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Artist Countdown: REO Speedwagon Top 30 Hits 2pm ET @kcreospeedwagon

REO SpeedwagonREO Speedwagon (originally styled as R.E.O. Speedwagon) is an American rock band. Formed in 1967, the band cultivated a following during the 1970s and achieved significant commercial success throughout the 1980s. Hi Infidelity (1980) contained four US Top 40 hits and is the group’s best-selling album, with over ten million copies sold. Over the course of its career, the band has sold more than 40 million records and has charted thirteen Top 40 hits, including the number ones “Keep On Loving You” and “Can’t Fight This Feeling“. REO Speedwagon’s mainstream popularity dissipated in the 1990s but the band remains a popular live act. (Source: Wikipedia)

1 Can’t Fight This Feeling
2 Keep on Loving You
3 Take It on the Run
4 One Lonely Night
5 Keep the Fire Burnin’
6 That Ain’t Love
7 In My Dreams
8 Here with Me
9 I Do’ Wanna Know
10 Don’t Let Him Go
11 In Your Letter
12 Roll with the Changes
13 Variety Tonight
14 Love Is a Rock
15 Live It Up
16 Time for Me to Fly
17 Stillness of the Night
18 Find Your Own Way Home
19 Can’t Stop Rockin
20 Tough Guys
21 Sweet Time
22 The Key
23 Live Every Moment
24 Good Trouble
25 Out of Season
26 Sophisticated Lady
27 Ridin’ the Storm Out
28 Keep Pushin’
29 Only the Strong Survive
30 One True Man

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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Artist Countdown: Simply Red Top 30 Hits 6pm ET @radiomax @SimplyRedHQ

simplyredSimply Red were an English soul band that sold more than 50 million albums over a 25-year career. Their style drew upon influences ranging from blue-eyed soul, New Romantic, and rock to reggae and jazz. From their early days, the main driving force behind the band was singer Mick Hucknall, who, by the time the band was disbanded in 2010, was the only original member left. At the 1992 and 1993 Brit Awards they received the award for Best British Group. (Source: Wikipedia)

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1 If You Don’t Know Me By Now
2 Something Got Me Started
3 Stars
4 Fairground
5 Sunrise
6 It’s Only Love
7 The Right Thing
8 Money’s Too Tight (To Mention)
9 Holding Back the Years
10 For Your Babies
11 A New Flame
12 Ain’t That a Lot of Love
13 Say You Love Me
14 Infidelity
15 Perfect Love
16 You Make Me Feel Brand New
17 Angel
18 Fake
19 So Not Over You
20 Oh! What a Girl!
21 We’re in This Together
22 Ev’ry Time We Say Goodbye
23 Remembering the First Time
24 You’ve Got It
25 The Air That I Breathe
26 Open Up the Red Box
27 Come to My Aid
28 Your Mirror
29 Thrill Me
30 Jericho

Artist Countdown: Dr. Hook & The Medicine Show Top 25 Hits 2pm ET

dr.hookDr. Hook & the Medicine Show, shortened in 1975 to Dr. Hook, was an American rock band, formed around Union City, New Jersey. They enjoyed considerable commercial success in the 1970s with hit singles including “Sylvia’s Mother“, “The Cover of the Rolling Stone“, “A Little Bit More” and “When You’re in Love with a Beautiful Woman“. In addition to their own material, Dr. Hook and the Medicine Show performed songs written by the poet Shel Silverstein.

The Medicine Show’s lineup changed a few more times over the years. When David left the group in 1973, he was replaced by John Wolters. The next to depart was founding band member Cummings, who left in 1975 due to personal and musical differences. The band did not initially replace him. When Elswit was diagnosed with cancer a couple of years later, the band added Bob “Willard” Henke (formerly of Goose Creek Symphony). Elswit recovered and returned to the lineup, but they kept Henke on as well for a while. When Henke left in 1980, they added Rod Smarr. In 1978 the group had a gig in the Ulster Hall in Belfast where they met a young amateur guitarist Rick Wilson who had written some love songs based on a theme the group liked. They bought two of these songs and used one in their next album named after the writers hometown of Whiteabbey called on the white lough shore . The writer unfortunately signed a royalty deal on the songs which are believed to have been sold for £2000 which was a fair sum at the time.

