Funk Radio Stations

We have 67 radio stations playing Funk.

Phever Radio/TV:

Phever Radio/TV

Genres: dance techno techhouse house funk disco

The Groove

Dells - All About the Paper
Genres: soul rnb disco funk 80s

Joy Radio

Archie Bell The Drells - Don t Let Love Get You Down
Genres: soul jazz funk disco rnb 80s

Brum Radio - Birmingham

- Chartreuse - Things Are Changing Too Quickly
Genres: electronic indie jazz funk soul talk

Portobello Radio

Portobello Radio - Saturday Sessions 279 Georgias Hydration Hour

Genres: funk reggae electronic


MICHAEL JACKSON - They Don't Care About Us
Genres: soul disco funk

Austin Blues Radio

Ruthie Foster - Nickel And A Nail
Genres: blues blues rock country rock soul blues funk blues folk


DeBarge - I Like It
Genres: disco funk dance classic

ART OF MUSIC • Web Radio

Dario Piana - Soulpleasure #019 v2 (Radio Show)
Genres: electronic funk soulful house deep house soul nu disco chillout


Only Funk Music 60s70s80s
Bobby Byrd - The Way To Get Down (1974)
Genres: funk

Amsterdam Funk Channel

Pure Funky Grooves

Genres: soul funk dance

The FunkStation

Dexter Wansel - Let Me Rock You

Genres: funk soul disco

Guerrilla Radio

The Number 1 Name in Alternative Radio
John Lee Hooker - Shake It Baby - It Serves You Right to Suffer
Genres: rock metal punk alternative funk fusion progressive psychedelic surf

1000 Discohits

Burn, baby, burn!
Instant Funk - I Got My Mind Made Up
Genres: disco soul funk

Funkstar Radio - We Play It For You

Cashmere - Let The Music Turn You On
Genres: funk


Cameo - Strange

Genres: funk

70s 80s DiscoFunk ModernSoul Boogie

The 2nd theme channel of
Curtis Mayfield - Little Child Running Wild
Genres: funk 70s 80s

FUNK and CO Radio

The Cool-Notes - Brixton Town
Genres: funk

love soul radio

Daren B - Soul Heaven 53
Genres: soul funk jazz reggae

WJPC FM Chicago 99.1

Toni Braxton - Another Sad Love Song - Ultimate Toni Braxton
Genres: r b soul funk oldschool

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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