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Hey Blues Lover! Thank you for being a fan of WMWV’s Blues Summit!
The Blues Summit celebrates 23 years on the air in 2016!

Don’t miss the Blues Summit. The best of the blues from the 1920’s to the latest releases, including interviews with the biggest stars and up ‘n comers! Tell your blues friends around the world they can catch the show every Wednesday, 6-9 pm eastern with WMWV’s live stream. Click on the big button to the right!

 

The Blues Images 2017 Blues Calendar is here!

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Can’t catch the Blues Summit on Wednesday Night?

No Worries!

Catch the PODCAST!

Tell your blues friends to listen to your favorite blues show on Soundcloud.

That’s right! Listen to the Blues Summit at your convenience!

Click on Roy’s smiling face here or on the Homepage.

How can you help Keep the Blues Alive? Join the Blues Foundation!

It’s very affordable and has great perks too!

 

 


 

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Jason Isbell – Live In Boston

by Dennis on May 8, 2016

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Steve Salter at the grave of John Henry Barbee, Restvale Cemetary, Chicago.

 Steve Salter of Killer Blues is on a mission to place headstones on the graves of forgotten Blues musicians. He has been an interview guest on the Blues Summit, telling us how funds raised through the sale of “Buried In The Blues” calendars go to the cause. His latest headstone was placed in Chicago at the site of Bluesman John Henry Barbee.

 Also, thanks to  Bruce Iglauer of Alligator Records, Emery “Detroit Jr.” Williams Jr. has a headstone too. This will be featured in the 2011 calendar available October 1st!

  The Blues Summit gets all of our birth and death information from the “Buried In The Blues” calendar. You can support Steve’s project by purchasing one, or “The Blues In Me” original art work. They would make a great holiday gift for that Blues lover on your list! To learn more, click here.
 

The Blues In Me

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Louisiana Swamp Bluesman Kenny Neal Comes To Theater In the Wood

by Roy August 30, 2010 Blues Blog

  It was a rockin’ good way to start the Labor Day Weekend!  The Swamp Blues of Blind Pig Records artist, Louisiana’s Kenny Neal was a GREAT show!! The Kenny Neal Band from Louisiana  performed at the Theater In the Wood, Friday, before a small but totally appreciative audience! Said Kenny, “Sometimes the small shows turn […]

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Stevie Ray Vaughan Gone 20 Years Friday August 27.

by Roy August 28, 2010 Blues Blog

 Hard to believe it’s been 20 years this past Friday, since  August 27, 1990, when SRV tragically died in a helicoter crash after a concert at Alpine Valley in East Troy, Wisconsin. It’s one of those “where were you when” moments in life. Like JFK, MLK, RFK or John Lennon. I was pumping gas at Roy’s Sunoco […]

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