Tag: Classic Countdown

Monday 5/10/22 9am ET: RadioMaxMusic Top 15 Countdown

TW LW RADIOMAXMUSIC TOP 70 CHART MAY 9, 2022 WKS PK
1 – 13 – BLACK KEYS – WILD CHILD – 9 – 1
2 – 3 – WEEZER – A LITTLE BIT OF LOVE – 11 – 2
3 – 4 – WALTERS – LOVE YOU SO – 16 – 3
4 – 1 – HARRY STYLES – AS IT WAS – 6 – 1
5 – 2 – IMAGINE DRAGONS – ENEMY FROM LEAGUE OF LEGENDS – 14 – 1
6 – 6 – DOVE CAMERON – BOYFRIEND – 11 – 6
7 – 7 – VANCE JOY – CLARITY – 3 – 7
8 – 9 – ED SHEERAN – 2STEP – 3 – 8
9 – 12 – BOB MOSES – LOVE BRAND NEW – 12 – 7
10 – 15 – MILKY CHANCE – SYNCHRONIZE – 7 – 9
11 – 18 – SHAWN MENDES – WHEN YOU”RE GONE – 6 – 6
12 – 21 – LATTO – BIG ENERGY – 4 – 12
13 – 23 – LIZZO – ABOUT DAMN TIME – 4 – 12
14 – 41 – BASTILLE – SHUT OFF THE LIGHTS – 14 – 14
15 – 40 – HEAD AND THE HEART – VIRGINIA (WIND IN THE NIGHT) – 12 – 6

Sunday 5/1/22 – RadioMaxMusic Top 70 Chart

TW RADIOMAXMUSIC TOP 70 CHART MAY 2, 2022
1 HARRY STYLES – AS IT WAS
2 IMAGINE DRAGONS – ENEMY FROM LEAGUE OF LEGENDS
3 WEEZER – A LITTLE BIT OF LOVE
4 WALTERS – LOVE YOU SO
5 FLORENCE + THE MACHINE – MY LOVE
6 DOVE CAMERON – BOYFRIEND
7 VANCE JOY – CLARITY
8 LUMINEERS – WHERE WE ARE
9 ED SHEERAN – 2STEP
10 WEEKND – OUT OF TIME
11 CAMILA CABELLO FEAT. ED SHEERAN – BAM BAM
12 BOB MOSES – LOVE BRAND NEW
13 BLACK KEYS – WILD CHILD
14 PHARRELL WILLIAMS – JUST A CLOUD AWAY
15 MILKY CHANCE – SYNCHRONIZE
16 OFFSPRING – BEHIND YOUR WALLS
17 MEGAN THE STALLION & DUA LUPA – SWEETEST PIE
18 SHAWN MENDES – WHEN YOU”RE GONE
19 5 SECONDS OF SUMMER – COMPLETE MESS
20 MUSE – WON’T STAND DOWN
21 LATTO – BIG ENERGY
22 SAM FENDER – SEVENTEEN GOING UNDER
23 LIZZO – ABOUT DAMN TIME
24 DOJA CAT – WOMAN
25 PORTUGAL. THE MAN – WHAT, ME WORRY?
26 RED HOT CHILI PEPPERS – BLACK SUMMER
27 GAYLE – ABCDEFU
28 IMAGINE DRAGONS – BONES
29 LADY A – WHAT A SONG CAN DO
30 GHOST – CALL ME A LITTLE SUNSHINE
31 KORN – WORST IS ON IT’S WAY
32 JACK WHITE – LOVE IS SELFISH
33 CANNONS – BAD DREAM
34 JACK JOHNSON – ONE STEP AHEAD
35 5 FINGER DEATH PUNCH – AFTERLIFE
36 KENNY CHESNEY – EVERYONE SHE KNOWS
37 BAND OF HORSES – WARNING SIGNS
38 JAPANESE BREAKFAST – SLIDE TACKLE
39 CAAMP – BELIEVE
40 HEAD AND THE HEART – VIRGINIA (WIND IN THE NIGHT)
41 BASTILLE – SHUT OFF THE LIGHTS
42 SPOON – WILD
43 ONEREPUBLIC – WEST COAST
44 DIRTY HONEY – ANOTHER LAST TIME
45 ZAC BROWN BAND – OUT IN THE MIDDLE
46 TRAIN – AM GOLD
47 HALESTORM – THE STEEPLE
48 SHINEDOWN – PLANET ZERO
49 LAUREN SPENCER-SMITH – FINGERS CROSSED
50 GLASS ANIMALS – HEAT WAVES
51 CHARLIE PUTH – LIGHT SWITCH
52 SLASH FEAT. MYLES KENNEDY – APRIL FOOL
53 EDDIE BENJAMIN – WEATHERMEN
54 COLDPLAY WITH SELENA GOMEZ – LET SOMEBODY GO
55 TROMBONE SHORTY – COME BACK
56 AVRIL LAVIGNE FEAT. BLACKBEAR – LOVE IT WHEN YOU HATE ME
57 LITTLE BIG TOWN – HELL YEAH
58 CHRIS STAPLETON – JOY IN MY LIFE
59 ARCADE FIRE – THE LIGHTINING
60 POST MALONE & THE WEEKND – ONE RIGHT NOW
61 BONNIE RAITT – MADE UP MIND
62 THE 502S – JUST A LITTLE WHILE
63 BAD WOLVES – IF TOMORROW NEVER COMES
64 COLDPLAY – PEOPLE OF THE PRIDE
65 MUNDAY MARTIN – REACTOR
66 EM BEIHOLD – NUMB LITTLE BUG
67 BAND CAMINO – I THINK I LIKE YOU
68 ALESSO & KATY PERRY – WHEN I’M GONE
69 SAM SMITH – LOVE ME MORE
70 DOJA CAT – GET INTO IT

