CLASSIC TOP 40 RADIO

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Fresh FAB 40
For The Week Beginning

January 21, 2018


REELRADIO
FAB 40!

Week Ending 01-20-18
907 of 1025 (88%) RESPONDED
397 TOTAL HOURS REPORTED THIS WEEK
560 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.

12/3001/0601/13NOW - Week Ending 01-20-18WKS
ON
---1 Robert W. Morgan, KIQQ-FM Los Angeles, January 19742
1112 Todd Chase, KQV Pittsburgh PA 19686
--173 Dan Ingram, WABC NY July 22, 1967 Pt.23
--184 Steve York, WCFL Chicago, January 14, 19713
-1125 The Real Don Steele, KHJ Los Angeles, January 8, 19704
--406 The Real Don Steele, KIQQ-FM Los Angeles, January 19743
--307 Harry Harrison, WABC New York, January 16, 19793
-1778 Bob Dearborn, Tom Murphy, WCFL Chicago January 5, 19734
3339 George Michael, WABC New York, December 19, 197411
---10 Johnny Holliday, KYA San Francisco Top 30 of 1967, December 9, 19672
-271411 Bob Moody, CKLW Logger December 31, 1973 Pt. 14
2028412 The Real Don Steele, KHJ Los Angeles, July 4, 19685
--1113 The Real Don Steele, KHJ Los Angeles, May 25, 1968 Pt. 2 (restored)3
-351214 Dan Ingram, WABC New York, January 16, 19794
-192415 Jim Quinn, KQV Pittsburgh PA, 1968 (unscoped)4
--2816 Ron O'Brien, WCFL Chicago, November 19753
---17 The Real Don Steele, KHJ Los Angeles September 19682
--1618 Joe O'Brien, WMCA New York, NY February 24, 19653
---19 Charlie Tuna, KHJ Los Angeles, January 9, 19712
---20 Charlie Van Dyke, KHJ Los Angeles January 19742
---21 The Real Don Steele, KHJ, June 17 19702
-8822 Tiger Bob Raleigh, WPGC Washington D.C. July 20 19694
741523 Tommy Edwards, WOR-FM NY December 1971 (RESTORED)6
29143924 Gary Gears, WLS Chicago, April 1, 19717
---25 The Last Day of TenQ, Los Angeles - Part Zero2
---26 Larry Lujack, WLS Chicago, January 27, 19782
-37927 Roby Yonge, WQAM Miami FL January 7, 19694
---28 Johnny Holliday KYA San Francisco CA October 21, 19672
--2929 Murray The K, Mad Daddy, WINS New York, October 1964 (RESTORED)3
---30 Jack Armstrong, WJAS Pittsburgh, PA. March 14, 19732
24262331 Don Clark, KOL Seattle, December 25, 19706
2371032 Jimmy King, WOR-FM to WXLO, New York, October 23,19725
---33 Bill Shirk, WXLW Indianapolis, IN February 19742
--2634 Howard Hoffman, WALL Middletown, NY March 19753
---35 Dan Ingram, WABC NY July 20, 19682
---36 Larry O'Brien, WCFL Chicago, April 21, 19712
---37 Bobby Noonan, KISN Vancouver WA (Portland), 19722
--2138 Bob Moody, CKLW Windsor-Detroit, December 31, 1973, Pt.33
---39 Ron O'Brien, WXLO 99X New York, May 7, 1975 Pt.22
---40 The Last Day of TenQ Los Angeles July 31, 1979 Pt.12

 
ONE YEAR AGO THIS WEEK
 HITBOUND 2017-01-22 
NO HITBOUNDS THIS DATE
 
TWO YEARS AGO THIS WEEK
 HITBOUND 2016-01-24 
Joe O'Brien, WMCA New York, NY February 24, 1965
Joe O'Brien, WMCA New York, NY February 24, 1965 (scoped)
Joey Reynolds, KSFO/KYA-FM San Francisco October 19, 1988
Joey Reynolds, KSFO/KYA-FM San Francisco October 19, 1988 (scoped)
 
THREE YEARS AGO THIS WEEK
 HITBOUND 2015-01-25 
NYC Jingles - WOR-FM
 
FOUR YEARS AGO THIS WEEK
 HITBOUND 2014-01-26 
Joe Donovan, WHAS Louisville, KY January 17, 1997, 3-4 AM
Joe Donovan, WHAS Louisville, KY January 17, 1997, 3-4 AM (scoped)
The Big 610, KFRC, Feb 17 1986 Pt. 30 (150-142)
The Big 610, KFRC, Feb 17 1986 Pt. 30 (150-142) (scoped)
 
FIVE YEARS AGO THIS WEEK
 HITBOUND 2013-01-20 
Robert W. Morgan, KHJ HORR, February 23, 1969 3AM-4AM
Bobby St. Thomas, KBLA Los Angeles, September 25, 1966
Bobby St. Thomas, KBLA Los Angeles, September 25, 1966 (scoped)
 
SIX YEARS AGO THIS WEEK
 HITBOUND 2012-01-15 
Bob Robin (Sticht) WHB Kansas City February 3, 1961
Bill Heywood, KOY Phoenix, November 28-29 1977
Bill Bailey: A Louisville Legend, Part One
Bill Bailey: A Louisville Legend, Part Two
 
SEVEN YEARS AGO THIS WEEK
 HITBOUND 2011-01-16 
Bobby Wizard Wayne, WCBS-FM NY July 12 1971 Pt. 2 (restored)
Bobby Wizard Wayne, WCBS-FM NY July 12 1971 Pt. 2 (scoped)
John Records Landecker, WLS Chicago, June 7, 1977
John Records Landecker, WLS Chicago, June 7, 1977 (scoped)
 

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