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Artist Countdown: Peter Gabriel Top 30 6p ET @itspetergabriel

Peter GabrielPeter Brian Gabriel (born 13 February 1950) is an English singer-songwriter, musician, and humanitarian activist who rose to fame as the lead vocalist and flautist of the progressive rock band Genesis.

After leaving Genesis, Gabriel went on to a successful solo career. His 1986 album, So, is his most commercially successful, and the album’s biggest hit, “Sledgehammer”, won a record nine MTV Awards at the 1987 MTV Video Music Awards. The song is the most played music video in the history of the station.

More recently, Gabriel has focused on producing and promoting world music and pioneering digital distribution methods for music as well as his involvement in humanitarian efforts. Gabriel has won numerous music awards throughout his career, including three Brit Awards—winning Best British Male in 1987, six Grammy Awards, thirteen MTV Video Music Awards, the first Pioneer Award at the BT Digital Music Awards, and in 2007 he was honoured as a BMI Icon at the 57th annual BMI London Awards for his “influence on generations of music makers”. In recognition of his many years of human rights activism, he received the Man of Peace award from the Nobel Peace Prize Laureates in 2006, and in 2008, TIME magazine named Gabriel one of the 100 most influential people in the world. Gabriel was also awarded the Ivor Novello Award for Lifetime Achievement in 2007, and the Polar Music Prize in 2009. He was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame as a member of Genesis in 2010 and he is to be inducted as a solo artist in 2014.  (Source: Wikipedia)

1 Sledgehammer 
2 Big Time
3 Steam 
4 Digging in the Dirt
5 Don’t Give Up (with Kate Bush)
6 Games Without Frontiers
7 Shock the Monkey
8 In Your Eyes 
9 Solsbury Hill
10 Red Rain
11 Kiss That Frog 
12 Biko
13 Lovetown 
14 The Barry Williams Show
15 More Than This
16 Shakin’ the Tree (with Youssou N’Dour)
17 Blood of Eden (with ‘Sinéad O’Connor)
18 Secret World
19 Burn You Up, Burn You Down
20 That Voice Again
21 While the Earth Sleeps (with Deep Forest)
22 No Self-Control
23 Kiss of Life
24 Down to Earth (with The Soweto Gospel Choir)
25 I Have the Touch
26 Growing Up
27 Darkness
28 The Book of Love
29 I Don’t Remember
30 Modern Love

Great Soul Performances with Bobby Jay 7p ET #gsp @RadioMax

GspRadio2On this first day of February 2014, on the eve of the Superbowl, all is well with the world. This evening on “Great Soul Performances” we’ll lay on you, Gloria Estefan, Jodeci, the Ravens, Nat “King” Cole, Enchantment, Baby Washington, Bunny Sigler, the O’Jays, Stephanie Mills, the Temptations, the Masqueraders plus Willie Nelson and Wynton Marsallis “live in concert” and a whole lot more. Check us out at 7PM ET, 6PM CT, 5PM MT & 4PM PT ( following an encore performance of “Great Soul Performances 2: the 80’s). It should prove to be a very interesting show. As far as “Superbowl XLVIII,” may the best team win. I’ll see ya later ‘gator on RadioMaxMusic.com.

Ron Kovacs Live on RadioMaxMusic 7p ET @RadioMax

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Artist Countdown: KC & The Sunshine Band Top 30 Hits 6p ET @RadioMax

KC & Sunshine BandKC and the Sunshine Band is an American musical group. Founded in 1973 in Miami, Florida, their style has included funk, R&B, and disco. Their most well known songs include the disco hits “That’s the Way (I Like It)”, “(Shake, Shake, Shake) Shake Your Booty”, “I’m Your Boogie Man”, “Keep It Comin’ Love”, “Get Down Tonight”, “Give It Up”, and “Please Don’t Go”. They took their name from lead vocalist Harry Wayne Casey’s last name (“KC”) and the “Sunshine Band” from KC’s home state of Florida (‘The Sunshine State’).  Source: Wikipedia

1 That’s the Way (I Like It)
2 Please Don’t Go
3 (Shake, Shake, Shake) Shake Your Booty
4 Give It Up
5 Keep It Comin’ Love
6 Get Down Tonight
7 Yes, I’m Ready (with Teri DeSario)
8 I’m Your Boogie Man
9 Queen of Clubs
10 Boogie Shoes
11 It’s the Same Old Song
12 I Like to Do It
13 Wrap Your Arms Around Me
14 Do You Wanna Go Party
15 Sound Your Funky Horn
16 Shotgun Shuffle
17 Rock Your Baby
18 Black Water Gold
19 Don’t Run (Come Back to Me) (with Teri DeSario)
20 Do You Feel All Right
21 Come to My Island
22 I Betcha Didn’t Know That
23 Blow Your Whistle
24 Let’s Go Rock and Roll
25 I Will Love You Tomorrow
26 I’m So Crazy (‘Bout You)
27 2 Live Party (with 2 Live Crew and Freak Nasty)
28 Who Do Ya Love
29 Something’s Happening
30 I’m a Pushover

Vinyl Resting Place with Willie B Featuring Bubble Gum Music! 10p ET #vrp

Bubble Gum MusicJohn Willie B with another edition of the Vinyl Resting Place featuring a lot of Bubble Gum Music.

