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Guest DJ: Cory Wells of Three Dog Night - picks his 10 Favorite Songs for the ‘Dog Days’ of Summer

Air Times: 8/21 12 pm ET
Rebroadcasts: 8/21 5pm, 8/22 1am, 10pm; 8/23 8am; 8/24 4am & 3pm ET and On Demand

During the first half of the ‘70s no other group achieved more top 10 hits, moved more records or sold more concert tickets than Three Dog Night. Astonishing statistics: Three Dog Night had 21 consecutive Top 40 hits, including three #1 singles and 11 Top 10's; noting that 7 singles were million-sellers and they were awarded with 12-straight RIAA Certified Gold albums. Tens of millions of Three Dog Night records have been sold worldwide, and co-founder Cory Wells credits this enduring success to their performance of great songwriting. “It’s always been about the song”…and finding the best songwriters of their time including Harry Nilsson, Randy Newman, Elton John, Paul Williams and many more. Over the past few years, Three Dog Night has begun adding new music to their arsenal including the release of their first single in nearly 25 years, ‘Heart Of Blues’. After 40 years on the road, and having performed over 2,200 shows including two Super Bowls, Three Dog Night maintains an aggressive year-round touring schedule of over 80 dates per year. Their well-loved hits, delivered in an unmistakable harmonious vocal style, are still being performed for audiences spanning generations by founding members Cory Wells and Danny Hutton on vocals, along with their original keyboardist, guitarist and other talented musicians. Lead vocalist Cory Wells breaks away from their sizzling August shows to play ten ‘70s favorites for these ‘Dog’ days of summer!

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