San Francisco, California, USA

Strong melodies infused with intelligent yet impassioned lyrics create a vehicle for this dynamic group to take you on a musical journey that's fresh and exhilarating yet comfortably familiar. The set is full of soulful songs you know and love and new original songs that leave you wanting more...


Darryl Anders~AgapéSoul, is a modern soul band based in the San Francisco Bay Area. The team--comprised of mastermind Darryl Anders, Indra Jones, Aaron Green, Vince Lars, Mike Blankenship, and Cam Perridge--is all about love and soul.

Bassist, singer, songwriter and producer Darryl Anders’ credits include gigs with Tower of Power, Narada Michael Walden, Zigaboo Modeliste, Booker T. Jones, Joyce Cooling, and two-time Grammy-nominee Ledisi, but millions of videogame-crazy kids have heard his bass, production, and vocal skills on Karaoke Revolution, Guitar Hero, and Rock Band.

The moment you put on the gospel-tinged “Don’t Say U Love Me,” featuring guest vocalist Zoe Ellis, you’ll be transported back to a time when musicians played real instruments, songs had enduring melodies, and lyrics actually said something. Anders’ husky baritone and Lars’ soulful sax work make “Time Cannot Erase” take its place high up on the list of modern baby-making music. Jones’ sultry vocals on the funky yet laid-back “Tell Me Where It Hurts” is just what the doctor ordered. The Latin flavored “Voice of Reason” reminds us that love is indeed everlasting. If you like real music, you'll love AgapéSoul.

Besides being highly skilled purveyors of soulful originals, the band represents a movement, a new voice of music from the old school. Their goal is to bring something positive to listeners. “It is not about us, as people or as musicians. It’s about the songs,” says Anders. “I’ve been blessed with an opportunity to share my music with the world, and I hope AgapéSoul will inspire and encourage everyone who hears us.”


Darryl Anders~AgapéSoul Limited Edition EP is now available on iTunes, CD Baby, and Amazon. Since the release it has been getting airplay on streaming radio stations worldwide. Hear what people are saying about the first single.....
"Tell Me Where It Hurts" is just stunning Darryl....what a magnificent piece of music. The whole EP is sublime" Paul Goldsmith / Select Soul

"Tell Me Where It Hurts" is utterly mind blowing, what a tune! Great work on the whole EP folks, big respect to you.
Roger Williams / Soul City Radio

"Tell Me Where It Hurts" Simply breath-taking.. one of the best tunes of 2010 without a doubt .. 3 seconds in on first listen and I just knew it was going to be special. It's a wonderful EP
Lin Taylor / Modern Soul

AgapeSoul's "Tell Me Where It Hurts" on the Soulsorts top 25 best songs of 2010

AgapèSoul on the Best of 2010 playlist @ SelectSoul

Set List

our set list consist of classic R&B covers and soulful originals with a hint of jazz. The show can go from instrumental jazz to high energy funk and R&B featuring the dynamic vocals of Indra Jones depending on the venue and the audience.
Set list
before I let go Frankie Beverly and Maze
just fine / Mary J
if I ever lose this heaven / Quincy Jones
killing me softly / Fugees
ain't nobody / Chaka Khan
golden / Jill Scott
Alright / Ledisi
never miss the water ? Me'Shell Ndegeocello
time can't erase
tell me where it hurts
heaven can hear us
voice of reason
don't say you love me
could you ever be
write one
new jam
say you will
think about it