Tag: Florida

Wednesday 12pm: Music of The States – Florida

Listen every Monday through Friday at 12PM ET as we feature the music of the states, A to Z.  Today we feature music focusing on Florida in the title or tunes about the state.

Florida is the southernmost contiguous state in the United States. The state is bordered to the west by the Gulf of Mexico, to the northwest by Alabama, to the north by Georgia, to the east by the Atlantic Ocean, and to the south by the Straits of Florida. Florida is the 22nd-most extensive (65,755 sq mi or 170,300 km2), the 3rd-most populous (21,312,211 inhabitants), and the 8th-most densely populated (384.3/sq mi or 148.4/km2) of the U.S. states. Jacksonville is the most populous municipality in the state and the largest city by area in the contiguous United States. The Miami metropolitan area is Florida’s most populous urban area. Tallahassee is the state’s capital.

Florida’s $996.3 billion economy is the fourth largest in the United States. If it were a country, Florida would be the 16th largest economy in the world, and the 58th most populous as of 2018. In 2017, Florida’s per capita personal income was $47,684, ranking 26th in the nation. The unemployment rate in September 2018 was 3.5% and ranked as the 18th in the United States. Florida exports nearly $55 billion in goods made in the state, the 8th highest among all states. The Miami Metropolitan Area is by far the largest urban economy in Florida and the 12th largest in the United States with a GDP of $344.9 billion as of 2017. This is more than twice the number of the next metro area, the Tampa Bay Area, which has a GDP of $145.3 billion. Florida is home to 51 of the world’s billionaires with most of them residing in South Florida. – Wikipedia

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

Artist Countdown: John Anderson Top 40 Hits 12pmET @RadioMax

JohnAndersonJohn David Anderson (born December 13, 1954, in Apopka, Florida) is an American country musician with a successful career that has lasted more than 30 years. Starting in 1977 with the release of his first single, “I’ve Got a Feelin’ (Somebody‘s Been Stealin’)”, Anderson has charted more than 40 singles on the Billboard country music charts, including five Number Ones: “Wild and Blue“, “Swingin'”, “Black Sheep“, “Straight Tequila Night“, and “Money in the Bank“. He has also recorded 22 studio albums on several labels. His newest album, Bigger Hands, was released on June 2009, on the Country Crossing label.  (Source: Wikipedia)

1 Black Sheep
2 Straight Tequila Night
3 Seminole Wind
4 Money in the Bank
5 Swingin’
6 When It Comes to You
7 I’m Just an Old Chunk of Coal (But I’m Gonna Be a Diamond Someday)
8 She Sure Got Away with My Heart
9 I Just Came Home to Count the Memories
10 Goin’ Down Hill
11 Wild and Blue
12 Honky Tonk Crowd
13 Let Go of the Stone
14 Let Somebody Else Drive
15 Would You Catch a Falling Star
16 I Wish I Could Have Been There
17 I Wish I Could Write You a Song
18 Mississippi Moon
19 It’s All Over Now
20 I Fell in the Water
21 Eye of a Hurricane
22 Down in Tennessee
23 Paradise
24 Your Lying Blue Eyes
25 Somebody Slap Me
26 Tokyo, Oklahoma
27 I Love You a Thousand Ways
28 Country ‘Til I Die
29 She Just Started Liking Cheatin’ Songs
30 Countrified
31 You Can’t Keep a Good Memory Down
32 Takin’ the Country Back
33 Long Hard Lesson Learned
34 Chicken Truck
35 If There Were No Memories
36 Low Dog Blues
37 My Pledge of Love
38 When Your Yellow Brick Road Turns Blue
39 What’s So Different About You
40 I’ve Got a Feelin’ (Somebody’s Been Stealin’)

Artist Countdown: Mindy McCready Top 20 8:30pm ET @RadioMax

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Malinda Gayle “Mindy” McCready (November 30, 1975 – February 17, 2013) was an American country music singer. Active from 1995 until her death in 2013, she recorded a total of five studio albums. Her debut album, 1996’s Ten Thousand Angels, was released on BNA Records and was certified 2× Platinum by the RIAA, while 1997’s If I Don’t Stay the Night was certified Gold. 1999’s I’m Not So Tough, her final album for BNA, was less successful, and she left the label. A self-titled fourth album followed in 2002 on Capitol Records. McCready’s fifth and final studio album, I’m Still Here, was released in March 2010 on Iconic Records.

