Soul : Musicians / Groups

Arthur B and The Planetary Mix
RnB, Soul Music, Dance Music. Original Old School/New School/Future School R n B from Ithaca, NY
The Auroras
The Auroras are a four-piece rhythm section centered around the smokey contralto of lead singer, Hannah Kasoff. Songwriter and guitarist, Liam Lawson, describes the sound as "future soul" – a marriage of classic R&B grooves with ethereal guitar and an experimental outlook.
Dean's List
Four-part vocal harmonies on everything from originals and folk to classic rock and Motown, with guitar, bass, and fiddle for kick.
The Destination
The Destination is a 9-pc. dance band with its musical focus in the genres of R&B, Latin influenced material, Swing and Funk.
DJ Evo Evolution
DJ / Hip Hop / R&B - A one-of-a kind DJ Pop Performance Artist, Ramsey "Lightyear" Fulcher. He has evolved through a variety of influences such as Rick Rubin, Pharell Williams, TIMBALAND, and Andre 3000 into his own unique flow and sound.
Head Band
Instrumental soul, funk, rock, and jazz
The Jeff Love Band
The Jeff Love Band pays homage to the classic funk, soul and jazz of yesterday while imparting its contemporary vision on each mesmerizing offering.
Kevin Kinsella
Acoustic / Soul / Reggae
Mutron Warriors
Since 2006, The Mutron Warriors have been dedicated to delivering heavy, raw, adrenaline-fueled music people want to dance to. The band’s sound steadily evolves, and yet remains deeply rooted in funk, soul, and afrobeat. Hailing from the Ithaca area, this band has become a favorite with regional festivals and clubs.
NEO Project
Funked up Jazzy Soul, Post Modern R&B, Funk, Jazz, Rock, Afro-Caribbean, World Grooves.
Noon Fifteen
Soul rock from Ithaca NY
The Pelotones
The Pelotones are a jazz/blues/R and B quartet ideal for swing dance or listening. We also perform as a trio or duet.
Stone Cold Miracle
Stone Cold Miracle is a soul music dance band featuring vocal sensation Trece Stevenson and veteran Ithaca musicians.
Thousands of One
Conscious music, revolution sounds, liberation time! With spirited live shows, Thousands of One jumps from activist/retro soul to afrobeat/funk/reggae jams to underground Hiphop with a funk rock edge.
Vee Da Bee
Southern blues, soul, hip hop, and a bit of a country twang. Mostly acoustic. Always entertaining.