The season for giving is upon us and SiriusXM is giving you special music programming perfect for your day off this Thanksgiving!
Get ready for a dose of classic alternative and punk music with Billy Idol’s Live Transmission.
Richard Blade is a host on 1st Wave (Ch. 33) and an iconic radio personality from the ’80s. Hear him Weekdays 3 pm – 9 pm ET; Saturdays 11 am – 5 pm ET; and Sundays 4 pm – 10 pm ET. What … Continued
From 1986 until 2000 (with other iterations in more recent years), MTV’s 120 Minutes exposed viewers across the country to new, groundbreaking music that otherwise wouldn’t have been found on the airwaves. It is at least partially to thank for … Continued
Duran Duran burst onto the scene at the dawn of the ‘80s with a special sound that channeled glam, art-pop and dance. Three decades later and now a household name, they have sold more than 100 million records and continue … Continued
There is no doubt that model fascination goes way beyond the runway, whether you’re following these attractive people on Instagram, observing them in the VIP section of the hottest club du jour or watching them in your favorite music videos. … Continued
It has been 30 years since the release of John Hughes’ iconic coming-of-age film Pretty in Pink. It has become a classic tale in part because of its heavy nostalgia and quotable lines, but also for its honesty in portraying … Continued
Love is like a glove … or a dove … or a, oh hell, we should just let the pros do this for us. ‘Cause we love to love you baby, we just don’t know how to express it as … Continued
This year we celebrate the 40th anniversary of the Ramones’ self-titled debut album—recorded over a week in early February 1976 and released a little more than two months later, on April 23. It didn’t set the charts on fire, peaking at … Continued
New Year’s Eve is less than two weeks away, but there’s no need to stress because we’ve got your DJing duties covered! Ring in the new year with performances by Morrissey, Dead & Company, Jimmy Buffett, Willie Nelson, Gregg Allman, … Continued