McCready’s first four studio albums accounted for twelve singles on the Billboard country singles charts. This figure includes the Number One hit “Guys Do It All the Time,” as well as the Top Ten hits “Ten Thousand Angels” and “A Girl’s Gotta Do (What a Girl’s Gotta Do).”

Although she had not charted a single since 2002, McCready received significant media coverage regarding her troubled personal life and suicide.

On February 17, 2013, neighbors called the Sheriff’s Office of Cleburne County, Arkansas, reporting gunshots. McCready was found dead on her front porch, the same place where David Wilson, her former boyfriend and the father of her younger son, had killed himself one month prior. She was 37 years old. Her death was from a self-inflicted gunshot wound. She also fatally shot the pet dog that had belonged to Wilson. Her two children remain in foster care and were not home at the time of her death. McCready is interred at Alva Cemetery in Alva, Florida.  (Source: Wikipedia)

1 Guys Do It All the Time
2 A Girl’s Gotta Do (What a Girl’s Gotta Do)
3 Maybe He’ll Notice Her Now (with Richie McDonald)
4 You’ll Never Know
5 Ten Thousand Angels
6 What If I Do
7 The Other Side of This Kiss
8 All I Want Is Everything
9 Oh Romeo
10 Scream
11 Maybe, Maybe Not
12 One in a Million
13 Let’s Talk About Love
14 Lips Like Yours
15 I’m Still Here
16 I Want a Man
17 Sweeter (with Billy McKnight)
18 The Dance
19 Have A Nice Day
20 Breakin’ It

Artist Countdown: Olivia Newton-John Top 35 Hits 6pm ET @olivianj

5923_31Olivia Newton-John, AO, OBE (born 26 September 1948) is an English-born Australian singer, songwriter, and actress. She is a four-time Grammy award winner who has amassed five No. 1 and ten other Top Ten Billboard Hot 100 singles and two No. 1 Billboard 200 solo albums. Eleven of her singles (including two platinum) and 14 of her albums (including two platinum and four double platinum) have been certified gold by the RIAA. Her music has been successful in multiple genres including pop, country and adult contemporary and has sold an estimated over 100 million records worldwide. She co-starred with John Travolta in the film adaptation of the Broadway musical Grease, which featured one of the most successful film soundtracks in Hollywood history.

Newton-John has been a long-time activist for environmental and animal rights issues. Since surviving breast cancer in 1992, she has been an advocate for health awareness becoming involved with various charities, health products and fundraising efforts. Her business interests have included launching several product lines for Koala Blue and co-owning the Gaia Retreat & Spa in Australia.

Newton-John has been married twice. She currently lives with her second husband, John Easterling, in Jupiter Inlet Colony, Florida. She is the mother of one daughter, Chloe Rose Lattanzi, with her first husband, actor Matt Lattanzi. (Source: Wikipedia)

1 Hopelessly Devoted to You
2 Have You Never Been Mellow
3 You’re the One That I Want (with John Travolta)
4 Xanadu (with Electric Light Orchestra)
5 I Honestly Love You
6 A Little More Love
7 Summer Nights (with John Travolta and Cast)
8 If You Love Me (Let Me Know)
9 Please Mr. Please
10 Physical
11 Magic
12 Come on Over
13 Make a Move on Me
14 Let Me Be There
15 Sam
16 Something Better to Do
17 If Not for You
18 Suddenly (with Cliff Richard)
19 Let It Shine
20 Don’t Stop Believin’
21 Soul Kiss
22 Heart Attack
23 Deeper Than the Night
24 Every Face Tells a Story
25 Twist of Fate
26 Banks of the Ohio
27 The Grease Megamix
28 The Rumour (with Elton John)
29 Dancin’ ‘Round and ‘Round
30 I Need Love
31 Making a Good Thing Better
32 Tied Up
33 Long Live Love
34 Livin’ in Desperate Times
35 What Is Life

