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Cash Box

Cash Box magazine was a weekly publication devoted to the music and coin-operated machine industries in the United States, and carrying charts of record popularity, which was published from July 1942 to November 1996.

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ZZ Top: Exploring What's Behind That Li'l Ol' Texas Band

Report by Stephen K. Peeples, Cash Box, 27 December 1975

HINTS THAT interesting things were happening with ZZ Top have come from time to time as attendance and gross statistics for the Top's concerts were ...

The Manhattans: A Long Struggle To The Top

Profile by Dan Nooger, Cash Box, 22 November 1980

1980 HAS been quite a year for The Manhattans. The Columbia recording group had its first major crossover hit earlier this year with 'Shining Star', ...

Fats Domino, Big Joe Turner: The Alan Freed "Rock-n-Roll" Ball: St. Nicholas Arena, New York NY

Live Review by uncredited writer, Cash Box, 29 January 1955

THE ALAN Freed "Rock-n-Roll" Ball held at the St. Nicholas Arena, New York, on Friday and Saturday nights, January 14 and 15, had to be ...

Jerry Jeff Walker & the Lost Gonzo Band: Palomino, Los Angeles CA

Live Review by Stephen K. Peeples, Cash Box, 5 July 1975

Jerry Jeff Cooks At Palomino ...

Eric Clapton, Santana: Nassau Coliseum, Long Island

Live Review by Ian Dove, Cash Box, 12 July 1975

ERIC CLAPTON, kicking off his new American tour, provided the perfect program for his fans — a total recycling of his old hits. Initial baying ...

Ronnie Milsap: Palomino Club, Los Angeles CA

Live Review by Stephen K. Peeples, Cash Box, 12 July 1975

MUSIC IN full cycle best describes Ronnie's rotund set; this man plays everything from mournful lost love blues to wall-busting rock and roll with a ...

Waylon Jennings: Ramblin' Man

Report and Interview by Stephen K. Peeples, Cash Box, 12 July 1975

MANY ARTISTS project a schizophrenic split between their music and their personal lives; not so with Waylon Jennings. Waylon's personal life is his music and ...

Jessi Colter, Waylon Jennings: Waylon Jennings, Jessi Colter: Civic Auditorium, Santa Monica CA

Live Review by Stephen K. Peeples, Cash Box, 31 May 1975

WALKING INTO the Civic one could feel an incredible aura of positive anticipation from the audience. They welcomed Jessi Colter (Ms Jennings) with exuberant applause ...

David Allan Coe, Rita Coolidge, Willie Nelson: Nelson Picnic Brings Different Musical Elements Together

Report by Stephen K. Peeples, Cash Box, 26 July 1975

HOLLYWOOD — This year's Willie Nelson 4th of July picnic was streamlined in production and presentation: narrowed to one day as opposed to three last ...

Bruce Springsteen & the E. Street Band: The Troubadour, Los Angeles, CA

Live Review by Harold Bronson, Cash Box, 10 August 1974

CECILIO AND Kapono, a hirsute Hawaiian duo sharing acoustic and electric guitars, opened the show. Seemingly attempting to be another Seals and Crofts, their pleasant ...

The Rolling Stones/B.B. King: Oakland Coliseum, California

Live Review by Tom Donahue, Cash Box, 22 November 1969

THE ROLLING STONES are in action in the United States for a tour that currently includes 14 major cities in most of which they will ...

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