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Feature Artist: Salt-N-Pepa (Singles) 6pm ET

Salt-N-PepaSalt-N-Pepa is an American hip hop trio from Queens, New York. The group, consisting of Cheryl James (“Salt”), Sandra Denton (“Pepa”) and originally Latoya Hanson, who was replaced by Deidra Roper (“DJ Spinderella”), was formed in 1985 and was one of the first all-female rap groups. Through their career, Salt-N-Pepa have won five awards: Grammy Award for Best Rap Performance by a Duo or Group (1995), MTV Video Music Award for Best Electronic Dance Music Video (1994), MTV Video Music Award for Best Choreography (1994), MTV Video Music Award for Best R&B Video (1994) and BET Hip Hop Awards I Am Hip-Hop Icon Award (2010). – Wikipedia

Artist Countdown: Seal Top 35 Hits 6p ET @Seal

SealSeal Henry Olusegun Olumide Adeola Samuel (born 19 February 1963), known by his mononym Seal, is a British R&B and soul singer-songwriter.

Seal has won numerous music awards throughout his career, including three Brit Awards—winning Best British Male in 1992, four Grammy Awards, and an MTV Video Music Award. Seal is known for his numerous international hits, including “Kiss from a Rose”, which appeared on the soundtrack to the 1995 film Batman Forever. He has sold more than 30 million albums worldwide. He is a coach on The Voice Australia.  (Source: Wikipedia)

1 Crazy
2 Kiss from a Rose
3 Future Love Paradise
4 Love’s Divine
5 Get It Together
6 Amazing
7 The Beginning
8 Prayer for the Dying
9 Fly Like an Eagle
10 Killer
11 Newborn Friend
12 Walk on By
13 My Vision (Jakatta featuring Seal)
14 Human Beings
15 The Right Life
16 Don’t Cry
17 Waiting for You
18 Secret
19 Les Mots (Mylène Farmer et Seal)
20 This Could Be Heaven
21 It’s Alright
22 It’s a Man’s Man’s Man’s World
23 A Change Is Gonna Come
24 I Can’t Stand the Rain
25 Let’s Stay Together
26 Stand by Me
27 Wishing on a Star
28 I’m Alive
29 If I Could
30 Lost My Faith
31 If You Don’t Know Me by Now
32 I Am Your Man
33 Weight of My Mistakes
34 If I’m Any Closer
35 Manic Depression (Jeff Beck feat. Seal)

Feature Year: 1986 (Part 1 9am – Part 2 9pm ET)

1986We feature the music of 1986.

January 23 – The first induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame takes place. The first artists to be honoured are Chuck Berry, James Brown, Ray Charles, Fats Domino, Everly Brothers, Buddy Holly, Jerry Lee Lewis, and Elvis Presley.
February 21 – The Dead Kennedys play their last concert at UC Davis in Davis, California, USA.
February 23 – In honor of the 20th anniversary of The Monkees‘ first appearance on television, MTV broadcasts Pleasant Valley Sunday, a 22-hour marathon of Monkees episodes.
March 15 – “Heartbeat ’86”, a charity concert for the Birmingham Children’s Hospital, is held at the NEC. Performers include Roy Wood, UB40, The Moody Blues, Electric Light Orchestra and Robert Plant. George Harrison makes a surprise appearance playing Johnny B. Goode with everyone at the end of the show.
March 27 – Van Halen opens its 5150 tour, the first with new lead singer Sammy Hagar.
April 5 – Jean-Michel Jarre performs his wide-scale open-air concert downtown Houston.
April 12 – Former Go’s-Go’s singer Belinda Carlisle marries actor Morgan Mason.
May 2 – Country music superstar Dolly Parton opens her Dollywood theme park in Pigeon Forge, Tennessee, USA.
May 3 – At the age of 13, Sandra Kim becomes the youngest-ever performer to win the Eurovision Song Contest. The winning entry at the 31st annual contest (held in Bergen, Norway) is titled “J’aime la vie”, and is Belgium’s only winning entry to date.
May 5 – In New York, USA, Rock and Roll Hall of Fame chairman Ahmet Ertegün announces that Cleveland, Ohio has been chosen as the city where the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame will be built
May 10 – Tommy Lee of Mötley Crüe marries actress Heather Locklear.
May 25 – Norwegian band a-ha wins a record-breaking eight awards at the MTV Video Music Awards show.
May 30 – The Monkees begin their highly successful 20th Anniversary Reunion Tour
June 4–15 – U2, Sting, Joan Baez, Jackson Browne, Lou Reed, Peter Gabriel, the Neville Brothers, and Bryan Adams stage the A Conspiracy of Hope Tour in the United States on behalf of Amnesty International, playing five cities on the tour. The final show at New Jersey’s Giants Stadium is televised live, and the above-mentioned performers are joined by Joni Mitchell, Howard Jones, Yoko Ono, Third World, and Carlos Santana, as well as the other members of The Police.
June 30- Madonna releases her “True Blue” album, tops the charts in over 28 countries & becomes the best selling album of 1986.
June 6 – After 29 years, CHUM (AM) in Toronto, Canada drops its legendary Top 40 format in favor of gold-based adult contemporary music. Additionally, the final CHUM Chart is published (with Madonna’s “Live To Tell” the final number one song).
June 7 – Queen starts The Magic Tour which becomes their final tour with all original member and also their most successful tour.
June- Repulsion first records the demo ‘Slaughter of the Innocent, which would be remixed and released in 1989 as the landmark death metal/grindcore album “Horrified”.
June 27 – Black Flag play their last concert, in Detroit, Michigan, USA.
August 28 – Tina Turner receives a star on the Hollywood Walk Of Fame.
September 27 – A tour bus carrying the heavy metal band Metallica crashes in Sweden, killing their influential bassist, Cliff Burton.
October – The Smiths play their final gig as a five-piece.
October 20 – Duran Duran begin their career as a three piece with the release of the “Notorious” single.
November 12 – John Farnham releases the album “Whispering Jack”, which becomes the highest selling album in Australia’s history, featuring the single from the previous year, “You’re the Voice”.
November 15 – The Beastie Boys release their first studio album Licensed To Ill, which goes onto become the first Hip Hop album to reach number one in the U.S.A. It eventually goes onto become one of the most influential and important Hip Hop albums of the 1980s.
December 31 – The fifteenth annual New Year’s Rockin’ Eve special airs on ABC, with appearances by The Bangles, Commodores, The Jets, Barry Manilow, Miami Sound Machine and Smokey Robinson.

