May 29, 2012

The Soul Brother Show Featuring Sheila J. Hardy



What's happening, my friend? You're in the mix with Mr. Chris for this ROCKIN' episode of The Soul Brother Show - The Home of Heavy Soul and Raw Funk! I am so excited about this particular podcast because this is all about sistas in the name of rock! That's right, my friend: All sistas! All rock and roll! We feature some of the best in black rock females from the past, present, and the future and the icing on the cake? We feature an in-depth interview with Sheila J. Hardy, the writer-producer-director of the upcoming documentary Nice and Rough: Black Women in Rock! As always, sit back, relax, and enjoy!

For more information on the culture of black rock, please visit my peeps at the Black Rock Coalition and Afro-Punk

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Special thanks to each and everyone of you who continue to show love and support for The Soul Brother Show and The Soul Sister Show. You are appreciated!

Extra, extra special thanks to Georgette a-k-a the Soul Sister for the inspiration and the bomb ass graphics! You are amazing! 


Alabama Shakes - "Hold On" 

Kina - "U Don't Know" 

Joi - "If I'm in Luck, I Just Might Get Picked Up" 

Mayaeni - "Black Hole" 

Erykah Badu - "Penitentiary Philosophy" 

Subject to Change - "Soul Sister" 

Mother's Finest - "If 6 Was 9" 

Big Mama Thornton - "Hound Dog"


Memphis Minnie - "Hoodoo Lady Blues" 

Sister Rosetta Tharpe - "Rock Me" 

Barbara Lynn - "You'll Lose a Good Thing" 

Etta James - "W-O-M-A-N" 

Kelli Sae w/Nona Hendryx - "Warrior" 

The Bell Rays - "Blues for Godzilla" 

Betty Davis - "They Say I'm Different" 

Ike and Tina Turner - "Proud Mary" 

The Memorials - "Black Hole Sun" 

Queens of Sheba - "Don't Know What She Does" 

The Skins - "Surf" 

Straight Line Stitch - "Conversion" 

Wicked Wisdom - "Something Inside of Me" 

Nona Hendryx - "Rock This House" 

This episode is dedicated in loving memory of Donna Summer, the very first recipient of the Best Rock Vocal Performance (Female) for the classic track, "Hot Stuff."