Alternative, Music, Pop, Rock

SiriusXMU at The FADER Fort in Austin: Photos, interviews + more!

Stationed at The FADER Fort in Austin, SiriusXMU‘s Jenny Eliscu and Julia Cunningham spent all day interviewing a slew of up-and-coming talent. Take a look at all the action below, and tune in from 2 pm to 8 pm ET through … Continued

Alternative, Music, Pop, Rock

SiriusXMU at The FADER Fort in Austin: Photos, interviews + more!

Stationed at The FADER Fort in Austin, SiriusXMU‘s Jenny Eliscu and Julia Cunningham spent all day interviewing a slew of up-and-coming talent. Take a look at all the action below, and tune in from 2 pm to 8 pm ET through … Continued

Alternative, Music, Rock

Tim Brennan of the Dropkick Murphys takes over E Street Radio for St. Paddy’s Day

Celtic punk rocker Tim Brennan of the Dropkick Murphys is taking over E Street Radio (Ch. 20) to play his favorite Springsteen songs (one of his major influences) just in time for St. Paddy’s Day weekend and the band’s annual … Continued

Alternative, Music, Rock

Tim Brennan of the Dropkick Murphys takes over E Street Radio for St. Paddy’s Day

Celtic punk rocker Tim Brennan of the Dropkick Murphys is taking over E Street Radio (Ch. 20) to play his favorite Springsteen songs (one of his major influences) just in time for St. Paddy’s Day weekend and the band’s annual … Continued

Music, Rock

Music-versary: KISS released ‘Destroyer’ on March 15, 1976

KISS, as most people know, have a hard time getting respect. Maybe its the make-up. Maybe its their crass commercialism. Maybe its the fact that musically they’ve always been fairly simplistic. But for every critic who has dismissed the band, … Continued

Music, Rock

Music-versary: KISS released ‘Destroyer’ on March 15, 1976

KISS, as most people know, have a hard time getting respect. Maybe its the make-up. Maybe its their crass commercialism. Maybe its the fact that musically they’ve always been fairly simplistic. But for every critic who has dismissed the band, … Continued

Music, Pop, Rock

Fear not! The Billy Joel Channel will return in 2016!

The Billy Joel Channel is “movin’ out” for now, but we’ve heard you loud and clear, and HE WILL BE BACK! After a fan-favorite, limited-edition run, The Billy Joel Channel, including shows hosted by The Piano Man himself with the stories … Continued

Music, Pop, Rock

Fear not! The Billy Joel Channel will return in 2016!

The Billy Joel Channel is “movin’ out” for now, but we’ve heard you loud and clear, and HE WILL BE BACK! After a fan-favorite, limited-edition run, The Billy Joel Channel, including shows hosted by The Piano Man himself with the stories … Continued

Music, Premiere, Rock

World Premiere: Deftones debut new song ‘Doomed User’ on Octane

Less than a month away from the release of their upcoming album Gore, Deftones have partnered with Octane (Ch. 37) for the world premiere of their newest song Doomed User, and you can hear it right here exclusively for the next 24 hours … Continued

Music, Premiere, Rock

World Premiere: Deftones debut new song ‘Doomed User’ on Octane

Less than a month away from the release of their upcoming album Gore, Deftones have partnered with Octane (Ch. 37) for the world premiere of their newest song Doomed User, and you can hear it right here exclusively for the next 24 hours … Continued

Music, Rock

Hear the newest songs in hard rock on ‘Octane’s Test Drive’

You asked for some new music on Octane (Ch. 37), and you got it! Octane is introducing a super-short weekly new music show called Octane’s Test Drive, where you’ll be able to discover the newest songs in hard rock. Join … Continued

Music, Rock

Hear the newest songs in hard rock on ‘Octane’s Test Drive’

You asked for some new music on Octane (Ch. 37), and you got it! Octane is introducing a super-short weekly new music show called Octane’s Test Drive, where you’ll be able to discover the newest songs in hard rock. Join … Continued

Alternative, Music, Pop, Rock

St. Patrick’s Day: Celebrate your Irish heritage (real or imagined) with SiriusXM

St. Patrick’s Day is just around the corner (or should we say just over the rainbow?), and SiriusXM is your metaphorical pot of (music) gold. In preparation for Thursday, March 17, we’ve got our Kiss Me I’m Irish T-shirts (and … Continued

Alternative, Music, Pop, Rock

St. Patrick’s Day: Celebrate your Irish heritage (real or imagined) with SiriusXM

St. Patrick’s Day is just around the corner (or should we say just over the rainbow?), and SiriusXM is your metaphorical pot of (music) gold. In preparation for Thursday, March 17, we’ve got our Kiss Me I’m Irish T-shirts (and … Continued

Music, Pop, Rock

RIP George Martin: The Fifth Beatle’s legacy, by ‘Beatles Come to America’ author Martin Goldsmith

Martin Goldsmith, author of The Beatles Come To America, hosts daily shows on Symphony Hall (Ch. 76). In 1962, when he signed The Beatles to a record contract with Parlophone (a division of EMI), George Martin was 36 years old, … Continued

Music, Pop, Rock

RIP George Martin: The Fifth Beatle’s legacy, by ‘Beatles Come to America’ author Martin Goldsmith

Martin Goldsmith, author of The Beatles Come To America, hosts daily shows on Symphony Hall (Ch. 76). In 1962, when he signed The Beatles to a record contract with Parlophone (a division of EMI), George Martin was 36 years old, … Continued

Music, Rock

Hear Bruce Springsteen & The E Street Band’s 2012 Apollo concert on E Street Radio

On March 9, 2012, Bruce Springsteen & The E Street Band performed live from Harlem’s world famous Apollo Theater in front of an exclusive group of subscribers and celebrity guests. Now, on the show’s four-year anniversary, E Street Radio (Ch. … Continued

Music, Rock

Hear Bruce Springsteen & The E Street Band’s 2012 Apollo concert on E Street Radio

On March 9, 2012, Bruce Springsteen & The E Street Band performed live from Harlem’s world famous Apollo Theater in front of an exclusive group of subscribers and celebrity guests. Now, on the show’s four-year anniversary, E Street Radio (Ch. … Continued

Music, Rock

Music-versary: Metallica’s Master of Puppets album turns 30

Master of Puppets was released by Elektra Records on March 3, 1986. Metallica’s third album, it was the Northern California metal architects’ major label debut and would later become a certified international smash, peaking at No. 29 on the Billboard … Continued

Music, Rock

Music-versary: Metallica’s Master of Puppets album turns 30

Master of Puppets was released by Elektra Records on March 3, 1986. Metallica’s third album, it was the Northern California metal architects’ major label debut and would later become a certified international smash, peaking at No. 29 on the Billboard … Continued

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