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Date Posted: 11:32:52 04/06/15 Mon
Author: Garage Rocker
Subject: Was there a LOCAL top 40 countdown show.

After reading the thread about Casey Kasem's and Rick Dees' top 40 countdown shows, a question occurred to me. Since anyone had access to the Billboard lists, there wasn't anything standing in the way of a local station producing their own Top 40 countdown show. I recall one of the AM top 40 stations doing a top five or ten countdown in the 60s, but I can't remember which one. I don't recall any local Top 40 countdown shows. Were there any? I'm talking about a weekly show, not the New Years Eve special year-end countdown shows.

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