Also in 1986
Jello Biafra/Dead Kennedys taken to court by the PMRC for content in their album Frankenchrist; Biafra wins.
Garth Brooks marries his first wife, Sandy.
Italian singer Ernesto Bonino loses his voice after a surgical intervention.
Alice Cooper returns to the mainstream after a two-year break. The Nightmare Returns Tour goes on to become one of the best selling tours of 1986.

 

(Source: Wikipedia)

 

Feature Year: 1984 (9am & 9pm ET)

1984January 11 – BBC Radio 1 DJ Mike Read announces on air that he will not play the single “Relax” by Frankie Goes to Hollywood because of its suggestive lyrics. The BBC places a total ban on the record at about the same time.
January 21 – “Relax” reaches number one in the UK singles chart, despite the BBC ban; it will spend a total of 42 weeks in the Top 40.
January 27 – Michael Jackson’s scalp is burned during the filming of a Pepsi commercial and he is admitted to hospital. Around this time, Jackson also releases the title track from his Thriller album as the LP’s final single.
February 14 – Elton John marries studio engineer Renate Blauel. Joe Perry and Brad Whitford attend an Aerosmith concert and re-join the band, which embarks on a reunion tour “Back In The Saddle” later in the year.
February 16 – Jerry Lee Lewis surrenders to federal authorities on charges of income tax evasion. Lewis is later acquitted.
February 28 – Recovering from the scalp burns sustained a month earlier, Michael Jackson wins eight Grammy Awards out of twelve nominations, breaking the record for the most Grammys won in a single year. He wins seven for the critically acclaimed album Thriller and the other for his work on the audiobook for the film E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial.
February 29 – German industrial band KMFDM is founded, and holds its first performance at the Grand Palais in Paris, France.
March 1 – Sting plays his last concerts with The Police at the end of the Synchronicity tour; the band takes a “pause” after the tour and only play a few special events together after this, until 2007, when they would organize a reunion tour.
March – Alice Cooper, who has not toured for his last two albums, parts ways with his longtime label Warner Bros. and goes on hiatus from the music industry. Cooper begins mulling over plans for a comeback, which he would carry out in 1986.
April – New York rock and roll magazine Trouser Press folds after a decade, publishing its 96th and final issue.
April 1 – In Los Angeles, Marvin Gaye is shot and killed during an argument with his father.
May 1 – Mick Fleetwood, of Fleetwood Mac, files for bankruptcy in the United States.
May 2 – Lionel Richie’s hit “Hello” becomes Motown’s first ever UK million-selling single.
May 5 – The Pretenders singer Chrissie Hynde marries Simple Minds singer Jim Kerr. In Luxembourg, the Eurovision Song Contest 1984 is won by the Swedish entry, “Diggi-Loo Diggi-Ley”, performed by the Herreys.
June 8 – Billy Joel performs at Wembley Arena; the concert is later broadcast on BBC Television in two parts.
June 16 – Frankie Goes to Hollywood begin a nine-week stay at the top of the UK singles chart with “Two Tribes”.
June 18 – At the climax of a Judas Priest concert at Madison Square Garden, fans begin ripping out the cushions from the seats and throwing them on stage. Judas Priest pay damages through insurance and are banned from Madison Square Garden for life over the incident.
June 25 – Prince releases his sixth album Purple Rain; the album sells over 20 million copies and gives Prince two US number one singles with “When Doves Cry” and “Let’s Go Crazy”.
July 1 – During his performance at the first ever Cornerstone Festival in Grayslake, Illinois, Steve Taylor jumps off the stage, breaking his ankle. Taylor hops back on stage and finishes his show. The next few shows on Taylor’s tour were performed from a wheel chair.
July 10 – The last original member of Menudo, Ricky Meléndez, leaves the group and is replaced by Ricky Martin. Meanwhile, Menudomania reaches Asia in 1984.
July 14 – Eddie Van Halen makes a special guest appearance at a concert by The Jacksons in Dallas, Texas, playing the guitar solo for “Beat It” live. Selena y los Dinos release their first album Mis Primeras Grabaciones.
August 9 – Iron Maiden kicks off the World Slavery Tour in Warsaw, Poland, with shows in Hungary and Yugoslavia soon to follow. This marks the first time a Western band has ever brought a full concert production behind the Iron Curtain.
August 10 – Red Hot Chili Peppers release their debut album The Red Hot Chili Peppers.
August 25 – Kathleen Battle makes her solo recital debut at the Salzburg Festival.
August 31 – Canadian music video channel MuchMusic begins broadcasting. The first video played is Rush’s “The Enemy Within”.