Feature Year: 1978 (Part 1 – 9am – Part 2 – 9pm ET) @RadioMax

Music_Of_The_Year_1978January 14 – The Sex Pistols play their final show (until a 1996 reunion) at San Francisco’s Winterland Ballroom
January 16 – Elton John appears on this week’s People Magazine without his trademark glasses. John would still wear glasses occasionally for the next ten years until wearing them permanently again
January 21 – As Saturday Night Fever becomes a cultural phenomenon, the soundtrack hits #1 on the Billboard Charts, where it will stay until July
January 25 – Electric Light Orchestra kick off their “Out of the Blue” world tour in Honolulu, Hawaii. Bob Dylan makes his directorial debut in the surrealist film Renaldo and Clara, shot during his Rolling Thunder Revue tour.
January 28 – By request, Ted Nugent autographs his name into a fan’s arm with a bowie knife in Philadelphia
February 4 – Elton John appears as the guest star on The Muppet Show.
February 10 – Van Halen debuts with self-titled album; Eddie Van Halen introduces a powerful new sound and technique to world, while David Lee Roth is ushered in as the front man
March 18 – California Jam II is held at the Ontario Motor Speedway in California. Over 300,000 fans come to see Ted Nugent, Aerosmith, Santana, Dave Mason, Foreigner, Heart and more
April 22 – In the Eurovision Song Contest in Paris, France, victory goes to Israel’s entry “A-Ba-Ni-Bi”, performed by Izhar Cohen & The Alphabeta
The “One Love Peace Concert” is held in Kingston, Jamaica, headlined by Bob Marley, making his first concert appearance since December 1976. Steve Martin performs the original “King Tut” on Saturday Night Live; also that night, The Blues Brothers make their first appearance on the show.
May 6 – The Knack is formed (first album released in 1979)
May 13 – Barry Gibb becomes the only songwriter in history to have written 4 consecutive #1 singles on Billboard’s Hot 100 Chart
May 18 – The Buddy Holly Story, starring Gary Busey, is released. It would win the Academy Award for Best Music, Original Song Score and Its Adaptation or Best Adaptation Score, and earn a nomination for Best Actor in a Leading Role (Busey) and Best Sound
May 25 – In a performance used for The Kids Are Alright, The Who play their last show with Keith Moon
June 10 – The Rolling Stones begin their 25-date US summer tour in Lakeland, Florida
June 13 – The Cramps play a free concert for patients at the Napa State Mental Hospital
June 16 – The film adaptation of the musical Grease, opens in theaters and is a box office hit
June 20 – Grace Slick splits with Jefferson Starship the day after a disastrous concert in Hamburg, Germany, in which a heavily intoxicated Slick verbally abused the crowd and groped various fans and band mates
June 29 – Peter Frampton is nearly killed in a car accident in The Bahamas, suffering multiple broken bones, a concussion, and muscle damage
