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Casey Kasem was the recognizable name, face, and voice that introduced the top forty hits each week in the 70s, 80s, and 90s. He also played the voice of Shaggy Rogers, the loveable hippie on Scooby Doo, who loved Scooby snacks just as much as his good pal, Scooby Doo.
Kasem was in the middle of incredible controversy, but his legacy in the entertainment industry is unwavering. His death was announced by daughter Kerri Sunday morning.
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Kasem counted down America’s Top 40 on the radio for decades, with the final show airing on January 4, 2004. He also hosted the American Top 20 and American Top 10 until he officially retired in 2009.
With everything happening in the news, TheCelebrityCafe.com wanted to celebrate the memory of Kasem’s work on his shows. Through clips and video, we remember the voice of the man who had us anticipating the moment when he would reveal the number one song of the week.
Here is a top ten of Kasem’s clips from America’s Top 10, as well clips from his final broadcasts.