Wrong Big 500. :-)
I listened on both Saturday and Sunday.
I kept updating my FB page as they were being played.
One thing I was VERY happy to see was the removal of the 1970's barrier that was in place when Bell Media took it over.
So on Sunday, they started at 83 and went down from there.
So here's the final 83 (this causes a rather large list... LOL )
Final Big 500 (last 83 songs):
83 Pat Bennetar: Hit Me With your best shot.
82 Beatles: Let It Be
81 Steppenwolf: Born To Be Wild
80 Michael Jackson: Thriller
79 Pink Floyd: Another Brick In The Wall
78 Neil Young: Heart Of Gold
77 Simon & Garfunkel: Mrs. Robinson
76 Derek & The Dominos: Layla (full version)
75 Allana Myles: Black Velvet
74 Steve Miller Band: The Joker
73 The Four Seasons: Sherry
72 Sir Elton John: Your Song
71 Lovin' Spoonful: Summer In The City
70 The Knack: My Sharona
69 Bryan Adams: Summer of '69
68 Al Green: Let's Stay Together
67 Zegar & Evens: In the Year 2525
66 Journey: Don't Stop Believin'
65 Three Dog Night: Joy To The World
64 Sonny & Cher: I Got You Babe
63 The 5th Dimension: Aquarius / Let The Sunshine In
62 Gladys Knight & The Pips: Midnight Train To Georgia
61 Irene Cara: Flashdance
60 John Lennon: Imagine
59 The Temptations: My Girl
58 Ben E. King: Stand By Me
57 Beach Boys: California Girls
56 Boston: More Than A Feeling
55 Whitney Houston: Greatest Love Of All
54 Van Morrison: Brown Eyed Girl
53 The Young Rascals: Groovin'
52 Survivor: Eye Of the Tiger
51 Marvin Gaye: Lets Get It On
50 Otis Redding: (Sittin' On) The Dock Of The Bay
49 Monkees: I'm A Believer
48 Lynyrd Skynyrd: Sweet Home Alabama
47 Kim Carnes: Bette Davis Eyes
46 Bill Whithers: Lean On Me
45 Beatles: I Want To Hold Your Hand
44 Bill Haley & His Comets: (We're Going To) Rock Around The Clock
43 Supremes: You Keep Me Hangin' On
42 Neil Diamond: Sweet Caroline
41 Michael Jackson: Beat It!
40 Carole King: It's Too Late
39 Doors: Light My Fire
38 Madonna: Like A Virgin
37 Rod Stewart: Maggie May
36 Creedence Clearwater Revival: Proud Mary
35 The Miracles: The Tears Of A Clown
34 Fleetwood Mac: Dreams
33 Tom Cochrane: Life Is A Highway
32 Sir Elton John: Goodbye Yellow Brick Road
31 Archies: Sugar Sugar
30 Buddy Holly: That'll Be The Day (When I Die)
29 The Four Tops: (Reach Out) I'll Be There
28 Bachman Turner Overdrive: Takin' Care Of Business
27 Rolling Stones: Start Me Up!
26 Bee Gees: Stayin' Alive
25 Elvis Presley: Suspicious Minds
24 Olivia Newton-John: Physical
23 Stevie Wonder: Superstition
22 Beatles: Yesterday
21 Roy Orbison: Oh Pretty Woman
20 Percy Sledge: When A Man Loves A Woman
19 Joan Jett & The Blackhearts: I Love Rock 'N Roll
18 Bruce Springsteen: Born To Run
17 Aretha Franklin: Respect
16 Chuck Berry: Johnny B. Goode
15 Righteous Brothers: You've Lost That Lovin' Feelin'
14 Guess Who: American Woman
13 Police: Every Breath You Take
12 Don McLean: American Pie
11 Marvin Gaye: Heard It Through The Grapevine
10 Bob Dylan: Like A Rolling Stone
09 Simon & Garfunkel: Bridge Over Troubled Water
08 Queen: Bohemian Rhapsody
07 Beach Boys: Good Vibrations
06 Michael Jackson: Billie Jean
05 Led Zeppelin: Stairway To Heaven
04 Eagles: Hotel California
03 Elvis Presley: (I Can't Help) Falling In Love
02 Beatles: Hey Jude
01 Rolling Stones: (I Can't Get No) Satisfaction
As to the transition, They replayed the last 40 songs of the Big 500 from 6-8am, then an informational, then at 10 Announced it as 1150TSN, (or is it TSN1150... :-) )
I also listened to the Ticat game where there was numerous technical glitches and dead air with commercials out of sync with game play, resulting in game score changes happening without them being broadcast. That I found very frustrating, as that hadn't happened like that before.
Really enjoyed the oldies, but not a hard core sports listen, so it will be interesting to see how the fragmentation of the listenership effects it's ratings.