July 1 – The first Texxas Jam is held over the July 4 long weekend at the Cotton Bowl in Dallas. The first day features Ted Nugent, Aerosmith, Frank Marino and Mahogany Rush, Heart, Journey, Head East, Atlanta Rhythm Section, Eddie Money, Van Halen and Walter Egan. Sunday consists of Willie Nelson headlining his sixth annual Fourth of July picnic
July 19 – Dead Kennedys play their first concert, at the Mabuhay Gardens in San Francisco, California
July 21 – Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band, a much-hyped musical film starring Peter Frampton and the Bee Gees performing the music of The Beatles, opens in theaters. The film is savaged by critics and proves a box office disappointment
July 30 – Thin Lizzy officially announces that Gary Moore has replaced Brian Robertson on guitar
August 26 – 80,000 concertgoers attend Mosport Speedway in Ontario for the first “Canada Jam Festival”, featuring sets by the Doobie Brothers, Commodores, Kansas, Village People, Dave Mason, the Atlanta Rhythm Section and Triumph
September 7 – The Who drummer Keith Moon dies in a central London flat after a prescription drug overdose at the age of 32
September 14–16 – The Grateful Dead perform three shows in Giza, Egypt, very close to the Sphinx and Great Pyramid
October 12 – Nancy Spungen, the American girlfriend of Sex Pistols bassist Sid Vicious, is found dead in a hotel room of a stab wound. Sid is arrested and charged with her murder
October 24 – Rolling Stones guitarist Keith Richards pleads guilty to the charge of possessing heroin in Toronto in 1977
October 29 – Michael Schenker plays his final show with UFO in Stanford, California before leaving the group to rejoin Scorpions
November – A now sober Alice Cooper releases the album From the Inside, which tells of his stay in rehab for alcoholism
November 25 – Aerosmith cuts a concert short after Steven Tyler suffers cuts to his face from a bottle that shatters upon hitting a stage monitor
November 27 – Def Leppard’s permanent drummer Rick Allen joins the band at the age of 15
December – Matthias Jabs joins Scorpions, replacing Uli Jon Roth.
December 31 – The seventh annual New Year’s Rockin’ Eve special airs on ABC, with performances by Barry Manilow, Village People, Chuck Mangione, Tanya Tucker and Rick James
CBS airs New Year’s Eve with Guy Lombardo for the final time, nearly two years after the band leader’s death and ending a 22 year run that began in 1956
Kenny Rogers continues his highly successful solo career with the single (and album) “The Gambler” and will go on to star in no less than 5 movies based around the song.
In the UK, singles sales are at their all-time high this year, boosted by the simultaneous peak of the disco and punk phenomena and the success of singles from the movie Grease.
Mozambique holds its first National Dance Festival, involving half a million people.

