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    Ron’s a native Marylander who actually remembers playing records at his first radio job in the 80’s(!!). He enjoys cooking, running marathons, 17th century Puritan literature, and lying in his bio. But he really does consider Kelly Clarkson one of his favorite artists, and thinks he shares a special bond with P!nk because they have the same birthday. Weirdo.

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    Jim got into radio because of a strong aversion to “digging ditches or wearing suits and ties.” And it's worked out well... When not focused on his boat, Jim will tell you about the time Alanis Morissette rushed him out of a backstage bathroom, and when he hung with Matchbox 20 on their tour bus.

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    After stumbling accidentally into her college radio station while searching for the book store, Nikki Krieger has been in love with radio ever since. Her career began at the almighty WSIA FM, continued on at MTV and Sony and still having a blast Sirius XM.

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OneRepublic Tops The Pulse: 2000s & Today Countdown

2000s & Today Top 15 Countdown

Week of November 17

15. Saving Abel “Addicted”
14. 3 Doors Down “It’s Not My Time”
13. David Cook “Light On”
12. Adele “Chasing Pavements”
11. Matt Nathanson “Come On Get Higher”
10. Katy Perry “Hot N’ Cold”
9. Leona Lewis “Better In Time”
8. Coldplay “Viva La Vida”
7. Lifehouse “Broken”
6. Daughtry “What About Now”
5. Nickelback “Gotta Be Somebody”
4. Gavin Rossdale “Love Remains The Same”
3. P!nk “So What”
2. O.A.R. “Shattered (Turn The Car Around)”
1. Jason Mraz “I’m Yours”

15. Coldplay “A Sky Full of Stars”
14. Ingrid Michaelson “Afterlife”
13. Imagine Dragons “On Top of the World”
12. Hozier “Take Me To Church”
11. Gavin DeGraw “Fire”
10. Sam Smith “I’m Not The Only One”
9. Daughtry “Battleships”
8. Vance Joy “Riptide”
7. George Ezra “Budapest”
6. OneRepublic “I Lived”
5. Ella Henderson “Ghost”
4. Echosmith “Cool Kids”
3. Lindsey Stirling w/Lzzy Hale “Shatter Me”
2. Colbie Caillat “Try”
1. The Script “Superheroes”