Funk Radio Stations

We have 59 radio stations playing Funk.

The Groove

Skipworth & Turner - Thinking About Your Love
Genres: soul rnb disco funk 80s

Joy Radio

Rodney Franklin - The Groove
Genres: soul jazz funk disco rnb 80s

Soul Rhythms Radio UK

Cashmere - Let the Music Turn You On
Genres: soul funk disco jazz rnb reggae

Brum Radio - Birmingham

- Ed Geater - Symmetry
Genres: electronic indie jazz funk soul talk

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Whatsapp Live DJ on +353 85 7833 733

Genres: dance techno tech house house funk disco

Portobello Radio

Portobello Radio - Saturday Sessions 334 DBC Rebel Radio Show With Mekka

Genres: funk reggae electronic


PRINCE - Nothing Compares 2 U (Featuring ROSIE GAINES)
Genres: soul disco funk


Mai Tai - Body And Soul
Genres: disco funk dance classic


Only Funk Music 60s70s80s
Quazar - Funk 'N' Roll (Dancin' In the "Funkshine") (1978)
Genres: funk

Amsterdam Funk Channel

Pure Funky Grooves

Genres: soul funk dance

Jamm FM Radio Costa del Sol

Bruno Be & Zerky - Soldiers (feat. Leiner)
Genres: rnb soul funk classics 80s 90s

70s 80s DiscoFunk ModernSoul Boogie

The 2nd theme channel of
Juicy - Nobody But You
Genres: funk 70s 80s

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James Brown - Get Up I Feel Like Being a Sex Machine
Genres: electronic funk soulful house deep house soul nu disco chillout


Caron Wheeler - Living In The Light (Brighton Bass Mix)
Genres: funk groove hip hop hold school rnb soul rap

1000 Discohits

Burn, baby, burn!
Steve Arrington - Feel So Real
Genres: disco soul funk


Lloyd Cole - Lost Weekend
Genres: 70s 80s disco funk

Guerrilla Radio

The Number 1 Name in Alternative Radio
Staind - Mudshovel (Live) - Live: It's Been Awhile
Genres: rock metal punk alternative funk fusion progressive psychedelic surf

A_A Funk

Cameo - Why Have I Lost You
Genres: funk

Funky Ass Tunes

Funk, Soul, Rare Groove & Lounge
Genres: funk

Doctor Kiss-Kiss
Genres: 80s disco funk soul pop and salsa

About Funk Music

Funk music originated in the united states during the 1960s. The genres african american musicians fused elements of soul, jazz and r&b into a more rhythmical and danceable form of music. Funk music places much more emphasis on a stronger groove with instruments such as the bass guitar and drums playing a more predominant role in the music.

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