The band had eight years of regular chart hits, in both the U.S. and the UK, and greatest success with their later gentler material, as Dr. Hook.

Source – Wikipedia

1 When You’re in Love with a Beautiful Woman
2 Sharing the Night Together
3 A Little Bit More
4 Sexy Eyes
5 Better Love Next Time
6 Only Sixteen
7 If Not You
8 Sylvia’s Mother
9 Years From Now
10 Walk Right In
11 All the Time in the World
12 The Cover of the Rolling Stone
13 Baby Makes Her Blue Jeans Talk
14 Girls Can Get It
15 Loveline
16 The Millionaire
17 The Wild Colonial Boy
18 More Like the Movies
19 What A Way To Go
20 A Couple More Years
21 Carry Me, Carrie
22 Roland the Roadie and Gertrude the Groupie
23 Life Ain’t Easy
24 That Didn’t Hurt Too Bad
25 The Ballad of Lucy Jordon

Artist Countdown: Night Ranger Top 20 Hits/Tracks 8pm ET

nightrangerNight Ranger is an American rock band from San Francisco that gained popularity during the 1980s with a series of albums and singles. The band’s first five albums sold more than 10 million copies worldwide. The quintet is perhaps best known for the power ballad “Sister Christian“, which peaked at No. 5 in June 1984.

After their success waned in the late 1980s, the band split up in 1989 and its members pursued other musical endeavours including group and solo efforts. Several members released an album without original singer/bassist Jack Blades in 1995, but the band soon re-united to release two new albums in the latter half of the decade. Despite the departure of original keyboardist Alan Fitzgerald and guitarist Jeff Watson, the band has continued to tour and remains very popular in Asian countries, especially Japan. -Wikipedia

1 Sister Christian
2 Sentimental Street
3 When You Close Your Eyes
4 Four in the Morning (I Can’t Take Anymore)
5 Goodbye
6 Don’t Tell Me You Love Me
7 (You Can Still) Rock in America
8 The Secret of My Success
9 I Did It for Love
10 Sing Me Away
11 Hearts Away
12 New York Time
13 Sign Of The Times
14 Growing Up In California
15 Young Girl In Love
16 Rumours In The Air
17 This Boy Needs To Rock
18 Interstate Love Affair
19 Do You Feel Like We Do / Tomorrow Never Knows
20 Hole In The Sun

 

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

Artist Countdown: Bananarama Top 25 Hits 7pm ET

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Bananarama are an English female pop band who have had success on the pop and dance charts since 1982. Rather than relying on harmony, the band generally sings in unison, as do their background vocalists. Although there have been line-up changes, the group enjoyed most success as a trio made up of lifelong[citation needed] friends Siobhan Fahey, Keren Woodward and Sara Dallin. In the 1980s, Bananarama were listed in the Guinness World Records as the all female group with the most chart entries in the world, a record which they still hold. Since 1992, Woodward and Dallin have continued Bananarama as a duo. -Wikipedia

 

1 Venus
2 Love in the First Degree
3 I Heard a Rumour
4 Help! (featuring Lananeeneenoonoo)
5 Shy Boy
6 I Want You Back
7 Cruel Summer
8 I Can’t Help It
9 Robert De Niro’s Waiting…
10 Love, Truth and Honesty
11 It Ain’t What You Do (It’s the Way That You Do It) (with Fun Boy Three)
12 Move in My Direction
13 Na Na Hey Hey Kiss Him Goodbye
14 Really Saying Something (featuring Fun Boy Three)
15 Preacher Man
16 Rough Justice
17 Long Train Running
18 More Than Physical
19 Nathan Jones
20 Only Your Love
21 Movin’ On
22 A Trick of the Night
23 Waterloo
24 Every Shade of Blue
25 Some Girls