Mi-Soul Radio knows how to keep you dancing on and off air. Here’s our top 5 Things to do this coming weekend…
Bob Masters (Mi-Soul Radio) brings you his ever successful Bournemouth SoulJam, back at The Carrington Hotel for one of the best weekends on the soul calendar. Paul Murphy will be joining them for a very special Jazz Freaks Session on Saturday lunchtime and a stellar line up over the whole weekend.
Carrington House Hotel – Bournemouth, Knyveton Road, BH1 3QQ Bournemouth
Back to cause unreasonable rumbles in the amazing Koko, a venue with a long & rich musical history, beautiful interior, wooden dancefloor, massive mirrorball & a ridiculous sound system, Mr Scruff will be playing a strong tea-fuelled five hour set, with a mixture of soul, hip hop, disco, boogie, jazz, reggae, funk, house, electro funk, latin, afrobeat, ska, plus a ton of new Scruff material.
Koko, 1a Camden High Street, London NW1 7JE
Facebook | Tickets or Koko Box Office, 24 hr cc hotline: 0844 811 0051
Funky nation is a cacophony of Soul, Funk, Disco and Boogie (new and old) headed up by Mike Vitti and Calvin Francis. A monthly affair in Central London that is not to be missed. Hear the Funky Nation programme live with Mike Vitti on Saturdays on Mi-Soul Radio. Listen out for the interview with Debbie Sledge (from Sister Sledge) this week!
Upstairs at Ronnie’s, Ronnie Scott’s 47 Frith Street, London. Facebook
After a lovely run of spring and summer monthly Fridays in the original al fresco surroundings of The Magic Roundabout The Date are hitting the Old St underground for one last time this year. Join them on Oct 14th for another free evening session of disco and a touch of house as our residents Stuart Patterson
and Tim Keenoy
are joined by special guest Si Kurrage. The venue will be partially covered and heated plus ace food on offer from Burger Bear and White Men Can’t Jerk.
The Magic Roundabout, Old Street Roundabout (above the tube station), EC1Y 1BE London.
Shift is a regular Friday affair at Proud, Camden. This coming weekend catch Norman Jay MBE with support from residents LISTENER and JESS BAYS.
Proud Camden, The Horse Hospital, Stables Market, Chalk Farm Road, NW1 8AH