Tiger beat

Explore the ultimate collection of Tiger Beat magazines, featuring exclusive interviews, behind-the-scenes stories, and the latest gossip on your favorite celebrities. Relive the nostalgia and discover the iconic covers that defined an era.
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During the 1960s, before the advent of Crawdaddy and Rolling Stone as “underground” rock n’ roll magazines, Tiger Beat and 16 Magazine ruled the fanboy and fangirl roost. They publicized the prince and princesses of pop and garnered many tween and teen fans in the process. Tiger Beat‘s Monkee Spectacular made an impression on me as a wannabe publication designer. It was no Herb Lubalin or Alexey Brodovitch design, but it was the model I used for making layouts in underground

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Starting in fifth or sixth grade, my friends and I, and probably the majority of young girls, started reading Tiger Beat magazine. Are you familiar with it? Did you ever read it? Founded in September 1965, it was published monthly, and was primarily marketed to adolescent girls. A very young John Travolta in 1976. Tiger Beat was known for its covers with 'cut and paste' collaged photos of teen idols, and for its glossy pinup posters that made for great wallpaper that I plastered all over my…

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Lorraine Owens