In Memoriam: Pete Seeger (1919 – 2014)

Peter SeegerPeter “Pete” Seeger (May 3, 1919 – January 27, 2014) was an American folk singer. A fixture on nationwide radio in the 1940s, he also had a string of hit records during the early 1950s as a member of The Weavers, most notably their recording of Lead Belly’s “Goodnight, Irene”, which topped the charts for 13 weeks in 1950.[1] Members of The Weavers were blacklisted during the McCarthy Era. In the 1960s, he re-emerged on the public scene as a prominent singer of protest music in support of international disarmament, civil rights, counterculture and environmental causes.

As a song writer, he was the author or co-author of “Where Have All the Flowers Gone?” (with Joe Hickerson), “If I Had a Hammer (The Hammer Song)” (composed with Lee Hays of The Weavers), and “Turn, Turn, Turn!”, which have been recorded by many artists both in and outside the folk revival movement and are still sung throughout the world. “Flowers” was a hit recording for The Kingston Trio (1962); Marlene Dietrich, who recorded it in English, German and French (1962); and Johnny Rivers (1965). “If I Had a Hammer” was a hit for Peter, Paul & Mary (1962) and Trini Lopez (1963), while The Byrds popularized “Turn, Turn, Turn!” in the mid-1960s, as did Judy Collins in 1964 and The Seekers in 1966.

Seeger was one of the folksingers most responsible for popularizing the spiritual “We Shall Overcome” (also recorded by Joan Baez and many other singer-activists) that became the acknowledged anthem of the 1960s American Civil Rights Movement, soon after folk singer and activist Guy Carawan introduced it at the founding meeting of the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC) in 1960. In the PBS American Masters episode “Pete Seeger: The Power of Song”, Seeger stated it was he who changed the lyric from the traditional “We will overcome” to the more singable “We shall overcome”.

Source: Wikipedia

http://www.allmusic.com/artist/pete-seeger-mn0000266160/biography

Pete Seeger, folk singer and activist, has died at 94

Seeger’s output included dozens of albums and single records for adults and children.

He appeared in the movies “To Hear My Banjo Play” in 1946 and “Tell Me That You Love Me, Junie Moon” in 1970. A reunion concert of the original Weavers in 1980 was filmed as a documentary titled “Wasn’t That a Time.”

By the 1990s, no longer a party member but still styling himself a communist with a small C, Seeger was heaped with national honors.

Official Washington sang along — the audience must sing was the rule at a Seeger concert — when it lionized him at the Kennedy Center in 1994. President Bill Clinton hailed him as “an inconvenient artist who dared to sing things as he saw them.”

Seeger was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1996 as an early influence. Ten years later, Bruce Springsteen honored him with “We Shall Overcome: The Seeger Sessions,” a rollicking reinterpretation of songs sung by Seeger. While pleased with the album, Seeger said he wished it was “more serious.” A 2009 concert at Madison Square Garden to mark Seeger’s 90th birthday featured Springsteen, Dave Matthews, Eddie Vedder and Emmylou Harris among the performers.

Seeger was a 2014 Grammy Awards nominee in the Best Spoken Word category, which Stephen Colbert won.

Seeger’s sometimes ambivalent relationship with rock was most famously on display when Dylan “went electric” at the 1965 Newport Folk Festival.

Witnesses say Seeger became furious backstage as the amped-up band played, though just how furious is debated. Seeger dismissed the legendary tale that he looked for an ax to cut Dylan’s sound cable, and said his objection was not to the type of music but only that the guitar mix was so loud you couldn’t hear Dylan’s words.

Seeger maintained his reedy 6-foot-2 frame into old age, though he wore a hearing aid and conceded that his voice was pretty much shot. He relied on his audiences to make up for his diminished voice, feeding his listeners the lines and letting them sing out.

“I can’t sing much,” he said. “I used to sing high and low. Now I have a growl somewhere in between.”

Nonetheless, in 1997 he won a Grammy for best traditional folk album, “Pete.”

Seeger was born in New York City on May 3, 1919, into an artistic family whose roots traced to religious dissenters of colonial America. His mother, Constance, played violin and taught; his father, Charles, a musicologist, was a consultant to the Resettlement Administration, which gave artists work during the Depression. His uncle Alan Seeger, the poet, wrote “I Have a Rendezvous With Death.”

Pete Seeger said he fell in love with folk music when he was 16, at a music festival in North Carolina in 1935. His half-brother, Mike Seeger, and half-sister, Peggy Seeger, also became noted performers.

He learned the five-string banjo, an instrument he rescued from obscurity and played the rest of his life in a long-necked version of his own design. On the skin of Seeger’s banjo was the phrase, “This machine surrounds hate and forces it to surrender” — a nod to his old pal Guthrie, who emblazoned his guitar with “This machine kills fascists.”

Dropping out of Harvard in 1938 after two years as a disillusioned sociology major, he hit the road, picking up folk tunes as he hitchhiked or hopped freights.

“The sociology professor said, ‘Don’t think that you can change the world. The only thing you can do is study it,’” Seeger said in October 2011.

