About Mr. Chris
After high school graduation, I moved to San Antonio and found my way to KSJL-96.1 FM as a board operator and KSYM 90.1 as an on-air personality. One of the highlights was meeting both the Notorious B.I.G. and Tupac Shakur. When I came back to Houston, I hit the spoken word scene for several years until 2006 when my wife and I created SOBO Magazine. Short for Soulful Bohemian, this was a publication geared towards independent musicians as we interviewed many artists such as Eric Roberson, Mint Condition, Kelli Sae, and Omar to music legends Nona Hendryx, Grandmaster Melle Mel, and Dawn Silva from the Brides of Funkenstein. In 2010, SOBO Magazine ceased publication and I took the time to kick back and spend quality time with my family.
In 2012, I reached out to my good friend Susaye Greene of the Supremes and asked her to be my first guest on the premiere podcast of The Soul Brother Show. From there the show was kicked into the stratosphere and and is now moving full speed ahead! Let it be known that I love what I do and I do what I love and that's share my passion of music with like-minded individuals from all over the world.
-- Christopher Whaley