Posts Tagged ‘neosoul’


BARBICAN   |   FRIDAY 17TH MARCH   |  19:30   |   £15-25 plus booking fee


courtney-pine-omarphotography: Alfred Bailey

Early on this year one of our favorite record labels Freestyle Records signed Courtney Pine.  We support Greg Boraman the A&R man at Freestlye Records as we feel this is a great combination.

When you was to listen Courtney Pine music you will find that this British self-taught jazz musician who’s career spans over 30 years.  Courtney Pine is a talented saxophonist that can also play flute, clarinet, bass clarinet and keys, his style bring together jazz that integrates reggae, Caribbean sounds, hip-hop.   In his career he has revived awards in 1996 & 1997 MOBO for best jazz act; 1999 People’s Choice best British jazz act for blues and soul; 2000 OBE and  CBE in 2009 New Year Honours for services to jazz music.  In the 1980’s he was key to foundering the all black British band Jazz Warriors.

“In a Class of His Own”The Times

“Courtney Pine was one hailed as the savior of British Jazz….he still is” – The Independent

“Nothing short of breath-taking” – The Telegraph

Courtney Pine forthcoming release for Freestyle Records “Black Notes From The Deep” features label mate Omar out in early Summer 2017.  This project bring together two heavy weights in jazz and soul.  The studio experience of blending their influences into the mixing pot for this album I would have liked to have been a fly on the wall. Well as I’m not a fly I would advise you to get down for one of their live dates like myself.

Here is your advance notice and get your tickets now before its to late 17th March 2017 at the Barbarian Contemporary Music.  If your of the age of seeing Courtney Pine and Omar in their early days of their career, this would be a great way to share what was the fuss was about back in the day Bring your family and friends to hear original songs.

If you need convincing of going to the gig to enjoy yourself.  Here is a video of Courtney Pine with another of uk great soul vocalist the late great Lyden David Hall performing Lady & John Coltrane Live on Later with Jools Holland.  You know it makes you wanna move and get your ticket.



Lara Lee

Smooth Jazz Lounge welcomes Lara Lee aka FLO who released two independent albums “Just Let It FLO Project 1” (2010) and “For The Lovers Of” (2011) under the name Floetic Lara.  These album gives you an idea of just some her musical influences covering jazz, soul, reggae, this was all before being noticed to a wider audience on TV program The Voice singing competition.  Come down to Bernie Grant Art Centre where you enjoy her performance in an up close setting.  Plus guest DJ Speedy (Supa Fine Radio)  playing various jazz and soul grooves to  set the mood for evening alongside resident dj’s Sapphire and Spider.


Posted: February 14, 2015 in Uncategorized
Tags: , , , ,


Supa Fine Radio formed Jan 15 still committed to bring quality jazz, funk and soul music to a wider audience.  We have had to make some changes to our audience demand to hear more classic jazz, funk and soul music.

We are proud that we support British based artist/musicians and labels music as we are also Uk based station.  Please take the time to check out and listen to what the UK truly has to offer.

Click here > Click and Listen CSFR