In 1940, with Guthrie and others, he was part of the Almanac Singers and performed benefits for disaster relief and other causes.

He and Guthrie also toured migrant camps and union halls. He sang on overseas radio broadcasts for the Office of War Information early in World War II. In the Army, he spent 3½ years in Special Services, entertaining soldiers in the South Pacific, and made corporal.

He married Toshi Seeger on July 20, 1943. The couple built their cabin in Beacon after World War II and stayed on the high spot of land by the Hudson River for the rest of their lives together. The couple raised three children. Toshi Seeger died in July at age 91.

The Hudson River was a particular concern of Seeger’s. He took the sloop Clearwater, built by volunteers in 1969, up and down the Hudson, singing to raise money to clean the water and fight polluters.

He also offered his voice in opposition to racism and the death penalty. He got himself jailed for five days for blocking traffic in Albany in 1988 in support of Tawana Brawley, a black teenager whose claim of having been raped by white men was later discredited. He continued to take part in peace protests during the war in Iraq, and he continued to lend his name to causes.

“Can’t prove a damn thing, but I look upon myself as old grandpa,” Seeger told the AP in 2008 when asked to reflect on his legacy. “There’s not dozens of people now doing what I try to do, not hundreds, but literally thousands. … The idea of using music to try to get the world together is now all over the place.”

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Great Soul Performances with Bobby Jay 10p ET #gsp80s

bobbyjayAs cold and as snowy as it is in the northeast, I want you to join me this evening at 10PM ET for “Great Soul Performances 2, The 80’s” where you’ll hear: Shalamar, Dennis Edwards, the Four Tops, Patti LaBelle, the Whispers, Gary “U.S.” Bonds, the Jones Girls, Larry Graham, Diana Ross, the Dells and many others. It’s fun for one and all. It you miss it, the encore performances are on Friday at 12 Noon, Saturday at 5PM and Sunday at 7PM, all times eastern.  I’ll be looking for you of course at RadioMaxMusic.com. –Bobby Jay

RadioMax Top 70 Chart – December 22, 2013

1 11 A GREAT BIG WORLD & CHRISTINA AGUILERA – Say Something 6 1
2 5 LORDE – Team 12 2
3 3 BASTILLE – Pompeii 18 3
4 60 AVICCI – Hey Brother 2 4
5 1 PASSENGER – Let Her Go 20 1
6 4 ONEREPUBLIC – Counting Stars 26 1
7 6 ELLIE GOULDING – Burn 11 6
8 8 LADY GAGA Featuring R. KELLY – Do What U Want 9 4
9 14 ONE DIRECTION – Story Of My Life 7 5
10 2 EMINEM & RIHANNA – The Monster 4 2
11 10 NEIGHBOURHOOD – Sweater Weather 25 8
12 7 PITBUL & KE$HA – Timber 10 3
13 9 KATY PERRY – Unconditional 10 2
14 13 AMERICAN AUTHORS – Best Day Of My Life 4 13
15 19 BRITNEY SPEARS – Perfume 7 15
16 12 AVICCI – Wake Me Up 25 1
17 16 KATY PERRY – Dark Horse 4 16
18 38 COLBIE CAILLAT – Hold On 5 18
19 62 BRUNO MARS – Young Girls 2 19
20 17 JASON ALDEAN – When She Says Baby 3 17
21 20 JOHN NEWMAN – Love Me Again 7 8
22 23 LUKE BRYAN – Drink A Beer 7 12
23 26 LADY ANTEBELLUM – Compass 10 6
24 15 FLORIDA GEORGIA LINE – Stay 9 11
25 46 SARA BAREILLES – Brave 36 8
26 24 ZAC BROWN BAND – Sweet Annie 17 12
27 18 FRAY – Love Don’t Die 9 15
28 34 LORDE – Royals 17 1
29 35 DARIUS RUCKER – Radio 23 13
30 42 JOHN LEGEND – All Of Me 5 30
31 25 MACKLEMORE & RYAN LEWIS – White Walls 14 17
32 33 LITTLE BIG TOWN – Sober 10 32
33 51 LADY GAGA – Applause 19 5
34 47 BAND PERRY – Don’t Let Me Be Lonely 17 15
35 48 KATY PERRY – Roar 20 2
36 22 ERIC CHURCH – The Outsiders 8 22
37 27 KINGS OF LEON – Temple 10 27
38 30 ELI YOUNG BAND – Drunk Last Night 12 18
39 36 JASON DERULO – Marry Me 16 7
40 40 DEMI LOVATO – Neon Lights 4 40
41 52 DAN + SHAY – 19 You + Me 9 39
42 21 PEARL JAM – Sirens 10 8
43 28 PARMALEE – Carolina 4 25
44 61 U2 – Ordinary Love 2 44
45 31 MILEY CYRUS – Wrecking Ball 16 2
46 39 CHRISTINA PERRI – Human 5 39
47 43 IMAGINE DRAGONS – On Top Of The World 3 43
48 44 BILLY CURRINGTON – We Are Tonight 3 44
49 32 ZENDAYA – Replay 9 28
50 67 LEE DeWYZE – Fight 2 50
51 54 DAUGHTRY – Waiting For Superman 12 38
52 29 BRUCE SPRINGSTEEN – High Hopes 4 17
53 45 KEITH URBAN & MIRANDA LAMBERT – We Were Us 14 6
54 53 FALL OUT BOY – Alone Together 3 53
55 37 VOLBEAT – Lola Montez 7 37
56 63 ONE DIRECTION – Through The Dark 2 56
57 57 BOSTON – Heaven On Earth 3 57
58 58 MILEY CYRUS – Adore You 3 58
59 65 ROSANNE CASH – Modern Blue 2 59
60 66 ZAC BROWN BAND – Day For The Dead 2 60
61 68 KARMIN – I Want It All 2 61
62 69 BILLIE JOE & NORAH – Long Time Gone 2 62
63 41 THE 1975 – Chocolate 7 41
64 N BEYONCE – X O 1 64
65 N BRAD PAISLEY – The Mona Lisa 1 65
66 N IDINA MENZEL – Let It Go 1 66
67 N DEMI LOVATO – Let It Go 1 67
68 N JASON DERULO – Trumpets 1 68
69 N BASTILLE – Bad Blood 1 69
70 N GARTH BROOKS & TRISH YEARWOOD – The Call 1 70
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RadioMax Top 70 Chart – December 15, 2013

