The Blues Summit

Monthly Playlist



Here’s the Blues Summit Monthly Playlist.

As reported to Living Blues Magazine & 99 contacts in the industry!



WMWV In Conway, NH’s Blues Summit Top 25 For November, 2020

The Kenny Wayne Shepherd Band: Straight To You Live (Provogue)
Elvin Bishop & Charlie Musselwhite: 100 Years Of Blues (Alligator)
Shemekia Copeland: Uncivil War (Alligator)
Sugar Ray & The Bluetones Featuring Little Charlie Baty: Too Far From The Bar (Severn)
Walter Trout: Ordinary Madness (Provogue)
Erin Harpe Featuring Jim Countryman: Meet Me In The Middle (Juicy Juju/Vizztone)
Bobby Rush: Rawer Than Raw (Deep Rush Records)
Ronnie Earl & The Broadcasters: Rise Up (Stony Plain)
Nora Jean Wallace: Blues Woman (Severn)
Various Artists: 20 Classic Blues Songs From The 1920’s; Vol. 18 (Blues Images)
The Downchild Blues Band: 50th Anniversary Live At The Toronto Jazz Festival (Diesel Management Productions)
Kat Riggins: Cry Out (Gulf Coast Records)
Kim Wilson: Take Me Back; The Bigtone Sessions (M.C. Records)
John Nemeth: Stronger Than Strong (Memphis Grease Records)
Vanessa Collier: Heart On The Line (Phenix Records)
Roomful Of Blues: In A Roomful Of Blues (Alligator)
The Duke Robillard Band: Blues Bash! (Stony Plain)
Shirley King: Blues For A King (Cleopatra)
Evelyn Rubio: Crossing Borders (Self)
Big Harp George: Living In The City (Blues Mountain Records)
Joe Louis Walker: Blues Comin’ On (Cleopatra)
Catfish Keith: Blues At Midnight (Fish Tail Records)
The Nighthawks: Tryin’ To Get to You (Eller Soul)
Victor Wainwright & The Train: Memphis Loud (Ruf)
Andrew Alli: Hard Workin’ Man (Eller Soul)

Also Played In No Particular Order:

  • Big Bill Morganfield: Stop This Mess (single-Black Shuck Records)
  • Mojo Morganfield: It’s Good To Be King (single-Delmark)
  • John Mayall: I’m As Good As Gone (single-Forty Below Records)
  • Savoy Brown: Ain’t Done Yet (Quarto Valley Records)
  • Rory Block: Prove It On Me (Stony Plain)
  • Backtrack Blues Band: Your Baby Has Left (Vizztone)
  • The Lizzard Kings Featuring Charles Ponder: Jim Crow’s Shadow (Inside Sounds)
  • Mark Hummel: Wayback Machine (Electro-Fi)
  • Johnny Bergin: No Borders Blues Japan (Delmark)
  • Tinsley Ellis: Ice Cream In Hell (Alligator)
  • Watermelon Slim: Traveling Man (Northern Blues)
  • Tyler Morris: Living In The Shadows (Tyler Morris Publishing/Vizztone)
  • Miss Emily: Live At The Isabel (Self)
  • Louisiana’s Le Roux: One Of Those Days (Self)
  • Bill Blue: The King Of Crazy Town (Conch Town Music)
  • Gary Moore: Live In London (Provogue)
  • Zakiya Hooker: Legacy (BWTH, Inc.)
  • Jose Ramirez: Here I Come (Jose Ramirez Music)
  • Malaya Blue: Still (Blue Heart Records)
  • Dave Riley & Bob Corritore: Travelin The Dirt Road (SWMAF/Vizztone)
  • Kid Ramos & Bob Corritore: Phoenix Blues Sessions (SWMAF/Vizztone)
  • Henry Gray & Bob Corritore: Cold Chills (SWMAF/Vizztone)
  • Jack De Keyser: Tribute (Blue Star Records)
  • Lucille: Alive (Endless Blues)
  • Johnny Nicholas: Mistaken Identity (Valcour Records)
  • Sonny Green: Found! One Soul Singer (Little Village Foundation)
  • Casey Hensley: Good As Gone (Vizztone)
  • Lloyd Jones: Tennessee Run (Vizztone)
  • J-W Jones: Sonic Departures (Solid Blues Records)
  • Anni Piper: Blow Up Doll (Sugar Daddy Records)

WMWV in Conway, NH’s Blues Summit Top 25 for October, 2020

Kim Wilson: Take Me Back! The Bigtone Sessions (M.C. Records)
Johnny Iguana: Johnny Iguana’s Chicago Spectacular (Delmark)
Sugar Ray & The Bluetones Featuring Little Charlie Baty: Too Far From The Bar (Severn)
Elvin Bishop & Charlie Musselwhite: 100 Years Of Blues (Alligator)
Bobby Rush: Rawer Than Raw (Deep Rush/Thirty Tigers)
New Moon Jelly Roll Freedom Riders: Volume 1 (Stony Plain)
Bette Smith: The Good, The Bad And The Bette (Ruf)
Kid Ramos & Bob Corritore: Phoenix Blues Sessions (SWMAF/Vizztone)
Jeremiah Johnson: Unemployed Highly Annoyed (Ruf)
Ryan Shaw: High Risk, Low Return (Ruf)
Ronnie Earl & The Broadcasters: Rise Up (Stony Plain)
Henry Gray & Bob Corritore: Cold Chills (SWMAF/Vizztone)
Nora Jean Wallace: Blues Woman (Severn)
The Lucker Losers: Godless Land (Vizztone)
Johnny Nicholas: Mistaken Identity (VALCOUR)
John Nemeth: Stronger Than Strong (Memphis Grease)
Kenny “Blues Boss” Wayne: Go, Just Do It! (Stony Plain)
Albert Cummings: Believe (Provogue)
Dave Riley & Bob Corritore: Travelin’ The Dirt Road (SWMAF/Vizztone)
Anthony Geraci: Daydreams In Blue (Shining Stone)
Sonny Green: Found! One Soul Singer (Little Village Foundation)
JW-Jones: Sonic Departures (Solid Blues)
Lisa Mann: Old Girl (Jay Ray Records)
Erin Harpe: Meet Me In The Middle (Juicy Juju/Vizztone)
Larkin Poe: Self Made Man (Tricki-Woo)

Also Played In No Particular Order

  • Ben Levin: Carry Out Or Delivery (Vizztone)
  • Danielle Maraglia: Bright Shining Star (Vizztone)
  • Val Starr And The Blues Rockets: Lighter Side Of The Blues (Sandwich Factory)
  • Whitney Shaw: Stand Up! (Ruf)
  • Eliza Neals: Black Crow Moan (EH Records)
  • The Reverend Payton’s Big Damn Band & Dom Flemons: Shake You Money Maker (single-Family Owned Records)
  • Fiona Boyes: Blues In My Heart (Blue Empress/Reference)
  • The Mary Jo Curry Band: Front Porch (Self)
  • Big Harp George: Living In the City (Blues Mountain)
  • Kirsten Thien: Two Sides (Screen Door)
  • Paul Boddy & The Slidewinders Blues Band: Friends Of Tuesday (Slide Records)
  • Bob Margolin: Star Of Stage And Screens (Vizztone)
  • Sass Jordan: Rebel Moon Blues (Stony Plain)
  • Dennis Jones: Soft Hard & Loud (Leroy’s Boy Music)

