Feature LP: Charli XCX – Sucker (2014) 10pm ET

Charli_XCX_SuckerSucker is the third studio album and second major-label album by English singer-songwriter Charli XCX, released on 15 December 2014 through Asylum Records, Atlantic Records, and Neon Gold Records. The album was met with critical acclaim, praising its throwback style.Sucker was named the sixth best album of 2014 by Rolling Stone and Spin. – Wikipedia

No. Title Length
1 Sucker   2:42
2 Break the Rules   3:23
3 London Queen   2:51
4 Breaking Up   2:17
5 Gold Coins   3:02
6 Boom Clap   2:49
7 Doing It   3:48
8 Body of My Own   2:45
9 Famous   3:52
10 Hanging Around   3:18
11 Die Tonight   2:51
12 Caught in the Middle   3:01
13 Need Ur Luv   3:45
14 Money (That’s What I Want)   2:06
15 Break the Rules (Femme remix) 3:52

Artist Countdown: Aretha Franklin Top 90 Hits 6pm ET (PART 2) @ArethaFranklin

ArethaAretha Louise Franklin (born March 25, 1942) is an American singer and musician. Franklin began her career singing gospel at her father, minister C. L. Franklin’s church as a child. In 1960, at age 18, Franklin embarked on a secular career, recording for Columbia Records only achieving modest success. Following her signing to Atlantic Records in 1967, Franklin achieved commercial acclaim and success with songs such as “Respect”, “(You Make Me Feel Like) A Natural Woman” and “Think”. These hits and more helped her to gain the title The Queen of Soul by the end of the 1960s decade.

Franklin eventually recorded a total of 112 charted singles on Billboard, including 77 Hot 100 entries, 17 top ten pop singles, 100 R&B entries and twenty number-one R&B singles, becoming the most charted female artist in the chart’s history. Franklin also recorded acclaimed albums such as I Never Loved a Man the Way I Love You, Lady Soul, Young, Gifted & Black and Amazing Grace before experiencing problems with her record company by the mid-1970s. After her father was shot in 1979, Franklin left Atlantic and signed with Arista Records, finding success with a cameo appearance in the film, The Blues Brothers and with the albums, Jump to It and Who’s Zoomin’ Who?. In 1998, Franklin won international acclaim for singing the opera aria, “Nessun Dorma”, at the Grammys of that year replacing Luciano Pavarotti. Later that same year, she scored her final Top 40 recording with “A Rose Is Still a Rose”.

Franklin has won a total of 18 Grammy Awards and is one of the best-selling female artists of all time, having sold over 75 million records worldwide. Franklin has been honored throughout her career including a 1987 induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, in which she became the first female performer to be inducted. She was inducted to the UK Music Hall of Fame in 2005. In August 2012, Franklin was inducted into the GMA Gospel Music Hall of Fame. Franklin is listed in at least two all-time lists on Rolling Stone magazine, including the 100 Greatest Artists of All Time, in which she placed number 9, and the 100 Greatest Singers of All Time in which she placed number 1 – Wikipedia

1 I Knew You Were Waiting (For Me) (with George Michael)
2 Freeway of Love
3 Spanish Harlem
4 Who’s Zoomin’ Who
5 Respect
6 Sisters Are Doin’ It for Themselves (with Eurythmics)
7 Another Night
8 Jimmy Lee
9 Jumpin’ Jack Flash
10 Until You Come Back to Me (That’s What I’m Gonna Do)
11 Think
12 Baby I Love You
13 Chain of Fools
14 (Sweet Sweet Baby) Since You’ve Been Gone
15 It Isn’t, It Wasn’t, It Ain’t Never Gonna Be (with Whitney Houston)
16 I Say a Little Prayer 
17 Angel
18 Day Dreaming
19 Through the Storm (with Elton John)
20 Don’t Play That Song (with The Dixie Flyers)
21 A Rose Is Still a Rose
22 Bridge Over Troubled Water 
23 (You Make Me Feel Like) A Natural Woman
24 See Saw 
25 Willing to Forgive
26 Jump to It
27 The Weight 
28 A Deeper Love
29 Eleanor Rigby
30 I Never Loved a Man (The Way I Love You) 
31 The House That Jack Built 
32 Rock Steady 
33 Call Me 
34 Get It Right
35 Share Your Love with Me
36 I’m in Love
37 Here We Go Again
38 I Can’t See Myself Leaving You 
39 You’re All I Need to Get By
40 Ever Changing Times (with Michael McDonald)
41 Spirit in the Dark (with The Dixie Flyers) 
42 Rock-A-Lott
43 Border Song (Holy Moses) 
44 Ain’t Nobody Ever Loved You
45 Ain’t Nothing Like the Real Thing
46 Love All the Hurt Away (with George Benson)
47 Master of Eyes (The Deepness of Your Eyes)
48 What a Fool Believes
49 All the King’s Horses 
50 Without Love
51 Everyday People
52 Take a Look
53 Ain’t No Way 
54 Something He Can Feel
55 Oh Me Oh My (I’m a Fool for You Baby) 
56 My Song 
57 Look into Your Heart
58 If Ever a Love There Was (with Four Tops)
59 United Together
60 The Only Thing Missin’
61 Mr. D.J. (5 for the D.J.)
62 Won’t Be Long
63 You Send Me 
64 Break It to Me Gently
65 Runnin’ Out of Fools
66 Jump
67 The Tracks of My Tears 
68 Come to Me
69 Almighty Fire (Woman of the Future)
70 Operation Heartbreak 
71 Gentle on My Mind 
72 Gimme Your Love (with James Brown)
73 Today I Sing the Blues
74 When I Think About You
75 One Step Ahead
76 Cry Like a Baby
77 You Made Me Love You
78 Honey
79 (No, No) I’m Losing You
80 Lee Cross
81 Mockingbird
82 Put You Up on Game (with Fantasia)
83 Wonderful
84 It Hurts Like Hell
85 Rolling In the Deep (The Aretha Version)
86 I Surrender, Dear 
87 Don’t Cry, Baby
88 Rough Lover 
89 Are You Sure
90 Soulville

