american top 40 the seventies

American Top 40 The Seventies – July 9th 1977
Every Sunday morning Casey Kasem counts down the 40 biggest songs in the Nation on American Top 40 The Seventies. It all begins at 6am. And it is all the original shows just as they aired in the seventies. Listen for on Oldiez 96.1 Wodz.
American Top 40 The Seventies Sunday May 26th – May 25th 1974
Casey counted down the 40 biggest hits off of Billboard's Hot 100 Singles chart. Originally a 3 hour program, AT40 expanded to the now familiar 4 hour length in 1978. Besides the top 40, AT40 played Long Distance Dedications and extras. The first Long Distance Dedication, "Desiree&…
America Top 40 The Seventies Sunday May 19th – May 19th 1973
American Top 40 quickly became one of the most popular syndicated radio shows in the country and then around the world. By 1986 the show was featured on more than 1,000 radio stations in 50 countries around the world as well as Armed Forces Radio and the Voice of America. American Top 40 spawned a t…
American Top 40 The 70s Sunday May 12th – May 15th 1971
Kasem, along with Don Bustany and Ron Jacobs, founded the popular American Top 40 franchise in 1970, hosting it from July 4, 1970 to August 6, 1988; and then from March 28, 1998 to January 3, 2004. Between January 1989 and early 1998, he was the host of Casey's Top 40, Casey's Hot 20, and …

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