 

Artist Countdown: Bellamy Brothers Top 30 Hits 6pm ET @BellamyBrothers

BellamyBrothersThe Bellamy Brothers are an American pop and country music duo consisting of brothers David Milton Bellamy (born September 16, 1950) and Homer Howard Bellamy (born February 2, 1946), from Darby, Florida, United States. The duo had considerable musical success in the 1970s and 1980s, starting with the release of their crossover hitLet Your Love Flow” in 1976, a Number One single on the Billboard Hot 100.

Starting in the late 1970s, the Bellamy Brothers found success in country music as well, charting twenty Number One singles and more than fifty hits overall on the country charts. To date, they have released more than fifty albums, primarily on Curb Records.

1 Let Your Love Flow
2 I Need More of You
3 If I Said You Had a Beautiful Body Would You Hold It Against Me
4 Too Much Is Not Enough (with The Forester Sisters)
5 Sugar Daddy
6 Old Hippie
7 Kids of the Baby Boom
8 Dancin’ Cowboys
9 Do You Love as Good as You Look
10 Lie to You for Your Love
11 When I’m Away from You
12 I Love Her Mind
13 Santa Fe
14 Redneck Girl
15 Feelin’ the Feelin’
16 Crazy from the Heart
17 I Could Be Persuaded
18 You Ain’t Just Whistlin’ Dixie
19 I’ll Give You All My Love Tonight
20 For All the Wrong Reasons
21 You’re My Favorite Star
22 You’ll Never Be Sorry
23 Get into Reggae Cowboy
24 Strong Weakness
25 Lovers Live Longer
26 World’s Greatest Lover
27 Country Rap
28 The Center of My Universe
29 Satin Sheets
30 She Don’t Know That She’s Perfect