Saturday 4/2/22 12pm ET: RadioMaxMusic Classic Countdown with Ron Kovacs April 6, 1974

MUSIC NEWS
April 5 – Van Halen play their first show on the Sunset Strip in Hollywood at Gazzarri’s.

April 6
200,000 music fans attend The California Jam rock festival. Artists performing at the event include Emerson, Lake & Palmer, Black Sabbath, Deep Purple, Black Oak Arkansas and the Eagles.
Swedish group ABBA wins the 19th Eurovision Song Contest in The Dome, Brighton, England, with the song “Waterloo”, kickstarting their international career. The 1967 Eurovision winner, Sandie Shaw, attends.

April 14 – Ladies and Gentlemen: The Rolling Stones, a concert film made during the Rolling Stones’ 1972 North American Tour, premieres at the Ziegfeld Theatre in New York.
April 16 – Queen play their first North American concert, opening for Mott the Hoople in Denver, Colorado.

April 24–25 – Music aired on the radio in Portugal acts as a secret signal to trigger the Carnation Revolution there: at 10:55 p.m. on April 24, Paulo de Carvalho’s “E Depois do Adeus” (Portugal’s entry in the 1974 Eurovision Song Contest) on Emissores Associados de Lisboa alerts rebel captains and soldiers that the coup is beginning; at 12:20 a.m. on April 25, Rádio Renascença broadcasts “Grândola, Vila Morena”, a song by José Afonso, an influential political folk singer-songwriter, signalling the Armed Forces Movement (MFA) to begin the takeover of strategic points of power in the country from 3.00 a.m.

April 25
Sotheby’s Galleries in London sell a violin made in 1733 by Cremonese master Giuseppe Guarneri, formerly belonging to violinist Elaine Weldon, for the equivalent of $140,000, the second-highest price ever paid for a violin.
Pam Morrison, Jim Morrison’s widow, is found dead in her Hollywood apartment from an apparent heroin overdose.