R.I.P. Casey Kasem

Casey Kasem

From ABC News:

Casey Kasem has died.

ABC News confirmed that the radio personality died today in a California hospital. He was 82.

Born Kemal Amin Kasem in Detroit, the disc jockey began his career in nearby Flint before becoming an announcer on Armed Forces Radio Korea Network in 1952. Upon his return, he went on to work at radio stations in California, Ohio and New York before launching “American Top 40” in 1970. He hosted that show until 1988, and then a revived version from 1998 until 2004, when Ryan Seacrest took over. From 1988 until 1998, Kasem hosted a show called “Casey’s Top 40.”

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13 thoughts on “R.I.P. Casey Kasem

  1. R.I.P. I used to watch “America’s Top 40” when I was in high school. It’s sad that there was so much drama during his last days.

  2. I grew up on this guy. I enjoyed watching him on Americas top 10. He was definitely a one of a kind host. It never seemed right if he wasn’t on the show. I’m hoping that his family can make peace. He would probably be disappointed know how they are carrying on about him. Anyways, he was icon that will be really missed.

  3. Omgash! That’s right he did do the voice of ole’ nervous, paranoid-azz Shaggy-I loved those episodes! Lols

  4. Hmm is anyone else experiencing problems with the images on this blog loading?

    I’m trying to determine if its a problem on my end or if it’s the blog.

    Any responses would be greatly appreciated.

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