Saturday Soulful Soiree

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  • Saturday

    6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

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Tune in for the hottest, newest releases in Blues, Soul, Funky R & B, and a plethora of NOLA vibes. We’ve got the classics too! Host, Cheryl Mogul features many great obscure tracks from all eras and music from around the globe that will get your attitude just right for a Saturday night!

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Thank You Gifts available from Saturday Soulful Soiree
Vanessa Collier W/ Legendary JC’s
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Skippers Smokehouse 12-13-2019 7PM

Vanessa demonstrates her skills as a master musician and songwriter, blending her blues background with elements of funk, rock, and soul. Vanessa’s powerful vocals, gritty saxophone solos, and passionate performance create a powerful show not to be missed!

The Legendary JC’s bring a s soul-stirring, old-fashioned R&B/rock n’ roll sound. Vocalist Eugene Snowden echoes Wilson Pickett and Sam Cooke with the band cooking up a steamy, high-energy funky revival.

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40 Years RadioActive Men’s T-Shirt – Fall Drive
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Celebrating 40 years of local, independent radio.  Celebrate this anniversary by supporting 88.5 and getting a “40 Years RadioActive” T-shirt.

This great shirt has a fun design on a sand colored shirt.

This is for a donation of $88.50, or even better, join our Circle of Friends and donate $7.37 a month.

 

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40 Years RadioActive Women’s T-Shirt for the Fall Drive
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Celebrating 40 years of local, independent radio.  Celebrate this anniversary by supporting 88.5 and getting a “40 Years RadioActive” T-shirt.

This great shirt has a fun design on a sand colored shirt.

This is for a donation of $88.50, or even better, join our Circle of Friends and donate $7.37 a month.  The women’s shirt is a crew neck.

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WMNF Reusable Straw
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Yes!  The WMNF Reusable straw made of aluminum with a cleaning brush and a travel pouch.  The straw is laser engrave with WMNF 88.5 wmnf.org.  It can be yours for a monthly Circle of Friends contribution of $7.38

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Book – A Century of Jazz
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Soft Cover – Beautiful photos of the Jazz, Blues, Bop, Swing, R&B, and Hip-Hop through the ages.  This book is for music lovers.

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WMNF “Last Local Radio” Socks
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Yes, we finally decided that we will wear socks.  But not just any socks but “Last Local Radio” socks.  Get a pair or two today.  Appropriate with any attire or occasion.   Rock your socks!!!

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CLASSIC 70’s SOUL HITS CD Set – THREE CDs – 40 SONGS! $100 Pledge ONE AVAILABLE!
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DISC ONE:
1. Lean on Me – Bill Withers
2. Kiss and Say Goodbye – The Manhattans
3. Love Train – The O’Jays
4. Am I Black Enough for You? – Billy Paul
5. That Lady – The Isley Brothers
6. Your Love – Marilyn McCoo
7. Best of My Love – The Emotions
8. You Ought to Be Havin’ Fun – Tower Of Power
9. Got to Be Real – Cheryl Lynn
10. Disco Lady – Johnnie Taylor
11. I’ll Always Love My Mama – The Intruders
12. What Can I Do For You? – LaBelle
13. T.S.O.P. (The Sound of Philadelphia) – MFSB feat. The Three Degrees
DISCO TWO:
1. Sing a Song – Earth, Wind & Fire
2. If You Don’t Know Me By Now – Harold Melvin & The Blue Notes
3. Don’t Take Your Love – The Manhattans
4. Do It Any Way You Wanna – People’s Choice
5. When Will I See You Again – The Three Degrees
6. Me and Mrs. Jones – Billy Paul
7. Too Much, Too Little, Too Late – Johnny Mathis with Deniece Williams
8. You Don’t Have to Be a Star (To Be In My Show) – Marilyn McCoo & Billy Davis Jr.
9. Dazz – Brick
10. Play That Funky Music – Wild Cherry
11. Ain’t Gonna Bump No More (With No Big Fat Woman) – Joe Tex
12. Shout It Out – B.T. Express
13. Yu-Ma/Go Away Little Boy – Marlena Shaw
DISC THREE:
1. Boogie Nights – Heatwave
2. Lady Marmalade – Labelle feat. Patti LaBelle
3. In the Mood – Tyrone Davis
4. What a Diff’rence a Day Makes – Esther Phillips
5. Love Brought Me Back – D.J. Rogers
6. Love Is So Good When You’re Stealing It – Z.Z. Hill
7. Free – Deniece Williams
8. Midnight Train to Georgia – Gladys Knight & The Pips
9. You Are My Friend – Patti LaBelle
10. Say You Love Me – Patti Austin
11. Reach For It – George Duke
12. Where Do We Go from Here? – The Trammps
13. Pictures and Memories – Marlena Shaw
14. Farther On Down the Road – Joe Simon

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WMNF Last Local Radio T-Shirt
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On September 14th, WMNF will be celebrating 40 years of local, independent radio.  Celebrate this anniversary by supporting 88.5 and getting “The Last Local Radio Station” T-shirt.  Both in men’s and women’s style.  The women’s shirt is a V neck.

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These are exclusive gifts of Saturday Soulful Soiree, more Thank You gifts available

Hosted By...

Cheryl Mogul  [email protected]

Saturday Soulful Soiree offers the best R&B, Blues, soul (new/classic), and funk music! Meet the master behind the music in this edition of WMNF's Programmer Spotlight featuring Cheryl Mogul.

How long have you been with WMNF?


The ENTIRE time we have been on air since Sept. 14,1979.....................off air and on air -VOLUNTEERING!

What does your show represent to you and what do you hope people get out of it?


Heavy dose of NOLA music for sure - blues and some jazzy and swing numbers too - just an upbeat and fun program full of HOT surprises each and every single week! One really never knows what to expect and what tangent we will go off on for the evening.

I hope people get a feeling of release from the workweek and are dancing and just HAPPY and up from the upbeat mix we present! I want people to have a funky good time ALL night long. I want to dance and be happy too and I am with the music and what it represents. Music is my favorite medicine for contending with life.


What's your favorite show on WMNF (aside from your own)?


WOW! There have been SO, SO many over the 34 years I can't really say - this is SO very hard, but I MUST say consistently Soul Party has made me blissfully happy for the duration - that is REALLY what I grew up on - a steady diet of great soul blasting out of Philly airwaves and my real first love of music then followed.