Top Ten Tuesday: KMUR (1230 AM, Salt Lake City, UT), 10/24/60

WMUR in Salt Lake City, Utah is now KJJC, a news/talk station affiliated with the Salem Radio Network. WMUR switched to Country & Western in the 1960’s, usng the call letters WMOR, so this was close to the end of WMUR as a Top 40 station. Here’s their Top Ten for October 24, 1960.

  1. The Everly Brothers, “So Sad”
  2. Connie Francis, “My Heart Has A Mind Of Its Own”
  3. Frankie Avalon, “Togetherness”
  4. Bill Black’s Combo, “Don’t Be Cruel”
  5. Bob Luman, “Let’s Think About Living”
  6. Bobby Darin, “Artificial Flowers”
  7. Bobby Vee, “Devil Or Angel”
  8. Jimmy Charles, “A Million To One”
  9. Brenda Lee, “I Want To Be Wanted”
  10. The Drifters, “Save The Last Dance For Me”

And that’s Top Ten Tuesday for November 1, 2022.

10 thoughts on “Top Ten Tuesday: KMUR (1230 AM, Salt Lake City, UT), 10/24/60

    1. Especially the early ’60’s: rock and roll had come and (it looked like) gone, you had the singing groups, the chanteuses, and the teen idols, jazz and country were still charting and folk was coming on strong, and the British Invasion ws still a couple of years away…

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