September 2 – Van Halen concludes its 1984 world tour with a show in Nuremberg, Germany as part of the Monsters of Rock festival tour. This would be the band’s last concert with David Lee Roth as lead singer until 2007.
September 7 – Janet Jackson elopes with fellow singer James DeBarge. The marriage would be annulled in 1985.
September 11 – Country singer Barbara Mandrell suffers serious injuries in a head-on automobile collision on a Tennessee highway. She will make a comeback after spending over a year rehabilitating.
September 14 – The first annual MTV Video Music Awards are held in New York City. Herbie Hancock wins the most awards with five, and The Cars take the highest prize of Video Of The Year for “You Might Think”. Much attention is garnered by Madonna’s controversial performance of her hit single “Like a Virgin” in which she rolls around on the stage, revealing lacy stockings and garters, and grinds her crotch against her veil.
September 21 – The first compact disc manufacturing plant in North America opens in Terre Haute, Indiana. CDs have previously had to be expensively imported from Japan or West Germany. Bruce Springsteen’s Born in the U.S.A. is designated as the first CD ever made in the United States.
October 1 – The Canadian music video series Video Hits premieres on CBC Television.
October 23 – A report on the Ethiopian famine by BBC journalist Michael Buerk is broadcast in the UK and receives an unprecedented public response. Among those watching is Bob Geldof, who is inspired to release a charity record to raise money to help with famine relief.
October 26 – Turner Broadcasting System launches Cable Music Channel, a music video channel intended to compete directly with MTV. The first video played is “I Love L.A.” by Randy Newman. The channel would only last 34 days.
November 20 – Michael Jackson receives a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame directly in front of Mann’s Chinese Theater. Jackson leaves after only three minutes at the request of security, as the crush of 5,000 onlookers becomes a safety concern.
November 25 – The Band Aid single “Do They Know It’s Christmas?” is recorded at SARM Studios in Notting Hill, London, by a gathering of performers that includes Paul Young, Simon Le Bon, Bono, Phil Collins, Paul Weller, Sting, Boy George and Tony Hadley.
November 28 – The Bring Me Sunshine charity concert at the London Palladium, in memory of Eric Morecambe, includes musical performances by Kenny Ball & His Jazzmen, Des O’Connor and Ernie Wise.
December – Tipper Gore forms the Parents Music Resource Center (PMRC) in response to the “filth” she hears on her daughter’s Prince album Purple Rain.
December 1 – Frankie Goes to Hollywood become the first act to take their first three singles to the UK #1 position since Gerry & The Pacemakers in 1963, when “The Power of Love” tops the chart.
December 3 – Bob Geldof and Band Aid release the single “Do They Know It’s Christmas”, which becomes the fastest- selling single of all time in the UK.
December 8 – Mötley Crüe member Vince Neil is involved in a serious car accident. He is drunk at the time, and Razzle (Nicholas Dingley) of Hanoi Rocks is killed in the accident.
December 8 – Cyndi Lauper with fourth single from She’s So Unusual, “All Through the Night”, becoming the first woman in the 26-year history of Billboard Hot 100 to have four singles in the top five from the one album.
December 9 – The Jacksons conclude their Victory Tour with the last of six concerts at Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles. The tour, which consisted of 55 shows over five months, has reportedly grossed $75 million, a new industry record.
December 11 – While on tour, Bucks Fizz’s tour bus crashes. All members of the group are injured and member Mike Nolan suffers brain damage after falling into a coma.
December 13 – George Harrison makes a rare public appearance, joining Deep Purple on stage in Sydney, Australia for their encore rendition of “Lucille”.
December 31 – Def Leppard’s drummer Rick Allen loses his left arm in a car wreck. The thirteenth annual New Year’s Rockin’ Eve special airs on ABC, with appearances by Jermaine Jackson, Ronnie Milsap, Night Ranger, Scandal, John Waite and Barry Manilow. UK singles sales this year are the second highest ever, after 1978.

 

Artist Countdown: The Police Top 25 Hits 6pm ET @RadioMax

PoliceThe Police were an English rock band formed in London in 1977. For the vast majority of their history, the band consisted of Sting (lead vocals, bass), Andy Summers (guitar) and Stewart Copeland (drums). The Police became globally popular in the late 1970s and are generally regarded as one of the first new wave groups to achieve mainstream success, playing a style of rock that was influenced by punk, reggae, and jazz.

