Pop Express

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Pop Express
Cover of the 4th issue, released on March 24, 1969
Editor-in-Chief Darko Stuparić
Categories Music magazine
Frequency Semimonthly
Publisher Centar za kulturnu djelatnost omladine Zagreba
Year founded 1969
First issue 10 February 1969
Final issue 17 January 1970
Country Yugoslavia
Language Serbo-Croatian

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


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:


  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