Every since my arrival to East Texas, when I went out into the streets and asked you the listener, what is missing on Kiss and the answer I got the most was SOUTHERN SOUL MUSIC.

I don't have to tell you what Southern Soul is but for the folks who still don't understand or get it, I'll help you.

Southern Soul to put it simply is Grown Folks Music, Music you don't sip clear alcohol to it, you sip BROWN liquor. If you've ever been through some stuff and dealt with relationships, money and all the troubles of life and came out on top music. Its Trail riding music you can hear every weekend while folks are out and about having a good time. Its "Line Dancing" music for the crews who get together and show off their latest moves.

Some call it "Country R&B", some folks call it "The New Blues", but whatever you want to call it, you know it when you hear it.  If you love the Southern Soul and Blues sound then get ready because we have a show for you!

The All New 107.3 Kiss-FM and the United States All Star DJ's are proud to present to you Brown Liquor Music: The Syndicated Southern Soul & Blues Mixshow hosted by our very own Melz On The MIC.

Brown Liquor Music is 3 hours of the best Southern Soul in the mix from today to back in the day mixed by the USADJs and special guest DJ's bringing you your favorite jams nonstop. We will also feature interviews and new music from some of the biggest stars in Southern Soul today and we're cooking up more surprises soon.

We'll tell you more about it soon, for now, get ready to JAM with us and have your cups ready because we're about to pour some brown liquor into your cup on Sundays coming soon on The All New 107.3 Kiss-FM!

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