WMWV in Conway, NH’s Blues Summit Top 25 for September, 2020

Bobby Rush: Rawer Than Raw (Deep Rush Records/Thirty Tigers
Walter Trout: Ordinary Madness (Provogue)
Ronnie Earl & The Broadcasters: Rise Up (Stony Plain)
Sugar Ray & The Bluetones Featuring Little Charlie Baty: Too Far From The bar (Severn)
Bette Smith: The Good, The Bad And The Bette (Ruf)
Victor Wainwright & The Train: Memphis Loud (Ruf)
Johnny Bergin: No Borders Blues Japan (Delmark)
Roomful Of Blues: In A Roomful Of Blues (Alligator)
Joe Louis Walker: Blues Comin’ On (Cleopatra)
The Nighthawks: Tryin’ To Get To You (Eller Soul)
Jimmy Johnson: Every Day Of Your Life (Delmark)
Lisa Mann: Old Girl (Jay Ray Records)
Chris Smither: More From The Levee (Signature Sound)
Rory Block: Prove It On me (Stony Plain)
Elvin Bishop & Charlie Musselwhite: 100 Years Of Blues (Alligator)
Ron Thompson: From The Patio: Live At Poor House Bistro Vol. 1 (Little Village Foundation)
Al Basile: Last Hand (Sweetspot Records)
Kat Riggins:Cry Out (Gulf Coast Records)
Kirk Fletcher: My Blues Pathway (Cleopatra)
Vanessa Collier: Heart On The Line (Phenix Fire)
Shirley King: Blues For A King (Cleopatra)
Hurricane Ruth: Good Life (American Showplace Music)
Eric Johanson: Below Sea Level (NOLA Blue)
Too Slim And The Taildraggers: The Remedy (Underworld/Vizztone)
The Lizzard King Featuring Charles Ponder: Jim Crow’s Shadow (Inside Sounds)

Also Played In No Particular Order:

  • Andy Watts: Supergroove (Booga/Vizztone)
  • Peter Parcek: Mississippi Suitcase (Slight Return) (Peter Parcek Lightnin’ Records)
  • Heidi Newfield: The Barfly Sessions Vol. 1 (Not Famous Enough)
  • William Shatner: The Blues (Cleopatra)
  • Sister Lucille: Alive (Endless Blues)
  • Wily Bo Walker & Danny Flam: Ain’t No Man A Good Man (Mescal Canyon)
  • Samoa Wilson With The Jim Kweskin Blues Band: I Just Want To Be Horizontal (Kingswood)
  • Eli Cook: All Night Thing (C.R. 8 Records)
  • The Mystix: Can’t Change It (Self)
  • Nora Jean Wallace: Blues Woman (Severn)
  • Laura Tate: Live From El Paso (811 Records)
  • Mick Kolassa: Blind Lemon Sessions (Endless Blues)
  • John Nemeth: Stronger Than Strong (Memphis Grease)

WMWV In Conway, NH’s Blues Summit Top 25 For August, 2020

Mark Hummel: Wayback Machine (Electro-Fi)
Sugar Ray & The Bluetones, Featuring Little Charlie Baty: To Far From The Bar (Severn)
Victor Wainwright & The Train: Memphis Loud (Ruf)
Joe Louis Walker: Blues Comin’ On (Cleopatra)
Ryan Perry: High Risk, Low Return (Ruf)
John Primer & Bob Corritore: The Gypsy Woman Told Me (SWMAF/Vizztone)
Robert Cray Band: That’s What I Heard (Nozzle Records/Thirty Tigers)
Roomful Of Blues: In A Roomful Of Blues (Alligator)
Savoy Brown: Ain’t Done Yet (Quarto Valley Records)
Kat Riggins: Cry Out (Gulf Coast Records)
The Lucky Losers: Godless Land (Vizztone)
Shirley King: Blues For A King (Cleopatra)
The Proven Ones: You Ain’t Done (Gulf Coast Records)
Duffy Bishop: I’m Gonna Do What I Want (‘Lil Spinner Records)
Christone “Kingfish” Ingram: Rock And Roll (Alligator single)
Shemekia Copeland: Uncivil War (Alligator single)
Hurricane Ruth: Good Life (American Showplace Music)
Johnny Burgin: No Border Blues Japan (Delmark)
Andrew Alli: Hard Workin’ Man (Eller Soul)
Betty LaVette: Blackbirds (Verve)
Evelyn Rubio: No Borders (Self)
Al Basile: Last Hand (Sweetspot)
Ronnie Earl & The Broadcasters: Rise Up (Stony Plain)
Heidi Newfield: The Barfly Sessions Vol. 1 (Not Famous Enough Records)
Tony Holiday: Soul Service (Vizztone)

Also Played In No Particular Order:

  • Miller And The Other Sinners: Rise (Food For The Soul Records)
  • The Wildcat O’Halloran Band: Deck Of Cards (Self)
  • Sir Rod & The Blues Doctors: Come Together (Modern Blues Harmonica)
  • Mandalyn: Wrecked (Shocaroff Management)
  • Blind Lemon Pledge: Goin’ Home (Ofer Records)
  • Ron Thompson: From The Patio; Live At The Poor House Bistro Vol. 1 (Little Village Foundation)
  • Kirsten Thein: Two Sides (Screen Dorr Records)
  • Lisa Mann: Old Girl (Jay Ray Records)
  • Malaya Blue: Still (Blue Heart Records)
  • Swingadelic: Bluesville (Zoho)
  • New Moon Jelly Roll Freedom Rockers: Vol. 1 (Stony Plain)
  • Lloyd Jones: Tennessee Run (Vizztone)

WMWV In Conway, NH’s Blues Summit Top 25 for June, 2020

Duffy Bishop: I’m Gonna Do What I Want (‘Lil Spinner Records)
Linsey Alexander: Live At Rosa’s (Delmark)
John Primer & Bob Corritore: The Gypsy Woman Told Me (SWMAF/Vizztone)
Anni Piper: Blow Up Doll (Sugar Daddy Records)
Rory Block: Prove It On Me (Stony Plain)
Ryan Perry: High Risk, Low Reward (Ruf)
The Proven Ones: You Ain’t Done (Gulf Coast)
Andrew Alli: Hard Workin’ Man (Eller Soul)
Jimmy Johnson: Every Day Of Your Life (Delmark)
Sass Jordan: Rebel Moon Blues (Stony Plain)
Backtrack Blues Band: Your Baby Has Left (Vizztone)
Casey Hensley: Good As Gone (Vizztone)
Dion: Blues With Friends (Keeping The Blues Alive Records)
B.B. & The Blues Shacks: Dirty Thirty (Rhythm Bomb)
Watermelon Slim: Traveling Man (Northern Blues)
Lisa Mills: The Triangle (Melody Place)
Johnny Burgin: No Border Blues Japan (Delmark)
Shemekia Copeland: Uncivil War (single-Alligator)
Kenny Blues Boss Wayne: Go, Just Do It! (Stony Plain)
The Nighthawks: Tryin’ To Get To You (Eller Soul)
The Reverend Shawn Amos & The Brotherhood: Blue Sky (Put Together Music)
Ben Rice & Rob Stone: Out Of The Box (Middle Mountain Music)
Tinsley Ellis: Ice Cream In Hell (Alligator)
Tyler Morris: Living In The Shadows (Vizztone)
Gary Moore: Live From London (Provogue)

Also Played in no particular order:

  • Louisiana’s Le Roux: One Of These Days (Self)
  • Eric Hughes Band: Postcard From Beale Street (Endless Blues)
  • Crystal Shawanda: Church Home Blues (New Sun Records)
  • Mark Telesca: Higher Vibrations (Self)
  • The Smoke Wagon Blues Band: The Ballad Of Albert Johnson (Self)
  • Chickenbone Slim: Sleeper (Lo-Fi-Mob Records)
  • Rusty Ends Hillbilly Hoodoo: The Last Of The Boogiemen (Self)
  • Gregg Martinez: Mac Daddy Mojeaux (NOLA Blue)
  • Tas Cru: Drive On (Subcat Records)
  • Richard Ray Farrell: Three Pints Of Gin (Blue Beet Records)
  • Gerald McClendon: Can’t Nobody Stop Me Now (Delta Roots)
  • Val Starr & The Blues Rockets: Lighter Side Of The Blues (Sandwich Factory)

