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October 21, 2013

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Brace yourself for the work week with your daily dose of NFL news and opinion, all-new premieres in the Latino music world and a little trip down memory lane. Happy Monday, folks.

The Morning Kickoff
6 am ET on SiriusXM NFL Radio
Grab a cup of Joe and get caught up on the world of NFL. Ross Tucker has got you covered on all the weekend’s games. And hey, if you got an opinion or want to share your own play-by-play, why not call in to rant about it?

El Show de Piolín
Weekdays 9 am – 12 pm ET on Piolín Radio
Missed our premiere of El Show de Piolín last Friday? No sweat. We’re rebroadcasting from 5 am – 8 am ET with a star studded lineup of Latino celebs – because who doesn’t want to start their week with an exclusive Enrique Iglesias interview, honestly? Don’t forget to tune in for an all-new (all-Spanish!) show starting 9 am ET.

Grateful Dead Concert: San Francisco, CA
12 pm ET on the Grateful Dead Channel
Calling all Grateful Dead fans! Take a mid-day break and rock out to a legendary concert, from the ’70s (November 23, 1972 to be exact) in front of a hometown crowd. It’ll make the work day go by waaaay faster. Trust us.

Oprah’s Next Chapter: Arsenio Hall
12 pm ET on Oprah Radio
Okay, so let’s say you’d rather mix it up and listen to a little in-depth celeb interviews while you munch on lunch. Tune in as legendary late-night talk show host Arsenio Hall visits Oprah. He discusses his return to late-night after 20 years, how his upbringing shaped his comedy and he even dishes about being a single dad.

World Premiere of Marco Antonio Solís’ New Album
Once per hour on Aguila
Want some new tunes? You’re in luck! We’ve got the world premiere of “Gracias Por Estar Aqui,” the brand new album of legendary Mexican singer, composer AND musician Marco Antonio Solis. Just to give you an idea of how major he is, just look at his track record: he’s got a 35-year-long career with over 20 million albums sold, he’s the winner of 3 Latin Grammys, has his own star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, and is basically like one of THE biggest Latino artists, ever. If you didn’t get a chance to tune in to the Latidos channel this weekend for a first listen, be sure to jump on over the Aguila channel today.  We’ll be airing a new song every hour.

Magpie 40 years Celebration
6 pm ET on The Village
Speaking of long track records, we’re celebrating 40 years of Magpie on The Village Folk Show. Listen in as the duo Terry Leonino and Greg Artzner play tracks of their new CD “Of Changes and Dream.” As if that wasn’t enough, they’ll be spilling what inspires them and all about their beginnings.