Their 1983 album, Synchronicity, was number one on both the UK Albums Chart and the US Billboard 200, and sold over 8 million copies in the US. The group disbanded in 1986, but reunited in early 2007 for a one-off world tour lasting until August 2008. The band has won a number of music awards throughout their career, including six Grammy Awards, two Brit Awards—winning Best British Group once, an MTV Video Music Award, and in 2003 were inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. The Police have sold more than 50 million albums worldwide, and were the world’s highest-earning musicians in 2008, thanks to their reunion tour.  (Source: Wikipedia)

1 Every Breath You Take
2 Every Little Thing She Does Is Magic
3 Don’t Stand So Close to Me
4 De Do Do Do, De Da Da Da
5 Wrapped Around Your Finger
6 Message in a Bottle
7 Walking on the Moon
8 Spirits in the Material World
9 Roxanne
10 King of Pain
11 Can’t Stand Losing You
12 Don’t Stand So Close to Me ’86
13 Invisible Sun
14 So Lonely
15 Synchronicity II
16 Roxanne ’97 (featuring Pras)
17 The Bed’s Too Big Without You
18 Secret Journey
19 Fall Out
20 Bring on the Night
21 Canary In A Coalmine
22 Driven To Tears
23 Miss Grandenko
24 Mother
25 Voices Inside My Head

RadioMax Top 70 – September 1, 2013 #top70

1 9 AVICCI
Wake Me Up
9 1
2 6 TAYLOR SWIFT Featuring ED SHEERAN
Everything Has Changed
6 2
3 1 ROBIN THICKE Featuring T.I. & PHARRELL
Blurred Lines
15 1
4 7 CAPITAL CITIES
Safe And Aound
14 1
5 2 KATY PERRY
Roar
4 2
6 4 P!NK Featuring LILY ALLEN
True Love
11 2
7 5 LADY GAGA
Applause
3 5
8 10 MAROON 5
Love Somebody
18 4
9 8 PASSENGER
Let Her Go
4 7
10 32 JUSTIN TIMBERLAKE
Take Back The Night
8 6
11 13 NEIGHBORHOOD
Sweater Weather
9 8
12 15 MACKLEMORE & RYAN LEWIS Featuring MARY LAMBERT
Same Love
14 8
13 16 SARA BAREILLES
Brave
20 13
14 28 ENRIQUE IGLESIAS
Turn The Night Up
6 14
15 3 IMAGINE DRAGONS
Radioactive
41 1
16 17 PHILLIP PHILLIPS
Gone, Gone, Gone
31 2
17 11 MILEY CYRUS
We Can’t Stop
13 9
18 18 LANA DEL RAY
Summertime Sadness
8 18
19 19 JASON DERULO
The Other Side
20 3
20 12 BRUNO MARS
Treasure
18 4
21 14 ONE DIRECTION
Best Song Ever
6 14
22 22 TIM MCGRAW
Southern Girl
7 22
23 24 BLAKE SHELTON
Mine Would Be You
4 21
24 27 LADY ANTEBELLUM
Goodbye Town
16 12
25 20 ONEREPUBLIC
Counting Stars
10 20
26 41 LABRINTH Featuring EMELI SANDE
Beneath Your Beautiful
12 13
27 66 LUKE BRYAN
That’s My Kind Of Night
2 27
28 21 KEITH URBAN
Little Bit Of Everything
15 13
29 26 PARAMORE
Still Into You
4 26
30 38 DARIUS RUCKER
Radio
7 30
31 44 TYLER FARR
Redneck Crazy
13 30
32 47 ROBIN THICKE
Give It 2 U
4 32
33 49 JOHN MAYER
Wildfire
3 33
34 50 WANTED
We Own The Night
3 34
35 68 BASTILLE
Pompeii
2 35
36 25 JASON ALDEAN
Night Train
8 13
37 31 FLORIDA GEORGIA LINE
Round Here
14 14
38 23 DAFT PUNK & PHARRELL
Get Lucky
18 1
39 42 JUSTIN TIMBERLAKE
Mirrors
24 1
40 43 CALVIN HARRIS & ELLIE GOULDING
I Need Your Love
22 10
41 29 WALK OFF THE EARTH
Red Hands
25 9
42 33 GAVIN DEGRAW
Best I Ever Had
10 32
43 36 MIRANDA LAMBERT
All Kinds of Kinds
10 31
44 37 JAY-Z Featuring JUSTIN TIMBERLAKE
Holy Grail
8 17
45 30 LEE BRICE
Parking Lot Party
9 21
46 40 KENNY CHESNEY
When I See This Bar
12 23
47 46 FLO RIDA
Can’t Believe It
4 46
48 65 BRAD PAISLEY
I Can’t Change The World
3 48
49 70 ZAC BROWN BAND
Sweet Annie
2 49
50 48 ICONA POP
All Night
4 48
51 35 FLORIDA GEORGIA LINE Featuring NELLY
Cruise
20 9
52 39 TAYLOR SWIFT
Red
9 27
53 51 SELENA GOMEZ
Come & Get It
20 4
54 57 BILLY CURRINGTON
Hey Girl
20 17
55 59 MACKLEMORE & RYAN LEWIS Featuring RAY DALTON
Can’t Hold Us
21 2
56 56 ICONA POP
I Love It
30 3
57 34 CARRIE UNDERWOOD
See You Again
21 18
58 55 CASSADEE POPE
Wasting All These Tears
12 45
59 69 EVERLAST
Jump Around
2 59
60 63 AVRIL LAVIGNE
Rock N Roll
3 60
61 N LORDE
Royals
1 61
62 N TRAIN & ASHLEY MONROE
Bruises
1 62
63 N BONNIE MCKEE
American Girl
1 63
64 N PAUL MCCARTNEY
New
1 64
65 N CHRIS YOUNG
Aw Naw
1 65
66 N BAND PERRY
Don’t Let Me Be Lonely
1 66
67 N SELENA GOMEZ
Slow Down
1 67
68 N FLORIDA-GEORGIA LINE
I’m In A Hurry
1 68
69 N EMINEM
Bezerk
1 69
70 N ROD STEWART
Can’t Stop Me Now
1 70
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RadioMax Top 70 Chart – August 18, 2013

