Show info for: 'Soul 2 NeoSoul'
'Soul 2 NeoSoul' on wfdu at radioactivity.fm
|Show name||Soul 2 NeoSoul|
|Show DJ's||The Jaguar|
|Show info||What is the Soul 2 Neosoul Experience? Each week for 3 hours, Terry the Jaguar will lead you on a musical trip that will take you back to the genesis of soul and dive into the soul of today. On the way, you will groove to some of the best music that never made it on the airwaves. Whether it’s blue-eyed-soul, brown-eyed-soul, Euro-soul or soul fusion, If its groovin, The Jaguar will include it on the musical itinerary. Maybe it was a B-side masterpiece that got lost along the way, or didn’t get much air-time because it wasn’t the flavor of the day. And what about all those treasures that have been sampled by the most famous hip-hop artists and rappers over the last few decades? The Jaguar will deconstruct them and give them their rightful place on center stage. As you enjoy your journey with the Jaguar, you may just rediscover an artist you forgot about, or you may get transported by the memory of when you first heard a certain song and fall for it all over again. Thats the Soul 2 Neosoul Experience! Terry the Jaguar is elated to join the WFDU team. He is the host of Soul 2 Neosoul Experience, a musical journey through soul and it’s roots to the new soul sound of today. His love of music stems from early exposure to music of all types from gospel to soul and rock. He loves to spend time sorting through the music of today as well as letting a favorite song transport him back to a special time and place. He graduated from Ramapo College with a BA in Communications. He has played drums for several musical groups throughout the tri-state area, at exciting venues including the world famous Apollo, and the Legendary CBGB. He has produced music for various hip-hop artists, and has DJ’d in many spots throughout the NY and NJ area including the Palladium and Kilimanjaro. Terry plays several instruments but is most extensively trained as a drummer, listing his biggest style influences as the Police’s Stewart Copeland and Jamiroquai’s Derrick McKenzie. When he is not in the studio or at his drum set, you can find Terry sharing classic car restoration and modification tips at area car shows. He is especially partial to 60’s and 70’s era Chevrolets.|