Magazines Featuring David Cassidy
Due to David Cassidy's over whelming popularity as a teen idol from 1970 to 1974, there are far too many teen magazines to list. Therefore, only NON-TEEN Magazines from those years are listed. Click here to see the covers of The Partridge Family Magazines , this will take you to the C'mon Get Happy Web Site. This wonderful site also has many other Partridge memorabilia and information available. If you have any additions for this list please email me.
September 1967 - Photos of David appear in the story "Surf City".
43 monthly issues of this magazine were issued between June 1972 and December 1975.
October 16, 1971 - Partridge Family at Marineland filming.
May 22-28, 1971 - David on the cover in a blue shirt.
July 15-21, 1972 - David in concert on the cover. Great photo!
July 21, 1972 - "Partridge Family money machine, " page 24.
December 18-24, 1972 - Partridge Family on Cover.
December 14-20, 1980 - David Cassidy in 'The Night The City Screamed', on cover.
October 29,1971. Cover Story.
March 24, 1972. "The D-Day Sound Was a High-C Shriek," by Ralph Grayes.
Issue 108 - 1972. Cover Story "Naked Lunch Box."
There are only THREE issues of "Rolling Stone Magazine" that ever sold out. The very first issue, the one with John Lennon after his death and THIS ONE!
Read the article here.
This 3 page article tells of the extortion threat for 5 million dollars.
June 24, 1972. The talk of the town - David Cassidy.
A Record Mirror special Billboard publication.
A David Cassidy special from the Daily Mirror.
A Disco 45 Special edition.
January 1973. David is on the cover.
August 1973. Article titled; 'David Cassidy turns guard dogs loose on fans.
June 17, 1974. "Amid Scenes of Chaos, David Cassidy Departs."
May 16, 1983. Now back on stage, David Cassidy has a fiancee and a confession: His rock days were no picnic.Article
January 28, 1999. Announcement of David's new show at the Las Vegas' Rio Suite Hotel & Casino. Who's Like David Cassidy?
November 13, 2000. David Cassidy said that his contract with The Rio includes a clause -- a nonriding rider if you will -- that forbids him from climbing aboard his thoroughbred racehorses. Too risky.
April 16 2007. Catching Up With David Cassidy
July 2009. Special Edition - Celebrate the 70's.
September 7, 2009. David & Katie Cassidy
October 19, 2009. Picture of David from the 1970's.
July 27, 1992. This is a People special double issue 50 Years Of Teen Idols. David is named one of the top 10 teen idols of all time. The magazine also has a where are they now section.
November 1, 1993. The Return of David and Shaun Cassidy. The surprising lives of the 70's teen idols today. Also, TV's Partridge kids, where are they now.
January 6, 1981. "David Cassidy Has Amazing Psychic Powers," by Dan Schwartz.
November 22, 2010.
Tiger Beat Magazine - From 1975 to Present.
January 1975 - Page 23, "Cassidy Recuts Short Hair Shorter!" Small article & photos. (Previous issue has nice pics of him getting his hair cut but not as short.
March 1975 - Page 3, "The Beat Goes On," "DC.Back? Small mention.
Page 55, has reviews of records "David Cassidy's Greatest Hits" & "The World of the partridge Family.
Page 56, "David Snubs Shaun." Says DC didn't go to Shaun's debut concert at Hollywood's Aquarius Theatre.
April 1975 - Page 20, "The Pickle Page." D.C. had trouble with guard at party Elton John was holding.
Page 68, David Cassidy - back again.
June 1975 - Page 83, David voted "Top Pop Singer in the World," by Germany's Bravo Magazine.
August 1975 - Page 37, "The Music Box," small mention of LP "The Higher They Climb."
October 1975- Page 40, "Swinging Sounds" review of "The Higher They Climb" LP.
November 1975 - page 40, "Strictly Gossip" - single "Get It Up For Love," banned in England.
July 1976 - Page 55, "ten years of Tiger Beat" has top teen idols, etc.
Page 59, "The Music Box" mentions LP "Home Is Where The Heart Is."
August 1976 - Page 28, "The Music Box" mentions David in Europe to promote new LP.
September 1976 - "The Music Box" mentions David recording again with Milt Okun producing.
March 1977 - Page 29, "The Music Box" mentions possible tour with Mick Ronson.
Page 32, "Strictly Gossip," another mention of tour.
Page 61, "Questions and Answers" asks what he's doing and answer was planning a U.S. tour.
May 1977 - Page 16, "Question and Answers," asks about David, mentions new "Gettin' It In the Street" single.
July 1977 - Page 32, "Strictly Gossip," David & Kay at art gallery.
Page 66, "TV Secrets," David & Kay.
August 1977 - Page 31, "The Music Box," Kay says David has some grey hairs.
