Alternative, Classic Rock, Current Hip Hop, Current Hits, Current R&B, Dance/Electronic, EDM, Hip-Hop/R&B, Music, Pop, Rock

SiriusXM returns to Coachella Valley Music & Arts Festival

This year, the coverage expands to multiple channels, bringing you a variety of acts across two weekends.

Alternative, Classic Rock, Current Hip Hop, Current Hits, Current R&B, Dance/Electronic, EDM, Hip-Hop/R&B, Music, Pop, Rock

SiriusXM returns to Coachella Valley Music & Arts Festival

This year, the coverage expands to multiple channels, bringing you a variety of acts across two weekends.

Holiday, Music

Look no further for your rockin’ St. Patrick’s Day soundtrack

Starting Friday 3/16 at 4pm ET, you can join Flogging Molly’s Dave King as he hosts this year’s Guinness-chugging, foot-stomping Irish jubilee, going until the last pint is poured on Sunday morn’.

Holiday, Music

Look no further for your rockin’ St. Patrick’s Day soundtrack

Starting Friday 3/16 at 4pm ET, you can join Flogging Molly’s Dave King as he hosts this year’s Guinness-chugging, foot-stomping Irish jubilee, going until the last pint is poured on Sunday morn’.

Music

SiriusXM Presents Nathaniel Rateliff & The Night Sweats at the Apollo

For official rules and to enter, go to SIRIUSXM.COM/NIGHTSWEATS before February 26. No additional purchase necessary to enter or win.

Music

SiriusXM Presents Nathaniel Rateliff & The Night Sweats at the Apollo

For official rules and to enter, go to SIRIUSXM.COM/NIGHTSWEATS before February 26. No additional purchase necessary to enter or win.

Lifestyle, Music, NASCAR, News and Issues, PGA, Sports

Get hooked on 13 new music, comedy, sports and talk shows

Find out what’s new on your favorite SiriusXM channels!

Lifestyle, Music, NASCAR, News and Issues, PGA, Sports

Get hooked on 13 new music, comedy, sports and talk shows

Find out what’s new on your favorite SiriusXM channels!

Music, Rock

Dan Auerbach to host new monthly show, exclusively on The Spectrum

The Easy Hour debuts Sunday, January 21, at 8 pm ET on channel 28!

Music, Rock

Dan Auerbach to host new monthly show, exclusively on The Spectrum

The Easy Hour debuts Sunday, January 21, at 8 pm ET on channel 28!

Music

2018 BottleRock Festival announced, featuring Bruno Mars, The Killers, Muse + more!

Festival passes go on sale Tuesday, January 9 at 1 pm ET at BottleRockNapaValley.com.

Music

2018 BottleRock Festival announced, featuring Bruno Mars, The Killers, Muse + more!

Festival passes go on sale Tuesday, January 9 at 1 pm ET at BottleRockNapaValley.com.

Entertainment, Music, News and Issues, Sports

Watch a Sir-Mix-A-Lot dance party, video game showdown & even stranger things!

Say goodbye to the year that was, and join us as we look back at seven of this year’s coolest SiriusXM moments.

Entertainment, Music, News and Issues, Sports

Watch a Sir-Mix-A-Lot dance party, video game showdown & even stranger things!

Say goodbye to the year that was, and join us as we look back at seven of this year’s coolest SiriusXM moments.

Alt/Indie, Alternative, Classic Alt/Punk Rock, Jam Bands, Music, Rock

Find out how you can hear performances from Red Hot Chili Peppers, The Revivalists and more!

Jam ON (Ch. 29) becomes ACL RADIO for the weekend-long music extravaganza beginning Friday at 4 pm ET.

Alt/Indie, Alternative, Classic Alt/Punk Rock, Jam Bands, Music, Rock

Find out how you can hear performances from Red Hot Chili Peppers, The Revivalists and more!

Jam ON (Ch. 29) becomes ACL RADIO for the weekend-long music extravaganza beginning Friday at 4 pm ET.

Classic Rock, Music

Eagles to perform first-ever concert at Grand Ole Opry House, exclusively for SiriusXM

Hear a live, three-song “sneak peek” of the exclusive show that night at 11pm ET/8 pm PT on SiriusXM’s The Bridge, Classic Vinyl and The Spectrum.

Classic Rock, Music

Eagles to perform first-ever concert at Grand Ole Opry House, exclusively for SiriusXM

Hear a live, three-song “sneak peek” of the exclusive show that night at 11pm ET/8 pm PT on SiriusXM’s The Bridge, Classic Vinyl and The Spectrum.

Celebrity Hosts, Classic Rock, Music, Rock, Singer/Songwriter, The Beatles

WATCH: Theodora Richards & Sean Lennon share stories of childhood

Theodora Richards, artist and model, hosts a new monthly music show, Off the Cuff, on SiriusXM’s The Spectrum (Ch. 23).

Celebrity Hosts, Classic Rock, Music, Rock, Singer/Songwriter, The Beatles

WATCH: Theodora Richards & Sean Lennon share stories of childhood

Theodora Richards, artist and model, hosts a new monthly music show, Off the Cuff, on SiriusXM’s The Spectrum (Ch. 23).

Alternative, Classic Alt/Punk Rock, Current Hip Hop, Current Hits, Dance/Electronic, Music

Lollapalooza 2017: Hear sets and interviews from The Killers, Muse, Arcade Fire, Lorde + more!

Weekend-long coverage will air on The Spectrum (Ch. 28), SiriusXMU (Ch. 35), Alt Nation (Ch. 36), and Electric Area (Ch. 52). 

Alternative, Classic Alt/Punk Rock, Current Hip Hop, Current Hits, Dance/Electronic, Music

Lollapalooza 2017: Hear sets and interviews from The Killers, Muse, Arcade Fire, Lorde + more!

Weekend-long coverage will air on The Spectrum (Ch. 28), SiriusXMU (Ch. 35), Alt Nation (Ch. 36), and Electric Area (Ch. 52). 

Music

Game of Thrones: Which SiriusXM channel is the musical match for your favorite Westerosi House?

We’re making our way from the North to the South of Westeros with a playlist for each of our favorite Westerosi Houses, created by the channel that matches them musically.

Music

Game of Thrones: Which SiriusXM channel is the musical match for your favorite Westerosi House?

We’re making our way from the North to the South of Westeros with a playlist for each of our favorite Westerosi Houses, created by the channel that matches them musically.

2017 BottleRock Festival uncorked Tom Petty, Foo Fighters and many more artists in Napa Valley

Uncork Memorial Day weekend with live sets and backstage interviews on Alt Nation (Ch. 36), plus additional performances on Jam_ON (Ch. 29) and The Spectrum (Ch. 28).

2017 BottleRock Festival uncorked Tom Petty, Foo Fighters and many more artists in Napa Valley

Uncork Memorial Day weekend with live sets and backstage interviews on Alt Nation (Ch. 36), plus additional performances on Jam_ON (Ch. 29) and The Spectrum (Ch. 28).

Music, Rock

Hear Dan Auerbach LIVE from Brooklyn on The Spectrum!

Hear Dan Auerbach live from Brooklyn, NY on The Spectrum: Friday, May 12th at 9 pm ET and Saturday, May 13th at 12 am ET!

Music, Rock

Hear Dan Auerbach LIVE from Brooklyn on The Spectrum!

Hear Dan Auerbach live from Brooklyn, NY on The Spectrum: Friday, May 12th at 9 pm ET and Saturday, May 13th at 12 am ET!

Music, Rock

The Big Little Lies Playlist: Hear music from the hit HBO show On Demand!

Soundtrack your investigation of the Monterey murder with our Big Little Lies playlist, courtesy of The Spectrum, which plays many of the acts featured in the series.

Music, Rock

The Big Little Lies Playlist: Hear music from the hit HBO show On Demand!

Soundtrack your investigation of the Monterey murder with our Big Little Lies playlist, courtesy of The Spectrum, which plays many of the acts featured in the series.

Music, Rock

St. Patrick’s Day Radio: Hear pint-hoisting, shamrock-shaking Irish music on SiriusXM!

St. Patrick’s Day Radio airs 3/17 at 6 am ET through 3/19 at 6 am ET on The Spectrum (Ch. 28)

Music, Rock

St. Patrick’s Day Radio: Hear pint-hoisting, shamrock-shaking Irish music on SiriusXM!

St. Patrick’s Day Radio airs 3/17 at 6 am ET through 3/19 at 6 am ET on The Spectrum (Ch. 28)

Music, Rock

Rag’n’Bone Man performs new song, ‘Grace,’ in-studio on The Spectrum

To celebrate the release of his new song Grace, The Spectrum is airing an exclusive in-studio session with this up-and-comer.

Music, Rock

Rag’n’Bone Man performs new song, ‘Grace,’ in-studio on The Spectrum

To celebrate the release of his new song Grace, The Spectrum is airing an exclusive in-studio session with this up-and-comer.

Music

Wayne Coyne of the Flaming Lips once tried to touch A$AP Rocky’s grills

The Writer’s Block airs Thursday 1/26 at 8 pm ET and rebroadcasts Saturday 1/28 at 4 pm ET on The Spectrum (Ch. 28).

Music

Wayne Coyne of the Flaming Lips once tried to touch A$AP Rocky’s grills

The Writer’s Block airs Thursday 1/26 at 8 pm ET and rebroadcasts Saturday 1/28 at 4 pm ET on The Spectrum (Ch. 28).

Music, Pop, Rock

David Bowie remembered by fellow musicians and collaborators

Elton John, Keith Urban, Donny McCaslin and Nile Rodgers reflect on David Bowie’s life and influence.

Music, Pop, Rock

David Bowie remembered by fellow musicians and collaborators

Elton John, Keith Urban, Donny McCaslin and Nile Rodgers reflect on David Bowie’s life and influence.

Alternative, Country, Music, Pop, Rock

8 of the Best Exclusive SiriusXM Performances of 2016

Take a look back on some of the best SiriusXM concerts from 2016!

Alternative, Country, Music, Pop, Rock

8 of the Best Exclusive SiriusXM Performances of 2016

Take a look back on some of the best SiriusXM concerts from 2016!

Music

Best of 2016 Countdowns: SiriusXM channels share their favorite tracks of the year

Tune in to find out which songs made a mark on 2016 as our channels share their top songs of the year!

Music

Best of 2016 Countdowns: SiriusXM channels share their favorite tracks of the year

Tune in to find out which songs made a mark on 2016 as our channels share their top songs of the year!

Music

Ring in the New Year with SiriusXM: Live concerts, DJ sets and more!

Hear special live performances from Maroon 5, KC & the Sunshine Band, Willie Nelson and more; encores of exclusive concerts from Green Day, Coldplay, Jon Bon Jovi, Kenny Chesney, Korn, Kings of Leon and Garth Brooks; DJ sets from Kygo and much more!

Music

Ring in the New Year with SiriusXM: Live concerts, DJ sets and more!

Hear special live performances from Maroon 5, KC & the Sunshine Band, Willie Nelson and more; encores of exclusive concerts from Green Day, Coldplay, Jon Bon Jovi, Kenny Chesney, Korn, Kings of Leon and Garth Brooks; DJ sets from Kygo and much more!

Music

Music Discovery: SiriusXM’s Class of 2016 + 2017 Future Five artists to watch

This year, we discovered quite a few of these up-and-comers. See who made our Class of 2016 and Future Five lists!

Music

Music Discovery: SiriusXM’s Class of 2016 + 2017 Future Five artists to watch

This year, we discovered quite a few of these up-and-comers. See who made our Class of 2016 and Future Five lists!

Music, Rock

12 Days of Frickemas: Eclectic holiday songs from David Fricke on The Spectrum

Spectrum host David Fricke is taking on the 12 Days of Christmas, playing one holiday song a day across a variety of genres.

