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The UK Soul Chart has moved to a new time on Starpoint Radio: Sundays from 4pm to 6pm

Don't forget our re runs for the international listeners:- Mondays 2am- 4am (thats Sunday night) Tuesday 1pm - 3pm (Daytime), Thursdays 4am-6am All UK times, or simply check out our schedule at Starpoint Radio Schedule. The UK Soul Chart plays the top 30 new soulful tunes of the week & interviews with the artists. Presented on rotation by Steve King, Mark Tritone, Brett Costello and Dave W, the UK Soul chart reflects the radio airplay in the UK and soul tastemakers playlists. Read more




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Mike Prior's Soul Cellar

Whether it's classic or contemporary Soul Music, Mike has something for you on his debut show for Starpoint Radio.

Mike’s soul roots go back to the days of Stax, Atlantic and Motown, his favourite song from that era – Otis Redding’s Dock of the Bay and his favourite artist “was probably Aretha Frankin”. He spent years DJ’ing and playing soul in clubs before hosting a Saturday night dance and soul show in the 80s on one of the early independent commercial stations Radio Tees (now TFM) where one of his personal highlights was interviewing soul legend Bobby Womack. Having only returned to broadcasting in the last 3 years, Mike is once again hosting soul music shows regularly on the radio and looks forward to working with Starpoint Radio to share his love of soul with its listeners. 


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First Listen: Robert H. Fowler and Tanya Holt ask the question

(August 24, 2017) We confess to not previously knowing much about Tanya Holt and Robert H. Fowler, though each has a long history of making music and scoring on Broadway and on the European soul charts. But we’re glad we remedied that now, as we’ve heard their new, romantic duet, “Can We?”

The song has the vibe of a classic Peaches & Herb number, and the two vocalists’ voices mesh just right for us. The song asks the eternal question about whether two lovers can really take their relationship to a more lasting level.

First Listen: Amber Mark Is About to Lose Her “Cool”

August 23, 2017 –  Amber Mark is a singer and songwriter based in New York City who only a year ago uploaded her very first track to SoundCloud. After experimenting with various producers, none of whom were quite able to render her songs the way she heard them, Mark mastered the latest production software herself and recently released her debut EP, 3:33 A.M.

The record is a captivating mix of alt R&B, new soul, and world rhythms that cushion her lovely voice. 

World Premiere: Tim Bowman and Angela Johnson give us their “Heart”

(August 23, 2017) The Motor City is a perfect place for an aspiring musician to cultivate a sound different from any other. From his early days playing the guitar in church to formal training as a young adult, Tim Bowman pulled from a multitude of influences and created a sound that infuses gospel, blues, R&B and jazz. He has been a hit internationally in all those areas, and now he’s back for more.

First Listen: Reggie Boone will “Stand” and be ready

(August 22, 2017) The name will Reggie Boone may have been a new one to most SoulTrackers when we introduced him earlier this year with his great ballad, “Lord Thank You,” but his mellifluous vocal stylings will remind them of some of the all-time great soul singers. The Dallas-based singer has been performing his whole life, and his ability to translate life circumstances into a musical style has made him a vocalist for the ages.

World Premiere: Newcomer Kelvin Frazier "Conquers All" with his new single

(August 21, 2017) We don’t run into many singers who also have a Ph.D., but that is the case with Los Angeles-based R&B singer-songwriter, Kelvin Frazier. The Georgia native grew up in a musical household. When Kelvin was a child, he was in a church choir who was directed by his grandmother. As Kelvin grew older, he eventually became the assistant choir director. Once Kelvin left for college, he began performing solo. Kelvin joined the Savannah State University Concert choir and was invited to perform at Carnegie Hall.

First Listen: 112 returns to play a “Dangerous Game”

(August 22, 2017) "If the love doesn't feel like 90s R&B, I don't want it." It's an expression  worn on t-shirts and a belief describing how many listeners -- those who were at least preteens in that period -- feel about the smooth, yet hip-hop-influenced soul music that dominated the rides, clubs and (non-satellite) radio station playlists 'back in the day.' That's why 112's latest single, "Dangerous Game," is already being celebrated by their Bad Boy-era fans. 

Another Groove: Chris Stapleton Pleads “I Was Wrong”

August 22, 2017 – Welcome back to Another Groove, our series dedicated to new music that is neither pure soul nor R&B but which includes elements of those genres and may delight your ears.  This week we feature the track “I Was Wrong” by Chris Stapleton

Watch the documentary "The Original Leads of the Temptations"

The 1992 documentary The Original Leads of the Temptations takes a loving look back at David Ruffin, Eddie Kendricks and Dennis Edwards, the three principal voices that defined the legendary Temptations during the 1960s and 70s.

The documentary includes rare footage and interviews of the three men, who, for a period, toured together after they had all left the Temptations.

Check out this interesting documentary below.

We remember Isaac Hayes on his 75th birthday

(August 20, 2017) Today, 75 years after he was born, it is easy to see that there were few people like the late great Isaac Hayes. A noted singer, songwriter, musician and producer, he was one of the most important soul music icons of the second half of the 20th century.

Saturday Soul Series to shine in ATL in September

The second installment of the Saturday Soul Series, at Fox Theatre, will feature Grammy nominated brothers K-Ci and JoJo Haley who are celebrating the 20th anniversary of their multi-platinum selling debut album, Love Always.  Their Co-headliners - the dynamic quartet - Dru Hil, will bring their dynamic sound and mesmerizing performances to this Labor Day show - inevitably showcasing their staying power and reasons for amassing many industry accolades.