Free Anchorage Varsity Show

Your free Varsity Show eBook is filled with great memories, history, pictures, and it takes you for a fun look at Anchorage's teen TV dance show seen on KTVA channel 11 from 1959 to 1971.

With a foreword by the Royal Coachman himself, Ron Moore.

“Thank you, this is a treasure”


varsity show ebook

From 1959 to 1971, The Varsity Show was seen live on KTVA channel 11.

The show was Anchorage's answer to the American Bandstand TV show, and it featured local teens dancing on TV to the latest hit songs of the day.

But that's not the whole story.

Anchorage high school students earned scholarships by becoming staff interns on the show.

Featuring a Foreword

by Ron Moore

Ron MooreThe Royal Coachman

Yes, The Royal Coachman himself, Ron Moore, provided the foreword for this historic Anchorage broadcasting e-book.

The “Dick Clark of Alaska” Ron was in front of the camera on The Varsity Show. He was also behind the microphone on The Coke Show which you can actually hear and read about right here on Anchorage

When you download your free copy of this fun Anchorage Varsity Show eBook, you'll get to see how much Ron enjoyed his time on our local teen TV dance show.

You'll love this stroll (wasn't that a dance?) down memory lane as you relive your teenage years in and around Anchorage, Alaska.

Do you remember when it all started with “Chuck's DJ Dance Party”?

Get this Anchorage Varsity Show eBook right now – it's free – and learn all about when and how teens in Anchor town danced on TV when Saturday's came around.

You might even find your name, or a friend's name among the books pages as a member of the show's audience, a band that performed on the show, or as a member of the show's staff.

And you'll also discover a fun chapter devoted to celebrities and local bands that were featured on the show as well. Here's a hint. One celebrity sang with “The Animals” and “War”. Another had a group known as “Dawn”. And one local band had a regional hit and toured all over Alaska. Another popular local group's name had to do with “starting illegal fires”.

Want to know the answers? Get this free instant download.

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