Michael Kiwanuka

soul musician

Band

Band:
Michael Kiwanuka – Lead Vocals, Guitar
Miles C James – Guitar, Vocals
Steve Pringle – Keys, Vocals
Graham Godfrey – Percussion, Vocals
Alex Bonfanti – Bass, Vocals
Lewis Wright – Drums, Vocals
Vincent Brantley, Talitha Manor, Yolanda Dancy - Backing Vocals on “Black Man in a White World”

Michael Kiwanuka on KCRW

UK soul singer Michael Kiwanuka took some time after the release of his acclaimed debut to figure out what he really wanted to say next.

Michael Kiwanuka

UK soul singer Michael Kiwanuka took some time after the release of his acclaimed debut to figure out what he really wanted to say next.

from Morning Becomes Eclectic

Michael Kiwanuka is a KCRW favorite. The UK artist became a quick favorite among our DJs and we hosted him for this live session around his first full length.

Michael Kiwanuka

Michael Kiwanuka is a KCRW favorite. The UK artist became a quick favorite among our DJs and we hosted him for this live session around his first full length.

from Morning Becomes Eclectic

More from KCRW

Unearthing new discoveries, remixes and rarities, b-sides and lost classics.

from Dan Wilcox

Cosmic breaks, cinematic soundscapes and ethereal outtakes, dipping and weaving between the folds

from John Moses

KCRW's all-music channel blending the collected talents and tastes of all KCRW's DJs into a single voice streaming 24 hours a day.

from Eclectic 24

Anne Litt hosts unexpected choices in progressive pop and new rhythms.

from Anne Litt

KCRW's all-music channel blending the collected talents and tastes of all KCRW's DJs into a single voice streaming 24 hours a day.

from Eclectic 24

Future beats and a mind-melting mix of fuzz, bass, and funk. Served fresh nightly.

from Travis Holcombe

The seed of Naya Beat was planted in a Heat-Wave . Daniel T.

from FREAKS ONLY

Raul Campos creates a mix of emerging artists and current favorites, bringing essential cuts from around the world and a little closer to home -- from soulful grooves and fresh remixes…

from Raul Campos

After the success of a hit single, 13 year old Stevie Wonder's voice was changing from puberty and he was in a bit of a slump. Berry Gordy was even ready to drop him from Motown.

from Morning Becomes Eclectic