Rhythm And Blues/Soul Podcasts

The BluzNdaBlood Blues Radio Show show

The BluzNdaBlood Blues Radio ShowJoin Now to Follow

This podcast brings the best of blues music to ya, new or old! Pop open a cool one, grab a seat, and get ready to get some blues in the blood!

By Dave Harrison

Toll Pass Vol. 1 show

Toll Pass Vol. 1Join Now to Follow

The first in a free series of Legit music from HADES (Hungry Artist's Don't Ever Stop!) Featuring Menace O.B.E.Z. of Brooklyn ZU!!

By HADES (Hungry Artists Don't Ever Stop)

Moon Ride show

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Legendary singer-songwriter sits down with Garth Trinidad to discuss music, Marvin Gaye, and his new album, Moon Ride.

By Leon Ware

Erbin Ubsessions Radio  show

Erbin Ubsessions Radio Join Now to Follow

Nothing But Good Independent Music,Show airs Mondays 6p.m. eastern time on wwww.ceepeso.com````submit all music to newlitter26@aol.com

By Paul Ma$$on

A1 Artist Spotlight .Com show

A1 Artist Spotlight .ComJoin Now to Follow

Rock n Roll and Electric Blues will be played here. This is for the listener who wants to hear first class (A1) artist they will not find on conventional radio with NO talking between songs. One artist will be spotlighted for 20 minutes on Thursday. Only subscribers will receive the Bonus Show on Monday. On Wednesday a Teaser Show will be posted at the site only. All music is podsafe and fat free.

Charles Simmons.com Groovecast show

Charles Simmons.com GroovecastJoin Now to Follow

The latest news, information and commentary from Germany-based R&B singer/songwriter/producer Charles Simmons. Lots of discussion about the current state of the music business, as well as interviews and talk with many of Charles' famous and not-yet-famous friends and colleagues.

Patrick Adams Podcast show

Patrick Adams PodcastJoin Now to Follow

Patrick Adams interviews Ms Computer Chip the featured artist on the Cloud One - Club/Dance recording, "Masterbate Me." Includes several minutes of the song in the background.

By patrick adams

Hot Rods & Trailer Trish show

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Rockabilly, Rock'n'Roll, & PBR.

Brunswick Records Recording Artist: Johnnie Gee show

Brunswick Records Recording Artist: Johnnie GeeJoin Now to Follow

Brunswick Records to Release Classic Soul Recordings Used to Launch Platinum Albums by Beyonce, Joss Stone and Paul Wall Top 40 R&B Singles 1966–1975 double disc remastered collection. New York, NY (PRWEB) August 9, 2006 -- Brunswick Records today announced that on July 11, soul music fans will be able to purchase the long-awaited “Brunswick Top 40 R&B Singles 1966-1975” collection. Brunswick, along with sister label Dakar, was home to some of the greatest R&B artists from the mid 60’s to the mid 70’s, including Tyrone Davis, the Chi-Lites, Barbara Acklin The Young-Holt Unlimited, and The Step By Step Band just to name a few. From Jackie Wilson’s “Higher & Higher” to Willie Henderson’s “Funky Chicken,” the “Brunswick Top 40 R&B Singles 1966-1975” collection is a treasure trove of very popular and hard to find genuine soul classics. Younger consumers will instantly recognize many of the tracks from recent recordings by Joss Stone, Paul Wall and Beyonce, who sampled the Chi-Lites’ 1970 hit “Are You My Woman (Tell Me So)” to create her Grammy-nominated “Crazy in Love.” Under the leadership of Nat Tarnopol and Carl Davis, Brunswick rose to become one of the most important R&B labels of the classic soul era. This collection of 40 hit songs is a great representation of the hundreds of gems produced by Brunswick from 1966 to 1975. With over 20 top 10 recordings, six number one smashes and very rare photographs, this double CD set is an automatic staple in every soul music fan’s collection. Retail giants Wal-Mart and Circuit City will be featuring “Brunswick Top 40 R&B Singles 1966-1975” on sale the day of its release. Step By Step Band Featuring; Johnnie Gee. He’s the man in the band who made the Midwest the legendary Northern Soul spot that it is, and he has scored 14 chart songs during his long career, but Johnnie Gee remains something of a “Legend” to many R&B and Soul fans who know his songs by heart but often don’t know the man singing them. From 1975 – 1981 Johnnie Gee recorded and started his career at the famous Brunswick Records, who at that time had stars like, Barbra Acklin, The Chilites, Bonannon, Tyrone Davis, and many more. Brunswick Records is set to release their Soul compilation of all the hits from the 70’s With many songs recorded by, Jackie Wilson, Eugene Records, The Chilites, Step By Step Band, Willie Henderson’s “Funky Chicken,” and many more. Though his recording career, Johnnie Gee has continued to be one of the most influential soul artists of the last quarter century. The longevity of and increase in his popularity is due in large part to the rare combination of gifts he possessed. Johnnie Gee started at the young age of 13, with a Brunswick Records, a major record label with top 20 hit records back in the early 70’s and today! As a producer, song writer, music agent and professional entertainer, Johnnie Gee has kept his chops up for 37 years, and the new EP release is another bar to put on the shoulders of ‘The General of Soul’. Johnnie Gee is a talented songwriter with the ability to write songs that’s provided, in a secular format, the depth of the most heartfelt Soul music; and he was a remarkable song stylist who defined (or redefined) nearly every song he touched in his career. At their peak, Johnnie Gee & The Step By Step Band were perhaps the most consistent song writers in Soul Music out of the Midwest. They had the best producer in the business Eddie Parnell, some of the most infectious material of the early 70s and perhaps the smoothest falsetto lead vocalist in Johnnie Gee. “Cash Money,” “So very near you,” “Roses” and “People” all rocketed up the Pop and Soul charts, and immediately made the Step By Step Band the most sought after Northern Soul & Pop artists around the country in the Mid 70’s. The group’s seamless harmonies and Johnnie Gee falsetto blended magically with Step By Step's lush production and their smooth style.. By any measurement, Step By Step Band must be considered one of the most important Soul Music groups of the past 30 years. Originally a regionally popular group in the Midwest the group was together for a three years before getting a contract with Brunswick Records. Their first album on Brunswick Records was titled, 'I Always Wanted To Be In The Band', the LP was a masterpiece highlighted by Eddie Parnell & Benny Clark’s master composition, “Cash Money.” Formed in the late 60s in Milwaukee , the Step By Step Band first achieved some regional attention in 1971 with the popular song “She's Gone,” most notable for its contrast to the luscious work that they would record a year later with Brunswick Records. Their Brunswick Records eponymous debut was a playful fun song performed by the whole band and vocals by Jerome Gee, Greg Emmerson, Greg McDonald and Johnnie Gee titled: "I Always Wanted To Be In The Band", containing a basket of marvelous compositions by Johnnie Gee, Step By Step and co-writer Benny Clark, that would become soul standards covered by other artists for the next 30 years. That's why it's important to possess the 1976 10-track Classic Soul LP that spans Johnnie Gee's entire career in bringing you his Brunswick Records hits and best songs for your private collection. This classic LP sell in Japan for $22.00, Dustygrooves.com $14.00, but by acting now you can save $4.00 by purchasing this collector's LP, to pass on thru generations for $12.97.

A Bowl of Soul show

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A Bowl of Soul is a Mixed Stew of Soul Music and Rhythm and Blues that gives a history and background of R&B from 1949 to the present with host Terry Ferguson. A Bowl of Soul is heard weekly at 6pm (EDT) on Fridays.