 Entertainment Magazine.”

Robert Zucker, publisher

Published by BZB Publishing, Inc. P.O. Box 91317, Tucson, Arizona 85752

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