Top Ten Tuesday: KOA (850 AM, Denver, CO), 6/25/55

KOA in Denver has been on the air since 1924. It’s a 50,000 watt (clear channel) station currently owned by iHeartMedia, and broadcasts a news-talk-sports format on 850 AM and simulcasts on a couple of HD radio stations as a subchannel. Here’s their Top Ten for June 25, 1955.

  1. Nat King Cole, “A Blossom Fell”
  2. The Hilltoppers, “The Kentuckian Song”
  3. Bill Hayes, “The Ballad Of Davy Crockett”
  4. Johnny Desmond, “Togetherness”
  5. Georgia Gibbs, “Dance With Me, Henry”
  6. Bill Haley & His Comets, “Rock Around The Clock”
  7. Gisele MacKenzie, “Hard To Get”
  8. Al Hibbler, “Unchained Melody”
  9. Perez Prado & His Orchestra, “Cherry Pink And Apple Blossom White”
  10. The Sunnysiders, “Hey Mr. Banjo”

And that’s Top Ten Tuesday for June 21, 2022.

14 thoughts on “Top Ten Tuesday: KOA (850 AM, Denver, CO), 6/25/55

  1. I love Nat King Cole and it was different to hear this Unchained Melody but I prefer the one by the Righteous Brothers. Great list I listened to on Tues.

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    1. I can’t remember my folks playing the radio much, to be honest. Mom played it a lot after Dad died, but that was mostly Ray Coniff, Percy Faith, Mantovani etc.

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