Sunday, October 24, 2021

One of the Bay Area’s best-known music publications is up for sale

Want to own one of the Bay Area’s best-known music publications?

Well, BAM magazine – which has covered Green Day, Sammy Hager, Santana, the Donnas and other members of the local music scene for decades as well as once hosted the Bay Area’s best parties/awards show (aka The Bammies) – is for sale and may be yours if the price is right.

The publication’s longtime managing director Kenny Wardell Sr. announced via email that it is selling both the magazine and the rest of BAM Media’s large assets:

“After 10+ years at the helm of, it’s time for me to retire!” He wrote in the email. “And, we are looking for a new owner for BAM Media! Most of BAM Media’s properties are listed on the poster above.”

The poster, which was included as an attachment to the email, listed the following assets:

BAM Media

BAM Magazine (website)

Bay Area Music Awards (The Bammies)

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BAM Magazine

Bami’s Reunion Concert Event Footage

Bamm’s Walk of Fame

BAM TV on YouTube

800 mint condition issue of printed magazine

Video/Audio Tape of 20 Years of Bummies

Best of Bamiz Video Content

Seat at Bami’s Music Foundation

Interested parties are directed to contact David Eeyry at BamMedia[email protected]

It is not clear how much the current owners want to receive from the sale. No price tag was given in the email and Wardell has yet to respond to our request for that information.

BAM – which stands for Bay Area Music – was started in 1976 by publisher Dennis Arokan. The print magazine lasted for more than three decades, finally publishing its final copy in June 1999. At the peak of its popularity, BAM reportedly claimed a circulation of over 130,000 and had offices (as well as separate publications) in the Bay Area and both. Los Angeles.

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