Sundays at 6pm

Soulsations takes listeners on an engaging musical journey of R&B and Gospel music.

You’ll hear the sounds of Maze Featuring Frankie Beverly, dubbed the best kept secret in the industry, musical innovators Stevie Wonder and Marvin Gaye along with other tunes from Motown’s golden era. You’ll discover the distinct sounds of contemporary gospel from Yolanda Adams to the long-time a cappella gospel quartet the Fairfield Four, known as house wreckers because they “bring down the house” when they perform.

We’ll also showcase new works from seasoned R&B veterans including Al Green and Aretha Franklin plus gospel siblings BeBe & CeCe Winans. Join Carla Eckels Sunday evenings for an hour of pure musical enjoyment.

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Sunday, October 23

Sunday on Soulsations hear new praise and worship music from gospel great Fred Hammond. It’s Hammond’s first live recording in almost two decades. He’s touring the country with other gospel artists as part of the Festival of Praise Tour

Sunday, September 25

Sunday on Soulsations hear one of the most beloved and consistently popular vocal groups, The Whispers. The Hall of Fame Vocal Group still remains a favorite on tour after 50 years of singing and recording award-winning music.

Sunday, September 18

This Sunday on Soulsations hear the soulful sounds of four-time Grammy award winning R&B songstress, Regina Belle. The veteran singer, known for Disney hits including “A Whole New World” with Peabo Bryson, released a new album this year called The Day Life Began. Belle will perform at the Hartman Arena October 16th as part of the “Festival of Praise Tour”. 

Sunday, September 4

Sunday on Soulsations, a conversation with Wichita gospel musician Steven L. Jones. He’s known for demonstrating his sheer joy in playing the Hammond B-3, electric organ. Jones has played at hundreds of church services across the city over the years. Hear music from his release, Songs I Play in Church.  The Gospel Music Workshop of America, Sunflower Chapter will hold a tribute honoring his 40 years of service to the Wichita community at Tabernacle Bible Church on Sunday, September 4th at 6 pm.

If the name "Rose Royce" doesn't ring a bell, the band's biggest hit certainly will: Since hitting the charts in 1976, "Car Wash" is still, even today, one of the most recognizable songs.

Sunday, August 14

Old school music will take center stage at the Grub & Groove festival coming to Wichita, August 27th.  Hear music from some of the featured artists on this weekend's Soulsations including the popular 70's funk group The Zapp Band. 

Sunday, August 6

Flutist Darnell White creates a new single in honor of ‘70s soul music icon, Marvin Gaye. White, who has written and composed music for the legendary Barry White, partners with veteran R&B vocalist Chuckii Booker for the tribute.

Sunday, July 31

Tonight we'll hear old school music from a band from the Bahamas! The Beginning of the End with the 1971 groove, Funky Nassau! Also we wrap up Guitar Month with the sounds of Jonathan Butler.

Sunday, July 24

As we continue jazz guitar month, hear jazzy summertime music from the dynamic ten-time Grammy winner George Benson.  

Sunday, July 10

Sunday on Soulsations, hear the gospel sounds of master worship leader, William McDowell. The Grammy and Dove awards nominee has spent years serving as music director for Ron Kenoly and is now the pastor of Deeper Fellowship Church in Orlando, Florida.  He is most widely known for his chart topping single "I Give Myself Away."  McDowell will be in concert along with a mass choir of more than 20 Wichita-area churches at Century II in Wichita on Friday, July 15th at 6:00 pm as part of the United Methodist Church South Central Jurisdictional Conference.