RadioMax Top 70 Chart – June 9, 2013 @radiomax #top70chart

1 1 DAFT PUNK & PHARRELL
Get Lucky    // 4TH WEEK AT NUMBER ONE \\
6 1
2 18 IMAGINE DRAGONS
Radioactive
29 2
3 3 MACKLEMORE & RYAN LEWIS Featuring RAY DALTON
Can’t Hold Us
9 2
4 4 BRUNO MARS
Treasure
6 4
5 5 MAROON 5
Love Somebody
6 5
6 12 ROBIN THICKE Featuring T.I. & PHARRELL
Blurred Lines
5 6
7 35 CAPITAL CITIES
Safe And Aound
2 7
8 15 MARIAH CAREY Featuring MIGUEL
Beautiful
5 8
9 6 SELENA GOMEZ
Come & Get It
8 4
10 11 JASON DERULO
The Other Side
8 8
11 9 JUSTIN TIMBERLAKE
Mirrors
12 1
12 13 FALL OUT BOY
My Songs Know What You Did In The Dark (Lighten Up)
17 3
13 7 ICONA POP
I Love It
18 3
14 14 KELLY CLARKSON
People Like Us
12 14
15 10 FLORIDA GEORGIA LINE Featuring NELLY
Cruise
8 10
16 17 CHRIS BROWN
Fine China
4 16
17 22 WALK OFF THE EARTH
Red Hands
13 9
18 2 PHILLIP PHILLIPS
Gone, Gone, Gone
19 2
19 20 HUNTER HAYES
I Want Crazy
9 19
20 21 CARRIE UNDERWOOD
See You Again
9 20
21 32 AVRIL LAVIGNE
Here’s To Never Growing Up
9 2
22 38 CALVIN HARRIS & ELLIE GOULDING
I Need Your Love
10 15
23 8 P!NK & NATE RUESS               
Just Give Me A Reason
17 1
24 19 LUKE BRYAN
Crash My Party
8 19
25 27 DEMI LOVATO
Heart Attack
15 1
26 49 KE$HA Featuring WILL.I.AM
Crazy Kids
7 26
27 23 BLAKE SHELTON & PISTOL ANNIES & FRIENDS
Boy’s Round Here
10 18
28 43 BILLY CURRINGTON
Hey Girl
8 28
29 16 EMELI SANDE
Next To Me
21 1
30 24 TIM MCGRAW & TAYLOR SWIFT
Highway Don’t Care
17 19
31 28 BRAD PAISLEY
Beat The Summer
14 20
32 34 KEITH URBAN
Little Bit Of Everything
3 32
33 37 LADY ANTEBELLUM
Goodbye Town
4 33
34 29 BAND PERRY
Done
14 18
35 30 ZAC BROWN BAND
Jump Right In
14 13
36 25 JENNIFER LOPEZ Featuring PITBUL
Live It Up
5 25
37 40 NIKKI WILLIAMS
Glowing
5 37
38 36 DARIUS RUCKER
Wagon Wheel
11 18
39 42 RIHANNA Featuring MIKKY EKKO
Stay
19 3
40 66 MACKLEMORE & RYAN LEWIS Featuring MARY LAMBERT
Some Love
2 40
41 31 SARA BAREILLES
Brave
8 25
42 48 PARAMORE
Still Into You
3 42
43 62 FUN.
Carry On
32 1
44 33 ED SHEERAN
Lego House
20 23
45 41 WILL.I.AM & JUSTIN BIEBER
#thatpower
7 11
46 61 LITTLE MIX
Wings
13 25
47 26 TAYLOR SWIFT
22
16 4
48 47 NICKI MINAJ & LIL WAYNE
High School
3 47
49 44 SERENA RYDER
Stompa
3 44
50 39 PITBUL Featuring CHRISTINA AGUILERA
Feel This Moment
22 1
51 53 MATCHBOX TWENTY
Our Song
9 46
52 55 TRAIN with ASHLEY MONROE
Bruises
3 52
53 51 FLORIDA GEORGIA LINE
Get Your Shine On
19 14
54 63 MICHAEL BUBLE
It’s A Beautiful Day
5 64
55 52 KENNY CHESNEY
Pirate Flag
17 17
56 54 OLLY MURS Featuring FLO RIDA
Troublemaker
25 2
57 57 PITBUL Featuring DANNY MERCER
Outta Nowhere
3 57
58 58 TRACE ADKINS & COLBIE CAILLAT
Watch The World End
3 58
59 60 KREWELLA
Alive
11 13
60 64 BAND PERRY
Mother Like Mine
4 60
61 65 FLORIDA GEORGIA LINE
Round Here
2 61
62 46 LITTLE BIG TOWN
Your Side Of The Bed
10 44
63 50 MUMFORD & SONS   ///MOST WEEKS ON CHART\\\
I Will Wait
40 1
64 59 GEORGE STRAIT
Give It All We Got Tonight
4 29
65 N DROP CITY YACHT CLUB
Crickets
1 65
66 N RIHANNA Featuring DAVID GUETTA
Right Now
1 66
67 N EMBLEM 3
Chloe (You’re The One I Want)
1 67
68 N SCOTTY MCCREERY
See You Tonight
1 68
69 N MILEY CYRUS
We Can’t Stop
1 69
70 N TYLER FARR
Redneck Crazy
1 70
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RadioMax Top 70 Chart – March 3, 2013

