Rhythm And Blues/Soul Podcasts
An hour of advert-free blues published every week. All genres are covered, from the earliest to the latest. The website has the current playlist plus links to artists and previous shows. It has been variously praised for the diversity of blues played and for the fact that I do very little talking! No slick presentation, just the blues and nothing but the blues in all its forms. I'm happy to take requests and I'm also happy for musicians or bands to submit their material for consideration.
The weekly internet radio show bringing you the best in new & contemporary black music - upfront soul, gospel, vocal smooth jazz, RnB and a sprinkle of soulful house with the emphasis on new and independent. The regular feature "The Rewind Section" will also take a look back to classics of years gone by. The show is presented by DJ Paul Goldsmith every Thursday between 7pm and 9pm GMT on Starpoint Radio For the latest playlists and more, please check the Select Soul blog
By Select Soul Show
Showcasing the cream of new release independent & contemporary soul, gospel, RnB, smooth jazz and soulful house. Every Sunday, the "Renditions Of Soul Show" airs on Future Beat Radio. The 2hr show begins at 4pm GMT and is hosted by DJ's Paul Goldsmith & Mark Jordan with regular guest contributions. Please visit the site at http://www.futurebeatradio.com for more information and to listen live.
By Renditions Of Soul
Soul Sanctuary Radio presents a potent blend of spoken word and soulful music...a cross-genre, multi-generational party of grooves, moods and moments. Also interview clips with your favorite stars and plenty of rising indie talent. Presented uncensored - some songs may contain PG-13 lyrics, but never any gratuitous vulgarity. Updated weekly.
By Soul Sanctuary, Inc.
PDXBluescast is a weekly music podcast showcasing great blues music originating from Portland, Oregon and surrounding areas. Portland boasts a vibrant blues scene - check it out here! Licensed with ASCAP and BMI; most music used with specific permission.
By Pat McDougall