1 1 PASSENGER – Let Her Go 19 1
2 5 EMINEM & RIHANNA – The Monster 3 2
3 7 BASTILLE – Pompeii 17 3
4 2 ONEREPUBLIC – Counting Stars 25 1
5 4 LORDE – Team 11 4
6 19 ELLIE GOULDING – Burn 10 6
7 3 PITBUL & KE$HA – Timber 9 3
8 6 LADY GAGA Featuring R. KELLY – Do What U Want 8 4
9 10 KATY PERRY – Unconditional 9 2
10 14 NEIGHBOURHOOD – Sweater Weather 24 8
11 16 A GREAT BIG WORLD & CHRISTINA AGUILERA – Say Something 5 11
12 9 AVICCI – Wake Me Up 24 1
13 20 AMERICAN AUTHORS – Best Day Of My Life 3 13
14 8 ONE DIRECTION – Story Of My Life 6 5
15 26 FLORIDA GEORGIA LINE – Stay 8 11
16 29 KATY PERRY – Dark Horse 3 16
17 63 JASON ALDEAN – When She Says Baby 2 17
18 15 FRAY – Love Don’t Die 8 15
19 34 BRITNEY SPEARS – Perfume 6 19
20 18 JOHN NEWMAN – Love Me Again 6 8
21 39 PEARL JAM – Sirens 9 8
22 41 ERIC CHURCH – The Outsiders 7 22
23 12 LUKE BRYAN – Drink A Beer 6 12
24 23 ZAC BROWN BAND – Sweet Annie 16 12
25 24 MACKLEMORE & RYAN LEWIS – White Walls 13 17
26 31 LADY ANTEBELLUM – Compass 9 6
27 37 KINGS OF LEON – Temple 9 27
28 25 PARMALEE – Carolina 3 25
29 17 BRUCE SPRINGSTEEN – High Hopes 3 17
30 32 ELI YOUNG BAND – Drunk Last Night 11 18
31 13 MILEY CYRUS – Wrecking Ball 15 2
32 28 ZENDAYA – Replay 8 28
33 44 LITTLE BIG TOWN – Sober 9 33
34 22 LORDE – Royals 16 1
35 43 DARIUS RUCKER – Radio 22 13
36 27 JASON DERULO – Marry Me 15 7
37 38 VOLBEAT – Lola Montez 6 37
38 46 COLBIE CAILLAT – Hold On 4 38
39 47 CHRISTINA PERRI – Human 4 39
40 49 DEMI LOVATO – Neon Lights 3 40
41 51 THE 1975 – Chocolate 6 41
42 59 JOHN LEGEND – All Of Me 4 42
43 65 IMAGINE DRAGONS – On Top Of The World 2 43
44 66 BILLY CURRINGTON – We Are Tonight 2 44
45 50 KEITH URBAN & MIRANDA LAMBERT – We Were Us 13 6
46 11 SARA BAREILLES – Brave 35 8
47 36 BAND PERRY – Don’t Let Me Be Lonely 16 15
48 40 KATY PERRY – Roar 19 2
49 35 TAYLOR SWIFT – Red 24 27
50 45 ROBIN THICKE – Feel Good 4 43
51 52 LADY GAGA – Applause 18 5
52 55 DAN + SHAY – 19 You + Me 8 39
53 64 FALL OUT BOY – Alone Together 2 53
54 61 DAUGHTRY – Waiting For Superman 11 38
55 54 BLAKE SHELTON – Mine Would Be You 19 14
56 60 FLO RIDA – How I Feel 5 56
57 68 BOSTON – Heaven On Earth 2 57
58 70 MILEY CYRUS – Adore You 2 58
59 62 SEETHER – Weak 3 59
60 N AVICCI – Hey Brother 1 60
61 N U2 – Ordinary Love 1 61
62 N BRUNO MARS – Young Girls 1 62
63 N ONE DIRECTION – Through The Dark 1 63
64 N WANTED – Word Of Mouth 1 64
65 N ROSANNE CASH – Modern Blue 1 65
66 N ZAC BROWN BAND – Day For The Dead 1 66
67 N LEE DeWYZE – Fight 1 67
68 N KARMIN – I Want It All 1 68
69 N BILLIE JOE & NORAH – Long Time Gone 1 69
70 42 ENRIQUE IGLESIAS – Heart Attack 11 31
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RadioMax Top 70 Chart – December 8, 2013