1 1 MUMFORD & SONS
I Will Wait
26 1
2 3 BRUNO MARS
When I Was Your Man
6 2
3 15 P!NK
Just Give Me A Reason
3 3
4 9 OLLY MURS Featuring FLO RIDA
Troublemaker
11 2
5 2 FUN.
Carry On
18 1
6 7 RIHANNA Featuring MIKKY EKKO
Stay
5 6
7 18 JUSTIN TIMBERLAKE Featuring JAY-Z
Suit & Tie
7 5
8 12 FALL OUT BOY
My Songs Know What You Did In The Dark (Lighten Up)
3 8
9 11 KE$HA
C’mon
11 3
10 16 TAYLOR SWIFT
I Knew You Were Trouble
15 3
11 10 KELLY CLARKSON
Catch My Breath
20 5
12 20 MIRANDA LAMBERT
Mama’s Broken Heart
5 12
13 8 WILL.I.AM & BRITNEY SPEARS
Scream and Shout
15 1
14 49 IMAGINE DRAGONS
Radioactive
15 14
15 5 MAROON 5
Daylight
16 4
16 6 PITBUL Featuring CHRISTINA AGUILERA
Feel This Moment
8 6
17 21 FLORIDA GEORGIA LINE
Get Your Shine On
5 17
18 23 EMELI SANDE
Next To Me
7 18
19 40 LADY ANTEBELLUM
Downtown
6 19
20 41 ICONA POP
I Love It
4 20
21 50 OF MONSTERS AND MEN
Little Talks
34 13
22 62 EASTON CORBIN
All Over The Road
4 22
23 48 BON JOVI
Because We Can
8 19
24 13 ONE DIRECTION
Kiss You
6 10
25 35 KENNY CHESNEY
Pirate Flag
3 25
26 37 THOMPSON SQUARE
If I Didn’t Have You
6 26
27 47 KACEY MUSGRAVE
Merry Go Round
5 27
28 25 MUSE
Madness
28 2
29 14 ERIC CLAPTON
Gotta Get Over
3 14
30 27 CARRIE UNDERWOOD
Two Black Caddilacs
14 24
31 19 ALICIA KEYS & NICKI MINAJ
Girl On Fire
18 7
32 17 IMAGINE DRAGONS
It’s Time
22 4
33 22 PHILLIP PHILLIPS
Gone, Gone, Gone
5 22
34 26 BLAKE SHELTON
Sure Be Cool If You Did
7 22
35 36 LITTLE BIG TOWN
Tornado
16 23
36 45 ALABAMA SHAKES
Hold On
4 36
37 54 BAND PERRY
Better Dig Two
17 22
38 30 GREEN DAY
X-Kid
6 30
39 44 GOO GOO DOLLS
Rebel Beat
3 39
40 4 LUMINEERS
Ho Hey
46 2
41 64 MUMFORD & SONS
Lover Of The Light
2 41
42 31 BRUNO MARS
Locked Out of Heaven
22 1
43 32 HUNTER HAYES
Somebody’s Heartache
14 23
44 33 ED SHEERAN
Lego House
6 24
45 46 SCRIPT Featuring WILL.I.AM
Hall Of Fame
30 6
46 29 PHILLIP PHILLIPS
Home
38 1
47 39 OF MONSTERS AND MEN
Mountain Sound
12 39
48 63 BAAUR
Harlem Shake
2 48
49 65 TEGAN & SARA
Closer
2 49
50 24 P!NK
Try
19 3
51 43 IMAGINE DRAGONS
Demons
7 43
52 58 TIM MCGRAW & TAYLOR SWIFT
Highway Don’t Care
3 52
53 70 CARLY RAE JEPSEN
Tonight I’m Getting Over You
2 53
54 34 3 DOORS DOWN
One Light
17 24
55 38 BUCKCHERRY
Gluttoney
12 21
56 28 TAYLOR SWIFT
Begin Again
23 28
57 42 ONEREPUBLIC
If I Lose Myself
4 42
58 68 TAYLOR SWIFT
22
2 58
59 67 ONE DIRECTION
One Way Or Another
2 59
60 57 BOZ SCAGGS
Mixed Up, Shook Up Girl
3 57
61 59 OUTASIGHT
I’ll Drink To That
4 59
62 60 YOUNGBLOOD HAWKE
We Come Running
6 57
63 51 PITBUL Featuring TJR
Don’t Stop The Party
15 8
64 99 BRITT NICOLE
Gold
7 33
65 N DEMI LOVATO
Heart Attack
1 65
66 N CEE LO GREEN
Only You
1 66
67 N DAVID BOWIE
The Stars (Are Out Tonight)
1 67
68 N JASON ALDEAN
1994
1 68
69 N MICHAEL BUBLE
It’s A Beautiful Day
1 69
70 N RASCAL FLATTS
Changed
1 70
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In Memoriam: Mindy McCready (1975 – 2013)