Music, Rock

12 Days of Frickemas: Eclectic holiday songs from David Fricke on The Spectrum

Spectrum host David Fricke is taking on the 12 Days of Christmas, playing one holiday song a day across a variety of genres.

Music, Rock

Sting on writing a song inspired by the loss of David Bowie + other artists who passed away

Sting stopped by the SiriusXM studios for a special Artist Confidential to discuss his new album and much more.

Music, Rock

Sting on writing a song inspired by the loss of David Bowie + other artists who passed away

Sting stopped by the SiriusXM studios for a special Artist Confidential to discuss his new album and much more.

Entertainment

Route 91 Harvest Country Music Fest: Hear interviews, performances + more from Vegas on The Highway

Airing Friday, September 30 at 6 p.m. ET through Sunday, October 2 on The Highway SiriusXM’s The Highway (Ch. 56) brings you to the Las Vegas Village with an exclusive broadcast of Route 91 Harvest Country Music Festival.For three days, … Continued

Entertainment

Route 91 Harvest Country Music Fest: Hear interviews, performances + more from Vegas on The Highway

Airing Friday, September 30 at 6 p.m. ET through Sunday, October 2 on The Highway SiriusXM’s The Highway (Ch. 56) brings you to the Las Vegas Village with an exclusive broadcast of Route 91 Harvest Country Music Festival.For three days, … Continued

Entertainment

Austin City Limits: Hear sets and interviews from Mumford & Sons, Local Natives, Foals + more

SiriusXM’s broadcast of Austin City Limits Festival, including performances and interviews from Mumford and Son, Cold War Kids, Foals, Two Door Cinema Club, Local Natives and more, will air across SiriusXM channels.

Entertainment

Austin City Limits: Hear sets and interviews from Mumford & Sons, Local Natives, Foals + more

SiriusXM’s broadcast of Austin City Limits Festival, including performances and interviews from Mumford and Son, Cold War Kids, Foals, Two Door Cinema Club, Local Natives and more, will air across SiriusXM channels.

Music, Rock

Hear Kaleo’s performance from NYC’s The Box on The Spectrum and Alt Nation!

SiriusXM’s Spectrum Certified artists, Iceland’s will be live at The Box NYC on 8/9 at 8 p.m. ET in an intimate gathering of SiriusXM subscribers.

Music, Rock

Hear Kaleo’s performance from NYC’s The Box on The Spectrum and Alt Nation!

SiriusXM’s Spectrum Certified artists, Iceland’s will be live at The Box NYC on 8/9 at 8 p.m. ET in an intimate gathering of SiriusXM subscribers.

Alternative, Dance/Electronic, Hip-Hop/R&B, Music, Pop, Rock

Lollapalooza 2016: Red Hot Chili Peppers, Perry Farrell, Two Door Cinema Club, Nothing but Thieves, Saint Motel and more!

The 25th edition of Lollapalooza is officially underway! We’re airing sets from Bastille, M83, Jane’s Addiction, Saint Motel, Silversun Pickups, Martin Garrix, The Arcs, Flume, The 1975, Big Grams, Bastille, Frightened Rabbit, Joy Formidable, Foals, Mutemath and more on The Spectrum (Ch. 28), … Continued

Alternative, Dance/Electronic, Hip-Hop/R&B, Music, Pop, Rock

Lollapalooza 2016: Red Hot Chili Peppers, Perry Farrell, Two Door Cinema Club, Nothing but Thieves, Saint Motel and more!

The 25th edition of Lollapalooza is officially underway! We’re airing sets from Bastille, M83, Jane’s Addiction, Saint Motel, Silversun Pickups, Martin Garrix, The Arcs, Flume, The 1975, Big Grams, Bastille, Frightened Rabbit, Joy Formidable, Foals, Mutemath and more on The Spectrum (Ch. 28), … Continued

Live Performances, Music, Rock

Chris Martin on intimate Coldplay show for SiriusXM: ‘There was a time when we couldn’t fill this building’

It’s been 20 years since Chris Martin and Jonny Buckland met at their University College London (UCL) orientation and formed what would eventually become the international sensation Coldplay. Seven studio albums, seven world tours, and seven Grammy Awards later and … Continued

Live Performances, Music, Rock

Chris Martin on intimate Coldplay show for SiriusXM: ‘There was a time when we couldn’t fill this building’

It’s been 20 years since Chris Martin and Jonny Buckland met at their University College London (UCL) orientation and formed what would eventually become the international sensation Coldplay. Seven studio albums, seven world tours, and seven Grammy Awards later and … Continued

Music, Pop, Rock

Quiz: How well do you remember the female musicians of the mid-’90s?

“You Oughta Know” at least a few of these!

Music, Pop, Rock

Quiz: How well do you remember the female musicians of the mid-’90s?

“You Oughta Know” at least a few of these!

Music, Rock

Music-versary: Radiohead released OK Computer in the United States on July 1, 1997

OK Computer, widely heralded as one of the greatest albums of the ‘90s and beyond, is the third studio effort from Radiohead. The album tackled the technophobia and trepidations of life in the 21st century and marked the band’s departure into more avant-garde musicianship that would define their later work.

Music, Rock

Music-versary: Radiohead released OK Computer in the United States on July 1, 1997

OK Computer, widely heralded as one of the greatest albums of the ‘90s and beyond, is the third studio effort from Radiohead. The album tackled the technophobia and trepidations of life in the 21st century and marked the band’s departure into more avant-garde musicianship that would define their later work.

Music, Pop, Rock

It’s Paul McCartney’s birthday! Test your fan knowledge with our Mega Macca quiz!

Think you know everything about Paul McCartney? To celebrate his 74th birthday (June 18, 1942), throw your favorite song by The Cute Beatle on the record player and settle in with this quiz to see just how much you know … Continued

Music, Pop, Rock

It’s Paul McCartney’s birthday! Test your fan knowledge with our Mega Macca quiz!

Think you know everything about Paul McCartney? To celebrate his 74th birthday (June 18, 1942), throw your favorite song by The Cute Beatle on the record player and settle in with this quiz to see just how much you know … Continued

Music

Red Hot Chili Peppers Radio launches on SiriusXM

It’s official. We can “give it away, give it away, give it away now” that Red Hot Chili Peppers Radio will launch on Wednesday, 6/15 at 3 pm ET in celebration of the band’s new studio album, The Getaway. Actor … Continued

Music

Red Hot Chili Peppers Radio launches on SiriusXM

It’s official. We can “give it away, give it away, give it away now” that Red Hot Chili Peppers Radio will launch on Wednesday, 6/15 at 3 pm ET in celebration of the band’s new studio album, The Getaway. Actor … Continued

Music

Music (Re)discovery: A millennial reviews Alanis Morissette’s Jagged ‘Little Pill’

How would a millennial react to hearing a classic album like it’s something brand new? We believe that music discovery isn’t just about up-and-comers—new music is any music that’s new to you—so we decided to find out. Today is the … Continued

Music

Music (Re)discovery: A millennial reviews Alanis Morissette’s Jagged ‘Little Pill’

How would a millennial react to hearing a classic album like it’s something brand new? We believe that music discovery isn’t just about up-and-comers—new music is any music that’s new to you—so we decided to find out. Today is the … Continued

Alternative, Country, Dance/Electronic, Hip-Hop/R&B, Music, Pop, Rock

Our must-see acts from Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival

Once again, SiriusXM is stationed down in Manchester, Tennessee for Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival. The four-day music extravaganza is teeming with talent across several different genres, and sorting through the sheer number of names on the lineup can be slightly overwhelming. … Continued

Alternative, Country, Dance/Electronic, Hip-Hop/R&B, Music, Pop, Rock

Our must-see acts from Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival

Once again, SiriusXM is stationed down in Manchester, Tennessee for Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival. The four-day music extravaganza is teeming with talent across several different genres, and sorting through the sheer number of names on the lineup can be slightly overwhelming. … Continued

Music, Rock

Music-versary: Simon & Garfunkel hit No. 1 with ‘Mrs. Robinson’ on the week ending June 1, 1968

Backstory: It’s hard to imagine the songs of anyone other than Simon & Garfunkel guiding the young, disillusioned protagonist the 1968 classic The Graduate as he returns to his parents’ opulent suburban kingdom, answers the obligatory stream of post-grad “What … Continued

Music, Rock

Music-versary: Simon & Garfunkel hit No. 1 with ‘Mrs. Robinson’ on the week ending June 1, 1968

Backstory: It’s hard to imagine the songs of anyone other than Simon & Garfunkel guiding the young, disillusioned protagonist the 1968 classic The Graduate as he returns to his parents’ opulent suburban kingdom, answers the obligatory stream of post-grad “What … Continued

Music, Rock

Music-versary: Bob Dylan released ‘The Freewheelin’ Bob Dylan’ on May 27, 1963

Release Date: May 27, 1963 Backstory: At the age of just 22, a baby-faced Bob Dylan (whose birth given name was, of course, Robert Zimmerman and whose –little known fact– first chosen stage name was Elston Gunnn) released his second … Continued

Music, Rock

Music-versary: Bob Dylan released ‘The Freewheelin’ Bob Dylan’ on May 27, 1963

Release Date: May 27, 1963 Backstory: At the age of just 22, a baby-faced Bob Dylan (whose birth given name was, of course, Robert Zimmerman and whose –little known fact– first chosen stage name was Elston Gunnn) released his second … Continued

Music, Rock

Music-versary: The Beach Boys released ‘Pet Sounds’ on May 16, 1966

Here’s why one of the first rock concept albums completely reinvented the very idea of what an album could and should be.

Music, Rock

Music-versary: The Beach Boys released ‘Pet Sounds’ on May 16, 1966

Here’s why one of the first rock concept albums completely reinvented the very idea of what an album could and should be.

Music, Rock

Music-versary: The Jimi Hendrix Experience released debut album Are You Experienced on May 12, 1967

Release date: May 12, 1967 Backstory: Anyone who says that Jimi Hendrix’s Are You Experienced is not one of the most stunning rock albums of the last half a century needs a reality check.  An album that evokes a range … Continued

Music, Rock

Music-versary: The Jimi Hendrix Experience released debut album Are You Experienced on May 12, 1967

Release date: May 12, 1967 Backstory: Anyone who says that Jimi Hendrix’s Are You Experienced is not one of the most stunning rock albums of the last half a century needs a reality check.  An album that evokes a range … Continued

Music, Pop

Music-versary: Adele was born on May 5, 1988

With a powerful, distinctive, and emotional voice so full of layers that one cannot help get goose bumps when listening to her sing, it is no wonder that Adele has achieved such tremendous success in such a short period of … Continued

Music, Pop

Music-versary: Adele was born on May 5, 1988

With a powerful, distinctive, and emotional voice so full of layers that one cannot help get goose bumps when listening to her sing, it is no wonder that Adele has achieved such tremendous success in such a short period of … Continued

Music, Rock

Nathaniel Rateliff and the Night Sweats play unprecedented Stax Museum show

On Monday, Nathaniel Rateliff and the Night Sweats had the honor of playing a live set (and we had the honor of listening) at The Stax Museum in Memphis for an intimate group of only 100 fans. “We are honored … Continued

Music, Rock

Nathaniel Rateliff and the Night Sweats play unprecedented Stax Museum show

On Monday, Nathaniel Rateliff and the Night Sweats had the honor of playing a live set (and we had the honor of listening) at The Stax Museum in Memphis for an intimate group of only 100 fans. “We are honored … Continued

Music, Pop, Rock

Music-versary: Paul McCartney announces his departure from the Beatles via press release on April 10, 1970