WMWV in Conway, NH’s Blues Summit Top 25 for May, 2020

1. John Primer & Bob Corritore: The Gypsy Woman Told Me (SWMAF/Vizztone)

2. Mark Hummel: Wayback Machine (Electro-Fi)

3. Phantom Blues Band: Still Cookin’ (Vizztone)

4. The Proven Ones: You Ain’t Done (Gulf Coast)

5. Sass Jordan: Rebel Moon Blues (Stony Plain)

6. Roomful of Blues: In A Roomful of Blues (Alligator)

7. Anni Piper: Blow Up Doll (Sugar Daddy)

8. Lisa Mills: The Triangle (Melody Place)

9. Ryan Perry: High Risk, Low Return (Ruf)

10. The Nighthawks: Tryin’ To Get To You (Eller Soul)

11. Liz Mandeville: Playing With Fire (Blue Kitty)

12. Crystal Shawanda: Church House Blues (True North)

13. Evelyn Rubio: Crossing Boarders (Sea Speed Prod.)

14. Tyler Morris: Living In The Shadows (Vizztone)

15. Ben Rice & RB Stone: Out Of The Box (Self)

16. Whitney Shay: Stand Up! (Ruf)

17. Tomislav Goluban: Memphis Light (Spona)

18. Tony Holiday: Soul Service (Vizztone)

19. Albert Cummings: Believe (Provogue)

20. Tas Cru: Drive On (Subcat)

21. Blind Lemon Pledge: Goin’ Home (Ofer Records)

22. Chickenbone Slim: Sleeper (Lo-Fi-Mob)

23. Eliza Neal: Black Crow Moan (E-H Records)

24. Tinsley Ellis: Ice Cream In Hell (Alligator)

25. Steve Howell: Long Ago (Out Of The Past Music)

Also Played In No Particular Order:

  • Robert Cray Band: That’s What I heard (Nozzle)
  • Louisiana’s Le Roux: One Of These Days (Self)
  • Laura Green: Green Eyed Blues (Self)
  • The Wildcat O’Halloran Band: Deck Of Cards (Self)
  • Betty Fox Band: Peace In Pieces (Foxy Cavanugh)
  • Johnny Burgin: No Border Blues Japan (Delmark)
  • Linsey Alexander: Live At Rosa’s (Delmark)
  • Gravel & Grace: Bringing The Blues (Self)

WMWV In Conway, NH’s Blues Summit Top 25 For April, 2020

1. Roomful Of Blues: In A Roomful Of Blues (Alligator)

2. John Primer & Bob Corritore: The Gypsy Woman Told Me (SWMAF/Vizztone)

3. Phantom Blues Band: Still Cookin’ (Vizztone)

4. The Proven Ones: You Ain’t Done (Gulf Coast Records)

5. Sass Jordan With The Champagne Hookers: Rebel Moon Blues (Stony Plain)

6. Tyler Morris: Living In The Shadows (Vizztone)

7. Rory Block: Prove It On Me (Stony Plain)

8. Avey Growns Band: The Devil May Care (Self)

9. B.B. & The Blues Shacks: Dirty Thirty (Rhythm Bomb)

10. David Bromberg Band: Big Road (Red House)

11. Ryan Perry: High risk, Low Return (Ruf)

12. Zakiya Hooker: Legacy (BWTH Inc.)

13. Chrystal Shawanda: Church House Blues (True North)

14. Tinsley Ellis: Ice Cream In Hell (Alligator)

15. Liz Mandeville: Playing With Fire (Blue Kitty Records)

16. Jimmy Johnson: Every Day Of You Life (Delmark)

17. Blind Lemon Pledge: Goin’ Home (Ofer Records)

18. Albert Cummings: Believe (Provogue)

19. Anni Piper: Blow Up Doll (Sugar Daddy Records)

20. Lisa Mills: The Triangle (Melody Lane Records)

21. The Reverend Shawn Amos & The Brotherhood: Blue Sky (Put Together Music)

22. The Wildcat O’Halloran Band: Deck Of Cards (Self)

23. Sister Lucille: Alive (Endless Blues)

24. Reverend Freakchild: The Bodishattva Blues (Treated And Released Records)

25. Lucinda Williams: Good Souls, Better Angels (Highway 20 Records/Thirty Tigers)

Also Played In No Particular Order:

  • Val Starr & The Blues Rockets: Lighter Side Of The Blues (Sandwich Factory)
  • Andrew Alli: Hard Workin’ Man (Eller Soul)
  • Al Gold’s Paradise: Al Gold’s Paradise (Gold Songs)
  • Dorothy Moore: I’m Happy With The One I’ve Got Now (Farrish Street Records Of MS)
  • LeRoy Ellington’s Sacred Hearts: Live And Kickin’ It (Self)
  • Rusty Ends & Hillbilly Hoodoo: The Lst Of The Boogiemen (Self)
  • Sonny Landreth: Blacktop Run (Provogue)
  • Bill Blue: The King Of Crazy Town (Conch Town)
  • Chris Shutters With Special Guest Jimmy Burns: Good Gone Bad (Third Street Cigar)

WMWV In Conway, NH’s Blues Summit Playlist For March, 2020

Roomful Of Blues: In A Roomful Of Blues (Alligator)
Rory Block: Prove It On Me (Stony Plain)
Sass Jordan With The Champagne Hookers: Rebel Moon Blues (Stony Plain)
Ryan Perry: High Risk, Low Reward (Ruf)
B.B. & The Blues Shacks: Dirty Thirty (Rhythm Bomb)
Casey Hensley: Good As Gone (Redeye Dist./Vizztone)
Phantom Blues Band: Still Cookin’ (Vizztone)
Mark Hummel: Wayback Machine (Electro-Fi)
Liz Mandeville: Playing With Fire (Blue Kitty Music)
Jimmy Johnson: Every Day Of Your Life (Delmark)
Watermelon Slim: Traveling Man (Northern Blues)
Tinsley Ellis: Ice Cream In Hell (Alligator)
Albert Castiglia: Wild And Free (Gulf Coast Records)
Albert Cummings: Believe (Provogue)
Gary Moore: Live In London (Provogue)
Tas Cru: Drive On (Subcat)
Chickenbone Slim: Sleeper (Lo Fi Mob Records)
Sister Lucille: Alive (Endless Blues)
Val Starr & The Blues Rockets: Lighter Side Of The Blues (Sandwich Factory)
Whitney Shay: Stand Up! (Ruf)
The Wildcat O’Halloran Band: Deck Of Cards (Self)
Lisa Mills: The Triangle (Melody Place)
John Primer & Bob Corritore: The Gypsy Woman Told Me (SWMAF/Vizztone)
Tomislav Goluban: Memphis Light (Spona)
Tyler Morris: Living In The Shadow (Vizztone)

Also played in no particular order:

  • Ben Rice/RB Stone: Out Of The Box (Middle Mountain Music)
  • Cindy Cashdollar: Waltz For Abilene (Silver Shot Records)
  • Carnes & shew: Carnes & Shew (Self)
  • Mick Kolassa: Blind Lemon Sessions (Endless Blues)
  • Dorothy Moore: I’m Happy With the One I Have Now (Farish Street Records of MS)
  • The Reverend Shawn Amos: Blue sky (Put It Together Music)
  • Chris Shutters With Special Guest Jimmy Burns: Good Gone Bad (Third Street Cigar Records)
  • Sarah Baker: Baker’s Dozen (Self)
  • Laura Green: Green Eyed Blues (Self)
  • Stephan Cooper And The Nobody Famous: Stephan Cooper And The Nobody Famous (Self)

