My journey started when I was
in my teens following my older brother every
weekend to the store to purchased records. I
soon started to go for myself, which also benefited
my brother as he knew the style of music I enjoyed.
I was attracted to the sounds of soul music,
especially around 70s era. Those that influenced
me were the soulful legends Barry White, Bobby
Womack, Detroit Spinners, Stevie Wonder, and
list goes on. This line up of music was the
way of life growing up in Cambridge, Cambridgeshire.
In my opinion the standard
of the music shifted in the late 80s into the
early 90s somewhat when we reached the millennium,
I found the music changed from what I was use
too. Then in 2008 the journey with Stickam Worldwide,
Inc. and through this wonderful U.S.A Live-Stream
website, I met so many DJs around the
world that shared a taste for the soul sounds
of the past. I finally adopted the title of
DJ Silver Fox thanks to Steven Taylor aka Madsounds
and the World of DJs for giving me airplay.
This platform gave me the opportunity to play
my music to millions worldwide and build a bond
with other DJs worldwide.
I am now after playing on
different sites for years, established a platform
on Facebook/Andy Chambers aka The Silver Fox,
and I would like to extend a special invitation
to join my room, experience my groove of the
past to the present. I have now started the
rotation of Southern Soul with great delight,
its a new horizon which I am looking forward
to exploring, I just wish it could be part of
my vinyl collection also, maybe in the near
May 27th 2020 -
Celebrates Jackie Neal With New
Release Nookie Thang / PK Music
Jonte' is a New Orleans native
who spends a lot of her time working in Memphis
Tennessee as well as other cities and countries
for BB Kings Clubs. She has one of the most
powerful voices in soul music. We are elated
to present her and several of the most talented
women in the south on our Jackie Neal Celebration.
Projected release date 7/7/20
May 20th 2020 -
Luckett Celebrates Jackie Neal With
New Release Right Thing Wrong Woman
/ PK Music Group
Stephenie Luckett is one of
the most skilled female vocalist in Jackson
Mississippi if not the most!!! She really delivered
one powerful performance on this one! Jackie
Neal Celebration 7/7/20
May 12th 2020 -
Ladder Society (U.L.S.)
Keeping The Blues Alive
J and the Urban Ladder Society
Urban Ladder Society a fusion
band of blues, hip hop, classic rock, and R&B,
affectionately known U.L.S. delivers a fresh
take on keeping the blues alive. We have
to find a way to bring new fans to the blues,
and at the same time raise awareness of its
history said guitarist and side man Henry
Roosterman Stevens. Urban Ladder Society has
formulated one hell of a genre gumbo, that is
pleasing to the ear and antsy to the feet with
metamorphic rap lyrics over blues guitar licks
and riffs. Soultry vocals and a Little
Rock guitar, mean business in taking the band
to next level with Same Ole Thang, their
looking towards a long-standing career, and
look forward to making history as innovators
of the Keeping the Blues Alive Movement. The
first single is scheduled to release 4/20/20
with an online listening party. Ladies and gentlemen
please say it when you play it!!! Urban ladder
society same ole thang!
Artist: Urban Ladder Society
Song: Same Ole Thang
Label: PK Music Group
May 12th 2020 -
J Blues & Vick Allen
J. Blues & Vick Allen Pays Homage
To The Late Little Milton “Walls
Don’t Talk” PK Music Group
In a Quarantined session these
two talented blues and soul artists team up
to produce one of the most powerful duets in
soul blues, they give homage to the late great
Heres Vick Allen the
velvet voice of soul, along with Jus Blues 2019
King of Blues Stevie J Blues Walls
Dont Talk on the PK Music Group
May 12th 2020 -
The Golden Lady Of Southern
All Your Listening Pleasures Tune In On Facebook
@ Vanessa Hairston
April 16th 2020 -
John Lee Hooker, Jr.
Artist Rev. John Lee Hooker, Jr. Chronicles
Life Of Tribulation To Triumph In New
"TESTIFY" Official Lyric Video
John Lee Hooker, Jr Releases "Testify"
Official Lyric Video Featuring Famed
Guitarist Alvon Johnson
John Lee Hooker, Jr
CA -- Blues and Gospel artist Reverend John
Lee Hooker, Jr. is a man who comes from an iconic
musical lineage but has established his own
eminent career in music. He is a 2X Grammy®
Award-nominated singer with a long impressive
list of additional Blues music awards, honors,
and world tours.
thriving musical career became overshadowed
by his untamed life of drug addictions and imprisonment.
