Soul Radio Stations

We have 116 radio stations playing Soul.

WHHS 103.5 FM

Swv - You're Always On My Mind
Genres: hip hop soul talk

Jamm FM Radio Costa del Sol

Mino Albanese - Funky & Disco House
Genres: funk r b and urban soul

Eruption radio UK

Genres: hardcore jungle dnb drum and bass house soul



Genres: playing the best in new oldschool blues and southern soul

Vinyl Finish Radio

Al Greene - Here I am baby
Genres: old school funk soul

Grander Media

R&B and Hip-Hop
Myron - Give My All To You - Destiny
Genres: r b hip hop neo soul

FSJ Radio - XRN Australia

Fourplay - Once In The AM (1993)
Genres: funk soul jazz chill

Soulful Sounds Radio Live Mix With DJay ProT Saturdays 6pm To 8pm PST

Janet Jackson - Go Deep
Genres: old school r b contemporary jazz neo soul mixshows southern soul blues 60s soul

The Jay Spot

We Can Live Forever - The Sunburst Band
Genres: r b and urban soul smooth jazz

Genres: r b soulful house jazz soul reggae talk gospel


The Pussycat Dolls - Santa Baby
Genres: soul acid jazz disco

Ghisi Club Radio

Soul e R&B

Genres: soul e r b

Station X

Jimmy Bo Horne - I Can't Speak (45)
Genres: soul

Vibez Urban Soul

Teslanay @teslanay - Southern Soul Weekend ( Soul Cafe Radio)
Genres: soul

Le Rapologue Kafe

Rina Chanel - More Than Enough
Genres: r b chillout soul


A cutting edge radio station broadcasting live from Windhoek ,Namibia. Dese
Genres: adult contemporary jazz s oul pop rnb indie rock gospel amapian o house

70s, 80s, 90s, More music, less talk - Powered by

Genres: rare groove soul hip hop rnb reggae classics

KVKVI - Music Mike's Flashback Favorites

Edgar Winter Group - Frankenstein (1973)

Genres: classic hits 80s 70s oldies rock soul


Genres: tradional gospel southern soul


Genres: soul funky disco

About Soul Music

Soul music is a genre which originated in the united states during the 1950s and 1960s and combined elements of rhythm and blues, jazz and gospel music. During the period of the african-american civil rights movement of the 1950s and 1960s, the music being released by record labels such as motown, atlantic and stax became highly influential and soul music would become very popular in the united states. The genre is characterised by its use of catchy rhythms, soulful vocals and its call and response technique between the soloist and chorus.

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