On April 10, 1970, London’s Daily Mirror declared that the Beatles were history. The tabloid was armed with a press release that included an explosive question-and-answer interview with Paul McCartney, who wouldn’t be speaking to the media but still wanted to … Continued

Music, Pop, Rock

Music-versary: Paul McCartney announces his departure from the Beatles via press release on April 10, 1970

On April 10, 1970, London’s Daily Mirror declared that the Beatles were history. The tabloid was armed with a press release that included an explosive question-and-answer interview with Paul McCartney, who wouldn’t be speaking to the media but still wanted to … Continued

Music, Rock

The Lumineers perform ‘Stubborn Love’ + ‘Ophelia’ during ‘Cleopatra’ release party at Webster Hall

In 2012, Denver-based folk rockers The Lumineers took the world by storm at the forefront of the mainstream folk revival with their self-titled debut album, which earned them Grammy nods for Best New Artist and Best Americana album and has … Continued

Music, Rock

The Lumineers perform ‘Stubborn Love’ + ‘Ophelia’ during ‘Cleopatra’ release party at Webster Hall

In 2012, Denver-based folk rockers The Lumineers took the world by storm at the forefront of the mainstream folk revival with their self-titled debut album, which earned them Grammy nods for Best New Artist and Best Americana album and has … Continued

Alternative, Country, Dance/Electronic, Hip-Hop/R&B, Music, Pop, Rock

Calvin Harris, Sia, Chris Stapleton, Flume, Miike Snow, Chvrches, M83, Run the Jewels, The Arcs and more

Do you prefer your Coachella to be more of a Couch-ella? Well, you won’t have to leave your home to experience all the great music this year’s festival has to offer! Once again, SiriusXM will be broadcasting live performances and … Continued

Alternative, Country, Dance/Electronic, Hip-Hop/R&B, Music, Pop, Rock

Calvin Harris, Sia, Chris Stapleton, Flume, Miike Snow, Chvrches, M83, Run the Jewels, The Arcs and more

Do you prefer your Coachella to be more of a Couch-ella? Well, you won’t have to leave your home to experience all the great music this year’s festival has to offer! Once again, SiriusXM will be broadcasting live performances 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

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

Quiz: What is your catwalk song?

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

Music

Quiz: What is your catwalk song?

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

Alternative, Music, Rock

Music Discovery: Nathaniel Rateliff and the Night Sweats

Nathaniel Rateliff and the Night Sweats, whose eponymous debut album was released in August of last year, draw upon the retro-soul sound the bearded front man fell in love with at an early age. But it took until 2015 for … Continued

Alternative, Music, Rock

Music Discovery: Nathaniel Rateliff and the Night Sweats

Nathaniel Rateliff and the Night Sweats, whose eponymous debut album was released in August of last year, draw upon the retro-soul sound the bearded front man fell in love with at an early age. But it took until 2015 for … Continued

Alternative, Music, Rock

Music-versary: Kurt Cobain died on April 5, 1994

Kurt Cobain had always been a slight man, standing at 5 feet, 7 inches tall and weighing 125 pounds toward the end of his life, but the heroin he used to ease his stomach pains certainly didn’t help his gaunt … Continued

Alternative, Music, Rock

Music-versary: Kurt Cobain died on April 5, 1994

Kurt Cobain had always been a slight man, standing at 5 feet, 7 inches tall and weighing 125 pounds toward the end of his life, but the heroin he used to ease his stomach pains certainly didn’t help his gaunt … Continued

Music, Rock

The 58th Annual GRAMMY® Awards: Looking back at the nominees who graced our studios

Awards season is in full swing with the 58th Annual GRAMMY Awards just days away. After nearly six decades of celebrating the best in music, we’re still never certain of who will end up taking home a golden gramophone. What … Continued

Music, Rock

The 58th Annual GRAMMY® Awards: Looking back at the nominees who graced our studios

Awards season is in full swing with the 58th Annual GRAMMY Awards just days away. After nearly six decades of celebrating the best in music, we’re still never certain of who will end up taking home a golden gramophone. What … Continued

Music, Pop, Rock

Music-versary: Fleetwood Mac released ‘Rumours’ on February 4, 1977

Release date: February 4, 1977 Credits: Lindsey Buckingham (guitar, vocals, production), Mick Fleetwood (drums, percussion), Christine McVie (keyboards, synthesizer, vocals), Stevie Nicks (vocals), John McVie (bass), Ken Caillat (engineering, mastering, producing), Richard Dashut (engineering, producing) Backstory: Wild, plentiful rumors fueled … Continued

Music, Pop, Rock

Music-versary: Fleetwood Mac released ‘Rumours’ on February 4, 1977

Release date: February 4, 1977 Credits: Lindsey Buckingham (guitar, vocals, production), Mick Fleetwood (drums, percussion), Christine McVie (keyboards, synthesizer, vocals), Stevie Nicks (vocals), John McVie (bass), Ken Caillat (engineering, mastering, producing), Richard Dashut (engineering, producing) Backstory: Wild, plentiful rumors fueled … Continued

Music, Pop, Rock

Music-versary: The Beatles released ‘Please Please Me’ on January 30, 1964

Release date: January 30, 1964 Credits: John Lennon (lead vocal, rhythm guitar), Paul McCartney (harmony vocal, bass), George Harrison (harmony vocal, lead guitar), Ringo Starr (drums), George Martin (producer) Backstory: The Beatles were set to land in America in just a … Continued

Music, Pop, Rock

Music-versary: The Beatles released ‘Please Please Me’ on January 30, 1964

Release date: January 30, 1964 Credits: John Lennon (lead vocal, rhythm guitar), Paul McCartney (harmony vocal, bass), George Harrison (harmony vocal, lead guitar), Ringo Starr (drums), George Martin (producer) Backstory: The Beatles were set to land in America in just a … Continued

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Elton John reflects on David Bowie, talks musical collaborations and fashion

With a week to go until the release of Elton John’s 33rd studio album, Wonderful Crazy Night, the iconic musician stopped by SiriusXM for a Town Hall and performance hosted by David Fricke on The Spectrum (Ch. 28). The award-winning musician … Continued

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Elton John reflects on David Bowie, talks musical collaborations and fashion

With a week to go until the release of Elton John’s 33rd studio album, Wonderful Crazy Night, the iconic musician stopped by SiriusXM for a Town Hall and performance hosted by David Fricke on The Spectrum (Ch. 28). The award-winning musician … Continued

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Music-versary: Led Zeppelin released its eponymous debut album on Jan. 12, 1969

Release date: January 12, 1969 Credits: Robert Plant (vocals/production); Jimmy Page (guitar); John Paul Jones (bass); John Bonham (drums) Backstory: Led Zeppelin was born from the ashes of the Yardbirds. They had disintegrated in the summer of 1968, leaving guitarist … Continued

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Music-versary: Led Zeppelin released its eponymous debut album on Jan. 12, 1969

Release date: January 12, 1969 Credits: Robert Plant (vocals/production); Jimmy Page (guitar); John Paul Jones (bass); John Bonham (drums) Backstory: Led Zeppelin was born from the ashes of the Yardbirds. They had disintegrated in the summer of 1968, leaving guitarist … Continued

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Mark Goodman’s Top Five David Bowie Songs

Everyone loves David Bowie, you hear us? EVERYONE. Whether you’re a Ziggy Stardust kind of guy or Labyrinth was more your era, we’ve all got your favorite Bowie. So we asked some of our DJs for their top five Bowie songs. … Continued

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Mark Goodman’s Top Five David Bowie Songs

Everyone loves David Bowie, you hear us? EVERYONE. Whether you’re a Ziggy Stardust kind of guy or Labyrinth was more your era, we’ve all got your favorite Bowie. So we asked some of our DJs for their top five Bowie songs. … Continued

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6 ways SiriusXM put the ‘discovery’ in 2015 music

Whether it was Elle King, Walk the Moon, Bring Me the Horizon, Chris Stapleton or Leon Bridges, some incredible new acts hit the scene this year in just about every genre. Here is some of the new talent who we threw the weight of … Continued

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6 ways SiriusXM put the ‘discovery’ in 2015 music

Whether it was Elle King, Walk the Moon, Bring Me the Horizon, Chris Stapleton or Leon Bridges, some incredible new acts hit the scene this year in just about every genre. Here is some of the new talent who we threw the weight of … Continued

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12 Days of Christmas with David Fricke on The Spectrum

Spectrum host David Fricke is taking on the 12 Days of Christmas, playing one holiday song a day across the genres of R&B, soul, electric rock, and doo-wop. The countdown culminates in a special edition of David’s show, The Writer’s Block, … Continued

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12 Days of Christmas with David Fricke on The Spectrum

Spectrum host David Fricke is taking on the 12 Days of Christmas, playing one holiday song a day across the genres of R&B, soul, electric rock, and doo-wop. The countdown culminates in a special edition of David’s show, The Writer’s Block, … Continued

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Best of 2015 Countdowns: SiriusXM channels share their favorite tracks of the year

It’s time to close the book on 2015. From seasoned bands to breakthrough artists, we’ve heard some great music this year. As we look back on the past 12 months, a few songs have stood out among the rest. Find … Continued

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Best of 2015 Countdowns: SiriusXM channels share their favorite tracks of the year

It’s time to close the book on 2015. From seasoned bands to breakthrough artists, we’ve heard some great music this year. As we look back on the past 12 months, a few songs have stood out among the rest. Find … Continued

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Chris Martin reflects on his career with Coldplay during fan interview: ‘Right now, I’m having a long favorite moment.’

A few weeks ago, a lucky SiriusXM subscriber got the opportunity to interview one of her favorite artists, Chris Martin, right before Coldplay released its seventh studio album, A Head Full of Dreams. The interview, which aired on The Spectrum (Ch. 28), delved … Continued

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Chris Martin reflects on his career with Coldplay during fan interview: ‘Right now, I’m having a long favorite moment.’

A few weeks ago, a lucky SiriusXM subscriber got the opportunity to interview one of her favorite artists, Chris Martin, right before Coldplay released its seventh studio album, A Head Full of Dreams. The interview, which aired on The Spectrum (Ch. 28), delved … Continued

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Music-versary: The Rolling Stones’ ‘Beggars Banquet’ was released on December 6, 1968

Release date: December 6, 1968 Credits: Mick Jagger (vocals); Keith Richards (guitar); Brian Jones (guitar); Bill Wyman (bass); Charlie Watts (drums); Additional musicians including Nicky Hopkins (piano), Dave Mason (guitar), and the Los Angeles Watts Street Gospel Choir Backstory: “You … Continued

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Music-versary: The Rolling Stones’ ‘Beggars Banquet’ was released on December 6, 1968

Release date: December 6, 1968 Credits: Mick Jagger (vocals); Keith Richards (guitar); Brian Jones (guitar); Bill Wyman (bass); Charlie Watts (drums); Additional musicians including Nicky Hopkins (piano), Dave Mason (guitar), and the Los Angeles Watts Street Gospel Choir Backstory: “You … Continued

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Music-versary: The Beatles’ ‘White Album’ was released November 25, 1968

Release date: November 25, 1968 (USA) Credits: John Lennon (Guitar, vocals); Paul McCartney (Bass, vocals); George Harrison (Guitar, vocals); Ringo Starr (Drums, vocals) Backstory: Better known as the White Album for its stark, simple cover art, the Beatle’s double, self-titled … Continued

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Music-versary: The Beatles’ ‘White Album’ was released November 25, 1968

Release date: November 25, 1968 (USA) Credits: John Lennon (Guitar, vocals); Paul McCartney (Bass, vocals); George Harrison (Guitar, vocals); Ringo Starr (Drums, vocals) Backstory: Better known as the White Album for its stark, simple cover art, the Beatle’s double, self-titled … Continued

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Adele celebrates new album, 25, with intimate listener Q&A on The Spectrum

A few weeks ago the world was blessed with the first piece of new music from our favorite cheeky Brit soul singer Adele. With her new song Hello, the ten-time Grammy Award winner marked her return to the spotlight after … Continued

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Adele celebrates new album, 25, with intimate listener Q&A on The Spectrum

A few weeks ago the world was blessed with the first piece of new music from our favorite cheeky Brit soul singer Adele. With her new song Hello, the ten-time Grammy Award winner marked her return to the spotlight after … Continued

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Adele on getting back to work as a new mother: ‘I didn’t want to waste anyone else’s time.’