1 1 ROBIN THICKE Featuring T.I. & PHARRELL
Blurred Lines
13 1
2 63 KATY PERRY
Roar
2 2
3 4 IMAGINE DRAGONS
Radioactive
39 1
4 12 TAYLOR SWIFT Featuring ED SHEERAN
Everything Has Changed
4 4
5 15 BRUNO MARS
Treasure
16 4
6 7 CAPITAL CITIES
Safe And Aound
12 1
7 58 PASSENGER
Let Her Go
2 7
8 2 P!NK Featuring LILY ALLEN
True Love
9 2
9 5 MAROON 5
Love Somebody
16 4
10 31 JUSTIN TIMBERLAKE
Mirrors
22 1
11 13 AVICCI
Wake Me Up
7 10
12 10 DAFT PUNK & PHARRELL
Get Lucky
16 1
13 14 JUSTIN TIMBERLAKE
Take Back The Night
6 6
14 28 SARA BAREILLES
Brave
18 13
15 6 PHILLIP PHILLIPS
Gone, Gone, Gone
29 2
16 16 ONE DIRECTION
Best Song Ever
4 16
17 9 MACKLEMORE & RYAN LEWIS Featuring MARY LAMBERT
Same Love
12 8
18 19 LANA DEL RAY
Summertime Sadness
6 18
19 18 FLORIDA GEORGIA LINE
Round Here
12 14
20 20 KEITH URBAN
Little Bit Of Everything
13 13
21 60 BLAKE SHELTON
Mine Would Be You
2 21
22 8 NEIGHBORHOOD
Sweater Weather
7 8
23 23 JASON ALDEAN
Night Train
6 13
24 24 TIM MCGRAW
Southern Girl
5 24
25 3 JASON DERULO
The Other Side
18 3
26 11 MILEY CYRUS
We Can’t Stop
11 9
27 47 TAYLOR SWIFT
Red
7 27
28 21 ONEREPUBLIC
Counting Stars
8 21
29 27 CARRIE UNDERWOOD
See You Again
19 18
30 59 PARAMORE
Still Into You
2 30
31 34 FLORIDA GEORGIA LINE Featuring NELLY
Cruise
18 9
32 42 MIRANDA LAMBERT
All Kinds of Kinds
8 31
33 36 GAVIN DEGRAW
Best I Ever Had
8 32
34 25 LADY ANTEBELLUM
Goodbye Town
14 12
35 32 BILLY CURRINGTON
Hey Girl
18 17
36 35 TYLER FARR
Redneck Crazy
11 30
37 39 JAY-Z Featuring JUSTIN TIMBERLAKE
Holy Grail
6 17
38 41 LEE BRICE
Parking Lot Party
7 21
39 43 SELENA GOMEZ
Come & Get It
18 4
40 45 KENNY CHESNEY
When I See This Bar
10 23
41 30 ENRIQUE IGLESIAS
Turn The Night Up
4 30
42 17 CALVIN HARRIS & ELLIE GOULDING
I Need Your Love
20 10
43 37 DARIUS RUCKER
Radio
5 37
44 44 WALK OFF THE EARTH
Red Hands
23 9
45 53 KELLY CLARKSON
Tie It Up
8 45
46 38 ELTON JOHN
Home Again
5 38
47 22 RIHANNA Featuring DAVID GUETTA
Right Now
11 11
48 26 LABRINTH Featuring EMELI SANDE
Beneath Your Beautiful
10 13
49 29 AUSTIN MAHONE
What About Love
10 18
50 33 MACKLEMORE & RYAN LEWIS Featuring RAY DALTON
Can’t Hold Us
19 2
51 40 DEMI LOVATO
Made In The U.S.A.
4 34
52 48 NIKKI WILLIAMS
Glowing
15 31
53 57 CASSADEE POPE
Wasting All These Tears
10 45
54 70 GRANT HARRISON
Just A Little More Often
2 54
55 61 FLO RIDA
Can’t Believe It
2 55
56 62 BACKSTREET BOYS
In A World Like This
2 56
57 65 ROBIN THICKE
Give It 2 U
2 57
58 49 HUNTER HAYES
I Want Crazy
19 19
59 50 ICONA POP
I Love It
28 3
60 52 FIVE FOR FIGHTING
What If
3 52
61 67 DAFT PUNK & PHARRELL WILLIAMS
Lose Yourself To Dance
2 61
62 64 ICONA POP
All Night
2 62
63 66 PHILLIP PHILLIPS
Where We Came From
2 63
64 N LADY GAGA
Applause
1 64
65 N MUMFORD & SONS
Hopeless Wanderer
1 65
66 N AVRIL LAVIGNE
Rock N Roll
1 66
67 N JOHN MAYER
Wildfire
1 67
68 N EMINEM
Survival
1 68
69 N WANTED
We Own The Night
1 69
70 N BRAD PAISLEY
I Can’t Change The World
1 70
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RadioMax Top 70 Chart – July 28, 2013

