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Let it be me, The Everly Brothers....( # 7 IN 1960 )

Let it be me, The Everly Brothers.( # 7 IN 1960 )

KHJ achieved a commercial radio station’s ultimate goal: the crafting and transmission of a distinctive message (that KHJ was boss, and if you listened, so were you), reinforced moment to moment within a universe designed around that message, all the while raking in hordes of listeners.  - http://www.brucesallan.com/2013/03/02/the-evolution-of-technology-am-radio-top-40-lists/

The Evolution of Technology series takes a look back at Rock n Roll and the Top 40 lists so common in the fifties and sixties on AM Radio

Listened almost every Sunday to American Top 40 with Casey Kasem. "Keep your feet on the ground and keep reaching for the stars".

Listened almost every week to American Top 40 with Casey Kasem. "Keep your feet on the ground and keep reaching for the stars".

Tape Recorder. Sitting in front of the speaker all day waiting to record your favorite songs.  hahaha

Panasonic Cassette Tape Recorder with built in mic. I got this for my birthday in grade.I thought I was so cool! I could record songs off the tv and radio.Just be quiet!

The cassette recorder, you had to put it close to the speakers to record songs on a Sunday from the chart countdown!

Panasonic cassette tape recorder - I used to put the mic in front of the TV to record my favourite songs from Top Of The Pops

Listening to my fave station: Classic American Top 40 ♫ on #iHeartRadio #NowPlaying

Listen to Classic American Top 40 Live for Free! Hear and Casey Kasem Countdowns, only on iHeartRadio.

the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra -  Hooked on Classics

the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra - Hooked on Classics

You'd listen to the radio all day just to get that one song...and hope nobody would talk in the background.

15 Things Every Kid In The ‘90s Can Relate To

American Top 40 - "I'm Casey Kasem and on with the count down..."

Radio Legend Casey Kasem Dead at 82 American Top 40 mainstay and voiceover actors career spanned seven decades

Top 40 with Casey Kasem--EVERY Sunday morning

Listening to Casey Kasem's American Top 40 countdown on the radio every weekend. "Keep your feet on the ground and keep reaching for the stars.

WMCA signed on from New York City in 1928.  Announcer Barry Gray started interviewing celebrities and taking listener phone calls in 1945, and some call him “The Father of Talk Radio.” The most consequential part of WMCA’s history began in the 1950s when the station adopted a Top 40 format. Through the 1960s, it became a highly personality-driven Top 40 station.  The collection of legendary announcers, including Scott Muni and Murray “The K” Kaufman, were known as the “WMCA Good Guys.”

fadedsignals: “ Here’s an extremely classy 1964 ad for New York City’s legendary WMCA-AM. WMCA signed on from New York City in It carried a wide variety of programming in its early days.

Ghost; Grammys; 2016   We had some classic rock playing in the limo. We usually have a mix of everything from Abba to Venom. We listen to a lot of different things. It can literally be anything from your standard Top 40 classic-rock party songs to Euro disco. We also like a lot of radio pop and pop music in general. Whatever makes you happy, listen to that.  Photo Tergo

Ghost's Big Day at the Grammys: A Behind-the-Scenes Look

Ghost; Grammys; 2016 We had some classic rock playing in the limo. We usually have a mix of everything from Abba to Venom. We listen to a lot of different things. It can literally be anything from your standard Top 40 classic-rock party songs to Euro disco. We also like a lot of radio pop and pop music in general. Whatever makes you happy, listen to that. Photo Tergo