We’ve all been waiting with breath that is baited since Adele released her last album, 21, five years ago. And Thursday she finally announced that the wait is almost over. She’s releasing her third album, 25, on November 20 and … Continued

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Adele on getting back to work as a new mother: ‘I didn’t want to waste anyone else’s time.’

We’ve all been waiting with breath that is baited since Adele released her last album, 21, five years ago. And Thursday she finally announced that the wait is almost over. She’s releasing her third album, 25, on November 20 and … Continued

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Get to know Elle King, your new favorite banjo-wielding rockstar

Elle King has been kicking ass and taking names since releasing her debut album Love Stuff last year. If you’re not familiar with the 25-year-old, you’ve probably heard her music in the theme song to VH1’s Mob Wives Chicago series or … Continued

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Get to know Elle King, your new favorite banjo-wielding rockstar

Elle King has been kicking ass and taking names since releasing her debut album Love Stuff last year. If you’re not familiar with the 25-year-old, you’ve probably heard her music in the theme song to VH1’s Mob Wives Chicago series or … Continued

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The Arcs celebrate debut album with in-studio performance

Black Keys frontman Dan Auerbach released Yours, Dreamily – the debut album for his new project The Arcs – earlier this month via Nonesuch. Featuring musicians Leon Michels, Richard Swift, Homer Steinweiss, Nick Movshon and guests Kenny Vaughan and Mariachi Flor … Continued

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The Arcs celebrate debut album with in-studio performance

Black Keys frontman Dan Auerbach released Yours, Dreamily – the debut album for his new project The Arcs – earlier this month via Nonesuch. Featuring musicians Leon Michels, Richard Swift, Homer Steinweiss, Nick Movshon and guests Kenny Vaughan and Mariachi Flor … Continued

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Nathaniel Rateliff & the Night Sweats are bringing ‘S.O.B.’ live to The Spectrum

This summer, Nathaniel Rateliff & The Night Sweats stopped by the SiriusXM studios to perform S.O.B., the first single off their self-titled debut album, out on August 21 via Stax. Oozing with raw, vintage soul, Rateliff’s howling Americana number – complete … Continued

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Nathaniel Rateliff & the Night Sweats are bringing ‘S.O.B.’ live to The Spectrum

This summer, Nathaniel Rateliff & The Night Sweats stopped by the SiriusXM studios to perform S.O.B., the first single off their self-titled debut album, out on August 21 via Stax. Oozing with raw, vintage soul, Rateliff’s howling Americana number – complete … Continued

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Stop what you’re doing and watch Kaleo cover ‘Bang Bang’

When Icelandic folk-rock band Kaleo stopped by SiriusXM’s New York City studios for an exclusive performance, they didn’t disappoint. Kaleo – whose single, All the Pretty Girls, you’ve probably definitely heard – went retro with their cover of Cher’s Bang Bang (or you might … Continued

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Stop what you’re doing and watch Kaleo cover ‘Bang Bang’

When Icelandic folk-rock band Kaleo stopped by SiriusXM’s New York City studios for an exclusive performance, they didn’t disappoint. Kaleo – whose single, All the Pretty Girls, you’ve probably definitely heard – went retro with their cover of Cher’s Bang Bang (or you might … Continued

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Songs of the summer 2015: Walk the Moon, Saint Motel, Rachel Platten, Kendrick Lamar & more

As much as we hate to admit it, summer is coming to an end soon. But here at SiriusXM, we’re squeezing the most out of what’s left and celebrating the songs that made Summer 2015 one to remember. All summer, we’ve … Continued

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Songs of the summer 2015: Walk the Moon, Saint Motel, Rachel Platten, Kendrick Lamar & more

As much as we hate to admit it, summer is coming to an end soon. But here at SiriusXM, we’re squeezing the most out of what’s left and celebrating the songs that made Summer 2015 one to remember. All summer, we’ve … Continued

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Hear Dawes’ exclusive concert from the Continental Club on The Spectrum!

Airing Thursday 6/25 at 11 am ET, and Friday 6/26 at 4 pm and midnight ET on The Spectrum! Hear Dawes’ exclusive concert recorded at the Continental Club Houston, TX, exclusively for SiriusXM subscribers! And get a taste before the show with our … Continued

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Hear Dawes’ exclusive concert from the Continental Club on The Spectrum!

Airing Thursday 6/25 at 11 am ET, and Friday 6/26 at 4 pm and midnight ET on The Spectrum! Hear Dawes’ exclusive concert recorded at the Continental Club Houston, TX, exclusively for SiriusXM subscribers! And get a taste before the show with our … Continued

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SiriusXM On Demand: More live music sessions available!

Fans of the Spectrum Sessions, Coffee House Live and XMU Sessions rejoice! We’ve dug through our archives and are bringing back some live sessions to stay On Demand — forever! Check out our huge catalog of live music sessions recorded … Continued

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SiriusXM On Demand: More live music sessions available!

Fans of the Spectrum Sessions, Coffee House Live and XMU Sessions rejoice! We’ve dug through our archives and are bringing back some live sessions to stay On Demand — forever! Check out our huge catalog of live music sessions recorded … Continued

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Exclusively from Bonnaroo: Mumford and Sons, Earth, Wind & Fire, Alabama Shakes, Dawes and more!

The SiriusXM summer music festivals train keeps rolling! This weekend, we were at the Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival in Manchester, Tennessee! Everyone was there from The Spectrum (Ch. 28), Alt Nation (Ch. 36), SiriusXMU (Ch. 35), and Jam On (Ch. 29), to Hip Hop … Continued

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Exclusively from Bonnaroo: Mumford and Sons, Earth, Wind & Fire, Alabama Shakes, Dawes and more!

The SiriusXM summer music festivals train keeps rolling! This weekend, we were at the Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival in Manchester, Tennessee! Everyone was there from The Spectrum (Ch. 28), Alt Nation (Ch. 36), SiriusXMU (Ch. 35), and Jam On (Ch. 29), to Hip Hop … Continued

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Exclusively from Governors Ball: Hear sets by The Black Keys, Florence and the Machine, My Morning Jacket, A-Track and more from NYC

Airing Friday 6/5 at 11 am ET through Sunday 6/7 on Alt Nation (Ch. 36) with select performances on The Spectrum (Ch. 28), Jam On (Ch. 29), Electric Area (Ch. 52) and SiriusXMU (Ch. 35) You can hear both live … Continued

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Exclusively from Governors Ball: Hear sets by The Black Keys, Florence and the Machine, My Morning Jacket, A-Track and more from NYC

Airing Friday 6/5 at 11 am ET through Sunday 6/7 on Alt Nation (Ch. 36) with select performances on The Spectrum (Ch. 28), Jam On (Ch. 29), Electric Area (Ch. 52) and SiriusXMU (Ch. 35) You can hear both live … Continued

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Dawes covers Lucinda Williams’ ‘Crescent City’ in-studio to celebrate new album

Dawes followed up 2013’s breakthrough effort Stories Don’t End with their fourth studio album All Your Favorite Bands via their independent Hub Records label. In celebration, Taylor Goldsmith and company stopped by the SiriusXM studios to perform a slow-burning cover … Continued

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Dawes covers Lucinda Williams’ ‘Crescent City’ in-studio to celebrate new album

Dawes followed up 2013’s breakthrough effort Stories Don’t End with their fourth studio album All Your Favorite Bands via their independent Hub Records label. In celebration, Taylor Goldsmith and company stopped by the SiriusXM studios to perform a slow-burning cover … Continued

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SiriusXM On Demand: Road trip playlists whatever your musical taste!

Memorial Day Weekend is here and SiriusXM On Demand has a round of playlists to get you into the groove when you hit the road! Our experts over at Alt Nation, The Highway, 90s on 9, The Spectrum, Soul Town … Continued

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SiriusXM On Demand: Road trip playlists whatever your musical taste!

Memorial Day Weekend is here and SiriusXM On Demand has a round of playlists to get you into the groove when you hit the road! Our experts over at Alt Nation, The Highway, 90s on 9, The Spectrum, Soul Town … Continued

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Can’t make it to Alabama? Then we’ll bring the Hangout Festival to you

It’s festival season, and with festival season comes another awesome music festival lined up this weekend. Hangout Music Festival in Gulf Shores, Ala., is set to be epic, and we’re bringing some of the biggest performances to you. You can hear … Continued

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Can’t make it to Alabama? Then we’ll bring the Hangout Festival to you

It’s festival season, and with festival season comes another awesome music festival lined up this weekend. Hangout Music Festival in Gulf Shores, Ala., is set to be epic, and we’re bringing some of the biggest performances to you. You can hear … Continued

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PICS: SiriusXM hosts + programmers with their moms THEN vs. NOW

Mother’s Day. It’s that one time a year when you get to show mom how much you appreciate her. Sure, there’s birthdays and holidays, but the second Sunday of every May, you get to thank her for being mom, mama, mommy, mother or … Continued

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PICS: SiriusXM hosts + programmers with their moms THEN vs. NOW

Mother’s Day. It’s that one time a year when you get to show mom how much you appreciate her. Sure, there’s birthdays and holidays, but the second Sunday of every May, you get to thank her for being mom, mama, mommy, mother or … Continued

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Mumford & Sons named their favorite songs by other artists!

Mumford & Sons spent a week with us in May, playing their favorite songs, telling stories from the road and showcasing their new album. All of which culminated in an epic live show in NYC. Check out what music and artists … Continued

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Mumford & Sons named their favorite songs by other artists!

