Soul singer Noel Gourdin on making a radio show
On the making of Soul Sessions Down By The River
I believe being a musician can bring a little bit of integrity and balance to a radio show. Especially being an artist in the Genre of R&B/Soul, because it just seems like all the R&B today sounds the same and there's really support for Soul artists that have been making quality music for so long. They say "Soul Music is Missing, Soul Music is Lost", but I say Soul Music has been here, it's just that that ARTISTS making the SOUL MUSIC IS NOT getting the SUPPORT that THEY DESERVE. Hopefully I can lend a hand...
I believe this show has already made me respect the Soul Artists of the yester-years and of Today even more. When people give myself or my Team praise about the show, they say how much they enjoy listening in because it's so different from what a lot of stations are playing & that I give light to lesser known Soul Artists that in my opinion are keeping this R&B/Soul Genre Alive. So I'll say that this show will bring a deeper appreciation for making quality music that has a message for people willing to listen.
- Noel Gourdin
Soul and R&B singer Noel Gourdin (Gor-Deen) emerged on the music scene with his number one hit song, The River, which stayed on the Urban AC charts at number one for 15 weeks. He was born in Brockton, MA, but Gourdin spent his childhood summers in Mississippi. He was signed by Sony Music at the age of 24. Noel Gourdin is currently with Top Notch Music. Find out more here: http://www.noelgourdin.com/
Noel Gourdin has now joined the growing group of musicians who make radio shows about music, this with his show Summer Sessions Down By the River, which airs every Tuesday at 9pm EST, and can be heard here http://tunein.com/radio/The-
Noel Gourdin has previously contributed to Musicians' Corner. See more HERE.
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