It’s A Family Affair

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We share with you the musical families that have made the music we love for oh so many decades. From The Braxtons to the Jacksons, from Sly to Mary J Blige we are one big happy family on Top Ten Now & Then.

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Happy New Year-Happy Birthday

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We celebrate everyone born in January with music from the stars who share the month with you.

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Top 45s Of The Last 45 Years

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It’s our two-part special the Top 45s Of The Last 45 Years. We’re playing back the number one songs of the year from 1976 to today this week on the most unique countdown show on the radio today.

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Happy Holidays

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Celebrating the best of the season with holiday hits from Now & Then.

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Missing You

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We countdown the top songs about missing you, her or him! What makes the show special and unique is that this is a show that was submitted to us by a listener!!

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School’s Out For Winter

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For the final exam on the Musical Alphabet we mixed together the letters U,V,W,X,Y & Z to give you a musical playlist that you will remember. Hint: U for Usher, V for Vandross and W for Wonder. Go Ahead and get that Diploma from Top Ten Now And Then.

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Last Birthday Party Of The Year

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We celebrate everyone born in the 12th month of the year with music from the stars who share the month of December with you.

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Thank you very much.

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We are thankful for you and we say it in song.

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Are You Going To Eat That?

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We have a place saved at the head of the table for you as we serve up the tastiest meal you will ever have. We will eat & drink our way thru a musical feast that will leave you fat & happy. So get those last minute workouts in as we loosen our belt and […]

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It’s Time For T

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It’s time to get back to class again and fill in the blanks on those artists that have the letter T begin their 1st or last names.

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