It’s another hard rockin’ week on SiriusXM’s Liquid Metal Devil’s Dozen countdown! Carcass is fighting tooth and nail to stay near the top, but Death Angel is keeping their boot in Carcass’ face with their hit The Dream Calls for Blood. … Continued
Alt Nation is one of SiriusXM’s top spots for music discovery, and this week proves to be another opportunity to find out about new bands and find more reasons to love the ones you already know. MS MR’s Hurricane is … Continued
Chvrches enjoyed the view from the top on SiriusXM U’s Download 15, but their time is past now that Haim’s catchy hit, The Wire, has cruised all the way to the top, with Sleigh Bells and Danny Brown right behind them. … Continued
This week on The Pulse channel’s 2000s & Today Countdown, Maroon 5 and The Goo Goo Dolls pop up on both lists, but today we’ve also got newer acts including OneRepublic, Passenger and Paramour making the cut! Week of October 19 2004 … Continued
It’s time for your ’70s on 7 American Top 40 Countdown! Let’s get into our time machines and go way back to October 9, 1971 when Cher and the Rolling Stones topped the charts, followed by The Allman Brothers and … Continued
Avicii and Aloe Blacc hold the #1 spot for a second week in a row!
Every week SiriusXM‘s The Highway gives listeners a real taste of the country music scene with its Hot 30 Countdown! This week, Jason Aldean jumps forward a few spots with his single Night Train, but it’s not enough to overtake Luke Bryan, … Continued
We’re taking it back to the very end of the ’90s, when it was all about collabos (collaborations in industry speak, natch). In 1999, Mariah Carey was topping the charts with Jay-Z, N’ Sync was belting their hearts out with … Continued
“The Gambler” Kenny Rogers stopped by our studios for an intimate performance and interview, all in front of a select group of SiriusXM subscribers on Prime Country. This week, catch the newest installment of SiriuisXM’s Artist Confidential series whenever you want, … Continued
After five weeks in the top spot, Avicii and Aloe Blacc move up knocking Katy Perry down. Where did your songs end up?