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'70s Pop Hits

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Heart

12 Songs for the Lido Deck, Poolside In The ‘70s - with Ann Wilson of Heart

Airs Friday 8/29 at 12 pm ET
Replays Friday 8/29 at 5 pm ET, Saturday 8/30 at 1 am & 10 pm ET, Sunday 8/31 at 8 am ET, Monday 9/1 at 4 am & 3 pm ET

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Heart stormed the charts in the ‘70’s with hits like “Crazy on You,” “Magic Man,” “Barracuda,” “Straight On,” and so many more.  Not only did the Seattle based Wilson sisters lead the band, they wrote the songs and played the instruments too. Sisters Ann and Nancy Wilson showed the world that women can rock!  The global Fe-nomenons will board a cruise ship in November for a 4 days sail through the Caribbean with other Grammy® award winners and nominees for the ‘Women Who Rock Grammy Cruise’. ( http://www.heart-music.com ) Ann Wilson joins the 70s on 7 for a seagoing sendoff of 12 songs for the Lido Deck. “Isaac, I think we need a top off..It’s Labor Day Weekend!”

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  • "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.