Jeremy Sole

Jeremy Sole

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2 hr, 56 min

A Sonic trip through the past, present and future of Roots music.

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Jeremy Sole hosts a sonic trip through the past, present and future of Roots music. Listen On-Demand to the latest show.

A Jeremy Sole Halloween special where 20 special guests pick their favorite Halloween songs, including Quincy Jones, Mike D, Gary Clark Jr, Flying Lotus and many more.

Commemorating 50 years since Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. stepped up to the podium at the March On Washington and delivered what is now known as his "I Have A Dream" speech.

Globetrotting DJ Jeremy Sole visits MBE, bringing with him a short conversation with musician Seun Kuti, son of Afro beat pioneer Fela Kuti.

The Decoders, a project from respected LA musicians Itai Shapira and Todd Simon (trumpeter/arranger for Mayer Hawthorne, TV On The Radio, etc.), visited the KCRW studios to give us a sneak preview of their new tunes, including the previous unheard track "Baby This Love I Have". They also shared some of the song that have inspired them in a Guest DJ set.

In addition to the write up for KCRW's Album Preview of The Stepkids self titled release, KCRW DJ Jeremy Sole interviews the band in this web exclusive.

Moved by the passing of songwriter/poet Gil Scott Heron, KCRW DJ Jeremy Sole put together 3-hours of originals, collaborations, remixes, interviews, poems, and music made in tribute to Gil from around the world .

In March 2011, Tourism Australia invited Jeremy Sole to discover the music and culture of Australia. Jeremy spent every minute of his trip meeting with, interviewing, and recording Aussie artists.

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