Mumford & Sons spent a week with us in May, playing their favorite songs, telling stories from the road and showcasing their new album. All of which culminated in an epic live show in NYC. Check out what music and artists … Continued

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Ultimate Guitar 101: SiriusXM names the all-time great guitarists

International Guitar Month got cranked up with SiriusXM’s Ultimate Guitar 101, a list of guitar greats compiled from all our axe-oriented channels – Classic Rewind, Classic Vinyl, Deep Tracks, Hair Nation, Jam_ON, Octane, BB King’s Bluesville, Liquid Metal, Lithium, Ozzys Boneyard, RockBar, The … Continued

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Ultimate Guitar 101: SiriusXM names the all-time great guitarists

International Guitar Month got cranked up with SiriusXM’s Ultimate Guitar 101, a list of guitar greats compiled from all our axe-oriented channels – Classic Rewind, Classic Vinyl, Deep Tracks, Hair Nation, Jam_ON, Octane, BB King’s Bluesville, Liquid Metal, Lithium, Ozzys Boneyard, RockBar, The … Continued

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Here are my top 10 performance videos to celebrate YouTube’s 10-year anniversary

Can you even remember a time before YouTube? How did we survive without cute animal videos, skateboarding fouls and viral videos of our favorite cover songs?! We can’t even imagine. Well thank the lord that 10 years ago today YouTube launched, … Continued

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Here are my top 10 performance videos to celebrate YouTube’s 10-year anniversary

Can you even remember a time before YouTube? How did we survive without cute animal videos, skateboarding fouls and viral videos of our favorite cover songs?! We can’t even imagine. Well thank the lord that 10 years ago today YouTube launched, … Continued

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TGIF: Drool-worthy performances by this year’s Coachella artists

It’s crickets around here. Seriously. Like 30 percent of our co-workers got to go to Coachella and the rest of us jerks had to come into the office and work as if we’re not missing out on amazing live music. While … Continued

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TGIF: Drool-worthy performances by this year’s Coachella artists

It’s crickets around here. Seriously. Like 30 percent of our co-workers got to go to Coachella and the rest of us jerks had to come into the office and work as if we’re not missing out on amazing live music. While … Continued

Exclusive: Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival first-ever live radio broadcast

Exclusive: Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival first-ever live radio broadcast Airing across multiple channels, the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival broadcast will showcase a diverse line-up featuring performances from Jack White, Hozier, Vance Joy, alt-J, Axwell^Ingrosso, Alabama Shakes, … Continued

Exclusive: Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival first-ever live radio broadcast

Exclusive: Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival first-ever live radio broadcast Airing across multiple channels, the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival broadcast will showcase a diverse line-up featuring performances from Jack White, Hozier, Vance Joy, alt-J, Axwell^Ingrosso, Alabama Shakes, … Continued

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The New Voice of Old Soul: Leon Bridges

Young artist Leon Bridges caught the attention of many with his homemade song, Coming Home. It even got him signed to Colombia Records. He swung by the SiriusXM studios to perform the tune live for SiriusXM’s The Spectrum. Check it out … Continued

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The New Voice of Old Soul: Leon Bridges

Young artist Leon Bridges caught the attention of many with his homemade song, Coming Home. It even got him signed to Colombia Records. He swung by the SiriusXM studios to perform the tune live for SiriusXM’s The Spectrum. Check it out … Continued

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Luck o’ the Irish: St. Paddy’s Day Radio, 1st Wave’s Lucky 15 + Faction’s Green Puke!

St. Paddy’s Day Radio Airing Tuesday 3/17 at 6 am ET – Wednesday 3/18 at 3 am ET on The Spectrum, Ch. 28 In celebration of St. Patrick’s Day, we’re blasting St. Paddy’s Day Radio! Hosted by Larry Kirwan, the former … Continued

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Luck o’ the Irish: St. Paddy’s Day Radio, 1st Wave’s Lucky 15 + Faction’s Green Puke!

St. Paddy’s Day Radio Airing Tuesday 3/17 at 6 am ET – Wednesday 3/18 at 3 am ET on The Spectrum, Ch. 28 In celebration of St. Patrick’s Day, we’re blasting St. Paddy’s Day Radio! Hosted by Larry Kirwan, the former … Continued

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Exclusive: Behind-the-scenes for Kaleo’s ‘All the Pretty Girls’

Icelandic band Kaleo’s new tune All The Pretty Girls is beautifully rustic. And this behind-the-scenes performance, given exclusively to The Spectrum, captures that simple beauty, perfectly. Lead singer Jökull Júlíusson’s soft yet powerful voice coupled with the instrumental make the video a must watch … Continued

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Exclusive: Behind-the-scenes for Kaleo’s ‘All the Pretty Girls’

Icelandic band Kaleo’s new tune All The Pretty Girls is beautifully rustic. And this behind-the-scenes performance, given exclusively to The Spectrum, captures that simple beauty, perfectly. Lead singer Jökull Júlíusson’s soft yet powerful voice coupled with the instrumental make the video a must watch … Continued

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Say Hello to Madisen Ward and The Mama Bear

Allow SiriusXM to introduce you to Kansas City natives, Madisen and Ruth Ward. The mother-son duo swung by SiriusXM’s The Spectrum to showcase their first single Silent Movies and to deliver a smashing cover of Fleetwood Mac’s highest charting U.S. hit, Dreams. With … Continued

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Say Hello to Madisen Ward and The Mama Bear

Allow SiriusXM to introduce you to Kansas City natives, Madisen and Ruth Ward. The mother-son duo swung by SiriusXM’s The Spectrum to showcase their first single Silent Movies and to deliver a smashing cover of Fleetwood Mac’s highest charting U.S. hit, Dreams. With … Continued

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The Spectrum’s Top 20 Songs of 2014: Hozier, Vance Joy, Boy & Bear + more!

If you’re an avid Spectrum listener, it should come as no surprise that Hozier’s Take Me to Church topped our list of top songs from 2014. We knew his soulful love song would be an instant favorite the minute we heard … Continued

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The Spectrum’s Top 20 Songs of 2014: Hozier, Vance Joy, Boy & Bear + more!

If you’re an avid Spectrum listener, it should come as no surprise that Hozier’s Take Me to Church topped our list of top songs from 2014. We knew his soulful love song would be an instant favorite the minute we heard … Continued

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The New Frontier: Bob Dylan’s Basement Tapes Revisited

What do you get when you combine Bob Dylan, Elvis Costello, Marcus Mumford, My Morning Jacket’s Jim James, Carolina Chocolate Drops’ Rhiannon Giddens, and Dawes’ Taylor Goldsmith? The answer is a jam session of epic proportions. Lucky for you, it … Continued

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The New Frontier: Bob Dylan’s Basement Tapes Revisited

What do you get when you combine Bob Dylan, Elvis Costello, Marcus Mumford, My Morning Jacket’s Jim James, Carolina Chocolate Drops’ Rhiannon Giddens, and Dawes’ Taylor Goldsmith? The answer is a jam session of epic proportions. Lucky for you, it … Continued

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Lorde slays at No. 1 on The Spectrum Shortlist (10/10/14)

Lorde’s Yellow Flicker Beat makes its countdown debut in The Spectrum Shortlist this week, knocking Budapest by George Ezra down to the number two spot. Also making its countdown debut is Vance Joy with Mess Is Mine (4), followed by Alt-J’s Left Hand … Continued

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Lorde slays at No. 1 on The Spectrum Shortlist (10/10/14)

Lorde’s Yellow Flicker Beat makes its countdown debut in The Spectrum Shortlist this week, knocking Budapest by George Ezra down to the number two spot. Also making its countdown debut is Vance Joy with Mess Is Mine (4), followed by Alt-J’s Left Hand … Continued

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Hear George Ezra (and his crazy-good voice) cover Bob Dylan’s ‘Girl From The North Country’

21-year-old British singer-songwriter George Ezra is an acoustic-playing, blues-singing kind of guy who’s known for having a voice that sounds way beyond his years. Celebrating the international success of his single Budapest, Ezra recently visited The Spectrum, where he covered Bob Dylan’s Girl From … Continued

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Hear George Ezra (and his crazy-good voice) cover Bob Dylan’s ‘Girl From The North Country’

21-year-old British singer-songwriter George Ezra is an acoustic-playing, blues-singing kind of guy who’s known for having a voice that sounds way beyond his years. Celebrating the international success of his single Budapest, Ezra recently visited The Spectrum, where he covered Bob Dylan’s Girl From … Continued

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We had ’em: Bill Hader and Hozier before they were on SNL this Saturday 10/11

Bill Hader is hosting Saturday Night Live with musical guest Hozier this Saturday 10/11, but you know what? We had ’em first! Well, maybe less so with Hader who was a SNL cast member from 2005-2014. But still, we definitely had … Continued

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We had ’em: Bill Hader and Hozier before they were on SNL this Saturday 10/11

Bill Hader is hosting Saturday Night Live with musical guest Hozier this Saturday 10/11, but you know what? We had ’em first! Well, maybe less so with Hader who was a SNL cast member from 2005-2014. But still, we definitely had … Continued

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George Ezra’s Budapest scores No. 1 on The Spectrum Shortlist (10/3/14)

In this week’s inaugural Spectrum Shortlist, George Ezra’s Budapest lands at number one, followed by Stolen Dance by Milky Chance and First Aid Kit’s My Silver Lining at number three. Meanwhile, Hozier’s From Eden claims the fourth spot, thus leaving … Continued

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George Ezra’s Budapest scores No. 1 on The Spectrum Shortlist (10/3/14)

In this week’s inaugural Spectrum Shortlist, George Ezra’s Budapest lands at number one, followed by Stolen Dance by Milky Chance and First Aid Kit’s My Silver Lining at number three. Meanwhile, Hozier’s From Eden claims the fourth spot, thus leaving … Continued

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Watch Vance Joy perform two lively renditions of Riptide + Mess is Mine

Vance Joy, singer of the ubiquitous alt rock hit Riptide (and sometime Bruce Springsteen cover singer), recently played a live show at Webster Hall in NYC for an audience of SiriusXM subscribers. Among those tracks were his hit single, Riptide, … Continued

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Watch Vance Joy perform two lively renditions of Riptide + Mess is Mine

Vance Joy, singer of the ubiquitous alt rock hit Riptide (and sometime Bruce Springsteen cover singer), recently played a live show at Webster Hall in NYC for an audience of SiriusXM subscribers. Among those tracks were his hit single, Riptide, … Continued

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George Ezra knocks U2 from No. 1 The Spectrum: Baker’s Dozen (9/27/14)

In this week’s Baker’s Dozen on The Spectrum, George Ezra’s Budapest moves up two spots to claim the number one position, knocking down U2’s Miracle (Of Joey Ramone) to number two. Meanwhile, Hozier’s From Eden drops to number three, Alt-J takes … Continued

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George Ezra knocks U2 from No. 1 The Spectrum: Baker’s Dozen (9/27/14)

In this week’s Baker’s Dozen on The Spectrum, George Ezra’s Budapest moves up two spots to claim the number one position, knocking down U2’s Miracle (Of Joey Ramone) to number two. Meanwhile, Hozier’s From Eden drops to number three, Alt-J takes … Continued

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U2’s The Miracle (of Joey Ramone) is No. 1 on The Spectrum Baker’s Dozen (9/20/14)

U2’s The Miracle (Of Joey Ramone) makes a leap from number six to number one in this week’s The Spectrum Baker’s Dozen Top 13 Countdown. Meanwhile, Hozier’s From Eden remains at number two, and George Ezra’s Budapest falls back to … Continued

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U2’s The Miracle (of Joey Ramone) is No. 1 on The Spectrum Baker’s Dozen (9/20/14)

U2’s The Miracle (Of Joey Ramone) makes a leap from number six to number one in this week’s The Spectrum Baker’s Dozen Top 13 Countdown. Meanwhile, Hozier’s From Eden remains at number two, and George Ezra’s Budapest falls back to … Continued

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George Ezra tops The Spectrum Baker’s Dozen Countdown (9/13/14)

In this week’s The Spectrum Baker’s Dozen Countdown, George Ezra’s Budapest has locked down the number one spot for the second week in a row. From Eden’s Hozier is close at number two, while My Silver Lining by First Aid Kit … Continued

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George Ezra tops The Spectrum Baker’s Dozen Countdown (9/13/14)

In this week’s The Spectrum Baker’s Dozen Countdown, George Ezra’s Budapest has locked down the number one spot for the second week in a row. From Eden’s Hozier is close at number two, while My Silver Lining by First Aid Kit … Continued

This Week On Demand: TechCrunch Radio, Vance Joy Private Concert

This week, SiriusXM kicks off a special 6-week limited run series, TechCrunch Radio, on Indie, Ch. 102. Broadcasting from San Francisco, TechCrunch Radio brings ttech pitch-offs from start-up companies participating in this year’s Disrupt conference. Each weekly episode of TechCrunch Radio … Continued

This Week On Demand: TechCrunch Radio, Vance Joy Private Concert

This week, SiriusXM kicks off a special 6-week limited run series, TechCrunch Radio, on Indie, Ch. 102. Broadcasting from San Francisco, TechCrunch Radio brings ttech pitch-offs from start-up companies participating in this year’s Disrupt conference. Each weekly episode of TechCrunch Radio … Continued

