In yet another move that demonstrates the depth of Sirius XM’s content offerings, the satellite radio provider will be offering an exclusive new daily show featuring playlists (including live tracks) that feature the Grammy Award winning artist Peter Frampton himself. The show is honoring the 35th anniversary of In honor of “Frampton Comes Alive!” and… → Read More
Demonstrating yet another valuable aspect of subscribing to Sirius XM Satellite Radio, the company announced that they will be airing Death Cab for Cutie’s sold out show in Los Angeles live on the Spectrum channel (28). The concert, scheduled for June 7th, will be broadcast in its entirety. Sirius XM listeners will hear the band… → Read More
Sirius XM is taking music discovery and unique content to new levels with the anticipated launch of Yoshiki Radio, set to debut on may 27, 2011. Yoshiki, co-founder of the Japanese power metal band X Japan, will host a monthly one hour show on Sirius XM’s Boneyard channel 38 and will feature his favorite music,… → Read More
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It was a bit over a week ago when SiriusBuzz brought up the subject of the current lack of depth in the satellite radio company’s selection of Spanish language channels. With new FCC mandated announcement of diversity channels a few new Latin based channels were announced, but SiriusBuzz questioned whether that would be enough, and… → Read More
North America is a melting pot of many cultures, backgrounds, and beliefs. One of the wonderful attributes of satellite radio was that one company could service virtually any person with content dedicated to their heritage, religious beliefs, or political stance. While Sirius XM has had Latin based content for many years, the selection was far… → Read More
Satellite radio’s core group of subscribers are typically in an age bracket that would be quite familiar with Van Halen and all of the drama that surrounded the band over the years. I have been a proponent of Sirius XM reaching out to younger demographics, but Van Halen is somewhat timeless, and the entertainment value… → Read More
Terrestrial radio, Internet radio, and everyone else tfor that matter will have to wait two more days to hear Michael Posners debut album 31 Minutes To Takeoff. Satellite Radio subscribers are getting a special pre-launch treat when Posner gives Sirius XM listeners an exclusive listen! That’s right, Sirius XM will have a special treat for… → Read More
It was brought up on the air this Friday that Sirius XM’s Morning Mash Up was poised to surpass 60,000 fans on Facebook. The morning team of Nicole (ladies first), Ryan, Stanley, and Rich have built quite a following over the past couple of years, and their popularity continues to grow as Sirius XM moves… → Read More
Grateful Dead fans love Sirius XM because of the unique Grateful Dead channel. The channel features music, interviews and more, and has been a staple on Sirius for quite some time. This week Sirius XM will carry special programming for their annual celebration honoring legendary Grateful Dead front man Jerry Garcia. Fans will hear archival… → Read More
Sirius XM has announced the launch of a new weekly show to be hosted by Mike Posner. Posner has had an interesting rise to the top, and like many things today, it seemed to be fast paced. Posner having a show on Sirius XM is a natural fit, and is yet another example of the… → Read More