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UK SOUL CHART.....
The UK Soul Chart has moved to a new time on Starpoint Radio :- Saturday Nights 10pm - 12midnight
Dont 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 www.starpointradio.com
The UK Soul Chart plays the top 30 new soulful tunes of the week & interviews with the artists.
Presented by Kevin J The chart reflects the radio airplay in the UK and selected top soul tastemakers playlists.
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Suite Soul with Bob Jeffries Tuesdays 9-11pm
Bob Jeffries has been collecting and djing now for for over 30 years.
He is now the only dj to have played at every Southport/Minehead Weekender playing the Powerhouse, Conn Corner, Beat Bar (previously the jazz room) over the years. He has also been played at every Luxury Soul Weekender both at Birmingham and Blackpool! Bob and his wife Lorna run the successful Suite Soul night in Kilmarnock Scotland every 2 months where the music policy is quite open with soul, soulful house and dance-floor jazz on the menu. They have secured some top dj's for the night including John Morales, Terry Jones and Ricky Reid to name a few.
Bob's new show on Starpoint will reflect the music policy of his nights in Kilmarnock which follows the ethos of play everything in the one room.
Chris ''The Shirt'' Elliott was brought up in SE London on a diet of Reggae,Soul and Jim Reeves(blame his Jamaican dad for that one).
Soulful or Funky House,RnB,Reggae,Ska,Rare Grooves and of course the best of Soul music are just some of the music genres which he enjoys listening to and will be in his shows on Starpoint in some shape or form.He started playing on internet radio a few years back on the original Sunrisefm and since then his stations have included the now defunct Vinylmorpher Radio and lately Platinum Grooves Radio of which he was part owner.His been known to hit the floors on various dance floors at Soul nights and of course the infamous Caister Soul Weekenders but as his got older its more of a crawl rather than a spring.Look out for ''Shirtys'' shows here on Starpoint and hope you enjoy his shows.
Many of you will have noticed certain streams misbehaving on the Starpoint app. The good news is we have submitted a new upgrade to Apple and this should appear in the App store soon. The even better news is this version still remains free to all our listeners. We shall advise when the new app and upgrade is available.
The Blue & Green Update
'Black Radio' by Robert Glasper Experiment [review]
‘Black Radio’ will certainly be looked back upon as the album that rocketed jazz pianist Robert Glasper to a brand new plateau, and if this isn’t already on your radar then it must already be rocking your iPod.
'Remixed Feast of Jazz' by Nick Pride & The Pimptones [review]
Nick Pride & The Pimptones return in 2012 to stake their claim once again as being one of the brightest and brilliant UK names in funky soul music.
'Illio' by Southpaw [review]
Fantastic new jazz from new UK band already gaining plays on Starpoint
The Baker Brothers: Testify! [Interview]
There are few UK soul bands more illustrious than The Baker Brothers and we're thrilled to have caught up with them as they release they're brand new album, 'Time to Testify'
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