Rev. Hooker, Jr. now lives dedicated to Christ
and has added the 'good news' to his Blues.
He is releasing life-inspiring singles from
his forthcoming Gospel album release TESTIFY.
Hooker, Jr. allows art to imitate life as he
shares the path of his turbulent former days
to his now triumphant life in ministry. His
life is transparently chronicled through his
new lyric video and title track "Testify".
lyric video features famed guitarist Alvon Johnson
and was creatively directed by Fabiane Rico.
"Testify" is produced and arranged
by Larry D. Batiste (Charlie Wilson, The Dramatics,
The Stylistics, Lenny Williams, Michael Bolton).
The "Testify" Lyric Video
His first Gospel radio single "My God Is
Holy" is impacting Gospel and Urban AC
Radio stations across the country now. Written
by Rev. Hooker, Jr. and album producer Larry
D. Batiste, "My God Is Holy" also
has a companion music video that can be watched
and shared on YouTube.
John Lee Hooker, Jr's. TESTIFY album is available
now digitally and will be available on CD March
27 via JohnLeeHookerJr.com.
R&B vocalist who puts her own contemporary
spin on classic Southern soul, Ms. Jody has
become a favorite in blues and soul circles
for her often witty songs that speak the truth
about life and love. Ms. Jody is the
stage name of Joanne Vertie Delapaz, who
was born in Chicago, Illinois on November 10,
1957. When Delapaz was two years old,
her family moved to Bay Springs, Mississippi,
where she still lives today. Her father was
a minister, and she grew up on gospel music. Delapaz says
she's been singing as far back as she can remember;
growing up in the country, she would sing to
the birds and animals as a child, and in 1975
she graduated to performing in her dad's church. Delapaz sang
church for over two decades, but after the death
of her father and the end of her first marriage,
she dropped out of music for a while.
2004, Delapaz attended a blues show
with her brother that was headlined by Denise
LaSalle; Delapaz enjoyed the show
and went home inspired to give singing R&B
a try. After learning the ropes of singing, Delapaz struck
up a friendship with the members of a local
R&B group called Total Control. The musicians
put Delapaz in contact with Morris
J. Williams, a songwriter and producer who often
worked with the Southern soul label Ecko Records.
With Williams' help, Delapaz made
her first demo recordings, and then dropped
by the Ecko Records offices to give them a copy.
The Ecko staff quickly decided Delapaz was
just the sort of artist they were looking for,
and struck a deal with her.
the stage name Ms. Jody, her first album, You're
My Angel, was released by Ecko in March 2006,
and her second, What You Gonna Do When
the Rent Is Due?, arrived the following November. Ms.
Jody's sexy, streetwise style gained her a following
among fans of Southern soul and blues, and she
recorded prolifically, releasing ten original
albums for Ecko between 2006 and 2016. Ms.
Jody also enjoyed a busy schedule as a
live performer, playing clubs and festival dates
in the South and West, occasionally branching
out for gigs in California and the Midwest.
In 2017, the hardworking Ms. Jody returned
with the album I Got the Feeling, while
continuing to play for her fans on a regular
Joanne Vertie Delapaz in 1957, aka Ms
Jody began singing as a young child freely
expressing to all. She soon begins singing in
her fathers church in Chicago, Illinois
back in 1975, where she sings for two decades.
Her parents moved to the deep south Bay Springs,
Mississippi, when she was 2, where she still
live today and after the death of her father
and the end of her first marriage, she dropped
out of musicJoanne
returns to R&B again with joining a local
group Total Control and begin performing and
getting back into the groove. The members of
the group put put in contact with Morris J.
Williams, a songwriter and producer who often
worked with the Southern Soul label Ecko Records
and with that association made her first demo
recording. She came into the southern soul after
attending a blues concert with her brother featuring
the Queen Denise LaSalle and she shifted her
style, incorporated the name Ms. Jody and begun
first album Youre My Angel, was released
by Ecko in March 2006