The Queens of Heart 2008It’s been a difficult month for Mindy McCready, and unfortunately, E! News has learned that the country singer’s life has come to end far too soon.

A source close to the 37-year-old tells us her body was found in Heber Springs, Ark.

A source tells E! News that Mindy’s father, Tim McCready had been staying with her until this morning when he returned to Florida. When her father left, “she was in good spirits and seemed to be fine,” our source tells us. Neighbors heard gunshots at her house and called the police. “She shot herself and the dog,” our source says. “Things have been hectic. But I’m still here..,” the star tweeted in January.

Just a little over a month ago, McCready’s boyfriend, David Wilson, died at the age of 34 with no cause of death or details surrounding his passing being revealed, however continues to be under investigation.

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RadioMax Top 70 Chart – November 25, 2012

1 2 PHILLIP PHILLIPS
Home
24 1
2 6 RIHANNA
Diamonds
9 2
3 10 LUMINEERS
Ho Hey
32 3
4 4 BRUNO MARS
Locked Out of Heaven
8 3
5 8 KE$Ha
Die Young
9 5
6 7 FLO RIDA
I Cry
11 6
7 9 ALEX CLARE
Too Close
26 1
8 3 P!NK
Try
5 3
9 15 KELLY CLARKSON
Catch My Breath
6 9
10 24 BRIDGIT MENDLER
Ready Or Not
4 10
11 17 SCRIPT Featuring WILL.I.AM
Hall Of Fame
16 6
12 18 IMAGINE DRAGONS
It’s Time
11 12
13 5 ONEREPUBLIC
Feel Again
13 4
14 16 NICKI MINAJ
Va Va Voom
5 14
15 21 ED SHEERAN
The A Team
34 11
16 1 MAROON 5
One More Night
18 1
17 13 MUMFORD & SONS
I Will Wait
12 11
18 20 HUNTER HAYES
Wanted
22 18
19 11 FUN.
Some Nights
23 1
20 12 ADELE
Skyfall
8 3
21 35 TRAIN
50 Ways To Say Goodbye
25 4
22 14 MUSE
Madness
14 10
23 22 ELLIE GOULDING
Anything Could Happen
10 22
24 23 FLORIDA GEORGIA LINE
Cruise
6 23
25 39 BAND PERRY
Better Dig Two
3 25
26 69 MAROON 5
Daylight
2 26
27 28 KIP MOORE
Beer Money
7 27
28 29 KID ROCK
Let’s Ride
9 28
29 45 ROLLING STONES
Doom and Gloom
7 18
30 55 THREE DAYS GRACE
Chalk Outline
9 29
31 30 CHRISTINA AGUILERA
Your Body
10 11
32 32 CARLY RAE JEPSEN
This Kiss
6 22
33 26 ZAC BROWN BAND
Goodbye In Her Eyes
9 26
34 49 P!NK
Blow Me (One Last Kiss)
21 1
35 25 GREEN DAY
Let Yourself Go
7 25
36 54 BRAD PAISLEY
Southern Comfort Zone
3 36
37 19 ENRIQUE IGLESIAS Featuring SAMMY ADAMS
Finally Found You
13 12
38 27 GRACE POTTER AND THE NOCTURNALS
Stars
4 27
31 31 TAYLOR SWIFT
We Are Never Getting Back Together
15 1
40 33 ONE DIRECTION
Live While Your Young
7 10
41 37 ALICIA KEYS & NICKI MINAJ
Girl On Fire
4 33
42 41 FUN.
Carry On
4 41
43 44 3 DOORS DOWN
One Light
3 43
44 42 READY SET
Give Me Your Hand
4 42
45 48 GARY CLARK JR.
Ain’t Messin’ ‘Round
5 45
46 65 LIFEHOUSE Feat NATASHA BEDINGFIELD
Between The Raindrops
3 46
47 68 NEON TREES Featuring KASKADE
Lessons In Love
2 47
48 67 LITTLE BIG TOWN
Tornado
2 48
49 36 TAYLOR SWIFT
Begin Again
9 31
50 38 OF MONSTERS AND MEN
Little Talks
20 30
51 40 TRISTAN PRETTYMAN
My Oh My
11 12
52 49 PSY
Gangnam Style
8 13
53 51 COSMIC MOTHER FUNK
Walkin’ Blues
12 26
54 58 DARIUS RUCKER
True Believers
13 31
55 50 CARRIE UNDERWOOD
Blown Away
23 13
56 34 OWL CITY & CARLY RAE JEPSEN
Good Time
22 3
57 N PITBUL Featuring TJ
Don’t Stop The Party
1 57
58 70 HEART
Dear Old America
2 58
59 N TAYLOR SWIFT
I Knew You Were Trouble
1 59
60 N ONE DIRECTION
Little Things
1 60
61 62 MATCHBOX TWENTY
Overjoyed
5 48
62 64 GROUPLOVE
Itchin’ On A Photograph
4 59
63 43 KELLY CLARKSON Feat VINCE GILL
Don’t Rush
3 43
64 N CHRISTINA AGUILERA & BLAKE SHELTON
Just A Fool
1 64
65 N PASSION PIT
Take A Walk
1 65
66 N IMAGINE DRAGONS
Radioactive
1 66
67 N WILL.I.AM & BRITNEY SPEARS
Scream and Shout
1 67
68 N BILLY TALENT
Surprise, Surprise
1 68
69 N GREG BATES
Did It For The Girl
1 69
70 N JASON ALDEAN, LUKE BRYAN & ERIC CHURCH
The Only Way I Know
1 70