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Artist Countdown: Chuck Jackson Top 20 Hits 6pm ET @RadioMax


Chuck Jackson (born July 22, 1937) is an American R&B singer, who was one of the first artists to record material by Burt Bacharach and Hal David successfully. He has performed with moderate success since 1961. His hits include “I Don’t Want to Cry,” “Any Day Now,” “I Keep Forgettin'” and “All Over the World”.

He was born in Latta, South Carolina, but was raised in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

1 Any Day Now
2 I Don’t Want To Cry
3 Tell Him I’m Not Home  (w/ Doris Troy)
4 If I Didn’t Love You
5 Something You Got  (w/ Maxine Brown)
6 (It Never Happens) In Real Life
7 I Wake Up Crying
8 Hold On I’m Coming  (w/ Maxine Brown)
9 Shame On Me
10 I Need You So  (w/ Maxine Brown)
11 Are You Lonely For Me Baby
12 Daddy’s Home  (w/ Maxine Brown)
13 I Will Never Turn My Back On You
14 I’m Needing You, Wanting You
15 I Only Get This Feeling
16 Honey Come Back
17 Beg Me
18 Since I Don’t Have You
19 I Wanna Give You Some Love
20 (You Can’t Let the Boy Overpower) The Man in You

Artist Countdown: Kansas Top 20 Hits 8pm ET

KansasKansas is an American progressive rock band that became popular in the 1970s initially on album-oriented rock charts, and later with hit singles such as “Carry On Wayward Son” and “Dust in the Wind“. They currently tour in North America and Europe.

Their self-titled debut album was released in March 1974, nearly a year after it was recorded in New York. It defined the band’s signature sound, a mix of American-style boogie rock and complex, symphonic arrangements with changing time signatures. Steinhardt’s violin was a distinctive element of the group’s sound, being defined more by heartland rock than the jazz and classic influences which most progressive rock violinists followed. The band slowly developed a cult following, due to promotion by Kirshner and extensive touring for the debut album and its two follow-ups, Song for America and Masque.

Kansas released its fourth album, Leftoverture, in October 1976, which produced a hit single, “Carry On Wayward Son”, in 1977. The follow-up, Point of Know Return, released in October 1977, featured the title track and “Dust in the Wind,” both hit singles.

On March 1, 2013, Kansas announced a 40th anniversary celebration was in the works. “Celebrating 40 years as a band, legendary American Progressive Rock Band KANSAS is taking a break from their regular touring schedule to say ‘thank you’ to their legions of loyal ‘Wheatheads’ with a once-in-a-lifetime fan appreciation concert scheduled for August 17, 2013 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.” their press release read.

The statement continued, “To start the concert KANSAS will perform a set backed by a 35-piece symphony orchestra. Following an intermission, KANSAS will then rock out a traditional band set of classics from their repertoire. The night will be highlighted by special guest appearances throughout the concert by original members Dave Hope, Kerry Livgren, and Robby Steinhardt – marking the first time all original members of the band will be on the same stage together in more than 30 years.”

Source: Wikipedia

1 Dust in the Wind
2 All I Wanted
3 Play the Game Tonight
4 Carry On Wayward Son
5 Point of Know Return
6 Fight Fire With Fire
7 People of the South Wind
8 Right Away
9 Stand Beside Me
10 Lonely Wind
11 Power
12 Portrait (He Knew)
13 Everybody’s My Friend
14 Hold On
15 Reason to Be
16 Chasing Shadows
17 Got to Rock On
18 What’s on My Mind
19 Can I Tell You
20 Bringing It Back