October 1977 - Page 4, "Shaun! The Special Ring He Wears," has two pics of David with his family ring obviously shown.
November 1977 - Page 75, "Fly Free To Hollywood," shows picture of cover of Preview Magazine with David, Shaun, and Shirley on the cover.
January 1978 - Page 23, small pic of DC in bathing suite.
Page 38, question of what Kay's been in.
Page 64, "Shaun: He's not Afraid." Pic of Shaun & David. Mentions DC.
August 1978 - Page 60, "Questions and Answers, " David had bowling ball dropped on his foot and had to wear a cast for a while.
September 1978 - Page 34, "Questions and Answers" about his ring.
Page 65, mentions Police Story success, said he'll do four shows for new season.
January 1979 - Page 42, "David and Shaun: Familiar Footsteps!" About both playing detectives on T.V.
Page 77, "Five Years Ago," small mention.
Page 98, "Meow" mentions DC Undercover.
February 1979 - Page 17, "David Cassidy: Ten Idol Again?" Mentions David Cassidy, Man Undercover."
Page 31, "Strictly Gossip" says he'll play J. Paul Getty III in a movie.
Page 53, Words to "Man Undercover" Theme Song "Hard Times, Hard Crimes.)
Page 94, Nice color photo, 1/4 of a page.
March 1979 - Page 81, brief mention in "Five Years Ago."
April 1979 - Page 98, small photo of David and photographer Henry Diltz., who wrote the book "California Rock - California Sound."
May 1979 - Page 31, "Classified," Happy Birthday to David.
November 1979 - Page 69, "Swing sound," review of his single "Hurt So Bad."
January 1980 - Page 50 "Shaun's Mom A winner," has small pic of DC & Shirley at an award dinner for Shirley.
February 1980 - Page 7, "Shaun Webs," very brief mention of David.
April 1980 - Page 72, "Tiger Beat Birthday Party," Shows small photo of DC & PF.
Page 81 "Classified" Happy Birthday to D.C.
May 1980 - Page 72, page 79 "Classified" Happy Birthday to D.C.
Page 87 "Birthday Bash," small pic. Of D.C.
June 1980 - Page 15, "Tiger Beat 10 Years Ago." 20 year old David wins part of Keith Partridge.
August 1980 - Page 15, ad for Sept. Birthday issue has small photo of D.C.
Page 86, "Meow" has small photo of David on his 21st birthday holding a Jimi Hendrix poster.
Page 89, "T.B. 10 years ago," David was in segment of Mod Squad TV show called "The Loser."
September 1980 - This was Tiger Beat's 15th Anniversary Issue. It had updates on many of the teen idols of the past. The Beatles, Monkees, Bobby Sherman and of course DAVID!
Page 63, A Handwritten "Happy Birthday" from D.C. to T.B. On the cover
Page 67, "Throughout the years with T.B."
Pages 74-75, "David's Casablanca Birthday Party," nice photos and story on David's 30th Birthday Party.
Pages 82-87, "Catching Up with Cassidy (David that is!)" Really good interview with David.
Page 83, beautiful color pin-up!
Page 88, "The Partridge Family - One by One." Update on the rest of the P.F. kids.
Page 104, "meow" mentions visit and interview with David.
November 1980 - Page 96 mentions Sept. issue with David.
September 1981 Birthday issue, has D.C. & P.F.
Tiger Beat Star
March 1977 - Page 18, "Inside Teen Superstar" mentions father's death and flying in from Hawaii for funeral.
Page 36 has small photo in a "Getting' It in the Street" t-shirt.
Page 73, "April Calendar" has his birthday listed.
July 1977 - Page 14, "Shaun and David Locked out!" (of a hotel room before David's wedding).
Page 34, "grapevine" mention marriage to Kay.
Page 64, mentions single, "Saying Goodbye Ain't Easy (I'll Have to Go Away.)"
March 1979 - Page 18, "Star Scoops" mentions DC Man Undercover getting cancelled; small pic. Page 18, "Back Talk, "small photo, someone wrote saying they liked David more than Shaun.
Page 50, "All-Star TV Contest," has small photo of PF.
Page 81, nice color photo of David.
February 1980 - Page 17, "What It Takes to be a Cassidy Woman" with a small picture of David and Kay kissing and one of just David.
Tiger Beat Super Special
Summer 1976 - "Mailbox," addresses of Ruth Aarons Management, RCA Records and Solter Roskin (Press Agency.)
Winter 1976 - Page 63, "Information Please" Asked if DC is married. Not then. Small photo.
#1 - (1977) "Shaun Cassidy: Is this the face of 1977?" Has small picture of Shaun & David. Mentions David.
#2 - (1977) Information Please" asks about "Getting It In The Street."
#3 - (1977) Horoscope thing under "Aries," has mention and small photo of David.
Page 33, "That's Entertainment," David weds Kay.
