It’s the Original American Top 40 with Casey Kasem featuring hits from 1978 and 1984 … presented by Lafayette Village!
Join us on the fourth Sunday, April through November from 12 pm to 4 pm, for an outdoor Market with all local artists. Take a stroll through The Village, enjoy music, shop at The Village shops, and explore the various local artists of Triangle Pop Up in the corridors. You’ll be sure to find something for everyone at these monthly events. Be sure to keep an eye on our social media to see an updated list of the local artist that will be joining us each month. Due to Covid-19, we are asking all guests to please wear masks or face coverings and to practice social distancing while shopping and enjoying the festivities. There will be so much to explore from 6 ft. apart!
Saturday on AT40 hear the big songs this week 1981. Rick Springfield was on TV’s ‘General Hospital’ and on your radio with “Jessie’s Girl”…more TV rock with “The Greatest American Hero” theme…enjoy a little country from The Oak Ridge Boys, and The Statler Brothers with their smash “Elvira”…and Kim Carnes is set to begin an amazing run at #1 with “Bette Davis Eyes”, but she has to get by the “Stars on 45 Medley” first! Back to The 80s every Saturday 6-10 am, with an encore presentation 8-midnight on KIX.
Sunday morning on AT40, Casey Kasem plays back the hits this week 1976! Paul McCartney is looking strong with “Silly Love Songs” at #1 for the past two weeks…” Sara Smile” is the first top ten songs for newcomers Hall and Oates… feel free to “Get Up and Boogie” with this hit by Silver Convention, and have a “Love Hangover” with Diana Ross…and we can’t blame you if you find yourself singing along to the cheesy “Afternoon Delight” by The Starland Vocal Band! The Countdown, Casey’s stories, and the Long Distance Dedications…every Sunday 9-noon, only on KIX.