1 3 CAPITAL CITIES
Safe And Aound
9 1
2 2 ROBIN THICKE Featuring T.I. & PHARRELL
Blurred Lines
10 1
3 1 IMAGINE DRAGONS
Radioactive
36 1
4 7 MAROON 5
Love Somebody
13 4
5 5 BRUNO MARS
Treasure
13 4
6 8 JUSTIN TIMBERLAKE
Take Back The Night
3 6
7 12 P!NK Featuring LILY ALLEN
True Love
6 7
8 9 MACKLEMORE & RYAN LEWIS Featuring MARY LAMBERT
Same Love
9 8
9 4 JASON DERULO
The Other Side
15 4
10 25 AVICCI
Wake Me Up
4 10
11 14 RIHANNA Featuring DAVID GUETTA
Right Now
8 11
12 10 MILEY CYRUS
We Can’t Stop
8 9
13 33 LABRINTH Featuring EMELI SANDE
Beneath Your Beautiful
7 13
14 37 PHILLIP PHILLIPS
Gone, Gone, Gone
26 2
15 6 DAFT PUNK & PHARRELL
Get Lucky
13 1
16 22 FLORIDA GEORGIA LINE
Round Here
9 14
17 39 SELENA GOMEZ
Come & Get It
15 4
18 38 FLORIDA GEORGIA LINE Featuring NELLY
Cruise
15 9
19 45 SARA BAREILLES
Brave
15 16
20 11 CALVIN HARRIS & ELLIE GOULDING
I Need Your Love
17 10
21 41 AUSTIN MAHONE
What About Love
7 18
22 19 CARRIE UNDERWOOD
See You Again
16 18
23 13 JASON ALDEAN
Night Train
3 13
24 16 KEITH URBAN
Little Bit Of Everything
10 13
25 17 JAY-Z Featuring JUSTIN TIMBERLAKE
Holy Grail
3 17
26 20 HUNTER HAYES
I Want Crazy
16 19
27 67 PEARL JAM
Mind Your Manners
2 27
28 28 MACKLEMORE & RYAN LEWIS Featuring RAY DALTON
Can’t Hold Us
16 2
29 70 TIM MCGRAW
Southern Girl
2 29
30 31 KENNY CHESNEY
When I See This Bar
7 30
31 42 MIRANDA LAMBERT
All Kinds of Kinds
5 31
32 58 GAVIN DEGRAW
Best I Ever Had
5 32
33 63 LANA DEL RAY
Summertime Sadness
3 33
34 18 LADY ANTEBELLUM
Goodbye Town
11 12
35 21 LEE BRICE
Parking Lot Party
4 21
36 44 JUSTIN TIMBERLAKE
Mirrors
19 1
37 24 KE$HA Featuring WILL.I.AM
Crazy Kids
14 16
38 32 TAYLOR SWIFT
Red
4 32
39 57 MATCHBOX TWENTY
Our Song
16 39
40 32 JOHN MAYER
Paper Doll
6 21
41 26 ONEREPUBLIC
Counting Stars
5 26
42 36 ZAC BROWN BAND
Jump Right In
21 13
43 15 BRITNEY SPEARS
Ohh La La
6 12
44 27 BILLY CURRINGTON
Hey Girl
15 17
45 29 TOBY KEITH
Drinks After Work
7 29
46 46 JACK JOHNSON
I Got You
6 46
47 47 CASSADEE POPE
Wasting All These Tears
7 45
48 54 NEIGHBORHOOD
Sweater Weather
4 48
49 60 KELLY CLARKSON
Tie It Up
5 49
50 61 NIKKI WILLIAMS
Glowing
12 31
51 69 DARIUS RUCKER
Radio
2 51
52 59 A GREAT BIG WORLD
This Is The New Year
3 52
53 30 TYLER FARR
Redneck Crazy
8 30
54 50 FALL OUT BOY
My Songs Know What You Did In The Dark (Lighten Up)
24 3
55 43 BAND PERRY
Done
21 18
56 34 LUKE BRYAN
Crash My Party
15 19
57 35 EMBLEM 3
Chloe (You’re The One I Want)
8 35
58 40 ICONA POP
I Love It
25 3
59 49 WALK OFF THE EARTH
Red Hands
20 9
60 68 JOHN FOGERTY
Mystic Highway
2 60
61 66 ROB ZOMBIE
We’re An American Band
2 61
62 64 ELTON JOHN
Home Again
2 64
63 62 HUNTER HAYES Featuring JASON MRAZ
Everybody Got Somebody But Me
3 62
64 N DEMI LOVATO
Made In The U.S.A.
1 64
65 N TAYLOR SWIFT Featuring ED SHEERAN
Everything Has Changed
1 65
66 N ONE DIRECTION
Best Song Ever
1 66
67 N PANIC AT THE DISCO
Miss Jackson
1 67
68 N ENRIQUE IGLESIAS
Turn The Night Up
1 68
69 N ED SHEERAN
You Don’t Need Me
1 69
70 N ICONA POP
All Night
1 70
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RadioMax Top 70 Chart – July 21, 2013

