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Let’s Get Funky MWV!

by Chris on July 4, 2017

Funky (adj) in a style that is informal and unusual


Mark your calendars for Tuesday, July 4, 2017…it’s Independence Day, officially funkified by Motor Booty Affair, returning to Schouler Park in Mount Washington Valley!

That’s right…the Town of Conway is putting on one of the funkiest, freshest celebrations it’s ever seen, and we want to see you and your entire family there! Get out those bellbottoms, shades, and dancin’ shoes right now, and make sure you’re in crowd! Here’s a full line-up of the day…

Conway Village
1:30pm Parade

North Conway Village – Schouler Park
3:45pm – National Anthem
4:00pm – Act One Dance Company
5:00pm – Riley & Dan Parkhurst
6:00pm – Noah Smith (WMWV Song of the Year Contest Winner)
7:30pm – Motor Booty Affair
9:30pm – Fireworks

AND…don’t forget the Conway Scenic Railroad will be offering rides from Conway Village, departing at 2:00pm, 5:00pm, 6:00pm and 7:00pm. Return to Conway will be 10:15pm. Roundtrip rates are $5.00 for adults, $1.00 for children (4-12) and under 4 free. Note: Stroller space is limited, only umbrella (fold up) can be accommodated.

This funkadelic day is presented by the Town of Conway and Mount Washington Radio Group (WMWV, WVMJ – Magic and WBNC – Easy), and sponsored by Zeb’s General Store, Profile Motors, The Mount Washington Valley Chamber of Commerce, GoSolar New Hampshire, White Mountains Community College, the Christmas Loft of North Conway and North Woodstock.



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NH Senate Passes Decriminalization Of Marijuana

by Christian Mower on May 12, 2017

Concord, NH (AP) – New Hampshire is on the path to joining its New England neighbors by decriminalizing possession of small amounts of marijuana. The state Senate passed legislation Thursday to remove criminal penalties for possessing up to three-quarters of an ounce of marijuana.

It must go back to the House for a final vote before heading to Gov. Chris Sununu. He’s likely to sign it.

Thursday’s vote marks a major victory for advocates of marijuana reform, who have seen their attempts at decriminalization stymied for years in the Senate. Police chiefs have long been opposed, arguing marijuana use can lead to harsher drugs.

Backers of decriminalization say a marijuana charge can ruin a young person’s life, potentially harming their ability to get a job. They say the police’s resources are better spent fighting the state’s opioid crisis.

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Local Song of the Year Showcases Announced

by Shannon on March 6, 2017

Our Local Song of the Year Showcase line up is complete!

These shows will last approximately 2 hours- we look forward to seeing you there!  For a song sample from each artist and the right place to vote for your favorite, visit THIS LINK. Voting will continue until March 31st. Congrats and good luck to all of our talented finalists!

7p Tuesday 3/14
Shark Martin @ McGrath’s Tavern NH

8:30p Saturday 3/18
Noah Smith @ Horsefeathers Restaurant

8:30p Sunday 3/19
Junco @ The Red Parka Steakhouse & Pub

7p Sunday 3/26
Justin Jaymes @ Tuckerman’s Restaurant & Tavern

Thanks to all our listeners, our artists, our venues and our sponsors, Blue Moon Brewing Company and Amoskeag Beverages LLC for making this such a special local competition!

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Vote For Your Favorite Local Song of 2017!

by Dennis on February 23, 2017

Time To Choose!

Check Out Each Band Live To Help You Decide!


Shark Martin at McGrath’s Tavern – Monday March 27th at 7pm

Noah Smith at Horsefeathers Restaurant – Saturday March 18th at 8:30pm

Junco at The Red Parka Steakhouse & Pub – Sunday March 19th at 8:30pm

Justin James at Tuckerman’s Restaurant & Tavern – Sunday March 26th at 7pm

What Do They Win?

  • $1,000 in cash
  • The opportunity to perform live on 93.5 WMWV
  • The winning song will be added to the legendary music rotation of WMWV for 2017
  • The opportunity to open the 4th of July Concert at Schouler Park in North Conway

    Voting will remain open until March 31, 2017

We love celebrating local artists and the fact we have the unique opportunity to do so. The Mount Washington Radio Group would like to thank Blue Moon Brewing Company and Amoskeag Beverages who make this contest possible each year. Fine crafted music always goes with fine crafted brews like Blue Moon!


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WMWV Local Song of the Year Contest gets underway

by Shannon February 20, 2017 Contests

Tonight’s the night and the countdown is on!!!!! We begin playing The Local Song of the Year Contest submissions live on air at 5:15! We’re here in the studios getting ready and we’re super excited to hear all of you in your glory! We are so proud to be an outlet for your talent. Thanks […]

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Skip Sherman & Mose Allison

by Dennis November 16, 2016 Music
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