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Radio Charts

Published: 2012/11/21

Slightly Stoopid’s Threepeat

1. Slightly Stoopid Top Of The World
2. Victor Wooten Sword and Stone
3. Dangermuffin Olly Oxen Free
4. Emanuel Jal See Me, Mama
5. Jeff Coffin Mu’tet Into The Air
6. Everyone Orchestra Brooklyn Sessions
7. Jimkata Die Digital
8. Trey Anastasio Traveler
9. Buxter Hoot’n Na na na
10. Papadosio To End The Illusion of Separation
11. 4th Ward Afro Klezmer Orchestra Abdul The Rabbi
12. Anders Osborne Black Eye Galaxy
13. Giant Panda Guerilla Dub Squad Country
14. Patrick Fitzsimmons Hope is
15. Victor Wooten Words and Tones
16. Easy Star All-Stars Thrillah
17. Leftover Salmon Aquatic Hitchhiker
18. Little Feat Rooster Rag
19. Moon Taxi Cabaret
20. Rebelution Peace of Mind
21. Reptar Body Faucet
22. Rubblebucket Oversaturated EP
23. Rusted Root The Movement
24. Sideman Sez A Rob Loyot Project
25. Soundgarden King Animal
26. Willie Nelson Heroes
27. ALO Sounds Like This
28. Jimmy Cliff Rebirth
29. Seven Handle Circus Whiskey Stills and Sleeping Pills
30. The Heavy The Glorious

Reporting Stations

Ear Candy For The Mind
Contact: Mark Mayhall

KBAC, Santa Fe, NM
Contact: Chris Diestler

KBOO, Portland, OR
“Portland General Eclectic”
Contact: Rich Flaminio

KBUT, Crested Butte, CO
“Van Down By The River”
Contact: Josh Elmer

KCFV, St. Louis, MO
Contact: Emily Liebertz

KDHX, St. Louis, MO
“Stumble In the Dark”
Contact: James Mullins

KLNX, Avon, CO
“Jammin’ In The Valley”
Contact: Brian Morgan

KPFA, Berkley, CA
“Grateful Dead Hour”
Contact: David Gans

KPFT, Houston, TX
“Deadbeat Program”
Contact: Sandy Weimann

KPIG, Watsonville, CA
Contact: Tim Lynch

KRFC, Fort Collins, CO
“The NoCo Jam Show”
Contact: Charlie Englar

KSJD, Mancos, CO
Contact: Rebecca Levy

KZYX, Philo, CA
Contact: Mary Aigner

MOJA Radio/Voice Of America
Russ Davis

Sirius JamOn!
Contact: Jessica Besack
Contact: Ryan Walters

WBOI, Fort Wayne, IN
Contact: Todd Harrold
“Toast and Jam”

WBZC, Pemberton, NJ
“Endless Boundaries”
Contact: Jaybird

WDST, Woodstock, NY
“Woodstock Jams”
Contact: Brett Pasternak

WECS, Willimantic, CT
“Bucket O’ Lard”
Contact: Hack

WFSS, Fayetteville, NC
“Acoustic Planet”
Contact: Peggy Mitchell

WGAO, Franklin, MA
Contact: “Crunchy” Mike Akers

WGDR, Plainfield, VT
Contact: Joshuah High

WHUS, Storrs, CT
“Go Funk Yourself”
Contact: Alyssa Mark

WIDR, Kalamazoo, MI
Contact: Eric Fischer
“Don’t Be Square Jamz”

Wildman Steve Radio, Auburn, AL
Contact: “Wildman” Steve Bronson

WKHS, Centreville, MD
“Road Trippin’ Show”
Contact: Bill Wright

WKKL, Barnstable, MA
“Surrender To The Airwaves”
Contact: Sam Holmstock

WKPS, University Park, PA
Contact: JungEn

WKRL (“K-Rock”), Syracuse, NY
“K-Rock Jam Sessions”
Contact: Kyle Shay

WKZE, Red Hook, NY
Contact: Rick Schneider

WMHB, Waterville, ME
Contact: Linda Kennedy

WMNF, Tampa, FL
“In The Groove”
Contact: Thor & Eric

WNCW, Spindale, NC
Contact: Martin Anderson

WNRN, Charlottesville, VA
“Grateful Dead & Phriends”
Contact: Marc Smith

WNRS, Amherst, VA
“Jam Sandwich”
Contact: Anne-Marie Clark

WOAS, Ontonagon, MI
Contact: Ken Raisanen

WQFS, Greensboro, NC
“Stoner’s Serenade”
Contact: Grady Cook

WRIU, Providence, RI
Contact: “Magic” Mike Maresca

WSJU, Jamaica, NY
Contact: Joseph Lobosco

New!—WTBU, Boston, MA
“Merry Gangsters”
Contacts: Rose & Aaron

WTMD, Towson, MD
“Stuck In The Jam”
Contact: “Bug”

