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The SoulFM is a classic internet radio station specializing in classic soul, old school hip hop, neo soul, and all the smooth groove artists from back in the day. We have also interviewed new and unsigned artists around the globe. Our weekly line up on thesoulfm is as follows: Monday- Monday Night Steppers set with DJ Hoss. Tuesday- The All Request Line with DJ DiamondB Wednesday- Sexy Chill-out with DJ Jazzirella Thursday- The Gumbo Mix with The Marshall Friday- The Classic Hip Hop House-party with DJ Tan Saturday- Motown Dev's Old School and Blues. Sunday- Sunday Afternoon Chill with DJ Tan & DJ Jazzirella

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This highly energetic and fun band formed in 2009. Although each member of the band draws from his personal influences, it could be said that one can hear influences of Jameroquai, Level 42, Tower of Power and Brian Colbertson. Tight horn lines, funky drum and bass grooves and smooth vocals are all trademarks of coldjack's sound. Although a completely Canadian band, the lead singer, John Fraser, is originally from London, England where he was front man for the original "Cold Jack" band that dismantled in the 90s. While in London he played the musical circuit including a gig at the famous London Rock Garden and the Mean Fiddler. His previous band had extensive airplay on U.K. radio stations. The other members of the band are all professional musicians who have played in a large array of Central Ontario bands. It wasn't until they came together to form coldjack that they knew they truly had something special.
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Simply put, like every one with a dream, I go after it. Music has been a source of many things to me, so I have pursued music relentlessly. I have developed a style all my own and I'm ready to share it with the world. Through the years I have... more

Offering up a fresh and exhilarating vibe with his full length debut Nothing Between Us, trumpeter and composer Sam Hankins draws on a powerhouse resume as a music educator and R&B/jazz sideman that includes multiple... more

Smooth,Sexy, Swag !! Born and raised in Atlanta, Georgia, MoonChylde began writing poetry and songs at the age of 8. Though most of her life was spent singing in church, MoonChylde was influenced early by the likes of Barbara... more

The earliest forms of music were probably drum-based, percussion instruments being the most readily available at the time (i.e. rocks, sticks). These simplest of simple instruments are thought to have been used in religious ceremonies as... more

Indie music is a mix of pop, jazz, rock, blues, and poetry. Indie is short for Independent. Indie music was created in the 1950-60's but was very underground meaning indie bands played in little venues and in there garages. Indie music... more

Thom began playing guitar at a very young age, music helped to deal with a broken home and never seeming to fit anywhere. Trained with a classical and jazz teacher, Thom switched to rock music and Jazz fusion and began performing... more

Our very Own DJ Jazzirella is known as the Sensual Cinderella. Her Show, The Sexy Chillout is all about the sexy and sensual side of music, grown folks music. DJ Jazzirella airs every Wednesday night at 8pm EDT on... more

Jocelyn Lorette Brown was born in Kingston, North Carolina in November 25th, 1950 from a musical family. Here is how she describes herself : "Jocelyn Brown's a singer. A black woman from North Carolina, migrated from there to New... more

The term Rhythm and Blues, R&B, was first used by Billboard magazine in the late1940′s. R&B was an African-American urban sound that evolved from blues and jazz. In the late 1940′s R&B was described as rocking and... more

This is TheSoulFM's third time chillin with Phil Perry and each and everytime it's new and exciting! Born and raised in East St. Louis, Phil Perry has spent most of his career as one of the most sought-after backing vocalists in the music... more
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