I'm always searching for new talent or artists in need of radio exposure, so if that's YOU please get in touch. If your a fan and would like me to feature someone please feel free to contact me too, also all you are an indie record label out there keep us informed.The show is all about spreading the soul-word, so please put our link on your web sites and Facebook pages because the more people we can reach the more people we can teach.
This weeks playlist for Sunday the 6th. January 2003
I Like the Way You Move - Eddie Levert
Come Get To This - L.J. Reynolds
Workin' On Love - AJ Sparks & Crew
Look My Way - Lola
On My Own Again - Sir Charles Jones
Love On the Roof - Randy Darbonne
Ain't Gonna Happen - Randy Darbonne
Look What You Done For Me - Al Green
One More Chance On Love - Bobby Womack
Could It Be - The Dells
And I Panicked - The Dramatics
Randy Darbonne Bio
Randy Darbonne was born and raised in Lake Charles, Louisiana and combines his southern roots with an international influence to create his own musical style today. His music is deeply rooted in the R&B, Soul and Jazz style. Randy's influences has been the great singers, Marvin Gaye, Bobby Womack, Sly & The Family Stone to name just a few.
Randy moved to Oakland, California and began his musical journey with various bands and in 2004 embarked on a solo career. His first CD, Radio Soul paved the way to the future of Randy's dream. Three years later, Randy produced and launched his new CD, Let's Talk About Love on his own label, Kool Like That, Inc. Randy has performed as an opening act for the Ohio Players, Taylor Dane and has showcased his music at Kimball's East and various other venues in the Bay area. A highlight in his singing career was when he performed for the famous civil right's legend, Rosa Parks in San Fransisco. Visit Randy's site