Mi Soul presents Light of the World

Sunday 23 May 2021

“Swingin”, “Midnight Groovin'”, “The Boys in Blue”, “This Is This”, “London Town”, “Pete’s Crusade”, “I Shot The Sheriff”

Mi-Soul presents Brit Funk band Light of the World with DJs Ronnie Herel & Gordon Mac

Light Of The World are the original forerunners of the late 1970s/early 1980s British jazz-funk movement.

Widely acknowledged as giants of Brit Funk, Light Of The World’s unique sound is a branded combination of gutsy soulful vocals, tight jazz horn melodies and fat gritty bass lines.

Light Of The World have been back in the studio again led by a creative nucleus of Gee Bello (Vocals/Percussion), Nat Augustin (Vocals/Guitar) and Mel Gaynor (Drums) accompanied by other great British and American musicians. LOTW’s new album Jazz Funk Power showcases a unique hybrid which meshes their considerable musical and authentic abilities.

This socially distanced show features many of the bands major hits, and previews tracks from their new album released on the 25th September on Amazon & iTunes

You will be delighted to know the band have great soulful tunes with a nostalgic feel but remaining contemporary, reaching into the past to bring you what the present needs.

Mi-Soul is a radio station on DAB, online and on app playing Soul, R&B, House, and other genres including Hip Hop, Reggae, and DnB.

Mi-Soul was founded by Gordon Mac (formerly Kiss FM), with long-time business partner Martin Strivens.[1] Having left Colourful in June 2011, Mac launched Mi-Soul as an internet radio station in July 2012.. It commenced broadcasting on the Switch London 2 digital radio network on 27 June 2015.

Mi-Soul presenters and DJs include some of the UK’s legendary names, including Lindsay Wesker, Jazzie B, Jumping Jack Frost, Brandon Block, and Dave VJ (formerly of Kiss); Femi Fem, Mastermind, Greg Edwards, and Keith Lawrence (formerly Capital Radio); George Kay, Calvin Francis, and Natty B (formerly Choice FM); Ronnie Herel, and DJ Bailey (formerly BBC Radio 1Xtra); and Mike Vitti (formerly Jazz FM). Other presenters to have appeared include the late Colin Faver and Paul Trouble Anderson.