1 1 IMAGINE DRAGONS
Radioactive
35 1
2 3 ROBIN THICKE Featuring T.I. & PHARRELL
Blurred Lines
9 1
3 2 CAPITAL CITIES
Safe And Aound
8 2
4 4 JASON DERULO
The Other Side
14 4
5 6 BRUNO MARS
Treasure
12 4
6 5 DAFT PUNK & PHARRELL
Get Lucky
12 1
7 7 MAROON 5
Love Somebody
12 4
8 67 JUSTIN TIMBERLAKE
Take Back The Night
2 8
9 8 MACKLEMORE & RYAN LEWIS Featuring MARY LAMBERT
Same Love
8 8
10 9 MILEY CYRUS
We Can’t Stop
7 9
11 10 CALVIN HARRIS & ELLIE GOULDING
I Need Your Love
16 10
12 16 P!NK Featuring LILY ALLEN
True Love
5 12
13 64 JASON ALDEAN
Night Train
2 13
14 14 RIHANNA Featuring DAVID GUETTA
Right Now
7 14
15 21 BRITNEY SPEARS
Ohh La La
5 12
16 17 KEITH URBAN
Little Bit Of Everything
9 13
17 63 JAY-Z Featuring JUSTIN TIMBERLAKE
Holy Grail
2 17
18 12 LADY ANTEBELLUM
Goodbye Town
10 12
19 39 CARRIE UNDERWOOD
See You Again
15 18
20 40 HUNTER HAYES
I Want Crazy
15 19
21 41 LEE BRICE
Parking Lot Party
3 21
22 15 FLORIDA GEORGIA LINE
Round Here
8 14
32 24 JOHN MAYER
Paper Doll
5 21
24 29 KE$HA Featuring WILL.I.AM
Crazy Kids
13 16
25 49 AVICCI
Wake Me Up
3 25
26 59 ONEREPUBLIC
Counting Stars
4 26
27 25 BILLY CURRINGTON
Hey Girl
14 17
28 26 MACKLEMORE & RYAN LEWIS Featuring RAY DALTON
Can’t Hold Us
15 2
29 31 TOBY KEITH
Drinks After Work
6 29
30 32 TYLER FARR
Redneck Crazy
7 30
31 33 KENNY CHESNEY
When I See This Bar
6 31
32 36 TAYLOR SWIFT
Red
3 32
33 37 LABRINTH Featuring EMELI SANDE
Beneath Your Beautiful
69 33
34 38 LUKE BRYAN
Crash My Party
14 19
35 44 EMBLEM 3
Chloe (You’re The One I Want)
7 35
36 13 ZAC BROWN BAND
Jump Right In
20 13
37 20 PHILLIP PHILLIPS
Gone, Gone, Gone
25 2
38 11 FLORIDA GEORGIA LINE Featuring NELLY
Cruise
14 9
39 19 SELENA GOMEZ
Come & Get It
14 4
40 42 ICONA POP
I Love It
24 3
41 22 AUSTIN MAHONE
What About Love
6 18
42 35 MIRANDA LAMBERT
All Kinds of Kinds
4 35
43 18 BAND PERRY
Done
20 18
44 27 JUSTIN TIMBERLAKE
Mirrors
18 1
45 28 SARA BAREILLES
Brave
14 16
46 47 JACK JOHNSON
I Got You
5 46
47 48 CASSADEE POPE
Wasting All These Tears
6 45
48 55 DEMI LOVATO
Heart Attack
21 1
49 23 WALK OFF THE EARTH
Red Hands
19 9
50 30 FALL OUT BOY
My Songs Know What You Did In The Dark (Lighten Up)
23 3
51 61 KELLIE PICKLER
Someone Womewhere Tonight
3 51
52 34 P!NK & NATE RUESS               
Just Give Me A Reason
23 1
53 43 ED SHEERAN
Lego House
26 23
54 52 NEIGHBORHOOD
Sweater Weather
3 52
55 50 EMELI SANDE
Next To Me
27 1
56 53 KELLY CLARKSON
People Like Us
18 14
57 45 MATCHBOX TWENTY
Our Song
15 45
58 46 GAVIN DEGRAW
Best I Ever Had
4 46
59 66 A GREAT BIG WORLD
This Is The New Year
2 59
60 62 KELLY CLARKSON
Tie It Up
4 60
61 60 NIKKI WILLIAMS
Glowing
11 31
62 65 HUNTER HAYES Featuring JASON MRAZ
Everybody Got Somebody But Me
2 62
63 68 LANA DEL RAY
Summertime Sadness
2 63
64 N ELTON JOHN
Home Again
1 64
65 N GEORGE STRAIT
I Believe
1 65
66 N ROB ZOMBIE
We’re An American Band
1 66
67 N PEARL JAM
Mind Your Manners
1 67
68 N JOHN FOGERTY
Mystic Highway
1 68
69 N DARIUS RUCKER
Radio
1 69
70 N TIM MCGRAW
Southern Girl
1 70
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Artist Countdown: George Michael & Wham! Top 40 Hits 6pm ET @radiomax @GeorgeMichael