1 1 PASSENGER – Let Her Go 18 1
2 2 ONEREPUBLIC – Counting Stars 24 1
3 3 PITBUL & KE$HA – Timber 8 3
4 6 LORDE – Team 10 4
5 62 EMINEM & RIHANNA – The Monster 2 5
6 12 LADY GAGA Featuring R. KELLY – Do What U Want 7 4
7 9 BASTILLE – Pompeii 16 7
8 5 ONE DIRECTION – Story Of My Life 5 5
9 16 AVICCI – Wake Me Up 23 1
10 7 KATY PERRY – Unconditional 8 2
11 22 SARA BAREILLES – Brave 34 8
12 19 LUKE BRYAN – Drink A Beer 5 12
13 4 MILEY CYRUS – Wrecking Ball 14 2
14 14 NEIGHBOURHOOD – Sweater Weather 23 8
15 18 FRAY – Love Don’t Lie 7 15
16 20 A GREAT BIG WORLD & CHRISTINA AGUILERA – Say Something 4 16
17 63 BRUCE SPRINGSTEEN – High Hopes 2 17
18 8 JOHN NEWMAN – Love Me Again 5 8
19 10 ELLIE GOULDING – Burn 9 10
20 64 AMERICAN AUTHORS – Best Day Of My Life 2 20
21 30 SELENA GOMEZ – Slow Down 15 8
22 13 LORDE – Royals 15 1
23 24 ZAC BROWN BAND – Sweet Annie 15 12
24 28 MACKLEMORE & RYAN LEWIS – White Walls 12 17
25 67 PARMALEE – Carolina 2 25
26 17 FLORIDA GEORGIA LINE – Stay 7 11
27 23 JASON DERULO – Marry Me 14 7
28 51 ZENDAYA – Replay 7 28
29 65 KATY PERRY – Dark Horse 2 29
30 66 ERIC PASLAY – Friday Night 2 30
31 21 LADY ANTEBELLUM – Compass 8 6
32 29 ELI YOUNG BAND – Drunk Last Night 10 18
33 37 AVRIL LAVIGNE & CHAD KROEGER – Let Me Go 8 10
34 50 BRITNEY SPEARS – Perfume 5 33
35 53 TAYLOR SWIFT – Red 23 27
36 27 BAND PERRY – Don’t Let Me Be Lonely 15 15
37 33 KINGS OF LEON – Temple 8 28
38 40 VOLBEAT – Lola Montez 5 38
39 11 PEARL JAM – Sirens 8 8
40 36 KATY PERRY – Roar 18 2
41 34 ERIC CHURCH – The Outsiders 6 32
42 52 ENRIQUE IGLESIAS – Heart Attack 10 31
43 26 DARIUS RUCKER – Radio 21 13
44 41 LITTLE BIG TOWN – Sober 8 41
45 43 ROBIN THICKE – Feel Good 3 43
46 44 COLBIE CAILLAT – Hold On 3 44
47 45 CHRISTINA PERRI – Human 3 45
48 58 PAUL McCARTNEY – Queenie Eye 8 43
49 68 DEMI LOVATO – Neon Lights 2 49
50 15 KEITH URBAN & MIRANDA LAMBERT – We Were Us 12 6
51 42 THE 1975 – Chocolate 5 42
52 48 LADY GAGA – Applause 17 5
53 31 BRUNO MARS – Gorilla 14 5
54 32 BLAKE SHELTON – Mine Would Be You 18 14
55 39 DAN + SHAY – 19 You + Me 7 39
56 46 TRAVIE MCCOY & JASON MRAZ – Rough Water 10 17
57 49 JACK JOHNSON – Radiate 9 45
58 54 BROTHERS OSBORNE – Let’s G There 5 50
59 55 JOHN LEGEND – All Of Me 3 55
60 60 FLO RIDA – How I Feel 4 60
61 38 DAUGHTRY – Waiting For Superman 10 38
62 69 SEETHER – Weak 2 62
63 N JASON ALDEAN – When She Says Baby 1 63
64 N FALL OUT BOY – Alone Together 1 64
65 N IMAGINE DRAGONS – On Top Of The World 1 65
66 N BILLY CURRINGTON – WE Are Tonight 1 66
67 N SARA BAREILLES – Goodbye Yellow Brick Road 1 67
68 N BOSTON – Heaven On Earth 1 68
69 N HEART – All Through The Night 1 69
70 N MILEY CYRUS – Adore You 1 70
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Artist Countdown: Britney Spears Top 40 Hits 1pm ET @britneyspears

BSpearsBritney Jean Spears (born December 2, 1981) is an American singer, songwriter, dancer, actress, former television music competition judge, and occasional author. Born in McComb, Mississippi, and raised in Kentwood, Louisiana, she performed acting roles in stage productions and television shows as a child before signing with Jive Records in 1997. Spears’s first and second studio albums, …Baby One More Time (1999) and Oops!… I Did It Again (2000), became international successes, with the former becoming the best-selling album by a teenage solo artist. Title tracks “…Baby One More Time” and “Oops!… I Did It Again” broke international sales records. In 2001, Spears released her third album, Britney, and played the starring role in the film Crossroads. She assumed creative control of her fourth album, In the Zone (2003), which yielded the worldwide success “Toxic”.

