June 20, 2021

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Episode No. 47 Winter 1993

In episode 47 of Dan Acree’s Weekend Rewind we rewind to the Winter of 1993 with 3 hours of the hottest hits from Billboard’s Hot 100 chart. Reggae was big in 1993 with hits by the likes of Big Mountain, Jimmy Cliff, and UB40; Toni Braxton recorded her debut album while Janet Jackson charted hits from her fifth studio effort; and in dance music Culture Beat gave us “Mr. Vain,” Haddaway gave us “What is Love?” and Robin S. had a dance/crossover hit with “Show Me Love.”

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June 13, 2021

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Episode No. 46 Spring 1982

In Episode 46 of Dan Acree’s Weekend Rewind, we rewind to the Spring of 1982 with 3 hours of the hottest hits from Billboard’s Hot 100 chart. That year Michael Jackson released his sixth studio album Thriller which went on to become the best selling album of all time; Sony introduced compact disc players to the world; the Go Go’s made history with the release of the first-ever cassette single; and iconic 80’s hits by the likes of Fleetwood Mac, Toto, Phil Collins, and Chicago were dominating the charts. 

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Dan Acree Weekend Rewind

June 06, 2021

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Episode No. 45 Fall 1988

In episode 45 of Dan Acree’s Weekend Rewind we rewind to the Fall of 1988 with 3 hours of the hottest hits from Billboard’s Hot 100 chart. That year CD’s outsold vinyl for the first time and Fleetwood Mac’s Greatest Hits became the last major album to be released on 8-track tapes; rap music had one of its best years, with artists experimenting with sampling and looping; Phil Collins gave us his version of “Groovy Kind of Love,” Cheap Trick gave us their version of “Don’t Be Cruel,” UB40 gave us their version of “Red Red Wine,” and Elton John and Bernie Taupin had their biggest hit of the 80’s with “I Don’t Wanna Go on with You Like That.”

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Dan Acree Weekend Rewind

May 30, 2021

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Episode No. 44 Summer 1991

In episode 44 of Dan Acree’s Weekend Rewind we rewind to the Summer of 1991 with 3 hours of the hottest hits from Billboard’s Hot 100 chart. Dance music was still a thing with hits by the likes of C+C Music Factory and Stero MC’s; more pop and rap was finding its way onto radio that year, including chart toppers by Marky Mark and DJ Jazzy and the Fresh Prince; contemporary Christian artists Amy Grant and Michael W. Smith had crossover hits; and future diva Mariah Carey was celebrating success from the release of her first album.

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Dan Acree Weekend Rewind

May 23, 2021

Episode No. 43 Summer 1985


In episode 43 of Dan Acree’s Weekend Rewind we rewind to the Summer of 1985 with 3 hours of the hottest hits from Billboard’s Hot 100 chart. That year Ronald Regan was sworn in for a second term as president; Whitney Houston and Sade released their debut albums, and Heart was making their comeback with “What About Love”; The Goonies, The Breakfast Club, Back to the Future, and National Lampoon’s European Vacation were hot at the box office; on television, The Cosby Show was in their first year of production and already a huge success; the Kansas City Royals won the World Series, the Lakers took the NBA trophy, and the San Francisco 49ers won the Super Bowl.

Weekend Rewind Executive Producer Jason Taylor was guest host for Episode 43. The show was broadcast live, and streaming of this episode is not currently available.

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Dan Acree Weekend Rewind

May 16, 2021

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Cher had a hit on the charts in Winter 1990 with her cover of “The Shoop Shoop Song.” Here’s Dan with Cher backstage in 1966.

Episode No. 42 Winter 1990


In episode 42 of Dan Acree’s Weekend Rewind we rewind to the Winter of 1990 with 3 hours of the hottest hits from Billboard’s Hot 100 chart. On the charts that year were several hit songs you’re sure to remember, including “High Enough” by newly formed supergroup The Damn Yankees, “Someday” from Mariah Carey’s debut album, UB40’s reggae cover of 1964 Motown classic “The Way You Do the Things You Do,” and so much more! Join us as we remember the music, and remember the good times.

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May 9, 2021

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Episode No. 41 Summer 1995

On episode 45 of Weekend Rewind, host Dan Acree takes us back to the Summer of 1995. On the charts that year were several hit songs you’re sure to remember from blockbuster film soundtracks, including Seal’s “Kiss From a Rose,” Randy Newman’s “You’ve Got a Friend in Me,” and “Have You Ever Really Loved A Woman” by Bryan Adams.

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May 2, 2021

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Episode No. 40 Summer 1984

In Episode 40 of Weekend Rewind, host Dan Acree takes us back to the Summer of 1984. That year newcomer Cyndi Lauper had four top ten hits on the charts, radio was in love with the soundtrack album to “Footloose,” and Lionel Ritchie put away his satin jacket in favor of a cowboy hat for his country flavored hit single “Stuck on You.”

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Dan Acree Weekend Rewind

April 25, 2021

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Episode No. 39 Winter 1988

On episode 39 of Weekend Rewind, host Dan Acree takes us back to the Winter of 1988. On the charts that year were a coupe of songs from the soundtrack to Tom Cruise’s blockbuster film “Cocktail,” including “Kokomo” by the Beach Boys. Can you guess what Hollywood actor is a long-time bongo drum-playing collaborator of the Beach Boys?

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Dan Acree Weekend Rewind

April 18, 2021

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Episode No. 38 Fall 1993

On episode 38 of Weekend Rewind host Dan Acree takes us back to the Fall of 1993! Tina Turner was hot (again) that year after the release of the biopic “What’s Love Got to Do With It,” R.E.M. was pioneering the Alt Rock Genre, and a couple of hits from the “Free Willy” soundtrack were big on the charts. 

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