America's Top 10 (1980–1993)

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Host Casey Kasem lists the top ten rock, soul, country and album charts.

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 Himself - Host (18 episodes, 1980-1989)
Charlie Tuna ...
 Himself - Announcer / ... (11 episodes, 1987-1989)
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In this series, Casey Kasem lists the top music hits of the week in rock, soul, country songs and pop albums. In addition, videos of particular songs are featured. Written by Kenneth Chisholm <kchishol@home.com>

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The Billboard Chart was used for this show for the top 10 singles and albums of the week between 1980-1991 but in 1992 the final season of the show they used The Radio and Records Chart. Casey Kasem hosted the show until 1991. Siedah Garrett took over from him followed by Tommy Puett for the last 2 years. Siedah Garrett also hosted the show on Casey Kasem's behalf in 1989 on many occasions. See more »

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Casey Kasem: Keep your feet on the ground and keep reaching for the stars.
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Seeing "America's Top 10" on YouTube brought back such nice memories for me of the now-retired Casey Kasem
6 July 2009 | by (Baton Rouge, La.) – See all my reviews

With yesterday having been the last time Casey Kasem hosted his "American Top 20/10" radio shows (I heard his final "American Top 10" in parts-including his final remarks-on SUNNY 103.3 from 6 to 9 a.m), I have been jonesing on his "American Top 40-The '70s" (His special of the Top 40 Girls {songs-of which Debbie Reynolds' "Tammy" was no. 1} that was rerun last Saturday was one of the first of such episodes I listened to back in 1977) and have been watching some of his "America's Top 10" on YouTube. In fact, there was a whole program for the week ending May 1, 1983, which included commercials that aired on WNEW in New York, that I saw straight through that revealed Michael Jackson's "Beat It" and "Thriller" on the No. 1 Pop and Album charts, respectively. (R.I.P. King of Pop) It also showed videos of "Der Kommisar" by After the Fire, "Rio" by Duran Duran, and "You Are" by Lionel Richie. The trivia question asked was "What act in the Rock Era that hit the Top 10 had the most members?" The answer was revealed to be John Williams' London Symphony Orchestra with the "Star Wars Main Title Theme". The members numbered 96. As you can read here, I'm getting nostalgic for Casey who's been a part of my life for such a long time. He's had such a nice voice and compelling presence during all my years of growing up. All I'd like to say now is, I'm glad you've kept your feet on that ground and reached for the stars for much of your life, Mr. Kasem! Have a nice retirement.


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