In 2007, Spears’s much-publicized personal struggles sent her career into hiatus. Her fifth record, Blackout, was released later that year, and spawned hits “Gimme More” and “Piece of Me”. Her erratic behavior and hospitalizations continued through the following year, at which point she was placed under a still on-going conservatorship. Spears’s sixth album, Circus (2008), included global chart-topping lead single “Womanizer”. Its supporting tour The Circus Starring Britney Spears was the highest-grossing global concert tour in 2009. Later that October, “3” became Spears’s third single to reach number one on the Billboard Hot 100. Her seventh album, Femme Fatale (2011), became her first to yield three top-ten singles in the United States: “Hold It Against Me”, “Till the World Ends” and “I Wanna Go”. In 2012, Spears was featured on will.i.am’s single “Scream & Shout”, which topped charts in over 24 countries. She also served as a judge during the second season of the American version of The X Factor. Spears’s eighth studio album Britney Jean is scheduled to be released in December 2013, at which time she will also begin the two-year residency show Britney: Piece of Me at the Planet Hollywood Resort and Casino in Las Vegas.

Spears was established as a pop icon and credited with influencing the revival of teen pop during the late 1990s. She became the ‘best-selling teenaged artist of all time’ before she turned 20, and garnered honorific titles including the “Princess of Pop”. Her work has earned her numerous awards and accolades, including a Grammy Award, six MTV Video Music Awards including the Lifetime Achievement Award, nine Billboard Music Awards, and a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. In 2009, Billboard ranked her as the 8th overall Artist of the Decade, and also recognized her as the best-selling female artist of the first decade of the 21st century, as well as the fifth overall. The Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) named Spears as the eighth top-selling female artist in the United States, with 34 million certified albums. Nielsen SoundScan ranked her the tenth best-selling digital artist of the country, with more than 28.6 million digital singles as of January 2012. She has sold over 100 million albums worldwide, making her one of the best-selling music artists of all time. Rolling Stone recognized her instant success as one of the Top 25 Teen Idol Breakout Moments of all time, while VH1 ranked her eleventh on their “100 Greatest Women in Music” list in 2012, and Billboard named her the sexiest woman in music.[13] Forbes reported that Spears was the highest paid female musician of 2012, with earnings of $58 million, having last topped the list in 2002.  (Source: Wikipedia)

1 …Baby One More Time
2 Scream & Shout (will.i.am featuring Britney Spears)
3 S&M  (Rihanna featuring Britney Spears)
4 Oops!… I Did It Again
5 Toxic
6 Womanizer
7 Gimme More
8 (You Drive Me) Crazy
9 Lucky
10 Sometimes
11 3
12 Me Against the Music (featuring Madonna)
13 Hold It Against Me
14 I’m a Slave 4 U
15 Stronger
16 Till the World Ends
17 Work Bitch
18 Everytime
19 Piece of Me
20 Circus
21 I Wanna Go
22 Boys (The Co-Ed Remix) (featuring Pharrell Williams)
23 If U Seek Amy
24 Break the Ice
25 My Prerogative
26 I’m Not a Girl, Not Yet a Woman
27 Do Somethin’
28 I Love Rock ‘n’ Roll
29 Don’t Let Me Be the Last to Know
30 Overprotected
31 Radar
32 Born to Make You Happy
33 Perfume
34 Criminal
35 From the Bottom of My Broken Heart
36 Ooh La La
37 Someday (I Will Understand)
38 Shattered Glass
39 Out from Under
40 Anticipating

Great Soul Performances with Bobby Jay (Motown Remakes) 7pm ET #gsp

motownI hope everyone had a great Thanksgiving Day Thursday, and now back to the music. This evening on “Great Soul Performances” we will once again present “Motown Remakes.” It’s always fun hearing the Motown catalog reinterpreted by the Motown acts themselves and by others. Also great to hear Pop and R&B songs remade by Motown artists. So join me at 7PM ET, 6PM CT, 5PM MT & 4PM PT for “Motown Remakes.” Next week we salute the fantastic “Blue-Eyed Soul” artists. All for you on RadioMaxMusic.com.

