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Ed Mc Mann
... In addition, he has filled in for Casey Kasem as the host of American Top 40 and American Top 20, as well as contributing new "extras" to the American Top 40 The 70s 80's programs ...
Casey's Top 40 - Casey Kasem Leaves Westwood One
... following a dispute, in which Casey wanted to rename "Casey's Top 40" as "American Top 40", after getting the rights to the name from ABC, since Shadoe Stevens ... into Premiere Radio Networks) to revive American Top 40, and offer American Top 20 to AC and Hot AC radio stations ... of Casey was made, and the shows were renamed "The Top 40 Countdown", "The Top 20 Countdown" and "The Hot 20 Countdown" ...
KDWB-FM - History - 63 KDWB - 7 Swingin' Gentlemen
... American Top Forty with Casey Kasem (former KEWB DJ)."Casey's Coast-to-Coast" was "heard.. ... American Top-40 was hosted from 1988-1995 by Jamestown, North Dakota born, Shadoe Stevens, who encouraged a University of North Dakota classmate that he ... On "Star 101.3" KIOI San Francisco (Clear Channel) Top-40/ CHR morning drive for 22-years, Don Bleu moved up, the 2nd of January 2012, to Oldies 103 KOSF San ...
American Top Team (IFL Camp)
... American Top Team is one of the camps participating in the International Fight League ... It is unknown who is coaching American Top Team's IFL representatives but the group was founded by Ricardo Liborio ...
American Top 40 - History - 2004-present: Ryan Seacrest Era
10, 2004, Ryan Seacrest took over the hosting duties of American Top 40 from Kasem, although Kasem would continue to host American Top 20 and American Top 10 until his ... played "AT40 Sleaze" (inspired by the "Dees Sleaze" segment of the Rick Dees Weekly Top 40 radio show) and "AT40 Rewind", a hit song from the past decade or so ... play brief segments of the previous week's top three hits ...

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