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    Roxanne Shante's real name is Lolita Gooden. And speaking of names, isn't Have A Nice Day a ridiculous name for a hip-hop music program? Yes. Yes, it is.

    Hip-hop pioneer Roxanne Shante to launch new show on LL Cool J's Rock The Bells Radio

    Hip-hop pioneer Roxanne Shante will host a new two-hour daily show exclusively on LL Cool J's Rock The Bells Radio on SiriusXM. Have A Nice Day with Roxanne Shante featuring DJ Sylk will introduce listeners to hip-hop history while providing an entertaining take on today's biggest popular culture headlines, covering classic moments and current events in hip-hop and more.

    Have A Nice Day with Roxanne premieres at 4 PM ET Monday, October on Rock The Bells Radio. SiriusXM subscribers can listen to Rock The Bells Radio (channel 43) on SiriusXM radios and those with streaming access can listen online or with the SiriusXM mobile app and at home on a wide variety of connected devices including smart TVs, Amazon Alexa devices, Apple TV, PlayStation, Roku, Sonos speakers and more.

    http://www.prnewswire.com/news-relea...300724513.html

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    Tom Petty died October 2, 2017. Can't SiriusXM find a better name for his program than the now-morbid Buried Treasure?

    Three 'new' episodes of Tom Petty's Buried Treasure show to premiere on SiriusXM
    Los Angeles Times, Oct 18 2018 5:00 AMs

    Long before Tom Petty became one of rock’s biggest stars, he was one of the music’s biggest fans, a characteristic that came to the fore in recent years on his weekly satellite radio show Tom Petty’s Buried Treasure on SiriusXM Channnel 31. Fans of the program will get a belated gift from the musician in the form of three "new" episodes, which Petty recorded before he died last year at age 66. In the episodes, Petty discusses the differences between the US and UK versions of early Beatles albums, his love of Chuck Berry and his thoughts on the Monkees and lead singer Micky Dolenz, among other wide-ranging topics.

    The episodes were recorded in November 2016, ahead of a 40th anniversary tour, and rediscovered in December by Petty’s longtime recording engineer Ryan Ulyate. The first episode is scheduled to premiere at 2 PM Pacific time Saturday, October 20 on Tom Petty Radio, SiriusXM Channel 31. The second and third will premiere in the same time slot on November 19 and December 17. The shows will be repeated throughout each month.

    http://www.latimes.com/entertainment...018-story.html

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