Join host Tom Shaker as he heats things up with cool soul songs about the winter weather. You'll hear songs by Isaac Hayes, Dusty Springfield and Ray Charles, just to name a few. It all starts at 7pm this Monday. Blankets optional!
Curtis Mayfield covering The Carpenters? The Isley Brothers covering Seals & Crofts? On this week's show you'll hear all those Top 40 songs you grew up with a whole new soul twist! Join host Tom Shaker Monday night at 7pm!
Join host Tom Shaker as he remembers those musical artists who passed away in 2012. From Donna Summer to Joe South to Don Cornelius, their musical legacy lives on. Hop aboard the Soul Serenade Train this week. It all starts this Monday at 7pm!!
Join host Tom Shaker to celebrate the birthday of one of soul music's greatest guitarists, Steve Cropper. A member of the Stax house band, Bookert T & the MGs, Steve is still having a legendary career playing and writing with eveyone from Otis Redding to the Blues Brothers and many more. It all starts at 7pm!
End the summer dancing! Join host Tom Shaker as we celebrate Labor Day this Monday with "work" soul songs. Groove to the sounds of The Isley Brothers, Jackie Wilson, James Brown and others. It all starts at 7pm!
Along with Curtis Mayfield, Carl Davis built the Chicago soul music scene In the early 1960s. Carl died this week at 77, leaving behind a legacy of music from artists including Walter Jackson, Jackie Wilson, Major Lance and many, many more. Join host Tom Shaker as he celebrates Carl Davis' life Monday night starting at 7pm!
Along with Leon Huff, Kenny Gamble defined the legendary Philly soul sound. Their Philadelphia International label produced over 170 gold and platinum selling records. They introduced the world to artists like Harold Melvin & The Blue Notes, Billy Paul and the O'Jays. Join host Tom Shaker as he celebrates Kenny Gamble's birthday this Monday. It all starts at 7pm!
Soul music lost a true genius when Motown's Funk Brother Bob Babbitt passed away last week. Join host Tom Shaker as he welcomes Steve Moysey into the WICN studios for a one- of-a-kind tribute to one of pop music's greatest bass players.
Soul music lost a true genius when Motown's Funk Brother Bob Babbitt passed away last week. Join host Tom Shaker as he welcomes Steve Moysey into the WICN studios for a one-of-a-kind tribute to one of pop music's greatest bass players. It starts at 7pm!!
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