Have a great party using this one weird trick: Turn your dial to New Year’s Nation or one of four party channels making the jump to your satellite radio for a limited time. Also: It’s a closely guarded industry secret … Continued
Celebrate the old and ring in the new with concert broadcasts from across American and airing across your many of your favorite SiriusXM channels. You’ll hear performances genres and time zones, so don’t drop the ball on these outstanding, exclusive … Continued
‘Tis the season to rock out to Deck the Halls, Jingle Bells or whatever else gets you in the holiday spirit. We’re asking celebs who come into the studio for some of their favorite tunes of the season. Here are … Continued
This week on The Pulse channel’s 2000s & Today Countdown has Imagine Dragons staying strong for yet another week at number one. While back in 2000, Creed were the kings of the game. Week of December 14: 2000 15. Sting “Desert Rose” … Continued
We here at SiriusXM pride ourselves on human curation. That means our music experts find the best of the best for you to listen to. And if there’s one expert who knows Christmas music, it’s Santa. Well, it took some … Continued
Imagine Dragons knock Olly Murs out of the top spot and Pitbull and Ke$ha move up to #2. Plus, Justin Timberlake and Midnight Red make their debuts on the countdown!
It’s time for your ’70s on 7 American Top 40 Countdown! Let’s get into our time machines and go way back to December 13, 1975…Silver Connection is soaring at the top of the charts with Fly, Robin, Fly, The Staple … Continued
Whether you like it or not, you’re being inundated with Christmas music this time of year. But even those on the not side of the scale have a few Christmas songs they can get behind. We’re asking celebs who come … Continued
Olly Murs’ “Dance With Me Tonight” makes the top spot for the first time, knocking Katy Perry down to #3. Find out where your songs landed on The Weekend Countdown with Spyder Harrison.
This week the ’80s on 8 Big 40 Countdown brings us back to December 6, 1987. Microsoft releases Windows 2.0, Prozac debuts in the US and a squirrel closes down the Nasdaq Stock Exchange when it burrows into a telephone line. What … Continued