WMWV In Conway, NH’s Blues Summit Top 25 for February, 2020

Tinsley Ellis: Ice Cream In Hell (Alligator)
Mark Hummel: Wayback Machine (Electro-Fi)
Albert Cummings: Believe (Provogue)
Jimmy Johnson: Every Day Of My Life (Delmark)
Bill Blue: The King Of Crazytown (Conch Town Music)
Tas Cru: Drive On (Subcat)
Cindy Cashdollar: Waltz For Abilene (Silver Shot)
Gary Moore: Live From London (Provogue)
Phantom Blues Band: Still Cookin’ (Vizztone)
Whitney Shay: Stand Up! (Ruf)
Chandra Rule + Sweet Emma Band: Hold On (PAO Records)
BB & The Blues Shacks: Dirty Thirty (Rhythm Bomb)
Sister Lucille: Alive (Endless Blues)
The Forrest McDonald Band Featuring Andrew Black: Blues In A Bucket (World Talent)
Lisa Mills: The Triangle (Melody Place)
Thorbjorn Risager & The Black Tornado: Come On In (Ruf)
G. Love: The Juice (Thirty Tigers)
Richard Ray Farrell: Three Pints Of Gin (Blue Beet Records)
Val Starr & The Blues Rockets: Lighter Side Of The Blues (Sandwich Factory)
Harper And Midwest Kind: Rise Up! (Access Records)
Roomful of Blues: In A Roomful of Blues (Alligator)
Casey Hensley: Good As Gone (Redeye Dist./Vizztone)
Dave keller: Live At Killer Guitar thriller (Tastee tone)
Backtrack Blues Band: Your Baby Ha Left (Vizztone)
John Blues Boyd: What My Eyes Haven’t Seen (Gulf Coast Records)
Also Played In No Particular Order:
The Mary Jo Curry Band: Front Porch (Self)
Misty Blues: No More To Give (single-Self)
Betty Fox Band: Peace In Pieces (Foxy Cavanaugh)

WMWV in Conway, NH’s Blues Summit top 25 Playlist for January, 2020

Jimmy Johnson: Every Day Of Your Life (Delmark)
Tinsley Ellis: Ice Cream In Hell (Alligator)
Mark Hummel: Wayback Machine (Electro-Fi)
Phantom Blues Band: Still Cookin’ (Vizztone)
The Forrest McDonald Band Featuring Andrew Black: Blues In A Bucket (World Talent Records)
Albert Cummings: Believe (Provogue)
Chris Shutters With Special Guest Jimmy Burns: Good Gone Bad (Third Street Cigar Records)
Thornbjorn Risager & Black Tornado: Come On In (Ruf)
Chandra rule + Sweet Emma Band: Hold On (Pao Records)
Southside Denny: Rollin Home (BluJazz Productions)
Mick Kolassa: Blind Lemon Sessions (Endless Blues)
Tom The Suit Forst: World Of Broken Hearts (Retro Records)
Marie Martens & The Messarounds: Travelled (Self)
Betty Fox Band: Peace In Pieces (Self)

WMWV in Conway, NH’s Blues Summit Top 25 for December, 2019

V.A.: 16 Classic Blues Songs From The 1920’s, Vol.17 (Blues Images)
Keb’ Mo’: Moonlight, Mistletoe & You (Concord)
Eden Brent With Bob Dowell: An Eden Brent Christmas (Yellow Dog)
Michele D’Amour & The Love Dealers: Christmas In Blue (Warrior Poet Productions)
Diane Blue: Look For The Light (Regina Royale)
Johnny Burgin: Live (Delmark)
Dawn Tyler Watson: Mad Love (Self)
Jimmy Vaughan: Baby, Please Come Home (The Last Music Co.)
The Cash Box Kings: Hail To The Kings (Alligator)
Brody Buster’s One Man Band: Damn! I Spilled The Blues (Booga Music/Vizztone)
11. Delbert McClinton & Self-Made Men + Dana: Tall, Dark & Handsome (Hot Shot Records)
The BB King Blues Band: The Soul Of The King (Ruf)
11 Guys Quartet: Small Blues And Grooves (Vizztone)
Biscuit Miller And The Mix: Chicken Grease (American Showplace Music)
Bob Margolin: This Guitar And Tonight (Vizztone)
Harpdog Brown: For Love & Money (Dog House Records)
Matty T. Wall: Transpacific Blues, Vol. 1 (Hipster Dumpster Records)
Jimmy Carpenter: Soul Doctor (Gulf Coast Records)
Annika Chambers: Kiss My Sass (Vizztone)
Ben Levin: Forgot Mrs. Claus (Vizztone single)
Polly O’Keary & The Rhythm Method: As Live As it Gets (Self)
The Jimmys: Gotta Have It (Self)
Samantha Fish: Kill Or Be Kind (Rounder)
John Primer: The Soul Of A Bluesman (Blues House Productions)
Griff Hamlin And The Single Barrel Blues Band: I’ll Drink To That (Self)

WMWV In Conway, NH’s Blues Summit Top 25 For November, 2019

Joanna Connor: Rise (M.C. Records)
Diane Blue: Look For The Light (Regina Royale)
V.A.: Don’t Pass Me By; A Tribute To Sean Costello (Landslide)
Nancy Wright: Alive & Blue (Direct Hit/Vizztone)
Jimmy “Duck” Holmes: Cypress Grove (Easy Eye Sound)
Junior Watson: Nothin’ To It But To Do It (Little Village Foundation)
Rick Estrin & The Nightcats: Contemporary (Alligator)
Altered Five Blues Band: Ten Thousand Watts (Blind Pig)
Christone “Kingfish” Ingram: Kingfish (Alligator)
V.A.: 16 Classic Blues Songs From The 1920’s Vol. 17 (Blues Images)
Toronzo Cannon And The Chicago Way: The Chicago Way (Alligator)
Mindi Abair And The Boneshakers: No Good Deed (Pretty Good For A Girl Records)
The Nick Moss Band Featuring Dennis Gruenling: Lucky Guy! (Alligator)
Dave Spector: Blues From The Inside Out (Delmark)
The Texas Horns: Get Here Quick (Severn)
Al Basile: B’s Hot House (Sweet Sot Records)
Heather Newman: Rise From The Flames (Vizztone)
The Brooklyn Pizzaiolos: Right Outta Da Oven (Cousin Mo Music)
Breezy Rodio: If It Ain’t Broke Don’t Fix It (Delmark)
John Mayall: Nobody Told Me (Forty Below Records)
North Mississippi Allstars: Up And Running (New/West)
Heavy Drunk: Holywater (4142 Music)
Sugaray Rayford: Somebody Save Me (Forty Below Records)
Bruce Katz: Solo ride (American Showplace Music)
Albert Castiglia: Masterpiece (Gulf Coast Records)

Also Played In No Particular Order:

  • Ronnie Wood With His Wild Five: Mad Lad; A Tribute To Chuck Berry (BMG)
  • Mike Zito And Friends: Rock ‘N’ Roll; A Tribute To Chuck Berry (Ruf)
  • GA-20: Lonely Soul (Karma Chief)
  • Bonita And The Blues Shacks: Sweet Thing (Rhythm Bomb)
  • Randy McAllister And The Scrappiest Band In The Motherland: Spitball, Shatter And Patch (Reaction Records)
  • Gary Allegretto: Blues On The Trail (Harmonic Cowboy Records)
  • Joanne Broh: Live (Double Y Records)
  • The Hideaways: The Lost Tapes Vol. 1 (Mindsmoke Records)
  • 11 Guys Quartet: Small Blues And Grooves (Vizztone)
  • Barbara Stehan: Come On Over To me (Self)
  • Sister Lucille: Alive (Endless Blues)
  • Muraly Coryell: Made In Texas (Shake-It-Sugar Records)
  • Popa Chubby: It’s A Mighty Hard Road (Popa chubby Prod.)