Page 80, "Information Please," marriage again.
August-September 1979 - Page 91 "Oh, The Things They Say about Shaun!" Has quote from David and small photo.
February 1977 - Page 57 "The Higher They Climb" mention.
April 1977 - Pages 17 & 58 mention "Gettin' It Street."
June 1977 - Page 60. David & Kay before wedding.
July 1977 - page 55. Large article titled "So they were Wed."
September 1976 - Page 51. Second paragraph.
March 1977 - Page 4. Small photo and brief mention.
April 1977 - Page 26. Little thing on him in Santa Barbara.
July 1977 - Pages 66 & 67. At his home and "Getting' It In The Street." Good article.
August 1977 - Page 4 & 26 on wedding.
October 1977 - Page 70. His "love story," full page article.
April 1979 - Pages 38 & 39. On the "David Cassidy - Man Undercover" set. Very nice.
April 1979 - Pages 22 & 23. Very good.
February 1980 - Pages 38 & 39. On his "Comeback." Also very good.
Teen Super Star
November 1976 - Page 55, "Scoops and Super Scoops," under "Records You Won't Hear," mentions the single "Tomorrow" as being #15 on the European charts. Photo too.
February 1977 - Page 12, "Grapevine," mentions "Gettin' It In The Street."
October 1971 - "Surgeons save David Cassidy from death."
1972 - "Why David Cassidy posed in the nude."
June 1977 - "Cassidy's Girl"
1978 - "My marriage to David Cassidy."
Tv All-Star Spectacular
1977. Page 32, "Shaun: Dates to Remember," has PF & DC. Page 50
"Yesterday's TV Heroes: Where Are They Now?" has P.F.
Page 88, "Shaun: Two Teen Idols in the Family".
February 1975, Page 31.
October 1977, Page 23 (Mention of colt born.)
Teen World-Teen Life
October 1977, Page 8. Small mention.
Ten Top Teens
June 1978, Page 6. Small mention.
February 1979, Page 79 (Small thing on Man Undercover & photo.)
Teen Beat Super Star Special #2
September 1979, Page 27. Small mention.
April 1979, Pages 51 to 53 & 96. Nice Article.
July 1975 - Page 50.
January 1976 - Pages 12 & 37
March 1976 - Page 40. On "Higher They Climb" L.P.
August 1976 - Page 60. Top male vocalist in Germany
December 1976 - Page 60. Asks if he's married.
July 1977 - Page 47. David weds.
August 1977 - Page 22. Just a small photo in article about Shaun.
October 1977 - Page 7 on wedding. Page 36 on Shaun & David.
March 1978 - Page 57. On Police Story.
May 1978 - Page 52, birthday and gift guide.
July 1978 - Page 6. "Nancy Knows" has small photo of David and his mom, Evelyn Ward.
A magazine published weekly between 1983-1985. Contains a three page article on David.
February 27, 1985. A German magazine, discussing David's comeback and the release of 'The Last Kiss' single.
February 28, 1985. "David Cassidys Comeback"
January 1984 - "The Celebrity Who Turns Me On" Column. David's response was "James Cagney. I've studied his work to the limit, and I feel he's one of the greatest entertainers who ever lived."
February 8, 1984 - "Who Was Your First Love?". David replied, "Her name was Jill, we were both in eighth grade, and I sent her secret-admirer notes. She thought they came from another boy and, about ten years later, wound up marrying him."
July 25, 1985. Canadian Magazine. "Clown or Daydreamer - how can we be sure? David Cassidy talks about his success then and now."
August 24, 1985. David lists his top five and bottom five favourite tracks.
June 1985. The magazine has an interview of David by George Michael.
April 9-10. 1994. As a young schoolgirl she yearned for him, the television idol, man of her pre-teen dreams. And she went on wondering, if not yearning, for 20 years. Then came the day when Janet Fife-Yeomans finally got to meet David Cassidy.
May 1996. A picture of David from 1971 and a comment about his lifestyle in the 70's. This was produced when David hosted VH1's 8-Track Flashback. See the article.
May 5, 1998. David was on the cover. The magazine also had a full page advert for EFX and a two page article about David.
October 28, 1998. David discusses what he will do once he leaves EFX.
December 2000 issue.
December 1999 issue. Titled: Message to The World. David Cassidy, talks with A&U's Dann Dulin about loss and hope.
October 1971 - Emergency operation for David Cassidy.
August 15, 1999 - David Cassidy Brings Back The Rat Pack.
January 16, 2000 - Cassidy Shines at the Copa
January 21, 2001 - The Once and Future David Cassidy
February 2000. The article discusses the current show "At The Copa" with David Cassidy and Sheena Easton. The article contains some nice pictures.
September 7, 2000. Teen Idol redux. David Cassidy grows up....and makes Harrah's debut.
