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Saturday on AT40, hear the big songs from this week in 1982! “Chariots of Fire” was popular in the theaters and on the music charts. Newbies Huey Lewis and The News have their first hit, “Do You Believe in Love.” One-hit-wonder Tommy Tutone was on the charts with the phone number that everybody was calling: “867-5309.” Yacht Rockers Bertie Higgins with “Key Largo” and Paul Davis with “65 Love Affair” are making strides in the Top 10, but the women rule the charts with Joan Jett and The Go Gos vying for #1! Enjoy two chances to hear AT40 this Saturday on KIX: from 6am-10am and from 8pm-midnight.
Sunday morning on KIX, Casey Kasem hosts an American Top 40 show that originally aired this week in 1973! Space exploration is top of mind with the theme from “2001” as well as David Bowie’s “Space Oddity.” A brand-new band called Steely Dan premieres with “Reeling in The Years.” Vicki Lawrence tells the lurid story of “The Night the Lights Went Out in Georgia.” And Tony Orlando and Dawn are looking to have their first #1 with a song your parents danced to: “Tie A Yellow Ribbon!” Tune in for The Countdown, Casey’s stories, and the Long Distance Dedications every Sunday from 9am-noon, only on KIX.