▶️ #RhythmBeSoul 08/06/2019 featuring Andrae Bentley Interview
▶Davina Oriakhi interview film
Watch highlights of my interview with Soul singer and song writer Davina Oriakhi at the Sugahill Cafe in Sydenham beautifully filmed and edited by YouTube channel Future Mercatoria.
The full interview was aired during the #RhythmBeSoul show on Behind A Groove Radio on Sat 27th October 2018.
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▶Davina Oriakhi on #RhythmBeSoul 27/10/2018
Davina Oriakhi is a unique multi-genre artiste from London and Nigeria. Since the release of her debut album Love to a Mortal in 2017 her music has been a regular feature on the #RhythmBeSoul show. Her vocal drops singing the name of the show and more have laced every weeks show with her unique flava.
So it was a great joy to meet up with Davina at Sugahill Cafe in Sydenham for an interview. The full interview was broadcast on Sat 27th October on the #RhythmBeSoul show 10pm-12am on BehindAGroove.com
Now available to replay here and on mixcloud:
Video footage filmed and edited by Future Mercatoria is now available here https://www.djsolarb.com/davina-oriakhi-film/
You can also check out Davina’s website and stream her music below.
Patriq James Interview
An interview (exclusive to the UK) with the amazing Patriq James (singer/actor/dancer/writer/director) from Nashville USA will be broadcast on #RhythmBeSoul on both UniqueVibez and Behind A Groove week commencing 16th July 2018!
Crazy Thing Called Love
I just have to tell you about this tune by Tay Walker. Titled CTCL, standing for Crazy Thing Called Love, it was out in 2017 on You Tube and SoundCloud but unavailable on Amazon, iTunes and Spotify until now. Anyway it’s now available as part of Tay’s album One Way Street To Nowhere #OWSTN , released 25th May 2018. It’s got a fantastic 90s RnB feel to it (think something like Donell Jones / Chico DeBarge style). It starts out as a tale of a young man who sees a young lady crying. Can he help? Is it that crazy thing called love? Just take a listen!
The neo hippy soul rock staaarrrr!
I’ve been a huge fan of Raheem DeVaughn since his debut album The Love Experience back in 2005.
I would play that album OVER and over and tell eevverybody I met about it. And seeing Raheem perform it live at the Jazz Cafe in Camden, London (2006) was a live music experience that was just out of this world! I went to hundreds of concerts in my 20s but this is one of the few that really really stays clearly in my mind, years later. I remember how he had his brother up on stage painting the scene (a painting of himself painting Raheem and the band). How Raheem and the band all dramatically collapsed on the stage in sync. How Raheem got down from the stage to dance with a lady in the front row. The various costume changes. The crowd participation….., but above all else the mind blowing vocal talent, the music, the passion and the Soul!
Some years and many quality albums and outstanding shows later Raheem DeVaughn is back again at the Jazz Cafe in Camden on 26th June 2018. So if your looking for a great show to go to this June, this has to be top of the list.
Raheem DeVaughn Jazz Cafe tickets