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George Ezra, Spoon, & The Black Keys: The Spectrum Baker’s Dozen Countdown (9/6/14)

In this week’s The Spectrum Baker’s Dozen countdown, George Ezra earns himself another week in the hot seat holding onto the number one spot. Filling out the top three, we have Spoon’s Do You at number two, and The Black … Continued

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George Ezra, Spoon, & The Black Keys: The Spectrum Baker’s Dozen Countdown (9/6/14)

In this week’s The Spectrum Baker’s Dozen countdown, George Ezra earns himself another week in the hot seat holding onto the number one spot. Filling out the top three, we have Spoon’s Do You at number two, and The Black … Continued

Music, Pop, Rock

Meet the DJs: Q&As with Mark Goodman, Kristine Stone + Jenny Eliscu of The Spectrum

What is it MTV Diary used to say? “You think you know, but you have no idea”? The same could be said of SiriusXM’s on-air talent, who spend all week spinning tracks for listeners, but don’t always reveal personal details … Continued

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Meet the DJs: Q&As with Mark Goodman, Kristine Stone + Jenny Eliscu of The Spectrum

What is it MTV Diary used to say? “You think you know, but you have no idea”? The same could be said of SiriusXM’s on-air talent, who spend all week spinning tracks for listeners, but don’t always reveal personal details … Continued

Music, Pop

The Black Keys at No. 1 in The Spectrum Baker’s Dozen Countdown (8/30/14)

The Black Keys are back at number one in this week’s Baker’s Dozen countdown on The Spectrum with Gotta Get Away. Meanwhile, George Ezra comes in at number two with Budapest, and St. Paul and the Broken Bones round out … Continued

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The Black Keys at No. 1 in The Spectrum Baker’s Dozen Countdown (8/30/14)

The Black Keys are back at number one in this week’s Baker’s Dozen countdown on The Spectrum with Gotta Get Away. Meanwhile, George Ezra comes in at number two with Budapest, and St. Paul and the Broken Bones round out … Continued

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George Ezra, Spoon, & The Black Keys: The Spectrum Baker’s Dozen Countdown (8/23/14)

In this week’s The Spectrum Baker’s Dozen countdown, George Ezra earns himself another week in the hot seat holding onto the number one spot. Filling out the top three we have Spoon’s “Do You” moving up one spot from number three, and The Black … Continued

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George Ezra, Spoon, & The Black Keys: The Spectrum Baker’s Dozen Countdown (8/23/14)

In this week’s The Spectrum Baker’s Dozen countdown, George Ezra earns himself another week in the hot seat holding onto the number one spot. Filling out the top three we have Spoon’s “Do You” moving up one spot from number three, and The Black … Continued

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George Ezra at No. 1 on The Spectrum Baker’s Dozen Countdown (8/16/14)

In this week’s The Spectrum Baker’s Dozen countdown, George Ezra rises from number three to steal the top spot with Budapest, sending Milky Chance’s Stolen Dance down to number two. Spoon is up from number four and rounds out the top three with Do … Continued

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George Ezra at No. 1 on The Spectrum Baker’s Dozen Countdown (8/16/14)

In this week’s The Spectrum Baker’s Dozen countdown, George Ezra rises from number three to steal the top spot with Budapest, sending Milky Chance’s Stolen Dance down to number two. Spoon is up from number four and rounds out the top three with Do … Continued

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SiriusXM Music Discovery Week: Ella Henderson, Hozier, Ariana Grande + more

Part of having such a wide variety of music at SiriusXM means we’re always discovering new bands. And the best part? You, the listeners, get first crack at what we find. So, in honor of SiriusXM’s Music Discovery Week, we’ve … Continued

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SiriusXM Music Discovery Week: Ella Henderson, Hozier, Ariana Grande + more

Part of having such a wide variety of music at SiriusXM means we’re always discovering new bands. And the best part? You, the listeners, get first crack at what we find. So, in honor of SiriusXM’s Music Discovery Week, we’ve … Continued

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Watch Hozier perform From Eden on The Spectrum

Irish singer-songwriter Hozier (aka Andrew Hozier-Byrne) doesn’t even have a full-length album out yet (his self-titled is slated to drop in September), but one glance at his passionate, intense, brooding performance at SiriusXM Studios should make it easy to see … Continued

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Watch Hozier perform From Eden on The Spectrum

Irish singer-songwriter Hozier (aka Andrew Hozier-Byrne) doesn’t even have a full-length album out yet (his self-titled is slated to drop in September), but one glance at his passionate, intense, brooding performance at SiriusXM Studios should make it easy to see … Continued

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Milky Chance steals No. 1 on The Spectrum Baker’s Dozen Countdown (8/9/14)

In this week’s The Spectrum Baker’s Dozen countdown, Milky Chance steals the number one spot with Stolen Dance, moving Hozier’s From Eden down to number two. George Ezra rounds out the top three with Budapest. Debuting on the list at number 13 is … Continued

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Milky Chance steals No. 1 on The Spectrum Baker’s Dozen Countdown (8/9/14)

In this week’s The Spectrum Baker’s Dozen countdown, Milky Chance steals the number one spot with Stolen Dance, moving Hozier’s From Eden down to number two. George Ezra rounds out the top three with Budapest. Debuting on the list at number 13 is … Continued

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Get ready to feel all the feels during Chris Martin’s solo Artist Confidential performance

Airs Sat 8/9 at 9 am ET on Alt Nation, Ch. 36 Replays Sat 8/9 at 12 pm and 6 pm ET, Sunday 8/10 at 8 am, 3 pm, and 9 pm ET, Monday 8/11 at 3 am, 9 am, … Continued

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Get ready to feel all the feels during Chris Martin’s solo Artist Confidential performance

Airs Sat 8/9 at 9 am ET on Alt Nation, Ch. 36 Replays Sat 8/9 at 12 pm and 6 pm ET, Sunday 8/10 at 8 am, 3 pm, and 9 pm ET, Monday 8/11 at 3 am, 9 am, … Continued

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Hozier Tops The Spectrum Baker’s Dozen Countdown (8/2/14)

In this week’s The Spectrum Baker’s Dozen countdown, Hozier’s From Eden grabs number one. My Silver Lining’s First Aid Kit moves up to number two, while Milky Chance’s Stolen Dance gets pushed back to number three. Debuting on the list is the Counting Crows’ … Continued

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Hozier Tops The Spectrum Baker’s Dozen Countdown (8/2/14)

In this week’s The Spectrum Baker’s Dozen countdown, Hozier’s From Eden grabs number one. My Silver Lining’s First Aid Kit moves up to number two, while Milky Chance’s Stolen Dance gets pushed back to number three. Debuting on the list is the Counting Crows’ … Continued

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Milky Chance steals No. 1 in The Spectrum Baker’s Dozen Countdown (7/26/14)

In this week’s The Spectrum Baker’s Dozen countdown, Milky Chance steals the number one spot with Stolen Dance. Tom Petty’s U Get Me High rises to take number two, while First Aid Kit rounds of the top three with My Silver Lining. Debuting … Continued

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Milky Chance steals No. 1 in The Spectrum Baker’s Dozen Countdown (7/26/14)

In this week’s The Spectrum Baker’s Dozen countdown, Milky Chance steals the number one spot with Stolen Dance. Tom Petty’s U Get Me High rises to take number two, while First Aid Kit rounds of the top three with My Silver Lining. Debuting … Continued

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First Aid Kit at No. 1 in The Spectrum Baker’s Dozen Countdown (7/19/14)

In this week’s The Spectrum Baker’s Dozen countdown, First Aid Kit requires no healing as they grasp the number one spot with My Silver Lining. Milky Chance’s Stolen Dance remains at number two, while Tom Petty gets lower from first to third with U Get … Continued

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First Aid Kit at No. 1 in The Spectrum Baker’s Dozen Countdown (7/19/14)

In this week’s The Spectrum Baker’s Dozen countdown, First Aid Kit requires no healing as they grasp the number one spot with My Silver Lining. Milky Chance’s Stolen Dance remains at number two, while Tom Petty gets lower from first to third with U Get … Continued

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Road trippin’ across America: 14 playlists from SiriusXM

Hit the road Jack, and dontcha come back until you’ve cruised across America to every single one of these epic playlists. Kidding! You could honestly listen to them anytime, anywhere. But, they were crafted by SiriusXM’s experts with the open … Continued

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Road trippin’ across America: 14 playlists from SiriusXM

Hit the road Jack, and dontcha come back until you’ve cruised across America to every single one of these epic playlists. Kidding! You could honestly listen to them anytime, anywhere. But, they were crafted by SiriusXM’s experts with the open … Continued

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San Francisco –> Reno: The Spectrum playlist from Mark Goodman

Mark Goodman loves the thrill of the drive; the feeling of covering ground in his car. “Being able to take in the sights of this country mile by mile is a truly exhilarating experience,” The Spectrum host says. “Add a … Continued

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San Francisco –> Reno: The Spectrum playlist from Mark Goodman

Mark Goodman loves the thrill of the drive; the feeling of covering ground in his car. “Being able to take in the sights of this country mile by mile is a truly exhilarating experience,” The Spectrum host says. “Add a … Continued

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Tom Petty at No. 1 in The Spectrum Baker’s Dozen Countdown (7/12/14)

In this week’s The Spectrum Baker’s Dozen countdown, Tom Petty gets higher as he rises from number two to steal the top spot with U Get Me High. Milky Chance’s Stolen Dance falls to number two, while First Aid Kit falls from … Continued

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Tom Petty at No. 1 in The Spectrum Baker’s Dozen Countdown (7/12/14)

In this week’s The Spectrum Baker’s Dozen countdown, Tom Petty gets higher as he rises from number two to steal the top spot with U Get Me High. Milky Chance’s Stolen Dance falls to number two, while First Aid Kit falls from … Continued

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Milky Chance steals No. 1 in The Baker’s Dozen Countdown (7/5/14)

In this week’s The Spectrum Baker’s Dozen countdown, Milky Chance steals the number one spot with Stolen Dance, shifting First Aid Kit’s My Silver Lining down to number two. Tom Petty is higher than last week as U Get Me High rises … Continued

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Milky Chance steals No. 1 in The Baker’s Dozen Countdown (7/5/14)

In this week’s The Spectrum Baker’s Dozen countdown, Milky Chance steals the number one spot with Stolen Dance, shifting First Aid Kit’s My Silver Lining down to number two. Tom Petty is higher than last week as U Get Me High rises … Continued

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First Aid Kit at No. 1 in The Baker’s Dozen Countdown (6/28/14)

In this week’s The Spectrum Baker’s Dozen countdown, Boy & Bear’s Southern Sun goes south to No. 3 as First Aid Kit claims the No. 1 spot with My Silver Lining. Milky Chance’s Stolen Dance remains at No. 2 while Tom Petty gets … Continued

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First Aid Kit at No. 1 in The Baker’s Dozen Countdown (6/28/14)

In this week’s The Spectrum Baker’s Dozen countdown, Boy & Bear’s Southern Sun goes south to No. 3 as First Aid Kit claims the No. 1 spot with My Silver Lining. Milky Chance’s Stolen Dance remains at No. 2 while Tom Petty gets … Continued

Rock out with your flag out: The History of Spectrum Artists, The United States of Octane + more 4th highlights

The 4th of July is finally here, and we’re sure you’ve got a slew of summery activities planned. Maybe you’re party-hopping, maybe you’re throwing the party, maybe you’re braving the beach, or maybe you’re opting out of the heat for … Continued

Rock out with your flag out: The History of Spectrum Artists, The United States of Octane + more 4th highlights

