Pop Express

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Pop Express
PopExpressCover.jpg
Cover of the 4th issue, released on March 24, 1969
Editor-in-ChiefDarko Stuparić
CategoriesMusic magazine
FrequencySemimonthly
PublisherCentar za kulturnu djelatnost omladine Zagreba
Year founded1969
First issue10 February 1969
Final issue17 January 1970
CountryYugoslavia
LanguageSerbo-Croatian

Pop Express was a Yugoslav music magazine that got published in Zagreb for less than a year during the 1969-1970 time frame.

History[edit]

Pop Express was launched in 1969.[1] It was published by Centar za kulturnu djelatnost omladine Zagreba (Center for Cultural Activity of Zagreb Youth),[1] every second Monday in a month.[2] The magazine's editor-in-chief was Darko Stuparić.[1] The first issue was released on 10 February 1969, and the last, 23rd issue on 17 January 1970.[1]

In an interview for the documentary series Rockovnik, chronicler Vladimir Spičanović said about the magazine:

Journalists and contributors[edit]

Some of the journalists and contributors to Pop Express include:

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d Janjatović, Petar (2007). EX YU ROCK enciklopedija 1960-2006. Belgrade: self-released. p. 303.
  2. ^ a b c d e f g h i Rockovnik, "Osmeh (Autorski rock u Hrvatskoj 1966 - 1970), Vladimir Spičanović, 20:25 - 22:20; Radio Television of Serbia, 2011