A selection of interviews from the This is Soul Show presented by Jim Baker which airs fortnightly, on Saturdays from 6pm - 8pm on 101.1 FM.
The Fatback Band is an American funk and disco band that was popular in the 1970s and 1980s. The Fatback Band is most known for their R&B hits, " Spanish Hustle", "I Like Girls", "Gotta Get My Hands on Some", "Backstrokin'" and "I Found Lovin"
Leee John is an English musician, singer, and actor of St Lucian descent. John was born in Hackney, London, and educated in New York City, later studying drama at the Anna Scher Theatre School.
Omar Christopher Lye-Fook MBE, known professionally as Omar, is a British soul singer, songwriter and musician. Omar grew up in Canterbury, Kent. He learned his craft classically, playing the trumpet, piano and percussion.
Noel McKoy is a British-based soul music singer. His music is a collection of soul, gospel, funk and Northern soul. He also currently owns the Dutch Pot, a nightclub located in London.
Norman Washington "Junior" Giscombe is an English singer-songwriter who was one of the first British R&B artists to be successful in the United States. He is best known for his 1982 hit single, "Mama Used to Say"
Tony O'Malley is a British composer, singer, arranger, and keyboard player. He was the keyboardist for Arrival who had a No. 8 UK hit with "Friends" in 1970, and the hit "I Will Survive", written and arranged by fellow Arrival member Frank Collins.
Wyclef Jeanelle Jean is a Haitian singer, rapper, musician and actor. At the age of nine, Jean immigrated as a child to the United States with his family and settled there
Canadian born Tanika Charles is a rising star in the Soul scene. Nominated for a Polaris Music Prize, and the 2017 Juno R&B/Soul Recording of the Year, Tanika’s debut album Soul Run is set for an international release on 7th April 2017, through the renowned Italian funk/soul label Record Kicks.
A singer, rapper, songwriter and producer, Unique Hastings is a multi-talented artist with music in his veins. His touring has taking him all over the world, O2 Arena in London and Apollo Theater in New York, supporting Ludacris and De La Soul. He now brings a fusion of pop, soul & hiphop.
The former Sylvia Young acting school and Rambert School of Ballet alumni, has acted on TV and theatre, as well as dancing at the Royal Opera House. He started writing and performing music at the age of 17 and has been gigging around the country but recently took time out to focus on writing and recording. Which resulted in his first EP, his single I Can't Wait and soon a first album.