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FAB 40!

Week Ending 05-28-16
1137 of 1257 (90%) RESPONDED
531 TOTAL HOURS REPORTED THIS WEEK
610 TITLES CHARTED THIS WEEK

The FAB 40 is determined by actual REELRADIO listeners and ranked by SHARE of total listening time in the previous week by Real Players configured to report. Additional explanation and expanded data is available. These reports are updated weekly and provide full listings of all Repository content streamed in the past week.

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-HB11 Jack Armstrong, WJAS Pittsburgh, PA. March 14, 19733
-HB22 Bobby Ocean, KFRC San Francisco, July 29, 19863
-HB33 The Golden Year 19573
1254 JJ Jeffrey, Chuck Knapp, WRKO Top 300 19677
2175 Johnny Holliday, KYA San Francisco Top 30 of 1967, December 9, 19677
9346 The Real Don Steele, KHJ Los Angeles May 3 19675
-36377 Johnny Holliday KYA San Francisco CA October 21, 19674
-568 Buzz Bennett, WTIX New Orleans, May 21, 19674
27499 Sebastian Stone, WOR-FM New York NY May 18, 1970 Pt.15
--2310 Ron Lundy, Dan Ingram, WABC NY October 14, 19703
-191311 Dennis Quinn, WPIX-FM New York, October 1, 19744
31121012 The Real Don Steele, KHJ Los Angeles July 3 19675
---13 The Real Don Steele, KHJ Los Angeles March 21 19702
-261114 Mitch Michael, WKLO Louisville, KY May 16, 1967 Part One4
---15 The Real Don Steele, KHJ Los Angeles, January 8, 19702
---16 Tom Maule, KHJ Los Angeles, 19672
--3617 The Real Don Steele, KHJ Los Angeles, June 27, 19683
-221618 Jim O'Brien, WOR-FM New York, May 2, 19684
---19 Tiger Bob Raleigh, WPGC Washington D.C. July 20 19692
---20 Al Brady, WOR-FM New York NY October 17, 19692
---21 Robert W. Morgan, KHJ Los Angeles, February 21, 1969, 3PM-4PM2
-331822 Mitch Michael, WKLO Louisville, KY May 16, 1967 Part Two4
--2723 Ken Levine, KFI Los Angeles, July 14, 19843
---24 WPIX-FM Casey Kasem American Top 40 July 4th 19762
---25 Robert W. Morgan, KHJ Los Angeles, February 21, 1969, 2PM-3PM2
---26 Ben O'Brien, WAUG Augusta, GA. September 24, 19742
---27 The Real Don Steele, KHJ Los Angeles, July 4, 19682
---28 Eddie Rogers, WEAM Washington D.C. April 26 19722
--2929 Robert W. Morgan KHJ HRR Hours 17-18, 1969-02-223
---30 Lee Simms, KCBQ San Diego, November 20, 1970 Pt. 1 (restored)2
---31 Steve O'Shea, WCBS-FM New York, June 28-29, 1970 (RESTORED)2
--3532 Barney Pip, WCFL Chicago, May 11, 19683
---33 Jack Armstrong, WKBW Buffalo, NY March 1971 Pt.22
---34 Todd Chase, KQV Pittsburgh PA 19682
---35 Lee Simms, KCBQ San Diego, November 20, 1970 Pt. 2 (restored)2
---36 Gus Gossert, WCBS-FM New York, May 12, 1970 Part One2
---37 Jack Armstrong, Ron O'Brien, KFI Los Angeles November 20, 19802
--3338 Ron O'Brien, KUDL-FM Kansas City, October 19703
--2839 The Real Don Steele, KTNQ Los Angeles, May 16, 19773
---40 Chuck Leonard, WABC NY December 27, 1968 Pt.12

 
ONE YEAR AGO THIS WEEK
 HITBOUND 2015-05-31 
Larry Lujack, WCFL Chicago, June 6, 1975
Larry Lujack, WCFL Chicago, June 6, 1975 (scoped)
Ron Lundy, WCBS-FM New York, NY May 14, 1984 Pt.1
Ron Lundy, WCBS-FM New York, NY May 14, 1984 Pt.1 (scoped)
Paul Freeman, KNAK Salt Lake City, UT June 27, 1970 (scoped)
Jimmy Rabbitt, KRLA Los Angeles CA. February 27, 1970 (scoped)
 
TWO YEARS AGO THIS WEEK
 HITBOUND 2014-06-01 
JJ McKay, WPGC Morningside-Washington D.C. July 5, 1982
JJ McKay, WPGC Morningside-Washington D.C. July 5, 1982 (scoped)
Jim Stagg, WCFL Chicago, March-April 1966 (composite)
Jim Stagg, WCFL Chicago, March-April 1966 (composite) (scoped)
 
THREE YEARS AGO THIS WEEK
 HITBOUND 2013-05-26 
Larry Lujack, WLS Chicago, IL. April 26, 1971
Larry Lujack, WLS Chicago, IL. April 26, 1971 (scoped)
Don Imus, WNBC New York, 1973
Don Imus, WNBC New York, 1973 (scoped)
 
FOUR YEARS AGO THIS WEEK
 HITBOUND 2012-05-27 
Robert W. Morgan, KHJ Los Angeles, May 27, 1968 (restored)
Robert W. Morgan, KHJ Los Angeles, May 27, 1968 (scoped)
Johnny Donovan, WOR-FM New York March 16, 1969 (unscoped)
Johnny Donovan, WOR-FM New York March 16, 1969 (scoped)
Steve King, WLS Chicago, June 7, 1977 (unscoped)
Steve King, WLS Chicago, June 7, 1977 (scoped)
 

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