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  • We did it! We made it to the end of 2022! Throughout the past year, WDIY has been beyond thankful to stand by our community with news, music, and more. But before we get too sentimental and get swept up in the new year, let's take a look at what was played the most on our airwaves at the end of 2022.
  • This year is quickly coming a close, but before we celebrate the holiday season and the beginning of 2023, check out what was playing while our fans and followers were prepping for Thanksgiving dinner. These are the most played albums on WDIY for the month of November, so dig in!
  • While you were decorating for fall and trick-or-treating for Halloween (and listening to WDIY while you did all of that), your on-air hosts at WDIY were putting on quite the show! Check out what was on repeat at WDIY for October, and keep an eye out to see what stays on the list going through the end of 2022.
  • Before Halloween takes over and the holiday season creeps up on us, let's take a look at what was played the most on WDIY's airwaves for September 2022!
  • The kids are back in school and fall is right around the corner, but first, let's take a look at what our WDIY listeners and members celebrated the end of summer with in our Top 10 Albums of August list! Want to hear your favorite songs on WDIY this fall? Feel free to call WDIY's studio line with a request at 610-694-8100 x1 or leave your picks on our Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram pages.
  • It's that time of the month again; another top 10 album round-up from WDIY! Want to hear your favorites songs on our airwaves? Feel free to call WDIY's studio line with a request at 610-694-8100 x1 or leave your picks on our Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram pages.
  • Check out photos from the 14th Blues, Brews & Barbecue festival which took place in downtown Allentown on Saturday, July 23, 2022 with music from Mr. Sipp, Veronica Lewis, the Groove Merchants, and more.
  • Eighteen-year-old blues and roots singer-keyboardist Veronica Lewis talks with Rhythm and Roots host Carlos Benjamin about performing in the Lehigh Valley, recording her new album using her 105-year-old piano, and being inspired by Jerry Lee Lewis.
  • "Lil' Ed" Williams of Lil' Ed & The Blues Imperials talks with WDIY's Neil Hever about his unlikely job cleaning cars during the pandemic lockdown, and his return to headlining festivals — including the the Blast Furnace Blues Festival in Bethlehem on Sunday, July 24, 2022.
  • We are officially halfway through 2022, so celebrate the moment with WDIY's top 10 albums of June! Our on-air hosts play a wide variety of genres and styles, so check out the list to find your new favorite from our airwaves! Want to hear your favorites songs or some old classics on your radio? Feel free to call WDIY's studio line with a request at 610-694-8100 x1 or leave your picks on our Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram pages.