Casey Kasem: A critic’s take on why he mattered – Los Angeles Times

Posted on Jun 16 2014 - 2:01am by Zennie Abraham
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Kasem, the warm voice of the syndicated show “American Top 40” on and off for more than three decades and a seminal figure in Los Angeles music starting in the 1960s through his work on KRLA and the afternoon TV show “Shebang!” died Sunday morning …
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