This Sunday, December 27th, This Is Rock 'n' Roll Radio with Dana & Carl will present our annual countdown show, playing back what we played a lot over the course of these past twelve months. Stats are provided for us by the mighty Fritz Van Leaven, who has been named to the Permanently Nice List by ol' Santa Claus himself. Dana and I look forward to these year-end countdowns, and we couldn't even begin to do them without Fritz.
The countdown shows are a showcase of our most-played individual tracks. Fritz also prepares stats for our most-played artists, and we occasionally include some of those artist stats in our countdown show, if there's enough time for them. Not this year! This year's countdown is a whompin' stompin' 58 tracks, which we're somehow going to program into a single three-hour radio show. Yes, it's a post-Christmas miracle. Meanwhile, we'll give the artists their due in this spot instead. Ladies and gentlemen, we are proud to present:
THIS IS ROCK 'N' ROLL RADIO's 60 Most-Played Artists In 2020
1. The Beatles
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This Is Rock 'n' Roll Radio with Dana & Carl airs Sunday nights from 9 to Midnight Eastern, on the air in Syracuse at SPARK! WSPJ 103.3 and 93.7 FM, and on the web at http://sparksyracuse.org/ You can read about our history here.
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Volume 1: download
Volume 2: CD or download
Volume 3: download
Volume 4: CD or download
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Carl's writin' a book! The Greatest Record Ever Made! (Volume 1)will contain 165 essays about 165 tracks, each one of 'em THE greatest record ever made. An infinite number of records can each be the greatest record ever made, as long as they take turns. Updated initial information can be seen here: THE GREATEST RECORD EVER MADE! (Volume 1). My weekly Greatest Record Ever Made! video rants can be seen in my GREM! YouTube playlist. And I'm on Twitter @CafarelliCarl.
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