The 4th of July is finally here, and we’re sure you’ve got a slew of summery activities planned. Maybe you’re party-hopping, maybe you’re throwing the party, maybe you’re braving the beach, or maybe you’re opting out of the heat for … Continued

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Boy & Bear Still at No. 1 in The Baker’s Dozen Countdown (6/21/14)

In this week’s Spectrum Baker’s Dozen countdown, both Boy & Bear and Milky Chance withhold their No. 1 and No. 2 spots with Southern Sun and Stolen Dance, respectively. The Black Keys sneak up to No. 3 with Turn Blue, … Continued

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Boy & Bear Still at No. 1 in The Baker’s Dozen Countdown (6/21/14)

In this week’s Spectrum Baker’s Dozen countdown, both Boy & Bear and Milky Chance withhold their No. 1 and No. 2 spots with Southern Sun and Stolen Dance, respectively. The Black Keys sneak up to No. 3 with Turn Blue, … Continued

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Boy & Bear Makes the Leap to #1 on The Baker’s Dozen Countdown (6/14/14)

In this week’s Spectrum Baker’s Dozen the reigning No. 1, the Black Keys, cool down, dropping to No. 4 with Turn Blue, while runner-up Coldplay also finds themselves falling down the chart landing at No. 3. Finishing out the Top 3, … Continued

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Boy & Bear Makes the Leap to #1 on The Baker’s Dozen Countdown (6/14/14)

In this week’s Spectrum Baker’s Dozen the reigning No. 1, the Black Keys, cool down, dropping to No. 4 with Turn Blue, while runner-up Coldplay also finds themselves falling down the chart landing at No. 3. Finishing out the Top 3, … Continued

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The Black Keys turn Coldplay blue, stealing the No. 1 spot in The Baker’s Dozen Countdown (6/7/14)

In this week’s Spectrum Baker’s Dozen, The Black Keys turn Coldplay blue by knocking last week’s No. 1 contenders down to number two. St. Paul and the Broken Bones retains their number three spot with Call Me, while The Black Keys’ Fever falls to number … Continued

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The Black Keys turn Coldplay blue, stealing the No. 1 spot in The Baker’s Dozen Countdown (6/7/14)

In this week’s Spectrum Baker’s Dozen, The Black Keys turn Coldplay blue by knocking last week’s No. 1 contenders down to number two. St. Paul and the Broken Bones retains their number three spot with Call Me, while The Black Keys’ Fever falls to number … Continued

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Coldplay works their “Magic,” nabs the No. 1 spot in The Baker’s Dozen Countdown (5/31/14)

In this week’s Spectrum Baker’s Dozen, Coldplay works their Magic on The Black Keys, knocking the No. 1 contenders down to number two. In third place is St. Paul and the Broken Bones with Call Me, The Black Keys show … Continued

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Coldplay works their “Magic,” nabs the No. 1 spot in The Baker’s Dozen Countdown (5/31/14)

In this week’s Spectrum Baker’s Dozen, Coldplay works their Magic on The Black Keys, knocking the No. 1 contenders down to number two. In third place is St. Paul and the Broken Bones with Call Me, The Black Keys show … Continued

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Hear The Black Keys perform LIVE tonight at 10 pm ET on Alt Nation!

Airing Tuesday 5/27 at 10 pm ET (9 pm CT) on Alt Nation, Ch. 36 Replaying Wednesday 5/28 at 12 am ET Friday 5/30 at 10 am & 8 pm ET Saturday 5/31 at 11 am & 4 pm ET … Continued

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Hear The Black Keys perform LIVE tonight at 10 pm ET on Alt Nation!

Airing Tuesday 5/27 at 10 pm ET (9 pm CT) on Alt Nation, Ch. 36 Replaying Wednesday 5/28 at 12 am ET Friday 5/30 at 10 am & 8 pm ET Saturday 5/31 at 11 am & 4 pm ET … Continued

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The Black Keys spend another week atop The Spectrum’s Baker’s Dozen Countdown (5/24/14)

After getting taken down by Ray LaMontagne two weeks ago, The Black Keys have reclaimed their rightful position atop The Baker’s Dozen countdown. Coming in at number one for a second time, Fever is number one, followed by Jack White’s … Continued

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The Black Keys spend another week atop The Spectrum’s Baker’s Dozen Countdown (5/24/14)

After getting taken down by Ray LaMontagne two weeks ago, The Black Keys have reclaimed their rightful position atop The Baker’s Dozen countdown. Coming in at number one for a second time, Fever is number one, followed by Jack White’s … Continued

Baker’s Dozen Countdown (5/17/14): The Black Keys’ Fever returns

After a brief stint at number two, The Black Keys’ Fever has returned to its original number one status with Ray LaMontagne’s Supernova taking a backseat. The Spectrum Baker’s Dozen continues with Jack White’s Lazaretto at number three, Coldplay’s Magic … Continued

Baker’s Dozen Countdown (5/17/14): The Black Keys’ Fever returns

After a brief stint at number two, The Black Keys’ Fever has returned to its original number one status with Ray LaMontagne’s Supernova taking a backseat. The Spectrum Baker’s Dozen continues with Jack White’s Lazaretto at number three, Coldplay’s Magic … Continued

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Baker’s Dozen Countdown (5/10/14): Ray LaMontagne breaks the Black Keys’ Fever

Ray LaMontagne’s Supernova breaks the Black Keys’ three-week Fever streak at number one in this week’s Spectrum countdown. Coldplay’s Magic makes a comeback at number three, but Boy & Bear falls down to number four. Hozier’s Take Me To Church … Continued

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Baker’s Dozen Countdown (5/10/14): Ray LaMontagne breaks the Black Keys’ Fever

Ray LaMontagne’s Supernova breaks the Black Keys’ three-week Fever streak at number one in this week’s Spectrum countdown. Coldplay’s Magic makes a comeback at number three, but Boy & Bear falls down to number four. Hozier’s Take Me To Church … Continued

Music, Rock

Hear The Black Keys perform live from Nashville on Alt Nation

Airing Tuesday 5/27 at 10 pm ET (9 pm CT) on Alt Nation, Ch. 36 Replaying Wednesday 5/28 at 12 am ET Mark your calendars: Garage/blues rock duo The Black Keys are performing at The Mercy Lounge in Nashville this … Continued

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Hear The Black Keys perform live from Nashville on Alt Nation

Airing Tuesday 5/27 at 10 pm ET (9 pm CT) on Alt Nation, Ch. 36 Replaying Wednesday 5/28 at 12 am ET Mark your calendars: Garage/blues rock duo The Black Keys are performing at The Mercy Lounge in Nashville this … Continued

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Baker’s Dozen Countdown (5/3/14): The Spectrum’s got a Fever, and the only cure is more Black Keys

In this week’s Baker’s Dozen, there’s just no stopping the Black Keys, who hit the top yet again with their No. 1 ranking single Fever. Meanwhile, Boy & Bear come in at number two with Southern Sun, Ray LaMontange warms … Continued

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Baker’s Dozen Countdown (5/3/14): The Spectrum’s got a Fever, and the only cure is more Black Keys

In this week’s Baker’s Dozen, there’s just no stopping the Black Keys, who hit the top yet again with their No. 1 ranking single Fever. Meanwhile, Boy & Bear come in at number two with Southern Sun, Ray LaMontange warms … Continued

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The Black Keys heat up the Baker’s Dozen Countdown (4/26/14)

Call a doctor! In this week’s Baker’s Dozen countdown, the Black Keys’ Fever takes the top spot for the third week running. The War On Drugs’ Red Eyes makes an impressive leap to number two, knocking Coldplay’s Magic down to … Continued

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The Black Keys heat up the Baker’s Dozen Countdown (4/26/14)

Call a doctor! In this week’s Baker’s Dozen countdown, the Black Keys’ Fever takes the top spot for the third week running. The War On Drugs’ Red Eyes makes an impressive leap to number two, knocking Coldplay’s Magic down to … Continued

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The Spectrum: Baker’s Dozen Countdown (4/19/14)

In this week’s Baker’s Dozen, the temperatures show no sign of dropping as Black Key’s Fever grabs the number one spot for the second time. Meanwhile, Coldplay’s Magic comes in at number two, Hozier’s Take Me To Church clocks in … Continued

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The Spectrum: Baker’s Dozen Countdown (4/19/14)

In this week’s Baker’s Dozen, the temperatures show no sign of dropping as Black Key’s Fever grabs the number one spot for the second time. Meanwhile, Coldplay’s Magic comes in at number two, Hozier’s Take Me To Church clocks in … Continued

Music, Pop, Rock

The Spectrum: Baker’s Dozen Countdown (4/12/14)

The temperatures are finally starting to rise this week, and Black Key’s Fever follows suit, grabbing the number one spot in The Spectrum‘s Baker’s Dozen Countdown. Hozier’s Take Me To Church makes a comeback at number two after last week’s … Continued

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The Spectrum: Baker’s Dozen Countdown (4/12/14)

The temperatures are finally starting to rise this week, and Black Key’s Fever follows suit, grabbing the number one spot in The Spectrum‘s Baker’s Dozen Countdown. Hozier’s Take Me To Church makes a comeback at number two after last week’s … Continued

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The Spectrum: Baker’s Dozen Countdown (4/5/14)

Coldplay may be crooning about falling hard and fast in Magic, but the first single off of their upcoming album, Ghost Stories, stands strong once again at number one in this week’s Baker’s Dozen Countdown. Ray Lamontange’s Supernova follows suit, … Continued

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The Spectrum: Baker’s Dozen Countdown (4/5/14)

Coldplay may be crooning about falling hard and fast in Magic, but the first single off of their upcoming album, Ghost Stories, stands strong once again at number one in this week’s Baker’s Dozen Countdown. Ray Lamontange’s Supernova follows suit, … Continued

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Meet SiriusXM’s Spectrum Certified Artist: The War On Drugs

Here at The Spectrum, we search out up-and-coming bands for you, our listeners. We’re dubbing these artists you might not yet have heard Spectrum Certified. Here’s an artist we can’t stop listening to: The War on Drugs. Who: The War … Continued

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Meet SiriusXM’s Spectrum Certified Artist: The War On Drugs

Here at The Spectrum, we search out up-and-coming bands for you, our listeners. We’re dubbing these artists you might not yet have heard Spectrum Certified. Here’s an artist we can’t stop listening to: The War on Drugs. Who: The War … Continued

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The Spectrum: Baker’s Dozen Countdown (3/29/14)

Coldplay’s Magic moves on up to the number one spot in this week’s Baker’s Dozen. Ray LaMontagne’s Supernova drops down to number two, but Beck’s Blue Moon beats out Hozier’s Take Me to Church for this week’s number three spot. … Continued

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The Spectrum: Baker’s Dozen Countdown (3/29/14)

Coldplay’s Magic moves on up to the number one spot in this week’s Baker’s Dozen. Ray LaMontagne’s Supernova drops down to number two, but Beck’s Blue Moon beats out Hozier’s Take Me to Church for this week’s number three spot. … Continued

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The Spectrum: Baker’s Dozen Countdown (3/22/14)

In this week’s Spectrum Baker’s Dozen, the previously reigning Hozier gets knocked down a peg by Ray LaMontagne’s Supernova. Meanwhile, Beck too gets pushed down to number four and replaced at number two by Hozier. Vance Joy, once at number … Continued

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The Spectrum: Baker’s Dozen Countdown (3/22/14)

In this week’s Spectrum Baker’s Dozen, the previously reigning Hozier gets knocked down a peg by Ray LaMontagne’s Supernova. Meanwhile, Beck too gets pushed down to number four and replaced at number two by Hozier. Vance Joy, once at number … Continued

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The Spectrum: Baker’s Dozen Countdown (3/15/14)

