We Luvv Rare Grooves
- Pat Cleveland
- Featuring R&B Artist MAJOR.
- Funky Monday – July 03, 2017
- Nicole Simms
- Preston Glass
- Judy Pace and Richard Roundtree
- Funky Monday
- Alfie Silas
- Johnny Britt
- Andre Cymone
- Tribute to Cuba Gooding Sr.
- Legend Singer from Earth, Wind, and Fire Larry Dunn
- Singers, Songwriters, Actresses, & Models, The Millen Sisters
- Multi-instrumentalist, Songwriter, and Producer Andre Cymone
- We Luvv Rare Grooves Team with Special Guest Stephanie Spruill
- Legendary Saxophonist Ronnie Laws
About the Show
WE LUVV RARE GROOVES
Every Monday at 9pm Pacific
The Host and Founder
Pittsburgh native has unlocked his passion for music and he is finally getting behind the groove of soul stars of the past keeping R&B music alive is why he is inspired to form a show like We Luvv Rare Grooves.
I have always had infinity with the B Side of the record The songs on the album I felt sometime better than the release hit record. My Passion for music started with making romantic mix tapes in High School. I remembers starting my album collections with Columbia records 13 records for 1 cents. My first album was Ohio Players (Jive Turkey) but the song that stood was (heaven must be like this) After college I began working for the Urban station WAMO in Pittsburgh. which eventually segued into concert and promotions. Finally, his latent infatuation with music has come full bloom because I want wants to do my part in preserving R&B music.
My collection of music stems far and wide but my roots is R&B. As We Luvv Rare Grooves comes to take a life its own. My team and I look forward to keeping our listening audience on the edge of hearing never release music taking you on the musical magical journey down memory lane as only music can do. Our playlist is Diverse it includes everyone from Nat King Cole to Teena Marie, Ronnie Dyson Aretha Franklin, Marvin Gaye, Freddie Scott, Brenda Holloway and many many more.
Clifton has been recognized by the Los Angeles Wave Magazine as one of the 50 Most Influential Movers and Shakers in the Los Angeles Community.
This L.A Native who finds her roots planted in Detroit, Mi is a dynamic force in The Entertainment Industry.
The daughter of Detroit’s own Northern Soul Gem Gwen Owens, Xiantoni is no stranger to the world of show business.
Having Studied Music Theory, Dance Performance & Drama at Millikan Performing Arts and Hamilton High School Academy of Music , Xiantoni is very well versed in the Art of Session recording and Music Theory.
She also received several years of drum lessons under private instruction.
She started her professional career in the world of television and stage plays at an early age , while later signing with The Daniel Hoff Agency in Los Angeles , Ca while still attending High School.
She has worked along side Actors Craig T. Nelson, Sean Patrick Thomas, LeAnn Womack ( CBS ” The District” ) . Started in a Pepsi Co. Commercial for Japan under the direction of John Landis ( MJ Thriller) , and has appeared in several commercials and magazine print work.
Musically Xiantoni has worked and sung alongside Ceelo, Stevie Wonder, Edward & Brain Holland, H&B Barnum , Frenchie Davis, Sam Harris, Brandon Dixon, Loretta Devine, Ann Nesby , Tisha Campbell-Martin &Many more! Her voice can also be heard on many recording project as a back ground vocalist.
Greg S, born and raised in Brooklyn New York, has been a music lover his entire life. As a youngster growing up, he was influenced by his Dad, a singer, who enjoyed a wide range of music from the 40’s, 50’s and 60’s from Beethoven to Basie. While in college, Greg hosted and engineered his own weekly radio show on Sunday nights with WBAU at Adelphi University. Greg considers himself to be an Audiophile, in fact, he once bought a brand new car just because of the Premium sound system. While knowledgeable in many forms of music and era’s, his strongest bond is with R&B music of the 70’s.
Robert A is an author, lecturer and Rhythm & Blues (R&B) music cultural anthropologist with an in-depth knowledge focusing on the musical period from the mid 1960’s to 1990, often referred to as Classic Soul. Connecting the music to the social, cultural and political influences of the times makes his expertise above that of most category experts.
Mr. Brown has written columns for musical publications, lectured on the history of the evolution of the R&B sound and is the author of the book, “Know Your Soul: The Music of A Lifetime.”
DJ Regg, a Los Angeles native, began his professional career as a DJ in 1979..
He has gained expertise into almost every genre of music as well as the ever changing technology of the DJ business. His musical resources include a vast digital library spanning over 5 decades of music to include over 25,000 titles and more than 16000 music videos.
He has provided DJ and sound engineering services throughout the Unites States and abroad including bands, choirs and outdoor music festivals.
With more than 30 steady years in the business and an expansive client list, DJ Regg keeps people on the dance floor and mentors newcomers to the business by sharing his knowledge of music, technology and how to master the art of “the sound”.
I was once told, “I was born a DJ” and having a father who started DJing in the 1960s was a big help and influence on what I’ve chosen to do as a profession. I started DJing at the age of 11 working with my father doing events/parties on the weekends. This apprenticeship molded me and showed me many different aspects of being a Disc Jockey. I’ve learned the value of hard work, cooperation, perseverance and an impeccable work ethic. Now with nearly 30 years in the business I am a seasoned professional who can cater to many different demographics. My experience of knowing what music appeals to a particular crowd has served me well and has kept my business profitable for many years.
In the late 1980s (1987-1991) I attended UCLA and DJ’d many events for the school, as well as, fraternity and sorority events.
During the late 90’s I had to opportunity to collaborate with 2 childhood friends on a monthly parties called The FUNKHOUSE. The first party was a huge success despite the lack luster number of people who came…because we had a cool formula. Our musical selections started with funky jazz, old school and classic rare grooves sampled by contemporary rap artists.
My father also started a company called, School Entertainment & Activities Program (S.E.A.P., www.seap.org) which brought record industry artists, sponsors and radio stations to elementary, middle & high schools that we continued his work today.
Currently You can find me doing a host of Private events and the along being the sound and Production for the Savoy Entertainment Center in Inglewood.