WMWV in Conway, NH’s Blues Summit Top 25 Playlist for October, 2019

V.A.: Cadillac Baby’s Bea & Baby Records; The Definitive Collection (Earwig)
Toronzo Cannon And The Chicago Way: The Preacher, The Politician Or The Pimp (Alligator)
Biscuit Miller And The Mix: Chicken Grease (American Showplace Music)
V.A.: Tribute To Sean Costello; Don’t Pass Me By (Landslide)
Giles Robson: Don’t Give Up On The Blues (American Showplace Music)
Brody Buster’s One Man Band: Damn! I Spilled The Blues (Vizztone)
Bob Margolin: This Guitar And Tonight (Vizztone)
Diane Blue: Look Into The Light (Regina Royale)
Lucky Peterson: Just Warming Up (Harmonia Mundi)
Christone “Kingfish” Ingram: Kingfish (Alligator)
Jimmy “Duck” Holmes: Cypress Grove (Easy Eye Sound)
The Paul Deslauriers Band: Bounce (BROS/Vizztone)
Dawn Tyler Watson: Mad Love (Self)
Tennessee Redemption: Tennessee Redemption (Endless Blues)
Bob Corritore & Friends: Do The Hip-Shake, Baby! (SWMAF/Vizztone)
Annika Chambers: Kiss My Sass (Vizztone)
Arthur Adams: Here To Make You Feel Good (Cleopatra Records)
Benny Turner & Cash McCall: Going Back Home (NOLA Blue)
John Bergin: Live (Delmark)
The Cash Box Kings: Hail To The Kings! (Alligator)
The Nick Moss Band Featuring Dennis Gruenling: Lucky Guy! (Alligator)
J.P. Soars: Let Go Of The Reins (Whiskey Bayou)
Harpdog Brown: For Love & Money (Dog House Records)
Mindi Abair And The Boneshakers: No Good Deed (Pretty Good For A Girl Records)
Altered Five Blues Band: Ten thousand Watts (Blind Pig)

Also Played In No Particular Order:

  • Meg Williams: The Muscle Shoals Sessions (NOLA Blue)
  • Marie Marten & The Messaround: Travelled (Self)
  • Kentucky Headhunters: Live At The Ramblin’ Man Fair (Alligator)
  • Tommy Castro And The Painkillers: Killin’ It Live-Alligator)
  • Reese Wynans And Friends|Sweet Release (J&R Adventures)
  • Blues Meets Girl: Blues Meets Girl (Self)
  • Screamin’ John & TD Lind: Mr. Little Big Man (Down In The Alley)
  • GA-20|Lonely Soul (Karma Chief)
  • Big Poppa Stampley: Juke Box Blues (Self)
  • Chris O’Leary: 7 Minutes late (American Showplace Music)
  • Les Copeland: One More Foot In The Quicksand (Earwig)
  • Joanne Shaw Taylor: Reckless (Sony)
  • Teresa James & The Rhythm Method: Live (Jesi-Lu Records)
  • Sister Lucille: Alive (Endless Blues)
  • Moonshine Society: Sweet Thing (Mojo Music Group)
  • Ronnie Earl & The Broadcasters: Beyond The Blue Door (Stony Plain)
  • Tony Holiday: Front Porch Sessions (Vizztone)
  • Little Charlie & The Nightcats: Contemporary (Alligator)
  • Magic Slim & The Teardrops: I’m Gonna Play The Blues (Wolf)
  • Coco Montoya: Coming In Hot (Alligator)
  • Jersey Swamp Cats: Go Cat Go (Self)
  • Cheyenne James: Burn It Up (Self)
  • Zac Harmon: Mississippi BarBQ (Catfood Records)
  • Blue Moon Marquee: Bare Knuckles & Brawn (Factor)
  • Dwayne Dixon: Betting On A Gambling Man (Self)
  • Brad Vickers & The Vestapolitans: Twice As Nice (Mad Hat Tone)
  • The B. Christopher Band: Two Rivers Back (Guitar On Records)
  • Wentus Blues Band With Duke Robillard: Too Much Mustard (Ramasound)
  • Johnny Rawls: I Miss Otis Clay (Third Street Cigar Records)
  • Fillmore Slim: Son Of the Seven Sisters (Self)
  • Sunday Wilde & The 1 Eyed jacks (Self)
  • Junior Watson: Nothin’ To It But To Do It (Little Village Foundation)
  • Mike Dangeroux/Inneta Visor: It’s About Time (Raw Dawg Records)
  • Billy Price: Dog Eat Dog (Gulf Coast Records)
  • Albert Castiglia: Masterpiece (Gulf Coast Records)
  • Steve Cohen: Looking Back (Self)
  • Catfish Keith: Catfish Crawl (Fish Tail Records)
  • Ben Levin: Before me (Vizztone)
  • Jimmy Carpenter: Soul Doctor (Gulf Coast Records)
  • Levee town: City Hall (Self)
  • Big Jack Reynolds: That’s A Good Way To Get To Heaven (Third Street Cigar Records)

WMWV’s Blues Summit Playlist for September, 2019

1. Mindi Abair And The Boneshakers: No Good Deed (Pretty Good For A Girl Records)

2. Ronnie Earl & The Broadcasters: Beyond The Blue Door (Stony Plain)

3. Diane Blue: Look For The Light (Regina Royale Records)

4. Toronzo Cannon: The Preacher, The Politician Or The Pimp (Alligator)

5. Rick Estrin & The Nightcats: Contemporary (Alligator)

6. B.B. King Blues Band: The Soul Of The King (Ruf)

7. The Nick Moss Band Featuring Dennis Gruenling: Lucky Guy! (Alligator)

8. John Primer Featuring The Real Deal Blues Band: The Soul Of A Bluesman (Blues House Records)

9. Miss Bix & The Blues Fix: We Don’t Own The Blues (Self)

10. Bruce Katz: Solo Ride (American Showplace Music)

11. Beth Hart: War In My Mind (Provogue)

12. Wentus Blues Band With Duke Robillard: Too Much Mustard (Ramasound Records)

13. Nancy Wright: Alive & Blue (Direct Hit/Vizztone)

14. Terry Hanck: I Still Get Excited (Greaseland Records/Vizztone)

15. Altered Five Blues Band: Ten thousand Watts (Blind Pig/The Orchard)

16. Tennessee Redemption: Redemption (Endless Blues Records)

17. Smokey Greenwell: Blues And The Power Of Peace (Greenwell Records)

18. Tad Robinson: Real Street (Severn)

19. Jimmy Carpenter: Soul Doctor (Gulf Coast Records)

20. Jimmie Vaughan: Baby, Please Come Back (The Last Music Co.)

21. Fruteland Jackson: Good As Your Last Dollar (Electro-Fi)

22. Lil A And The Allnighters: Hip Ya (Straight Up Blues Prod.)

23. Slim & The Percolators: Slim & The Percolators (8th Train Records)

24. Paul Gabriel: Man Of Many Blues (Smoke Ring Records)

25. Nick Schnebelen: Crazy All By Myself (Vizztone)

Also Played In No Particular Order:

  • Smokey Greenwell: Blues And The Power Of Peace (Self)
  • Big Joe And The Dynaflows: Rockhouse Party (Severn)
  • Billie Williams: Hell To Pay (Self)
  • Rosie Flores: Simple Case Of The Blues (The Last Music Co.)
  • Jeff Dale And The South Woodlawners: Blues Power (Pro Sho Bidness)
  • Junior Watson: Nothin’ To Do But To Do It (Little Village Foundation)
  • Giles Robson: Don’t Give Up On The Blues (American Showplace Music)
  • Manx Marriner Mainline: Hell Bound For Heaven (Stony Plain)
  • North Mississippi Allstars: Up And Rolling (New/West)
  • 21Blue: Live From Heartwood (Tribal Records)

WMWV in Conway, NH’s Blues Summit Top 25 for August, 2019

Walter Trout: Survivor Blues (Provogue)
Danielle Nicole: Cry No More (Concord)
The Nick Moss Band Featuring Dennis Gruenling: Lucky Guy! (Alligator)
Ronnie Earl & The Broadcasters: Beyond The Blue Door (Stony Plain)
Mindi Abair & The Boneshakers: No Good Deed (Pretty Good For A Girl)
Coco Montoya: Coming In Hard (Alligator)7.Southern Avenue: Keep On (Concord)
Christone Kingfish Ingram: Kingfish (Alligator)
Annika Chambers: Kiss My Sass (Vizztone)
Billy Branch & Sons Of Blues: Roots And Branches (Alligator)
The B.B. King Blues Band: The Soul Of The King (Ruf)
Chris O’Leary: 7 Minutes Late (American Showplace Music)
Nancy Wright: Alive & Blue (Direct Hit/Vizztone)
The Texas Horns: Get Here Quick (Severn)
The Cash Box Kings: Hail To The Kings! (Alligator)
Lil A And The Allnighters: Hip Ya (Self)
Harpdog Brown: For Love & Money (Dog House Records)
Dawn Tyler Watson: Mad Love (Self)
Delbert McClinton & Self-Made Men + Dana: Tall, Dark & Handsome (Hot Spot/Thirty Tigers)
Reese Wynans And Friends: Sweet Release (J&R Adventures)
Bruce Katz: Solo Ride (American Showplace Music)
Heather Newman: Rise From The Ashes (Vizztone)
Bob Corritore & Friends: Do The Hip-Shake, Baby! (SWMAF/Vizztone)
Mary Lane: Travelin’ Women (Women Of The Blues Records)
J.P. Soars: Let Go Of The Reins (Whiskey Bayou Records)