Feature LP: Jason Mraz – Yes! (2014) 10pm ET

Jason Mraz YesYes! is the fifth studio album by singer-songwriter Jason Mraz. The album was released on July 15, 2014, Atlantic Records. The album’s lead single “Love Someone” was released on May 19, 2014.  – Wikipedia

No. Title Length
1. “Rise”   1:29
2. “Love Someone”   4:16
3. “Hello, You Beautiful Thing”   3:34
4. “Long Drive”   3:50
5. “Everywhere”   3:24
6. “Best Friend”   3:19
7. “Quiet”   4:18
8. “Out of My Hands”   3:26
9. “It’s So Hard to Say Goodbye to Yesterday”   2:58
10. “3 Things”   2:54
11. “You Can Rely on Me”   3:43
12. “Back to the Earth”   3:46
13. “A World with You”   4:39
14. “Shine”   6:04

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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Artist Countdown: Led Zeppelin Top 30 8:30pm ET @ledzeppelin

The New York City Premiere For Led Zeppelin Celebration Day

Led Zeppelin were an English rock band active in the late 1960s and throughout the 1970s. Formed as the New Yardbirds in 1968, the band consisted of guitarist Jimmy Page, singer Robert Plant, bassist/keyboardist John Paul Jones, and drummer John Bonham. They are widely considered to be one of the most successful, innovative and influential rock groups in history.

After changing their name, they signed a favorable deal with Atlantic Records that allowed them considerable artistic freedom. Led Zeppelin disliked releasing their songs as singles; they viewed their albums as indivisible and complete listening experiences. Due to the heavy, guitar-driven blues rock sound of their first two albums, Led Zeppelin are frequently recognized as the progenitors of heavy metal and hard rock. However, the band’s individualistic style drew from a wide variety of influences, including folk music, which they incorporated into their next two albums. Their untitled fourth album, which features the track “Stairway to Heaven“, is among the most popular and influential works in rock music, and it cemented the status of the group as “superstars.” Subsequent albums saw greater experimentation and were accompanied by record-breaking tours, which earned them a reputation for excess. Although they remained commercially and critically successful, in the later 1970s, the band’s output and touring schedule were limited by the personal difficulties and circumstances of the members. Led Zeppelin disbanded following Bonham’s unexpected death in 1980.  – Wikipedia+

1 Whole Lotta Love
2 Immigrant Song
3 Black Dog
4 Stairway to Heaven
5 Misty Mountain Hop
6 Rock and Roll 
7 Kashmir
8 Living Loving Maid (She’s Just a Woman)
9 All Of My Love
10 Fool in the Rain
11 Trampled Under Foot
12 D’yer Mak’er
13 The Girl I Love She Got Long Black Wavy Hair
14 Communication Breakdown
15 Travelling Riverside Blues
16 Four Sticks
17 Baby Come On Home
18 Darlene
19 The Ocean
20 Hot Dog
21 Over the Hills and Far Away
22 Ozone Baby
23 Poor Tom
24 The Crunge
25 Black Country Woman
26 Dancing Days
27 Good Times Bad Times 
28 Ramble On
29 Hey Hey What Can I Do
30 Candy Store Rock

Artist Countdown: Confederate Railroad Top 30 Hits 7:30pm ET

Confederate RailroadConfederate Railroad is an American country rock band founded in 1987 in Marietta, Georgia by Danny Shirley (lead vocals, rhythm guitar), Michael Lamb (lead guitar), Mark Dufresne (drums), Chris McDaniel (keyboards), Warren “Gates” Nichols (steel guitar) and Wayne Secrest (bass guitar). After serving as a backing band for outlaw country act David Allan Coe, the band signed to a recording contract with Atlantic Records, releasing their self-titled debut album that year.
Throughout the 1990s, they released four more albums for Atlantic.

Confederate Railroad has released six studio albums. In addition, more than twenty of their singles have entered the Billboard Hot Country Songs charts. Only two changes in membership have occurred, both in the late 1990s-early 2000s: Michael Lamb was replaced by Jimmy Dormire on lead guitar, and Cody McCarver took over for Chris McDaniel, the band’s original keyboardist. In addition to his work with Confederate Railroad, McCarver has released one solo album and two singles. Dormire was replaced in 2008 by Rusty Hendrix.

The band’s most recent studio album, a compilation of cover songs entitled Cheap Thrills, was issued on the independent Shanachie label in 2007. The band released their first live album, Confederate Railroad Live: Back to the Barrooms, on the E1 Music label on June 15, 2010. -Wikipedia

1 Queen of Memphis
2 Trashy Women
3 Daddy Never Was the Cadillac Kind
4 Jesus and Mama
5 Elvis and Andy
6 When You Leave That Way You Can Never Go Back
7 When and Where
8 She Never Cried
9 She Took It Like a Man
10 Bill’s Laundromat, Bar and Grill
11 When He Was My Age
12 What Brothers Do
13 See Ya
14 Summer in Dixie
15 She Treats Her Body Like a Temple
16 The Big One
17 Cowboy Cadillac
18 Toss a Little Bone
19 White Trash with Money
20 Please Come to Boston
21 Keep on Rockin’
22 Redneck Romeo
23 I Hate Rap
24 Still One Outlaw Left
25 Notorious
26 Long Gone
27 Roll The Dice
28 Right Track, Wrong Train
29 Three Versus
30 Sunday Morning and Saturday Night