'70s on 7

'70s Pop Hits

Ch. 7
  Browse Channels  

Top Pick
Lonnie Jordan

Guest DJ: Lonnie Jordan of WAR with ‘70s Songs I Sing In The Shower’

Airs Thursday 7/24 at 12 pm & 5 pm ET
Replaying Friday 7/25 at 1 am & 10 pm ET, Saturday 7/26 at 8 am ET, and Sunday 7/27 at 4 am & 3 pm

Lonnie Jordan declared War in ’69. The band from Long Beach, CA with Latin-influenced funk conquered the charts of the ‘70s, starting with ‘Spill The Wine’ with singer Eric Burdon.  It’s a song Lonnie loves to belt out too, in the echo chamber of a shower while scrubbin’ the bubbles. As War’s only remaining original member, the singer/keyboardist is always sprinkling in a hit or two in the shower to practice for the ‘Up In Smoke’ Cheech & Chong tour this summer. War has a new album too called  ‘Evolutionary’.  Listen for a sample as you soak up his surprising 10 favorites!

Top Pick
Mark Farner

Guest DJ: Mark Farner plays his Favorite Michigan Acts Of The ‘70s

Airs Monday 7/21 at 12 pm & 5 pm ET
Replays Tuesday 7/22 at 1 am & 10 pm, Wednesday 7/23 at 8 am, Thursday 7/24 at 4 am & 3 pm

Grand Funk Railroad’s music is rooted in the blue collar town of Flint, Michigan. Most of it written by Mark Farner, the band’s former guitarist and singer who is road-bound again this summer soloing on the Happy Together Tour with Chuck Negron (formerly of Three Dog Night) and others.  Mark will illustrate that Michigan was an important breeding ground for American music of the ‘70s by playing his favorite songwriters and performers of the ‘Mitten State’.  And yes, he’ll bring along a “Trunk Full of ‘Funk!”

Casey Kasem's American Top 40
Countdown 1978

Chart Recap: As heard on the weekend of July 19, 2014

Week of July 15, 1978

40: I’ve Had Enough - Wings
39: Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow – Dave Mason
38: Love Or Something Like It – Kenny Rogers
37: Only The Good Die Young – Billy Joel
36: Can We Still Be Friends – Todd Rundgren
35: Prove It All Night – Bruce Springsteen
34: Love Is Like Oxygen - Sweet
33: You’re The One That I Want – John Travolta & Olivia Newton-John
32: Stay – Jackson Browne
31: Hot Love, Cold World – Bob Welch
30: King Tut – Steve Martin & The Toot Uncommons
29: Songbird – Barbra Streisand
28: I’m Not Gonna Let It Bother Me Tonight – Atlanta Rhythm Section
27: You Belong To Me – Carly Simon
26: Magnet And Steel – Walter Egan
25: If Ever I See You Again – Roberta Flack
24: Thank God It’s Friday – Love & Kisses
23: Fm (No Static At All) – Steely Dan
22: My Angel Baby – Toby Beau
21: Three Times A Lady – The Commodores
20: Hot Blooded - Foreigner
19: Life’s Been Good – Joe Walsh
18: I Can’t Stand The Rain - Eruption
17: Copacabana (At The Copa) – Barry Manilow
16: Wonderful Tonight – Eric Clapton
15: Runaway – Jefferson Starship
14: Love Will Find A Way – Pablo Cruise
13: Two Out Of Three Ain’t Bad – Meat Loaf
12: Bluer Than Blue – Michael Johnson
11: Grease – Frankie Valli
10: Last Dance – Donna Summer
9: It’s A Heartache – Bonnie Tyler
8: Dance With Me – Peter Brown
7: The Groove Line - Heatwave
6: Miss You – The Rolling Stones
5: Still The Same – Bob Seger & The Silver Bullet Band
4: Use Ta Be My Girl – O’jays
3: Take A Chance On Me - Abba
2: Baker Street – Gerry Rafferty
1: Shadow Dancing – Andy Gibb

On the Air

Time Zone:  ET | CT | MT | PT


Platform:  Sirius | XM | SiriusXM

Sorry, program information is not available for the selected platform.

  • "Magic" Matt Alan | email
    Weekdays 6 am - 12 pm ET
    Saturdays 2:15 pm - 9 pm ET
    "Magic" Matt Alan started in show biz at the tender age of 10, swallowing razor blades for an audience of Boy Scouts. At age 12, Matt became America's youngest talk show host. He's a lover of the good life, whether it's a well-marbled Cajun rib eye steak, a fine cigar or a perfectly shaken martini.

  • Jaybeau Jones | email
    Sundays - Fridays 12 pm - 6 pm ET
    From a gig in Worcester, MA at 16, to programming in Boston, Chicago, and Hartford, CT, Jaybeau Jones can't seem to shake the love of radio! Author of Heroes Mentors and Friends (Balboa Press), Jaybeau lists HIS heroes as his kids Jordan and Matthew, as well as his sweetheart Heidi … also a DJ! 

  • JJ Walker | email
    Sunday - Friday 6 pm ET
    Saturdays 6 am ET
    Fun-lovin' JJ Walker loves entertaining listeners with wall-to-wall, commercial-free '70s hit music. For decades, he rocked radio stations in NYC, Miami, Detroit, Philly, D.C. and K.C. He hates sushi, can’t recall being abducted by aliens, but has vivid memories of his 1972 Dodge Dart Swinger.

  • Dennis "The Menace" | email
    Saturdays and Sundays at 12 am-4 am ET

    Dennis’ break in the radio biz occurred while working as an intern at a station. The overnight disc jockey never showed up. To this day, his whereabouts are unknown.

  • Casey Kasem | email
    Saturdays 12 pm ET
    Sundays 9 am ET
    Mondays 12 am ET

    Kasem's friendly, "crackling" voice was his trademark. Immortalized in the Radio Hall of Fame, Casey has his own star on Hollywood Blvd, and received two Lifetime Achievement Awards, and the first ever Radio Icon award at the Radio Music Awards. We remember Casey Kasem as the voice of the ‘70s.