Also Played In No Particular Order:

  • Arthur Adams: Here To Make You Feel Good (Cleopatra)
  • Polly O’Keary & The Rhythm Method: As Live As It Gets (Self)
  • Magic Slim & The Teardrops: I’m Gonna Play The Blues (Wolf)
  • John Mayall: Nobody Told Me (Forty Below)
  • Jersey Swamp Cats: Go Cat Go! (Self)
  • Big Poppa Stampley: Jukebox Blues (Self)
  • The Ben Racine Band: Live A Montreal (Self)
  • The Paul Deslauriers Band: Bounce (Bros/Vizztone)
  • Professor Louie & The Crowmatics: Miles Of Blues (Woodstock Records)
  • Vivian Vance Kelly: Chicago Here I Come (Wolf)
  • Peter Ward: Train To Key Biscayne (Grandy Dancer)
  • Grady Champion: Slippin’ In; Tribute To Z.Z. Hill (Malaco)
  • Toronzo Cannon & The Chicago Way: The Preacher, The Politician Or The Pimp (Alligator)
  • Rick Estrin & The Nightcats: Contemporary (Alligator)

WMWV In Conway, NH’s Blues Summit Top 25 for July, 2019

1. Delbert McClinton & Self-Made Men + Dana: Tall, Dark & Handsome (Hot Shot/Thirty Tigers)

2. Christone “Kingfish” Ingram: Kingfish (Alligator)

3. Billy Branch & Sons Of Blues: Roots And Branches; The Songs Of Little Walter (Alligator)

4. Dawn Tyler Watson: Mad Love (Self)

5. Mindi Abair And The Boneshakers: No Good Deed (Pretty Good For A Girl Records)

6. The Cash Box Kings: Hail To The Kings! (Alligator)

7. Southern Avenue: Keep On (Concord)

8. Tommy Castro And The Painkillers: Killin’ It Live (Alligator)

9. Bob Corritore & Friends: Do The Hip-Shake Baby! (SWMAF/Vizztone)

10. Nancy Wright: Alive & Blue (Direct Hit/Vizztone)

11. Zac harmon: Mississippi Bar BQ (Catfood Records)

12. Benny Turner & Cash McCall: Going Back Home (NOLA Blue)

13. Chris O’Leary: 7 Minutes Late (American Showplace Music)

14. Lil A And The Allnighters: Hip-Ya (Straight Up Blues)

15. Willie Buck: The Willie Buck Way (Delmark)

16. Terry Hanck: I Still Get Excited (Greaseland/Vizztone)

17. The BB King Blues Band: The Soul Of The King (Ruf)

18. The Texas Horns: Get Here Quick (Severn)

19. Reese Wynans And Friends: Sweet Release (J&R Adventures)

20. Watermelon Slim: Church Of The Blues (Northern Blues)

21. Bloodest Saxophone: Texas Queens 5 (Dialtone/Vizztone)

22. Harpdog Brown: For Love & Money (Dog House Records)

23. Brandon Santini: The Longshot (American Showplace Music)

24. Albert Castiglia: The Masterpiece (Gulf Coast Records)

25. Jersey Swamp Rats: Go Cat Go (Self)

Also Played In No Particular Order:

  • Savoy Brown: City Night (Quarter Valley Records)
  • Jason Ricci & The Bad Kind: My Chops Are rolling (Eller Soul)
  • Bonita & The Blues Shacks: Sweet Thing (Rhythm Bomb)
  • Joanne Broh: Live (Double Y Records)
  • Mitch Woods: Tip Of The Hat To Fats (Blind Pig)
  • Tullie Brae: Revelation (Endless Blues)
  • No Name James: Orange (Live Bug Music)
  • Magic Slim & The Teardrops: I’m Gonna Play The Blues (Wolf)
  • Fruteland Jackson: Good As Your Last Dollar (Electro-Fi)
  • Ron Parks And Gypsy Blue: Broke Down On Highway 61 (Self)
  • Heather Newman: Rise From The Flames (Vizztone)
  • Eliza Neal: Sweet Or mean (E-H Records)
  • Les Copeland: One More Foot In The Quicksand (Earwig)
  • Mighty Mike Schermer: Bad Tattoo (Finedog/Vizztone)
  • Joanne Shaw Taylor: Reckless Heart (Sony)
  • V.A.: Battle Of The Blues; Chicago vs. Oakland (Delta Roots)
  • Jimmie Vaughan: Baby, Please Come Home (The Last Music Co.)

WMWV in Conway, NH’s Blues Summit Top 25 for June, 2019

1. Christone “Kingfish” Ingrams: Kingfish (Alligator)

2. The Texas Horns: Get Here Quick (Severn)

3. The BB King Blues Band: The Soul Of The King (Ruf)

4. Walter Trout: Survivor Blues (Provogue)

5. Tommy Castro And The Painkillers: Killin’ It Live (Alligator)

6. The Cash Box Kings: Hail To The Kings (Alligator)

7. Chris O’Leary: 7 Minutes Late (American Showplace Music)

8. Watermelon Slim: The Church Of The Blues (Northern Blues)

9. Reese Wynans And Friends: Sweet Release (J&R Adventures)

10. Kenny “Beedy Eyes” Smith: Drop The Hammer (Big Eyes Records)

11. Nick Schnebelen Band: Crazy All By Myself (Vizztone)

12. Heather Newman: Rise From The Flames (Vizztone)

13. Southern Avenue: Keep On (Concord)

14. John Mayall: Nobody Told Me (Forty Below Records)

15. Harpdog Brown: For Love & Money (Dog House Records)

16. Bloodest Saxophone: Texas Queens 5 (Dialtone/Vizztone)

17. Tony Holiday: Porch Sessions (Vizztone)

18. Nancy Wright: Alive & Blue (Direct Hit/Vizztone)

19. Peter Ward: Train To Key Biscayne (Grandy Dancer Records)

20. Magic Slim & The Teardrops: I’m Gonna Play The Blues (Wolf)

21. Rosie Flores: Simple Case Of The Blues (The Last Music Co.)

22. Jimmie Vaughan: Baby, Please Come Home (The Last Music Co.)

23. Brandon Santini: The Longshot (American Showplace Music)

24. Albert Castiglia: Masterpiece (Gulf Coast Records)

25. Fruteland Jackson: Good As Your Last Dollar (Electro-Fi)

WMWV in Conway, NH’s Blues Summit Top 25 for May, 2019

1. Christone Kingfish Ingram: Kingfish (Alligator)

2. The BB King Blues Band: A Tribute To The King (Ruf)

3. Benny Turner And Cash McCall: Going Back Home (NOLA Blue)

4. The Cash Box Kings: Hail To The Kings (Alligator)

5. Jimmie Vaughan: Baby, Please Come Home (The Last Record Co.)

6. Bob Corritore & Friends: Do The Hip-Shake Baby (SWMAF/Vizztone)

7. Sugaray Rayford: Somebody Save Me (Forty Below Records)

8. Fruteland Jackson: Good As Your Last Dollar (Electro-Fi)

9. Joanne Shaw Taylor: Reckless Heart (Sony)

10. Tommy Castro And The Painkillers: Killin’ It Live (Alligator)

11. Reese Wynans And Friends: Sweet Release (J&R Adventures)

12. Rosie Flores: Simple Case Of The Blues (The Last Record Co.)

13. The Duke Robillard Band: Ear Worms (Stony Plain)

14. Harpdog Brown: For Love & Money (Dog House Records)

15. The Texas Horns: Get Here Quick (Severn)

16. Walter Trout: Survivor Blues (Provogue)

17. John Mayall: Nobody Told Me (Forty Below)

18. Bloodest Saxophone: Texas Queens 5 (Dialtone/Vizztone)

19. Tony Holiday: Front Porch Sessions (Vizztone)

20. Manx Marriner Mainline: Hell Bound For Heaven (Stony Plain)

21. Chris O’Leary: 7 Minutes Late (American Showplace Music)

22. Watermelon Slim: Church Of The Blues (Northern Blues)

23. Pack Rat’s Smokehouse: Men Of The Swamp Live (Black Frost Music)

24. Peter Ward: Train To Biscayne (Grandy Dancer)

25. Diana Rein: Queen Of My Castle (Gulf Coast Records)

Also Played In No Particular Order:

Connie Hawkins And The Blues Wreckers: Crying In The Rain (Little Red Records)

Rockin’ Johnny & Quique Gomez: Dos Hombres Wanted (Vizztone)

Rev. Freakchild: Road Dog Darma (Treated And Released Records)

Steve Howell & Jason Weinheimer: History Rhymes (Out Of The Past Records)

Barbara Healy: Barbara Healy Live With Groove Too (McKenna Records)

Magic Sam & The Teardrops: I’m Gonna Play The Blues (Wolf)

Bonita & The Blues Shacks: Sweet Thing (Rhythm Bomb)

Jon Gindick: Love At The All Night Café (Old Chimney Records)

Paula Harris: Speakeasy (Self)

Bad Infuence: Got What You Need (Badblues Records)

Mary Lane: Travelin’ Woman (Women Of The Blues)

Murali Coryell: Made In Texas (Shake-It-Sugar Records)

Tony Campanella: Taking It To The Street (Gulf Coast Records)

WMWV in Conway, NH’s Blues Summit Top 25 for April, 2019

Christone “Kingfish” Ingram: Kingfish (Alligator)
Bob Corritore & Friends: Do The Hip-shake Baby! (SWMAF/Vizztone)
Kenny “Beedy Eyes” Smith: Drop The Hammer (Big Eye Records)
The Cash Box Kings: Hail To The Kings (Alligator)
The Texas Horns: Get Here Quick (Severn)
Bloodest Saxophone: Texas Queens 5 (Dialton/Vizztone)
Reese Wynans And Friends: Sweet Release (J&R Adventures)
Walter Trout: Survivor Blues (Provogue)
Willie Buck: The Willie Buck Way (Delmark)
Bonita & The Blues Shacks: Sweet Thing (Rhythm Bomb Records)
Benny Turner & Cash McCall: Going Back Home (NOLA Blue)
Tiffany Pollack & Eric Johanson: Blues In My Blood (NOLA Blue)
Tony Holiday: Porch Sessions (Vizztone)
Watermelon Slim: Church Of The Blues (Northern Blues)
Ally Venable: Texas Honey (Ruf)
The Duke Robillard Band: Ear Worms (Stony Plain)
Rick Vito: Soulshaker (Vizztone)
AG Weinberger: Reborn (Big Foot Records)
Harpdog Brown: For Love & Money (Dog House Records)
Sugaray Rayford: Somebody Save Me (Forty Below Records)
Mary Lane: Travelin’ Woman (Women Of The Blues)
Mitch Woods: A Tip Of The Hat To Fats (Blind Pig/The Orchard)
Rosie Flores: Simple Case Of the Blues (The Last Records Co.)
Packrat’s Smokehouse: Men Of The Swamp Live (Black Frost Records)
Nick Schnebelen: Crazy All By Myself (Vizztone)

Also Played:

Big Daddy Wilson: Deep In My Soul (Ruf)
Reed Turchi & His Kudzu Choir: Midnight In Memphis (Self)
Brandon Santini: The Lonshot (American Showplace Music)
Eric Gales: The Bookends (Provogue)
Joanne Broh: Live (Double Y Records)
Tokyo Tramps: If I Die Tomorrow (Vagabond Entertainment)

WMWV in Conway, NH’s Blues Summit top 25 for January, 2019

1. Benny Turner and Cash McCall: Going Back Home (NOLA Blue)

2. The Kentucky Headhunters: Live At The Ramblin’ Man Fair (Alligator)

3. Chris O’Leary: 7 Minutes Late (American Showplace Music)

4. Bloodest Saxophone: Texas Queen 5 (Dialtone-Vizztone)

5. Watermelon Slim: Church Of The Blues (Northern Blues)

6. Dirty Red And The Soul Shakers: Cloudless Day (Dirty Red Records)

7. Atomic Road Kings: Clean Up The Blood (Big Tone Records)

8. Gaye Adegbalola: The Griot (Hot Toddy/Vizztone)

9. Colin Linden & Luther Dickenson With The Tennessee Valentines: Amour (Stony Plain)

10. Big Al And The Heavyweights: World Full Of Trouble (Eller Soul)

11. Big Joe & The Dynaflows: Rock House Party (Severn)

12. Ina Forsman: Been Meaning To Tell You (Ruf)

13. Dee Miller Band: Leopard Print Dress (Self)

14. Seth Rosenbloom: Keep On Turning (Self)

15. Shaw Davis & The Black Ties: Tales From The West (Self)

16. James Buddy Rogers: Everytime (JBR Records)

17. Ric Harris: Open For Business (Idiomatic Music)

18. Charlie Crockett : Charlie Crocket Presents: Lil G. L.’s Blue Bonanza (Thirty Tigers)

19. Eric Schenkman: Who Shot John? (Vizztone)

Air Staff WMWV – 93.5

Roy Prescott has been a radio and music lover since listening to 60’s rock ‘n roll on Boston’s WRKO and WMEX. Back when they played music. In Arlington, MA, he and his friends would set up a faux radio station in the basement and spin the 45’s they had, plus the ones they “borrowed” from siblings. Pretending to be playing “the most from coast to coast”. Later on Cape Cod, Roy and his friend Doug, would sit in a car across the street from WCOD in Hyannis, where the DJ was set up in the front window. Roy would say, “I’m gonna do that someday.” Fast forward to 1978. Roy moved to the Mount Washington Valley on October 1st, working at then Crest Chevrolet. Getting to know the community, Roy moved on to tending bar at the Mountain Valley Court Club. Here he got acquainted with WMWV. They had a Sports Talk program and Roy being a sports fan and Wrestling fan (another long story), would make guest appearances on the program. By the way, it’s said that Roy’s resume reads like a tome, although maybe not so scholarly! Fast forward to 1993. Roy and his then wife, opened the Community Market & Deli in Madison. They had fantastic food and did a live broadcast of the daily lunch specials on WMWV. Mark Johnson of WMWV was starting a Blues show and Roy lent him his meager collection and the Blues Summit was born. Roy would join Mark in the studio from time to time, learning the ropes and the board. At one point, Mark became ill with pneumonia and there was no one to host the show. Unbeknownst to the powers that be, Roy filled in for Mark. Almost giving a heart attack to then station manager Jesse Mosston! The big thing? He played all the commercials! Fast forward to 1999. Mark Johnson passed the reins of the Blues Summit to Roy. The show at that point was on Sunday nights. At last count the Blues Summit library boasts 5000 Blues CDs! Fast forward to 2000. Roy sold the Deli AND long time staple on the WMWV airwaves, George Cleveland, took the job running the Gibson Center for Senior Services in North Conway. Roy started his dream job working full time at WMWV, doing afternoons. Roy remembers that during the job interview, Skip Sherman, who had owned the station since the 1950’s asked, “What are your intentions with my radio station?” Feeling like he was asking for a daughter’s hand, Roy replied, “To play the best damn music and not embarrass myself.” I guess he passed the audition! Since that time, Roy has taken over the hosting duties of Morning Drive and continues to host the Blues Summit, now on Wednesday nights 6-9 pm. A giant part of Roy’s job is also getting out into the community for live remote broadcasts, where he says it’s great to actually see the listeners. He quips, “It’s nice to see the people that love (and sometimes don’t love) WMWV. You sit in the studio talking into a mic and hope that you make an impact, no matter how small, on listener’s lives. Radio is very powerful!” Roy was promoted to Program/Music Director in March, 2020 when Mark Johnson left the station after 27 years. It’s a labor of love that makes WMWV one of the coolest radio stations in the country! Sometimes dreams come true.

