“Starve the Ego. Feed your Soul.”

SSR Record

Soul Stew Records is not your typical record label. We work with the philosophy of “Starve the Ego, Feed your Soul.” Creativity is paramount and the music is always first on the agenda. We deliver jazz, blues, indie, roots, soul, gospel, Americana, alternative and any other genre that is real and moves us.


Rob Gillette –
“What I Know Now”:
#19 on radioinfo.com’s Top 20 Pop Songs
#75 on USA Today’s Top 100 for Top 40 singles
“Don’t Push Me”:
#74 on USA Today’s Top 100 for Top 40 singles

Billy Thompson – “Friend”:
#1 on Blues411 Charts
Top 35 on Roots Music Report
Blues411 nominee for Contemporary Album of the Year
WAMMIE nominee for Blues/Traditional R&B Recording of the Year

Little Bit A Blues – “Live at B.B. King’s Bluesville”:
Blues411 “JIMI AWARD” for Best Live Recording of the Year
#1 on Blues411 Charts
WAMMIE nominee for Blues/Traditional R&B Recording of the Year

Norman Taylor – “Blue Soul”:
Blues Blast Magazine nominee for Acoustic Album of the Year
“Chef Suggestion Chart” on Blues411

Bob Eike – “happy little songs about futility and despair”:
Top Ten on Blues411 Charts

We are proud of our ever-growing Soul Stew Records family, hailing from Chicago, Philadelphia, Boston, DC, MD, VA and WV, and includes the such artists as:

Abigail Palmer & Eric Selby
Billy Thompson
The Billy Thompson Band
Bob Eike

Les Hatley
Little Bit A Blues: Warner Williams, Jay Summerour & Eric Selby
Mary Hott

Norman Taylor

Rob Gillette

In addition to our amazing family, artists who have graced Soul Stew Records recordings include:

Bill Payne (Little Feat, J.J. Cale)
Ron Holloway (Warren Haynes, Dizzy Gillespie, The Allman Brothers, Sonny Rollins, Tedeschi/Trucks)
James “Hutch” Hutchinson (Bonnie Raitt, Neville Brothers)
Kenny Gradney (Little Feat, Delaney & Bonnie)
Mike Finnigan (Jimi Hendrix, Joe Cocker, Bonnie Raitt)

Feed your Soul.