Top Ten Tuesday: KFWB (980 AM Los Angeles), 3/8/58

KFWB in Los Angeles was a Top 40 station from 1958 to 1968, when Westinghouse Broadcasting converted them into an all-news station. Currently they’re playing a Regional Mexican format. The WB in their name refers to Warner Brothers, as it was originally owned by the studio. Here is their Top Ten from March 8, 1958.

  1. Perry Como, “Catch A Falling Star”
  2. The Four Preps, “26 Miles (Santa Catalina)”
  3. The Chantels, “Maybe”
  4. David Rose, “The Swingin’ Shepherd Blues”
  5. McGuire Sisters, “Sugartime”
  6. Jimmie Rodgers, “Oh-Oh, I’m Falling In Love Again”
  7. The Silhouettes, “Get A Job”
  8. Elis Presley, “I Beg Of You”
  9. Royal Teens, “Short Shorts”
  10. The Champs, “Tequila”

And that’s Top Ten Tuesday for March 8, 2022.

15 thoughts on “Top Ten Tuesday: KFWB (980 AM Los Angeles), 3/8/58

  1. Tequila is sooooo cool and hip that I am surprised it came out that early. I loved listening to all of these as my mom loved this especially the first song by Como.

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    1. Glad you like it. I haven’t featured the LA stations that much, and they’ve had several Top 40 stations over the years. This was also an especially good week for music…

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