Top Ten Tuesday: KWOS (1240 AM, Jefferson City, MO), 1/3/60

The current KWOS has moved down the dial to 950 AM and currently boadcasts a conservative talk format. The original KWOS, now KLIK, aired middle-of-the-road Top 40 and now airs local news and sports as well as syndicated shows from Westwood One. Anyway, here’s their Top Ten from January 3, 1960, presented without commentary.

  1. The Browns, “Scarlet Ribbons”
  2. Sarah Vaughan, “Smooth Operator”
  3. Eydie Gormé, “Happiness”
  4. Andy Williams, “The Village Of St. Bernadette”
  5. The Four Preps, “Down By The Station”
  6. Paul Anka, “It’s Time To Cry”
  7. Steve Lawrence, “Pretty Blue Eyes”
  8. Miss Toni Fisher, “The Big Hurt”
  9. Marty Robbins, “El Paso”
  10. Jimmy Clanton, “Go, Jimmy, Go”

And that’s Top Ten Tuesday for January 4, 2022.

4 thoughts on “Top Ten Tuesday: KWOS (1240 AM, Jefferson City, MO), 1/3/60

  1. I enjoyed this music from a time that felt quite innocent (but it wasn’t). I love Marty Robbins and now I want to look out for that album!


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