Clay Groves, Cut his teeth on music in the 1990’s where he spent 5 years managing the now gone, Strawberries Music Stores. He spent all his spare time going to shows (including Woodstock 94) listening to all kinds of music and loving the 1990’s music scene. After Strawberries folded, Clay joined Americorps and served two years as a volunteer teacher in the inner-city schools of Lawrence, MA and then became a middle school science teacher in the same schools. While he was teaching, he met his wife, Kristin, and they decided to move to the Mt Washington Valley where she is now an amazing K-1 teacher in Jackson. Clay then spent the next 15 years working various part-time nonprofit jobs in the valley including, science teacher, director of White Mountains Community College (Conway campus) and afterschool program director. In his spare time, he started the nationally recognized Fish Nerds Podcast (www.fishnerds.com) and quickly became an audio nerd. In addition, Clay is a licensed fishing guide and spends far too much time playing with those slimy animals.

Since moving to the valley, Clay has started his day listening to Roy Prescott’s morning show (Clay is a huge fan) and Clay loves the music on WMWV. In the late fall legendary DJ Mark Johnson called Clay out of the blue and asked him if he wanted to learn to make radio and Clay jumped at the opportunity. Clay learned to run the board, make the live weekend shows and even got a chance to sit in Roy’s Gold-Plated DJ Throne so Roy could take a vacation.

When Covid-19 hit the valley, Clay was heartbroken to be sent home from the station for an indefinite amount of time while the station figured out how to navigate the new world. Then on an amazing spring morning station owner Greg Frizzell called Clay and asked him to come back and now Clay can be heard on air weekdays 1-6pm and weekends 7-1pm. Clay’s favorite thing about the Mount Washington Radio Group is the station’s culture of supporting the community. Clay lives in Conway with wife Kristin and daughters Zoe (13) and Sammy (10) and he loves this community.

Annie Provenzano has been a music fan for as long as she can remember and spent hours singing into her hairbrush in front of the mirror with her friends as a kid. One of her favorite past times is getting together with her friends to talk about forming a band. None of them ever learned how to play instruments, but they always have a hairbrush handy to sing into.

While co-running the Drylongso Coffeehouse in the late 90’s and early aughts she got to meet some of her favorite folk musicians . . . Ferron, Greg Brown, Cheryl Wheeler, Tom Dean, John Gorka, Lucy Kaplansky, David Wilcox and so many others. She also worked as European tour manager for Bill Morrissey. Booking musicians paired nicely with her job hosting ‘Great Acoustics’ – the Thursday night radio show on WMWV during the same timeframe.

In 2020 Annie retired from 35 years working for the Post Office with the final years as Postmaster in various offices around Mt. Washington Valley. She now spends more time doing yoga, walking the dog, enjoying meditation, dipping in ice water and trying to build up the light inside her. She is happy to be back at WMWV working around great music and wonderful people.

George Cleveland

Rob Burbank is the weekend host on WMWV. Over the course of a career in a variety of media, Rob has had the opportunity to interview such noted musicians as David Bromberg, Sarah Borges, and the Father of Bluegrass, Bill Monroe.
Rob loves to share music and information with WMWV listeners in the Mt. Washington Valley and western Maine, as well as with our growing numbers of regional and worldwide listeners who connect with us online at wmwv.com.
When WMWV and Mt. Washington Radio moved to their current headquarters in North Conway, Rob was the last announcer to broadcast from the original location, signing off from the Conway farmhouse studios on June 8, 2002

Dennis Quinn is the host of Scarlet Begonias Radio, Saturday nights from ten ’til midnight. It’s a Grateful Dead radio show, and it’s been on the air in Mount Washington Valley for twenty years, playing the endless supply of quality live recordings of the Grateful Dead and related bands for 2 hours every Saturday night. Dennis started our first website, back when we switched from reel-to-reel tapes and razorblades to the digital era, and he’s lurking in the background of this lastest incarnation. He also does concert sound for The Arts Council of Tamworth, and other non-profits in and around Tamworth.

The Blues Summit

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The Blues Summit debuted in 1993 and celebrated it’s 27th Anniversary in January, 2020! Program Director/Music Director and original host, Mark Johnson named the show for the B.B. King release of that year, and the fact that WMWV is in the White Mountains of NH. At that time, he asked assistance from Blues fan Roy Prescott, borrowing from Roy’s modest record collection. The show aired on Sunday evenings for two hours.

Mark started reporting to Jim McGrath for Living Blues for a time and started developing relationships with Blues labels and genre contacts. Roy continued to co-produce and guest host on the show. In April,1999, Roy took over the hosting duties. When Roy went full-time at WMWV in 2000 and eventually took over the Morning Drive, the Blues Summit moved to Wednesday nights and went to three hours. During Morning Drive on Wednesdays, Roy plays “A Taste of the Blues Summit” at 8:30. This gives him a chance to promote the show and the Blues. WMWV plays a large amount of Blues in its AAA format on a daily basis. Usually one song per hour.

As early as 1989, Roy had been lobbying for a Blues program on WMWV. As that was about to happen, Roy started playing bass in a local band, The Brownfield Blues Band, shelving the radio idea.

Roy continues to report to Living Blues and at least 90 contacts in the Blues industry monthly. He went to the 2000 W.C. Handy Awards and to the 2008 Blues Music Awards. Putting faces to the contacts that he has created relations with. Both times venturing to the Mississippi Delta for fact finding missions.

A big part of the Blues Summit is the interviews with musicians, labels, promoters, Blues authors and historians. The listeners really enjoy this part of the program. Roy has had the honor of interviewing: Koko Taylor, Buddy Guy (3), Odetta, Johnny Otis, John Brim, John Hammond, Bruce Iglauer (3), Bob Koester (2), Bill Wax, Duke Robillard, Maria Muldaur (2), Chris Vachon, Bob Margolin (at least 2), Son Seals, Ann Rabson, Eddy Clearwater, Big Bill Morganfield, Big Jack Johnson, Super Chikan, Nick Moss, Coco Montoya, Rory Block, Taj Mahal and Bob Corritore. Authors Elijah Wald and Ted Gioia. Promoter Betsie Brown and Jay Sieleman of the Blues Foundation. The Blues Summit is the only Blues radio program ever to interview the elusive Jim McGrath, the keeper of the Living Blues Charts! Plus literally hundreds more.

The Blues Summit library has grown from it’s humble beginnings to over 7000 titles, all meticulously maintained by Roy. At any given moment you’ll hear Blues from the 1920’s to the release opened that day! Listener suggestions are usually at the fingertips, as they try to stump the DJ. If you don’t get the exact track you asked for you’ll always get one from that artist.

Mt. Washington Radio & Gramophone’s Greg Frizzell, owner of WMWV says, “As much fun and enjoyment as Roy Prescott has hosting the Blues Summit, he’s serious about the quality of the show and preserving the Blues legacy. The Blues Summit is a staple in WMWV’s programming.”

Roy is a member of the Blues Foundation and subscribes to Living Blues.

The Blues Summit is sponsored each summer by the White Mountain Boogie ‘n’ Blues Festival. A “Keeping The Blues Alive” award winning festival in Thornton, NH. The show is also sponsored by The Red Parka  Steakhouse & Pub in Glen, home of the “Blue Sunday Series”!

Don’t miss the Blues Summit every Wednesday evening, 6-9 PM!

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Conway, NH 03818

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Mt. Washington Radio Settlers’ Green
2 Common Court
Unit A30
North Conway, NH 03860

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