In this week’s Spectrum Baker’s Dozen, Hozier continues his Number One reign with the all-consuming Take Me To Church. Meanwhile, Beck is at number two with Blue Moon, Vance Joy is number three with Riptide, Marcus Mumford and Oscar Isaac … Continued

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The Spectrum: Baker’s Dozen Countdown (3/15/14)

In this week’s Spectrum Baker’s Dozen, Hozier continues his Number One reign with the all-consuming Take Me To Church. Meanwhile, Beck is at number two with Blue Moon, Vance Joy is number three with Riptide, Marcus Mumford and Oscar Isaac … Continued

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Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day with St. Paddy’s Day Radio, Queen, Hangover Hits + more on SiriusXM

CLICK HERE FOR THE 2015 ST. PADDY’S DAY SPECIALS! St. Patrick’s Day is just around the corner (or should we say just over the rainbow?), and SiriusXM is ready. In preparation for Monday, March 17, we’ve got our Kiss Me … Continued

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Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day with St. Paddy’s Day Radio, Queen, Hangover Hits + more on SiriusXM

CLICK HERE FOR THE 2015 ST. PADDY’S DAY SPECIALS! St. Patrick’s Day is just around the corner (or should we say just over the rainbow?), and SiriusXM is ready. In preparation for Monday, March 17, we’ve got our Kiss Me … Continued

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Watch Hozier’s first US Radio performance of Take Me to Church

I first heard Hozier towards the end of last year and was immediately struck by his voice – I hadn’t heard a voice that special in a really long time. While everyone is saying his single Take Me To Church … Continued

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Watch Hozier’s first US Radio performance of Take Me to Church

I first heard Hozier towards the end of last year and was immediately struck by his voice – I hadn’t heard a voice that special in a really long time. While everyone is saying his single Take Me To Church … Continued

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Watch The Wild Feathers get country rock right with Got It Wrong

Despite their roots in music hotspots like Tennessee, Texas, and Oklahoma, The Wild Feathers are hardly a five-piece country band. By the same token, their rock music has that signature hint of Southern sound. The band has made this combination … Continued

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Watch The Wild Feathers get country rock right with Got It Wrong

Despite their roots in music hotspots like Tennessee, Texas, and Oklahoma, The Wild Feathers are hardly a five-piece country band. By the same token, their rock music has that signature hint of Southern sound. The band has made this combination … Continued

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The Spectrum: Baker’s Dozen Countdown (3/8/14)

In this week’s Baker’s Dozen Countdown, Hozier’s Take Me to Church takes the number one spot again while Vance Joy’s Riptide sticks to number two. Beck’s Blue Moon makes an impressive jump to number three. U2’s Ordinary Love advances to … Continued

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The Spectrum: Baker’s Dozen Countdown (3/8/14)

In this week’s Baker’s Dozen Countdown, Hozier’s Take Me to Church takes the number one spot again while Vance Joy’s Riptide sticks to number two. Beck’s Blue Moon makes an impressive jump to number three. U2’s Ordinary Love advances to … Continued

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The Spectrum: Baker’s Dozen Countdown (3/1/14)

The Spectrum–spanning the past, present, and future of Rock–provides excellent listening for all generations, which is highlighted by their weekly Baker’s Dozen countdown. This week, Spectrum Certified artist Hozier took the top spot with Take Me To The Church, while … Continued

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The Spectrum: Baker’s Dozen Countdown (3/1/14)

The Spectrum–spanning the past, present, and future of Rock–provides excellent listening for all generations, which is highlighted by their weekly Baker’s Dozen countdown. This week, Spectrum Certified artist Hozier took the top spot with Take Me To The Church, while … Continued

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The Spectrum: Baker’s Dozen Countdown (2/22/14)

In this week’s Spectrum Baker’s Dozen Countdown, Vance Joy’s Riptide sticks to the number one spot, and Broken Bells are still Holding on for Life, grabbing the number two spot that Hozier held last week. Hozier takes hold of the … Continued

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The Spectrum: Baker’s Dozen Countdown (2/22/14)

In this week’s Spectrum Baker’s Dozen Countdown, Vance Joy’s Riptide sticks to the number one spot, and Broken Bells are still Holding on for Life, grabbing the number two spot that Hozier held last week. Hozier takes hold of the … Continued

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Meet SiriusXM’s Spectrum Certified Artists: Hozier + Bear’s Den

Written by The Spectrum’s Jess Besack Here at The Spectrum, we search out up-and-coming bands for you, our listeners. We’re dubbing these artists you might not yet have heard Spectrum Certified. Here are two new artists we can’t stop listening … Continued

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Meet SiriusXM’s Spectrum Certified Artists: Hozier + Bear’s Den

Written by The Spectrum’s Jess Besack Here at The Spectrum, we search out up-and-coming bands for you, our listeners. We’re dubbing these artists you might not yet have heard Spectrum Certified. Here are two new artists we can’t stop listening … Continued

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The Spectrum: Baker’s Dozen Countdown (2/15/14)

In this week’s Spectrum Baker’s Dozen Countdown, Lorde finally comes unstuck from number one to make way for Vance Joy’s Riptide. Hozier takes the number two spot with Take Me to Church, and Broken Bells is Holding On For Life … Continued

Music, Pop, Rock

The Spectrum: Baker’s Dozen Countdown (2/15/14)

In this week’s Spectrum Baker’s Dozen Countdown, Lorde finally comes unstuck from number one to make way for Vance Joy’s Riptide. Hozier takes the number two spot with Take Me to Church, and Broken Bells is Holding On For Life … Continued

Music, Pop, Rock

The Spectrum: Baker’s Dozen Countdown (2/7/14)

In this week’s Spectrum Baker’s Dozen countdown, Lorde takes the top spot once again with her enticingly mysterious single Team. In second place is Vance Joy with Riptide, and third place goes to Hozier’s Take Me To The Church. Check … Continued

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The Spectrum: Baker’s Dozen Countdown (2/7/14)

In this week’s Spectrum Baker’s Dozen countdown, Lorde takes the top spot once again with her enticingly mysterious single Team. In second place is Vance Joy with Riptide, and third place goes to Hozier’s Take Me To The Church. Check … Continued

Music, Rock

The Spectrum: Baker’s Dozen Countdown (2/3/14)

Looking for the best of the best when it comes to rock music? You’re in luck. Each week, The Spectrum highlights its generation-spanning hits with the Baker’s Dozen countdown. After quickly dropping out off the top of the Baker’s Dozen … Continued

Music, Rock

The Spectrum: Baker’s Dozen Countdown (2/3/14)

Looking for the best of the best when it comes to rock music? You’re in luck. Each week, The Spectrum highlights its generation-spanning hits with the Baker’s Dozen countdown. After quickly dropping out off the top of the Baker’s Dozen … Continued

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SiriusXM celebrates the 50th anniversary of The Beatles’ first U.S. visit

Would you believe it’s been half a century since Paul McCartney, John Lennon, George Harrison, and Ringo Starr first touched down on U.S. soil? Kicking off what would come to be known as the British Invasion, The Beatles first visited … Continued

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SiriusXM celebrates the 50th anniversary of The Beatles’ first U.S. visit

Would you believe it’s been half a century since Paul McCartney, John Lennon, George Harrison, and Ringo Starr first touched down on U.S. soil? Kicking off what would come to be known as the British Invasion, The Beatles first visited … Continued

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The Spectrum: Baker’s Dozen Countdown (1/25/14)

In this week’s Baker’s Dozen countdown, The Spectrum pays homage to the Grammy-nominated Lorde, who’s Team took the top spot. In second place is Marcus Mumford & Oscar Isaac’s Fare Thee Well (Dink’s Song), and third prize goes to Vance … Continued

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The Spectrum: Baker’s Dozen Countdown (1/25/14)

In this week’s Baker’s Dozen countdown, The Spectrum pays homage to the Grammy-nominated Lorde, who’s Team took the top spot. In second place is Marcus Mumford & Oscar Isaac’s Fare Thee Well (Dink’s Song), and third prize goes to Vance … Continued

Music, Pop, Rock

Live: Broken Bells perform Holding On for Life on SiriusXM

Airing 2/5 at 9 pm ET, 2/6 at 4 pm ET, 2/7 at 9 am ET, and 2/9 at noon ET on SiriusXM U  Airing 1/30 at 10 am ET, 1/31 at 4 pm ET, 2/1 at 1 pm ET on The Spectrum  Strong … Continued

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Live: Broken Bells perform Holding On for Life on SiriusXM

Airing 2/5 at 9 pm ET, 2/6 at 4 pm ET, 2/7 at 9 am ET, and 2/9 at noon ET on SiriusXM U  Airing 1/30 at 10 am ET, 1/31 at 4 pm ET, 2/1 at 1 pm ET on The Spectrum  Strong … Continued

Music, Rock

The Spectrum: Baker’s Dozen Countdown (1/17/14)

Looking for the best of the best when it comes to rock music? You’re in luck. Each week, The Spectrum highlights its generation-spanning hits with the Baker’s Dozen countdown. This week, Vance Joy stole the crown with his Riptide, pushing … Continued

Music, Rock

The Spectrum: Baker’s Dozen Countdown (1/17/14)

Looking for the best of the best when it comes to rock music? You’re in luck. Each week, The Spectrum highlights its generation-spanning hits with the Baker’s Dozen countdown. This week, Vance Joy stole the crown with his Riptide, pushing … Continued

Entertainment, Music, Pop, Rock, TV

Girls: The Spectrum Soundtrack

Written by The Spectrum’s Jessica Besack HBO’s Girls is known for making excellent music selections, and Season 3’s first two episodes were no exception. While Hannah, Shosh, Jessa, and Marnie spent time piecing their young lives back together, we heard … Continued

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Girls: The Spectrum Soundtrack

Written by The Spectrum’s Jessica Besack HBO’s Girls is known for making excellent music selections, and Season 3’s first two episodes were no exception. While Hannah, Shosh, Jessa, and Marnie spent time piecing their young lives back together, we heard … Continued

Music, Rock

The Spectrum: Baker’s Dozen Countdown (1/10/14)

Looking for the best of the best when it comes to rock music? You’re in luck. Each week, The Spectrum highlights its generation-spanning hits with the Baker’s Dozen countdown. This week, OneRepublic kicks The Boss off his thrown, coming in … Continued

Music, Rock

The Spectrum: Baker’s Dozen Countdown (1/10/14)

Looking for the best of the best when it comes to rock music? You’re in luck. Each week, The Spectrum highlights its generation-spanning hits with the Baker’s Dozen countdown. This week, OneRepublic kicks The Boss off his thrown, coming in … Continued

Music, Rock

The Spectrum: Baker’s Dozen Countdown (1/3/14)

Looking for the best of the best when it comes to rock music? You’re in luck. Each week, The Spectrum highlights its generation-spanning hits with the Baker’s Dozen countdown. This week, The Boss comes in at number one with High … Continued

Music, Rock

The Spectrum: Baker’s Dozen Countdown (1/3/14)

Looking for the best of the best when it comes to rock music? You’re in luck. Each week, The Spectrum highlights its generation-spanning hits with the Baker’s Dozen countdown. This week, The Boss comes in at number one with High … Continued

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SiriusXM’s best of 2013 countdowns

This year has been busy for everyone here at SiriusXM. Full of many memorable moments, big hits, and hot new artists. SiriusXM’s programmers have been hard at work recapping the past year and putting together their best of 2013 lists … Continued

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SiriusXM’s best of 2013 countdowns

This year has been busy for everyone here at SiriusXM. Full of many memorable moments, big hits, and hot new artists. SiriusXM’s programmers have been hard at work recapping the past year and putting together their best of 2013 lists … Continued

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