RadioMax Top 70 Chart – November 24, 2013

1 1 ONEREPUBLIC – Counting Stars 22 1
2 2 KATY PERRY – Unconditional 6 2
3 5 PASSENGER – Let Her Go 16 3
4 10 LADY GAGA Featuring R. KELLY – Do What U Want 5 4
5 7 PITBUL & KE$HA – Timber 6 5
6 3 AVICCI – Wake Me Up 21 1
7 4 MILEY CYRUS – Wrecking Ball 12 2
8 12 PEARL JAM – Sirens 6 8
9 9 LORDE – Royals 13 1
10 35 JOHN NEWMAN – Love Me Again 3 10
11 26 JASON DERULO – Marry Me 12 7
12 19 BASTILLE – Pompeii 14 9
13 22 ONE DIRECTION – Story Of My Life 3 13
14 11 FLORIDA GEORGIA LINE – Stay 5 11
15 16 ELLIE GOULDING – Burn 7 15
16 28 NEIGHBOURHOOD – Sweater Weather 21 8
17 30 FRAY – Love Don’t Lie 5 17
18 6 LADY ANTEBELLUM – Compass 6 6
19 13 DARIUS RUCKER – Radio 19 13
20 27 SELENA GOMEZ – Slow Down 13 8
21 38 PARAMORE – Still Into You 16 4
22 18 SARA BAREILLES – Brave 32 8
23 15 BAND PERRY – Don’t Let Me Be Lonely 13 15
24 8 KATY PERRY – Roar 16 2
25 21 MACKLEMORE & RYAN LEWIS – White Walls 10 17
26 24 KEITH URBAN & MIRANDA LAMBERT – We Were Us 10 6
27 36 ZAC BROWN BAND – Sweet Annie 13 12
28 53 KINGS OF LEON – Temple 6 28
29 23 LADY GAGA – Applause 15 5
30 37 ELI YOUNG BAND – Drunk Last Night 8 18
31 14 LUKE BRYAN – Drink A Beer 3 14
32 29 ZENDAYA – Replay 5 29
33 31 ENRIQUE IGLESIAS – Heart Attack 8 31
34 59 IMAGINE DRAGONS – Radioactive 53 1
35 20 AVRIL LAVIGNE & CHAD KROEGER – Let Me Go 6 10
36 34 RIHANNA – What Now 10 18
37 41 LORDE – Team 8 33
38 58 TRAVIE MCCOY & JASON MRAZ – Rough Water 8 17
39 39 TAYLOR SWIFT – Red 21 27
40 40 TAYLOR SWIFT  – Everything Has Changed 18 2
41 44 DAUGHTRY – Waiting For Superman 8 41
42 63 A GREAT BIG WORLD & CHRISTINA AGUILERA – Say Something 2 42
43 49 PAUL McCARTNEY – Queenie Eye 6 43
44 32 ERIC CHURCH – The Outsiders 4 32
45 33 BRITNEY SPEARS – Perfume 3 33
46 43 DAN + SHAY – 19 You + Me 5 43
47 45 JACK JOHNSON – Radiate 7 45
48 46 VOLBEAT – Lola Montez 3 46
49 48 BRUNO MARS – Gorilla 12 5
50 57 BROTHERS OSBORNE – Let’s G There 3 50
51 25 CAPITAL CITIES – Safe And Sound 26 1
53 54 LITTLE BIG TOWN – Sober 6 43
53 51 JOHN MAYER & KATY PERRY – Who You Love 8 32
54 52 LANA DEL RAY – Summertime Sadness 20 5
55 17 BLAKE SHELTON – Mine Would Be You 16 14
56 47 MIDNIGHT RED – Take Me Home 3 47
57 64 LADY GAGA – Dope 2 57
58 62 CHER – I Hope You Find It 4 48
59 60 THE 1975 – Chocolate 3 59
60 65 AVENGED SEVENFOLD – Shepherd Of Fire 2 60
61 68 FLO RIDA – How I Feel 2 61
62 69 TOBY KEITH – Shut Up And Hold On 2 69
63 N BON JOVI – Living On A Prayer 1 63
64 N JOHN LEGEND – All Of Me 1 64
65 N ROBIN THICKE – Feel Good 1 65
66 N COLBIE CAILLAT – Hold On 1 66
67 N CHRISTINA PERRI – Human 1 67
68 N LILY ALLEN – Hard Out Here 1 68
69 N HEART – All Through The Night 1 69
70 N FALL OUT BOY – Alone Together 1 70
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Artist Countdown: Lulu Top 30 Hits 1pm ET @RadioMax

LuluLulu Kennedy-Cairns, OBE (born Marie McDonald McLaughlin Lawrie, 3 November 1948, Lennoxtown, East Dunbartonshire), best known by her stage name Lulu, is a Scottish singer, actress, and television personality who has been successful in the entertainment business from the 1960s through to the present day. She is internationally identified, especially by North American audiences, with the song “To Sir With Love” from the film of the same name and with the title song to the James Bond film The Man with the Golden Gun. In European countries she is also widely known for her Eurovision Song Contest winning entry “Boom Bang-a-Bang” and in the UK for her first hit “Shout”.

