The Greatest Top 40 Stations Of All Time!

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The Greatest Top 40 Stations Of All Time!

Post by Lester » Thu Aug 10, 2017 9:07 pm

Radio Ink recruited two of the best programming minds in the business, Lee Abrams and Randy Michaels, to answer this question: “What are the greatest Top 40 stations of all time?” Here’s how they stacked them up … and your lively debate, comments and disagreements on how they did.

http://radioink.com/2017/08/15/greatest ... ions-time/

WVAQ getting some love, although I'd have to question if he's ever heard them, since Lacy wasn't a "longtime morning man".

Besides, everyone knows late 70's through late 80's WKEE was the best top 40 to ever grace Appalachia. :D

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Re: The Greatest Top 40 Stations Of All Time!

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Re: The Greatest Top 40 Stations Of All Time!

Post by Lester » Wed Aug 16, 2017 10:55 am

They altered the link for some reason. I've updated the original post.

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Re: The Greatest Top 40 Stations Of All Time!

Post by 640radio » Wed Aug 16, 2017 10:06 pm

Thanks for updating the link.

I was disappointed to see WCFL at the bottom of the list. For my ears, it was a better station than WLS in the years I listened...1967-1971. But, I do have many hours of Larry Lujack air checks from WLS. Ken Draper got CFL off to a great start with a stable of legendary DJs

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