It’s the Original American Top 40 with Casey Kasem. This weekend, it’s the hits from 1977 and 1983. Presented this week by Brigs Restaurants! Open for dine-in and pick up. This month’s specials include Blackberry Pancakes. You can also enjoy the Caprese salad, the Caprese burger or Caprese chicken sandwich. See more at Brigs.com.
Saturday on AT40 it’s the big songs this week 1983. We were buying those newfangled Compact Discs by The Eurythmics, Duran Duran, and Eddy Grant…”Flashdance” was the hot movie and has a couple of songs in the countdown. Donna Summer is working Hard For The Money moving up the charts, but The Police will be hard to beat, enjoying five weeks at #1 with “Every Breath You Take”. Bonus: Our wacky song of the week is “Putting’ On The Ritz” by Taco! The songs you know and love, some One Hit Wonders, and surprises too…Back to the 80s, every Saturday 6-10 am, with an encore presentation 8-midnight on KIX.
Sunday morning on AT40, KIX time-travels with the top of the pops this week 1977. It’s a happy musical world where Barbra Streisand, Alice Cooper, The Commodores, and Shaun Cassidy all peacefully co-exist in the Top Ten. They are a bit jealous of Andy Gibb though: he’s at #1 for the second week with “I Just Want to Be Your Everything”. Jimmy Buffett has a new song “Margaritaville” and it looks like a winner. And just for fun, it’s the slightly naughty “Telephone Man” by Meri Wilson!
The countdown, Casey’s stories, and the Long Distance dedications…every Sunday 9-noon, only on KIX.