Win them before you can buy them!

All this week (February 11th – February 15th) Tune In to 93.5 WMWV for your chance to see Beck & Cage the Elephant live at the Bank of NH Pavilion. They’ll be performing on Friday August 16th.   

The WMWV FM Local Artist Song Contest 2019

Starting February 7, 2019 we are asking  LOCAL MUSICIANS to send us ONE original song to be considered for the WMWV SONG OF THE YEAR Competition presented by BLUE MOON BREWING COMPANY.  We will take submissions until February  28, 2019. After submissions have closed, a panel of Judges determined by WMWV will choose the top 4 songs, and they will be posted on the WMWV website so people can listen, and then vote for their favorite song. Voting will end on March 31st, 2019. The song that receives the most votes will be the winner. This year we will be asking each the 4 finalists to do a one hour  showcase at a local venue to showcase their talents and try to get more votes. Dates and venues TBD.

The Winner will receive:
1. A LIVE lunchtime performance of their song on  93.5 WMWV FM!
3. Their song will be added to the 93.5 WMWV FM on-air rotation for the rest of 2019 and recognized as the WMWV LOCAL SONG OF THE YEAR!
4.
 A check for $1000 and other PRIZES!

 

E-Mail Submissions to:          [email protected]

Mail or Drop off a CD:           Mt Washington Radio Group

                                             2 Common Court, Unit A30

                                             North Conway, NH 03860

Rules*

Song must be an original

You or a member of the group must live in either Carroll County, Coos County, or Oxford County (that is Local).

WMWV has the right to change the rules or contest at anytime as is needed.

By sending your song you are giving us permission to play it on the air.

We are asking that songs be no longer than 5 Minutes long if possible (over 5 minutes will not exclude you from the contest)

 

Though we aren’t running any current contest

 

we’ll have a lot of great stuff to give away soon.

 

So please keep tuned to 93.5 FM WMWV

 

and

 

check back here later!

 

 

As the summer comes to an end we celebrate with a BANG! by giving our daily prize winners a shot at some amazing Grand Prizes!

All this week we will be picking from the many daily prizes winners we have had all summer long to see who gets the biggest prizes of them all!

Monday we give away a Family 4 Pack of tickets to Journey to the North Pole!

 

Tuesday we give away a Blizzard Ski Package from Sport Thoma!

 

Wednesday we give away a kayak from Saco Canoe Rental Company!

Thursday we give away 1 Ton of pellets from White Mountain Stove Shop!

Friday we give away an Adirondack Chair from Stan & Dans Sport Shop!

 

Sunday July 22nd, 2018 – 7:30 p.m. @ Bank of New Hampshire Pavilion

Tune in TO 93.5 WMWV July 16th to july 20th for your chance to win tickets to see Brandi Carlile, and Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit live at Bank of New Hampshire Pavilion at Meadowbrook!

Brandi Carlile

 

 

Since her heralded, genre-defying 2005 Columbia debut, Brandi Carlile and her indispensable collaborators, Tim and Phil Hanseroth, aka The Twins, have always offered listeners both control and abandon, often within a single song. The most well-known Brandi Carlile tunes, 2007’s “The Story” and 2012’s “That Wasn’t Me,” are dynamic journeys in themselves, encompassing myriad emotions and varied stylistic touches; “The Story” morphs from understated balladry to epic stadium rock, while “That Wasn’t Me” effortlessly straddles country soul and pop gospel. Infused with Carlile’s clarion voice, The Twins’ tight sibling harmonies, and stellar musicianship from everyone, it all simply sounds like Brandi Carlile. Now coming off of her new album “By The Way, I Forgive You”, Brandi is ready to share “story of forgiveness, that despite all this keeps us innocently climbing out of bed every morning open to love—big terrible trembling love.”

 

Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit

 

 

Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit’s new album, The Nashville Sound, is a beautiful piece of American music-making, but watch yourself: it will light a fire under your ass. “You’re still breathing, it’s not too late,” Jason sings. This album is a call, and the songs on it send sparks flying into a culture that’s already running so hot the needle on the temperature gauge is bouncing erratically in the red. And while it’s understandable that, in this moment, some people want their radio to help them drift away, this finely calibrated set of ten songs is aimed right between the clear eyes of people who prefer to stay present and awake. It’s a call to those who won’t cower no matter how erratically the world turns, and who aren’t afraid of what looks back when they look in the mirror. Bruce Springsteen did that. Neil Young did that. Jason Isbell does that.

It’s also worth noting that this album isn’t credited to Isbell alone. For the first time since 2011’s Here We Rest, Isbell’s band, the 400 Unit, gets title billing. “Even when I was writing, I could always hear the band’s stamp on the finished product,” Jason says. “These songs needed more collaboration on the arrangements to make them work, and I felt like the band deserved it after the way they played.” Given Cobb’s strict insistence on cutting songs live with no demos or rehearsals, you can easily imagine how the brilliantly raw performances on the record will translate to the stage when the band takes these new songs out on the road. And boy, there’s nothing like a 400 Unit show. Not just because the band smokes, but also because Isbell’s fans are among music’s most ardent. They listen to these songs for months and months on their own, and that momentum rolls them right up to the doors at the Ryman Auditorium in Nashville, or the Beacon Theatre in New York or the Fabulous Fox Theatre in Atlanta. And when the band kicks in, they are ecstatic. It’s a rock ‘n’ roll show that feels like fellowship.