Bob was one of the top rock ‘n roll dee-jays in Los Angeles at the number one radio station for seven years. In 1972, he entered the world of country music. For ten years he was the exclusive promoter for country star Merle Haggard. During that time he also managed and crafted the careers of Dolly Parton, Barbara Mandrell, and Marty Robbins.
Eubanks is the only living person to have promoted the Beatles’ concerts all three years they toured America. He also produced some of the biggest concerts ever, including The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, and Bob Dylan just to name a few. He was one of the top television producers, having produced network and syndicated game shows and variety shows. He has hosted some of television’s most successful daytime programs, such as The Newlywed Game and Card Sharks. He is the only game show personality to host the same format with original programming for five decades. TV Guide named him one of the Top Five Game Show Hosts of all time. He’s won nine Emmys, including a Lifetime Achievement Award, and the industry’s Golden Mic Award. Bob became the last person to receive a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in the twentieth century. He’s definitely one of a kind!
Currently Bob is a highly demanded Keynote Speaker to corporate America. Speaking to such companies as Southwest Airlines, John Hancock Insurance, and Wells Fargo Bank, Eubanks shares his unique business philosophy to corporate America, which has made him one of the most successful entrepreneurs in the entertainment industry.
For 38 years Eubanks hosted the Emmy Award winning Tournament of Roses Parade for Tribune Broadcasting and the Hallmark Channel. His ratings were consistently twice those of the other channels combined.
Bob has produced television shows for all four of the major networks and for the syndicated market. Producer credits include: The Toni Tennille Show, Buddy Hackett's You Bet Your Life, All Star Secrets, The Guinness Game, and Infatuation. Motion picture producer credits include: Payback, and the soon to be released soccer film Goals to Glory.
In 1964, 1965 and 1966, Eubanks produced The Beatles concerts at the Hollywood Bowl and Dodger Stadium. This was the start of a 20-year concert promotion career that made him one of the most successful concert promoters in America.
Oh, and by the way… he’s a heck of a cowboy. I guess he really is ONE OF A KIND!
- Aging and Senior Living
- Emcee & Moderator
- Backstage with The Beatles
You probably know Bob as the host of The Newlywed Game, and as the co-host of the Rose Parade for Tribune Broadcasting for nearly 38 years. Bob was also a popular rock ‘n roll dee-jay. What audiences will be surprised to learn is that Bob is the only living person to have produced and financed the Beatles’ concerts all three years they toured America. In 1964, he borrowed $25,000 on his house and presented the Beatles to Los Angeles at the Hollywood Bowl. In 1965 he produced two shows at the Hollywood Bowl and one in 1966 at Dodger Stadium. The 1966 concert was the second to the last concert they ever appeared in together. Bob has fascinating and hilarious never-heard-before stories about his experiences with the Beatles, their manager Brian Epstein, and the screaming throngs of fans who attended the concerts. He has put together an entertaining one-of-a-kind show that will appeal to all audiences. Backstage With The Beatles consists of seldom heard stories about the Fab Four, never before seen photos and videos of the band, mixed with classic Beatles songs sung onstage by a talented tribute band. There has never been a show like Backstage With The Beatles that combines both great storytelling and legendary Beatles’ music. And Bob will do promotional interviews for local radio and television to generate interest and boost ticket sales. Backstage With The Beatles is unique and guaranteed to leave audiences smiling!
- The Not so Newlywed Game
The live Not so Newlywed Game is an exact replica of the television game using four married couples who are either newlyweds or feel like newlyweds. (In other words, it doesn't matter how long they have been married.) The show consists of Bob narrating 15 minutes of hilarious clips from the television show and then playing a half-hour version of the game. The Not So Newlywed Game is always funny and is a great entertainment opportunity for a company, organization or fair. The show is of good taste and is absolutely hilarious.
- It's All About People
Using outtakes from his highly rated television shows, Eubanks' "Its All About People" is a one-hour highly entertaining keynote presentation. The focus of "It's All About People" is on:
•Enhancing people skills in order to maximize partnerships with customers and co-workers.
•Relationships in the work place.
•The elderly and their increased presence in the workplace.
•The use of humor as a communication skill.