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How’s This for a Top 20 – October 26 1979

by Paul Cashmere on October 22, 2019

in News

The Top 20 hits for 26 October 1979 according to Melbourne’s 3XY Chart were:

1 Hot Summer Nights, Night
2 Born To Be Alive, Patrick Hernandez
3 I Don’t Like Mondays, The Boomtown Rats
4 We Don’t Talk Anymore, Cliff Richard
5 Let’s Go, The Cars
6 I Was Made for Lovin You, Kiss
7 Boogie Woogie Dancin’ Shoes, Claudja Barry
8 Gold, John Stewart
9 My Sharona, The Knack
10 The Nips Are Getting Bigger, Mental as Anything
11 Hello, This is Joannie, Paul Evens
12 Are ‘Friends’ Electric, Tubeway Army
13 Don’t Bring Me Down, ELO
14 Girls Talk, Dave Edmunds
15 Tusk, Fleetwood Mac
16 Halfway Hotel, Voyager
17 Some Girls, Racy
18 One Way Ticket, Eruption
19 Up There Cazaly, The Two Man Band
20 The Main Event/ Fight, Barbra Streisand

This Sunday 27 October, Monique Brumby, Billy Miller, Brian Mannix, Nina Ferro, Grant Hanson and Eugene Hamilton will present More Music 3XY Top 40 Live At Memo from 3pm.

The concept was designed by Memo Music Hall’s resident child of the 70s Simon Myers.

To relive October 1979 this weekend you will not need a Deloreon with a flux capacitor. Just head to Memo Music Hall.

Date: Sunday 27 October 2019
Time: Doors open 3pm, Music from 4pm
Premium seats: $55+bf, A-Reserve seats: $45+bf, General Admission: $35+bf, General Admission at door: $40 (if available)

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