Eubanks has also produced television shows for all three 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. Along with television, he has also participated in the production of the motion pictures Payback and Forced To Kill.
In 1964 Eubanks borrowed $25,000 on his house and produced The Beatles at the Hollywood Bowl Concert. This was the beginning of a 20-year concert promotion career that included The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, Barry Manilow, Elton John and Bob Dylan, just to name a few. During that time Eubanks became one of the largest concert promoters in America producing over 100 concerts per year nationwide.
Each year Bob can be seen on the Tournament of Roses New Year's Day Parade, for Tribune Broadcasting. His multiple Emmy Award winning coverage traditionally receives a fifty plus share, making it one of the highest-rated television shows in Southern California, many years surpassing the ratings of the Super Bowl and the Academy Awards.
The other side of Bob Eubanks takes you to the rodeo arena, where he is a gold card member of the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association. His rodeo activities have included competing in team roping as well as serving as television commentator for the National Finals Rodeo.
Bob Eubanks has now launched a new career as he takes his forty years of experience in the entertainment industry and begins speaking to corporate America. His presentation, "It's All About People", is a highly entertaining and humorous look at maintaining a balance between people skills and the rapid growth of technology.
In the January 27th, 2001 issue of TV Guide, Bob was voted one of the top five gameshow hosts of all time, and on December 29, 2000, Bob was honored by the entertainment industry as he received a Star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. His Star is in front of the Egyptian Theater on the famous Hollywood Boulevard where, as a young man, he worked as a doorman and opened limousine doors for such stars as Elizabeth Taylor, Gary Cooper, and Debbie Reynolds.
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