WUTK, Knoxville, TN
“Fire On The Mountain”
Contact: Jill Michaelson

WVOF, Fairfield, CT
“Happy Trails”
Contact: Bob & Patricia Felberg

WYAV, Myrtle Beach, SC
“Scott Mann’s Head Shop”
Contact: Scott Mann

Sample Playlists

KBOO, Portland, OR
“Portland General Eclectic”
Contact: Rich Flaminio

Rusted Root The Movement
Moksha Here To Go
Lloyd Jones Doin’ What It Takes
Jeff Coffin & The Mu’Tet Into The Air
Wilkinson Blades 4:00 AM
Antibalas Antibalas
Brad Mehldau Trio Where Do You Start
Laurie Anderson Big Science
Trey Anastasio Traveler
Dangermuffin Olly Oxen Free
Little Feat Rooster Rag
Chuck Leavell Back To The Woods
David Hidalgo, Luther Dickinson, Mato Nanji 3 Skulls And The Truth
Dr. Lonnie Smith The Healer
Mercury Rev Deserter’s Songs
Victor Wooten Sword And Stone
The Deluge Elephant Graveyard
Elena Yeung Dandelion
Dovetail Old Doors, New Worlds

WKRL (“K-Rock”), Syracuse, NY
“K-Rock Jam Sessions”
Contact: Kyle Shay

Infamous Stringdusters We’ll Do It Live
Railroad Earth Elko
String Cheese Incident Rhythm Of The Road Vol. 1
Bill Evans Dragonfly
The Heavy Pets The Heavy Pets
Bright Light Social Hour New Years Live
Rubblebucket Live In Chicago
Tea Leaf Green Seeds
Raq Live Raq Vol. 2
Particle Particle
Grateful Dead Truckin Up To Buffalo

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There are 13 comments associated with this post

Ashley November 26, 2012, 13:59:32

Stoked to see Stoopid at the top of the charts again, those guys deserve it.

Russ November 26, 2012, 14:22:34

I love Slightly Stoopid its great to see them at the top of the charts.

Trevor November 26, 2012, 14:36:32

always good to see Stoopid at the top! Definitely deserve it!

Mary November 26, 2012, 15:08:17

Slightly Stoopid has to be one of the best bands around today, they are one band that has consistently put out great music for the past decade, and every album is different. Great band, congrats to them for finally getting the recognition.

ROB November 26, 2012, 16:09:59

Hell yeah cant wait for the winter tour

Catherine November 26, 2012, 18:27:47

happy to see Stoopid at number 1! They deserve it. They always put out such great music and the Top of the World album is unbelievable!

Sarah November 27, 2012, 14:40:40

Love seeing Stoopid at the top, their new album is the shit. Would also love to see Easy Star All Stars higher on the charts, those guys are great too.

Stephanie November 27, 2012, 18:18:04

Awesome! Slightly deserves to be number one without a doubt!

Jade B November 28, 2012, 13:03:09

soo stoked that stoopid is on the top of the charts AGAIN!! they deserve so much recognition, they really are on top of the world!! :)

Olivia November 28, 2012, 14:05:59

love stoopid! so glad to see them at the top of the charts!

Glory Reinstein December 2, 2012, 10:35:07

So proud that three Vermonters are on this list! #8, #14 and #22

Alex December 3, 2012, 15:43:35

Really stoked to see Slightly Stoopid up at the top of the charts. They totally deserve it, they’re amazing!

Tom Baggott February 19, 2013, 14:26:14

Personally, I think Jimkata’s Die Digital is the best jam band record since Percy Hill’s Color in Bloom— it blows apart the genre and appeals to a broad audience… my $.02… with all of the love and respect for all of the other records between then and now— including the ones I have had a hand in.

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