Top 10 Countdown Show

It’s time for another edition of Mr. Romance’s Top 10 Countdown Show, a look back at the 10 most popular songs on the Adult Contemporary chart for the week of March 28, 1987. Click here if you missed last week’s show featuring 2003.

Get ready for pop culture, trivia and all your lite hits that might just bring back some memories or maybe you’ll discover some new soft rock favorites.

Top 10 Countdown Show Pop Culture

Full House

In 1987, you might have been driving around in a Chevy Cavalier, Oldsmobile Cutlass Ciera or Pontiac Grand AM.

At the movies, you were watching 
Lethal Weapon 
A Nightmare on Elm Street 3 

On television:
The Cosby Show 
Golden Girls 

and the debut of Full House

Top 10 Countdown Show Trivia Question

On April 10, 1987, Fox debuted The Tracey Ullman Show, a primetime variety show. Rolling Stone ranked the four season series 25th in its 40 Greatest Sketch-Comedy TV Shows of All Time. But what you may not have remembered, the show produced a series of animated shorts about a Midwest family that is the longest running American animated series and the longest running American sitcom. Do you which TV show this is? Take a listen to the show below for the answer.

Song Spotlight

Sergio Mendes – Brasil ’86

If you aren’t sure how vital and relevant our next artist is today as he was when he exploded on the scene with his group, Brasil ’66, yes, that would be nearly 60 years ago, you can check out his documentary In the Key of Joy which was released in 2021. 

But it was in 1986 when legendary Brazilian musician, Sérgio Mendes, celebrated the 20th anniversary of his first self-titled album with his group Brasil ’66 with the album Brasil ’86 and from it came a duet by Lisa Bevill and Joe Pizzulo with this week’s #19 hit: What Do We Mean to Each Other.

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Sit back, relax and enjoy your favorite love songs from the week of March 11, 1995.

Mr. Romance’s Top 10 Countdown Show – March 28, 1987
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