December 2000 issue. The article is titled: David Cassidy (you can call him The Guy) embraces old Vegas to become the new Mr. Las Vegas. We think we love him.
2002. Inside David Cassidy's $4 million mansion. Some nice photos of David at home in Las Vagas.
April 27, 2002. British Magazine with an article titled: David Cassidy still singing for you.
March 9, 1991. Photographs of one month old Beau at home with David and Sue. David and Sue explain why they waited to get married.
October 21, 2003. At his beautiful new Florida home David Cassidy talks about his years as a heartthrob, the happiness he has rediscovered with his wife Sue and why he won't repeat his father's mistakes. This article contains some lovely photographs of David.
November 2006. In this three page article David Cassidy reveals why he's happy to let go of the past.
April, 2007. 32 years after the tragic accident at David Cassidy's London Concert Bernadette Whelan's Brother gives an interview.
December 2, 2008. "DAVID CASSIDY is in control of his life at last", is in Issue no. 1049.
April 17, 2004. Published by Telegraph Group Ltd London
May 2005. David talks about growing up in the spotlight. This article appeared just before the Once In A Lifetime Tour.
N.Z.Woman's Day magazine.
October 7, 2005. In the section: "What ever happened to..." It has a photo(old) and a couple of paragraphs saying he now lives in Florida with his 3rd wife Sue and son Beau Devon and is still actively performing.
August 14, 1998. A picture and review of EFX.
2005. The Partridge Family, The complete First Season. An article about the release of the DVD set.
April 10, 2009. David's memoirs are one of the star memoirs featured in the play "Celebrity Biography".
November 6, 2002. This article promoted David's concerts in Australia and the release of his new CD "Then And Now".
Ontario Golf Magazine
In an interview with Bichael Burgess, actor and golfer, Michael was asked: "What go you started in the game?" He replied, "I was in a production called Blood Brothers four or five years ago with David Cassidy. We became good friends. He had just gotten into golf at that time. We'd go out and play together."
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1993. 'In the Act' section of the Magazine contained an article titled 'C'mon Get Happy - David and Shaun Cassidy trade in their bell-bottoms for Broadway. We think we love it...' This article appeared while David and Shaun were starring in Blood Brothers on Broadway.
2006 Issue 95, July/August, has a brief interview with David, called "Five Questions with David Cassidy". One question was what three songs best illustrate the Partidge Family sound? He answered: "Point Me in the Direction of Albuquerque", "I'll Meet You Halfway", and of course "I Think I Love You". The cover story of this issue is about bands that were born on tv, and the article devotes part of the space to The Partidge Family. At the end of the portion about PF, it does mention that David is still touring and releasing "the occasional album". The article includes a few small pictures.
The Times Saturday Magazine
Could it be forever? Read the article here.
March 24, 2007. 3Ĺ-page interview with David Cassidy. He was the highest-paid solo performer on the planet in the early 1970s, and the hottest teen idol. But by 25 he was disillusioned. So he turned his back on fame and began a long journey of self-discovery. With one full-page colour current picture and smaller colour and black and white pictures at various times in his life.
April 3, 2007. David Cassidy speaks about what life has taught him.
May 28th, 2007 issue, Australia
SEX, DRUGS AND THE PARTRIDGE FAMILY David Cassidy, star of the 70's The Partridge Family, has done it all. On the heels of his new book, Could Be Forever: My Story, David reflects on his wild days in the 70's which he now describes as a 'sexual playground'. When David toured Australia in the '70s, a few of those girls found their dream of getting close to their idol come true. David is reflecting on his wild times in Australia and drug binges that almost saw him pack it all in. As David reveals 'I never became a drug abuser, I found myself thinking: 'You stop or you die'.
"Although David is still first and foremost an entertainer, he doesn't mind getting up early to dig his heels into the dirt and grass and just "be" with his horses." This article contains a brief history of his career in entertainment and also a new insight into the development of David's interest in horses. The article contains some lovely, and previously unseen, pictures of David with some of his horses.
This is a community magazine for residents of CR6. The publisher, Helen Foreman-Tapley, asked David a series of questions prior to his 2008 tour in the UK.
This is a regional magazine for the Southampton and Winchester areas of UK.
The Odeum is the Rose Theatre Brampton Magazine. Issue February 2009 had a 3 page article.
June 2009 - Betty and the werewolves
May/june 2009 issue. "Star of Screen & Stage Continues To Makes His Mark In Thoroughbred Racing."
August 31, 2009 - "David Cassidy's Having A Blast"
Oct/Nov 2009. Looking Back In Gratitude: Mid-century idol David Cassidy today.
September 16, 2009. Interveiw with Katie Cassidy
November 22, 2010.
German Magazine. March 17, 2011.
February 10, 2011.
No. 19 German Magazine. May 4, 2011