Artist Countdown: Whitesnake Top 30 Hits 6pm ET @whitesnakeblog

September 9, 2014
Editor In Chief

whitesnakeWhitesnake are a rock band, formed in England in 1978 by David Coverdale after his departure from his previous band, Deep Purple. Their early material has been compared by critics to the blues rock of Deep Purple, but they slowly began moving toward a more commercially accessible rock style.[1] By the turn of the decade, the band’s commercial fortunes changed and they released a string of UK top 10 albums, Ready an’ Willing (1980), Come an’ Get It (1981), Saints & Sinners (1982) and Slide It In (1984), the latter of which was their first to chart in the US and is certified 2x platinum.

The band’s 1987 self-titled album was their most commercially successful worldwide, and contained two major US hits, “Here I Go Again” and “Is This Love”, reaching number one and two on the Hot 100. In 1988, Whitesnake was nominated for the Brit Award for Best British Group. Slip of the Tongue (1989), was also a success, reaching the top 10 in the US and UK, and receiving a platinum US certification. The band split up shortly after this release, but had a reunion in 1994, and released a one-off studio album, Restless Heart (1997).

Whitesnake officially reformed in 2002 and have been touring together since, releasing two studio albums, Good to Be Bad (2008) and Forevermore (2011). In 2005, Whitesnake was named the 85th greatest hard rock band of all time by VH1. – Wikipedia

1 Here I Go Again
2 Is This Love
3 Fool for Your Loving
4 The Deeper the Love
5 Give Me All Your Love
6 Still of the Night
7 Now You’re Gone
8 One of These Days
9 Love Ain’t No Stranger
10 Summer Rain
11 Don’t Break My Heart Again
12 Slow An’ Easy
13 Ain’t No Love in the Heart of the City
14 Sweet Lady Luck
15 Give Me More Time
16 Guilty of Love
17 Would I Lie to You
18 Ready an’ Willing
19 Too Many Tears
20 Long Way from Home
21 Standing in the Shadow
22 Don’t Fade Away
23 The Time is Right For Love
24 Victim of Love
25 Bloody Luxury
26 Crying in the Rain
27 All In the Name of Love
28 Lay Down Your Love
29 All for Love
30 Can You Hear the Wind Blow

Artist Countdown: AC/DC Top 40 Hits 6pm ET @AC_DC

May 27, 2014
Editor In Chief

acdc_02AC/DC are an Australian hard rock band, formed in November 1973 by brothers Malcolm and Angus Young, who have remained constant members. Commonly referred to as a hard rock or blues rock band, they are also considered pioneers of heavy metal and are sometimes classified as such, though they have always dubbed their music as simply “rock and roll”. To date they are one of the highest-grossing bands of all time.

AC/DC underwent several line-up changes before releasing their first album, High Voltage, on 17 February 1975. Membership subsequently stabilised until bassist Mark Evans was replaced by Cliff Williams in 1977 for the album Powerage. Within months of recording the album Highway to Hell, lead singer and co-songwriter Bon Scott died on 19 February 1980 after a night of heavy alcohol consumption. The group briefly considered disbanding, but buoyed by support from Scott’s parents, decided to continue and set about finding a new vocalist. Ex-Geordie singer Brian Johnson was auditioned and selected to replace Scott. Later that year, the band released the new album, Back in Black, which was made as a tribute to Bon Scott. The album launched them to new heights of success and became their all time best-seller, selling over 10,000 copies a day in its first week.

The band’s next album, For Those About to Rock We Salute You, was their first album to reach number one in the United States. AC/DC declined in popularity soon after drummer Phil Rudd was fired in 1983 and was replaced by future Dio drummer Simon Wright. The band experienced a resurgence in the early 1990s with the release of The Razors Edge. Phil Rudd returned in 1994 after Chris Slade, who was with the band from 1989 to 1994, was asked to leave in favour of him, and contributed to the band’s 1995 album Ballbreaker. Since then, the band’s line-up has remained the same. Stiff Upper Lip was released in 2000 and was well received by critics, and the band’s latest studio album, Black Ice, was released on 20 October 2008 and was the second-highest-selling album of that year. It was their biggest hit on the charts since For Those About to Rock, eventually reaching No.1 on all charts worldwide. – Wikipedia

1 Big Gun
2 Thunderstruck
3 Heatseeker
4 Moneytalks
5 Hard as a Rock
6 Let’s Get It Up
7 Highway to Hell
8 You Shook Me All Night Long
9 Are You Ready
10 Who Made Who
11 That’s the Way I Wanna Rock ‘n’ Roll
12 Back in Black
13 Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap
14 Hells Bells
15 Rock ‘n’ Roll Damnation
16 For Those About to Rock
17 Rock and Roll Ain’t Noise Pollution
18 Touch Too Much
19 Satellite Blues
20 Guns for Hire
21 Rock ‘n’ Roll Train
22 High Voltage
23 Stiff Upper Lip
24 Cover You in Oil
25 It’s a Long Way to the Top
26 Whole Lotta Rosie
27 Dirty Eyes
28 Big Jack
29 Shake Your Foundations
30 Jailbreak
31 T.N.T.
32 Safe in New York City
33 Big Balls
34 Flick of the Switch
35 Hail Caesar
36 Anything Goes
37 Nervous Shakedown
38 Can I Sit Next to You, Girl
39 Dog Eat Dog
40 Love at First Feel
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