ORIGINAL GRAMMY'S POSTER
THE WAVE MAGAZINE, an entertainment and leisure magazine published by Wave Media Publications, editor-in-Chief, John Newlin , was based in San Jose , CALIFORNIA.
VP was Chris Rhoades, and COO, Peter Brafford.
Now extinct, this magazine published Volume 3, issues N. 3. Jan 03 to Feb 12, 2003 and N.8. April 10 to 23, 2003.
The credit inside N.3 said:
"Gracing this volume 3, issue 3 cover is an original piece straight from the brush...".
While N. 8 said:
"Adorning this issue's cover for the second time is an a piece straight from the brush/mind of legendary artist PETER MAX...". NOTE: it's a fender Strat intervened for the 1993 Grammy's award
A description of the magazine on companydatabase.org mentioned:
The Wave Magazine is a fortnightly entertainment and lifestyle publication, covering local events, dining, art, music, nightlife, style, family and community, health and beauty, sports, and anything else happening in our beloved Silicon Valley. In addition, the magazine is a fundamental resource for anyone looking for activities to do within their communities, ranging from shopping and salon services to fine dining and theatre. The Wave Magazine serves as a dual-purpose publication. Not only do we aim to entertain readers and keep them informed of the activity within their communities, but we also aspire to act as the liaison between businesses and their customers. By marketing local businesses, working with them, and writing about them, we acquaint readers with their neighborhood retailers in a fresh, entertaining fashion, thereby making the first introduction and delivering customers through business doors. Our mission as a company is simple. We aim to: - Build a strong connection and relationship between readers and local businesses. - Inform, entertain, engage, and maintain a strong readership and relationship with our Silicon Valley community. - Bring our readers to the door of our advertisers to both purchase goods and services and to support their local Silicon Valley businesses. - Continually evolve to reflect the interests of both our readers and our growing family of advertisers.