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10 at 10 is a simple concept. 10 great songs from one great year! And once in a while, Host Andy Chanley goes a little crazy and creates a different theme – with 10 songs with that in common (like “cowbell songs,” for example). Weekdays at 10 AM and 10 PM.

10at10 with Andy Chanley

5:15 - Who Rock and Roll Hoochie Koo - Rick Derringer Brain Damage/Eclipse - Pink Floyd Photograph - Ringo Starr Tequila Sunrise - Eagles Goodbye Yellow Brick Road -...

One - U2 One Thing Leads to Another - Fixx She's the One - Bruce Springsteen One Way or Another - Blondie There's Only One Way to Rock...

Today in 1981, Walter Cronkite delivered his final newscast as anchor of the CBS Nightly News. With similar likability and gravitas, we offer these 10 great songs from 1981.

1988 was the year George H.W. Bush was elected president. And it’s the year Dana Carvey taught us all to do impressions of him. Here’s our impression of the great music from 1988.

1968 was the year Planet of the Apes premiered in theaters.  We were lucky enough to get our paws on 10 great songs from that year for this 10@10.

In 1979, we all said a teary goodbye to The Sweathogs as Welcome Back, Kotter left the airwaves.  But today, we say a giddy hello to 10 great songs from 1979.

10at10 @ Night with Rita Wilde

1970...even so it was a new decade, some things were slow to change especially in Mississippi. Despite the Civil Rights Act and movement, Sesame Street was pulled from the airwaves in Mississippi because of the multi-racial cast...

1982 …..the year that gave us Smurfs, BMX bikes, trivial pursuit, E.T. and Aldo Nova!!!!!!!!

The more things change, the more they stay the say….or so the saying goes. 1976 is like that. Apple Computers was formed, Microsoft was registered and all the artists I am playing on the 10@10, are still making music and touring.

There have been numerous achievements that have happened in the last 45 years, among them advances in technology. Tonight on the Sounds 10@10, we will celebrate one of the most significant, the 45th anniversary of man walking on the moon.

The 8 track was included in some new models of Ford; Twister the game was introduced and so was the new TV show, The Monkees.

In 1972, the first Star Trek convention took place, the digital watch debuted and the Allman Brothers Band voted to carry on despite the death of co-founder Duane Allman in the prior year. Eat a Peach featured some of his best guitar work.