GMichaelGeorge Michael (born Georgios Kyriacos Panagiòtou; (25 June 1963) is an English musician, singer, songwriter, multi-instrumentalist and record producer. Michael rose to fame in the 1980s when he formed the pop duo Wham! with his school friend, Andrew Ridgeley. His first solo single, “Careless Whisper”, was released when he was still in the duo and sold about six million copies worldwide.

As one of the world’s best-selling music artists, Michael has sold more than 100 million records worldwide as of 2010. His 1987 debut solo album, Faith, has sold more than 20 million copies worldwide and made several records and achievements in the United States. Michael has garnered seven number one singles in the UK and eight number one hits on the Billboard Hot 100 in the US. In 2008, Billboard magazine ranked Michael the 40th most successful artist on the Billboard Hot 100 Top All-Time Artists list.

Michael has won numerous music awards throughout his 30-year career, including three Brit Awards—winning Best British Male twice, four MTV Video Music Awards, four Ivor Novello Awards, three American Music Awards, and two Grammy Awards from eight nominations.

In 2004, the Radio Academy named Michael as the most played artist on British radio between the period of 1984–2004. The documentary A Different Story was released in 2005; it covered his personal life and professional career. In 2006, George Michael announced his first tour in 15 years, the worldwide 25 Live tour, spanning three individual tours over the course of three years. (Source: Wikipedia)

1 Wake Me Up Before You Go-Go   (Wham!)
2 Careless Whisper
3 Don’t Let the Sun Go Down on Me (with Elton John)
4 I Knew You Were Waiting (For Me) (with Aretha Franklin)
5 I Want Your Sex
6 Freedom   (Wham!)
7 Everything She Wants   (Wham!)
8 The Edge of Heaven
9 Jesus to a Child
10 I’m Your Man   (Wham!)
11 Faith
12 A Different Corner
13 Too Funky
14 Fastlove
15 Bad Boys   (Wham!)
16 Freeek!
17 Praying for Time
18 One More Try
19 Father Figure
20 Monkey
21 Amazing
22 Nikita (with Elton John)
23 Outside
24 Young Guns (Go for It!) (Wham!)
25 Freedom! ’90
26 Somebody to Love (with Queen)
27 Wham Rap! (Enjoy What You Do)
28 As (featuring Mary J. Blige)
29 Spinning the Wheel
30 Shoot the Dog
31 Club Tropicana   (Wham!)
32 An Easier Affair
33 Star People ’97
34 Kissing a Fool
35 If I Told You That (with Whitney Houston)
36 White Light
37 Where Did Your Heart Go?   (Wham!)
38 This Is Not Real Love (featuring Mutya Buena)
39 Older
40 You Have Been Loved

 

Artist Countdown: Lenny Kravitz Top 30 Hits 9am @radiomax

LennyKravitzLeonard Albert “Lenny” Kravitz (born May 26, 1964) is an American singer-songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, record producer, actor and arranger, whose “retro” style incorporates elements of rock, soul, R&B, funk, reggae, hard rock, psychedelic, folk and ballads. In addition to singing lead and backing vocals, Kravitz often played all the guitar, bass, drums, keyboards and percussion himself when recording. He is known for his elaborate stage performances and music videos.

He won the Grammy Award for Best Male Rock Vocal Performance four years in a row from 1999 to 2002, breaking the record for most wins in that category as well as setting the record for most consecutive wins in one category by a male. He has been nominated for and won other awards, including American Music Awards, MTV Video Music Awards, Radio Music Awards, BRIT Awards and Blockbuster Entertainment Awards. On December 1, 2011, Kravitz was made an Officer of the Ordre des Arts et des Lettres. He plays the role of Cinna in The Hunger Games film series. (Source: Wikipedia)

1 Fly Away
2 Are You Gonna Go My Way
3 It Ain’t Over ’til It’s Over
4 Believe
5 Again
6 American Woman
7 Rock and Roll Is Dead
8 I’ll Be Waiting
9 Where Are We Runnin’?
10 Always on the Run
11 Let Love Rule
12 Stillness of Heart
13 Dig In
14 If You Can’t Say No
15 Heaven Help
16 Is There Any Love in Your Heart
17 Stand by My Woman
18 I Belong to You
19 Believe in Me
20 I Build This Garden for Us
21 Show Me Your Soul (with P. Diddy, Loon and Pharrell)
22 Can’t Get You Off My Mind
23 California
24 Stand
25 Superlove
26 Deuce
27 Lady
28 Rock Star City Life
29 Black and White America
30 Mr. Cab Driver