1 Boom Bang-a-Bang  
2 The Man Who Sold The World (with David Bowie
3 Relight My Fire (Take That featuring Lulu)
4 We’ve Got Tonight  (Ronan Keating featuring Lulu)
5 Me, The Peaceful Heart  
6 The Boat That I Row  
7 Oh Me Oh My (I’m a Fool for You Baby)  
8 To Sir, with Love  
9 I’m A Tiger  
10 I Could Never Miss You (More Than I Do)  
11 Boy  
12 Take Your Mama For A Ride  
13 Independence  
14 Morning Dew  
15 If I Were You  
16 Shout   (Lulu and The Luvvers)
17 Love Loves to Love Love  
18 Hum A Song (From Your Heart) (with The Dixie Flyers)
19 Leave a Little Love  
20 Let’s Pretend  
21 Baby, I Need Your Loving  
22 Try to Understand  
23 I’m Back For More (with Bobby Womack)
24 The Best Of Both Worlds  
25 Here Comes the Night  
26 After The Feeling Is Gone (with The Dixie Flyers)
27 Heaven Must Have Sent You  
28 Roll The Dice  
29 Put A Little Love In Your Heart  
30 Sail On Sailor (with Sting)

RadioMax Top 70 Chart – November 3, 2013

1 2 AVICCI – Wake Me Up 18 1
2 3 ONEREPUBLIC – Counting Stars 19 2
3 1 LORDE – Royals 10 1
4 7 MILEY CYRUS – Wrecking Ball 9 2
5 4 PASSENGER – Let Her Go 13 4
6 6 KATY PERRY – Unconditional 3 6
7 18 LADY GAGA – Applause 12 5
8 33 PEARL JAM – Sirens 3 8
9 5 KATY PERRY – Roar 13 2
10 9 JASON DERULO – Marry Me 9 9
11 14 SELENA GOMEZ – Slow Down 10 11
12 17 BASTILLE – Pompeii 11 12
13 11 PITBUL & KE$HA – Timber 3 11
14 12 ZAC BROWN BAND – Sweet Annie 10 12
15 13 BRUNO MARS – Gorilla 9 5
16 19 BAND PERRY  -Don’t Let Me Be Lonely 10 16
17 22 MACKLEMORE & RYAN LEWIS – White Walls 7 17
18 65 FLORIDA GEORGIA LINE – Stay 2 18
19 66 LADY GAGA Featuring R. KELLY – Do What U Want 2 19
20 29 TRAVIE MCCOY & JASON MRAZ – Rough Water 5 20
21 8 SARA BAREILLES – Brave 29 8
22 30 TIM MCGRAW – Southern Girl 16 22
23 16 BLAKE SHELTON – Mine Would Be You 13 15
24 23 RIHANNA – What Now 7 23
25 25 PARAMORE – Still Into You 13 4
26 28 ELI YOUNG BAND – Drunk Last Night 5 18
27 40 TAYLOR SWIFT  – Everything Has Changed 15 2
28 26 KEITH URBAN & MIRANDA LAMBERT – We Were Us 7 6
29 10 AVRIL LAVIGNE & CHAD KROEGER – Let Me Go 3 10
30 15 DARIUS RUCKER – Radio 16 15
31 21 CHRIS YOUNG – Aw Naw 6 21
32 32 ELLIE GOULDING – Burn 4 32
33 34 LADY ANTEBELLUM – Compass 3 33
34 51 KINGS OF LEON – Temple 3 34
35 20 NEIGHBOURHOOD – Sweater Weather 18 8
36 39 IMAGINE DRAGONS – Radioactive 50 1
37 37 BRITNEY SPEARS – Work Bitch 7 8
38 46 LEE BRICE – Parking Lot Party 18 21
39 35 LUKE BRYAN – That’s My Kind Of Night 11 19
40 70 ZENDAYA – Replay 2 40
41 24 LANA DEL RAY – Summertime Sadness 17 5
42 27 CAPITAL CITIES – Safe And Sound 23 1
43 41 JAMES BLUNT – Bonfire Heart 4 41
44 44 JENNIFER NETTLES – That Girl 9 44
45 45 STEVE COHEN – Amanda 4 45
46 49 ENRIQUE IGLESIAS – Heart Attack 5 49
47 50 LITTLE BIG TOWN – Sober 3 47
48 55 PAUL McCARTNEY – Queenie Eye 3 48
49 67 FRAY – Love Don’t Lie 2 49
50 68 DAN + SHAY – 19 You + Me 2 50
51 36 JOHN MAYER & KATY PERRY – Who You Love 5 32
52 42 LORDE – Team 5 33
53 62 TAYLOR SWIFT – Red 18 27
54 31 P!NK Featuring LILY ALLEN – True Love 20 2
55 38 ROBIN THICKE – Give It 2 U 13 14
56 43 DAUGHTRY – Waiting For Superman 6 42
57 57 GAVIN DEGRAW – Best I Ever Had 19 15
58 54 COLDPLAY – Atlas 8 22
59 59 SEETHER – Seether 8 41
60 58 ROBIN THICKE – Blurred Lines 24 1
61 63 BRUNO MARS – Treasure 27 4
62 47 BILLY CURRINGTON – Hey Girl 29 17
63 53 BRAD PAISLEY – I Can’t Change The World 12 26
64 N ERIC CHURCH – The Outsiders 1 64
65 N TAYLOR SWIFT – Sweeter Than Fiction 1 65
66 N GAVIN DEGRAW – Make A Move 1 66
67 N CHER – I Hope You Find It 1 67
68 N SCOTTY MCCREETY – See You Tonight 1 68
69 N JACK JOHNSON – Radiate 1 69
70 N DAUGHTRY – Long Live Rock & Roll 1 70
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