The legendary voice is gone. Casey Kasem, host of American Top 40, the biggest radio countdown show of the 70s and 80s, and the voice of Scooby Doo, Shaggy, and countless other voices, has died. He was 82.
You may enjoy listening to Casey Kasem's AT 40 The Seventies, Sunday mornings at 6 here on 96.1 WODZ. Now, The legendary radio personality's health has deteriorated, and reportedly he's been hospitalized in critical condition.
We told you earlier this week that that legendary radio personality Casey Kasem was missing. The ailing icon has now apparently been found. I've always admired Casey Kasem and recall running his original "American Top 40" show on the air in the early days of my radio career. Here are the details.
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