Just at the right time, SiriusXM launches dedicated David Bowie channel
SiriusXM is launching a channel dedicated to David Bowie on the occasion of the late singer’s 75th birthday.
On January 8, Bowie fans will be able to tune in to listen to music from their entire catalog. The launch of a dedicated David Bowie channel follows Warner Chappell’s acquisition of Bowie’s âwhole body of workâ. At the time of the deal, Warner Chappell co-president and COO Carianne Marshall said her company intended to take Bowie’s music “to dynamic new places”, reaching “multiple avenues. and platforms “.
The David Bowie channel on SiriusXM will feature live tracks, concerts, rare tracks and remixes of Bowie’s greatest songs.
The chain’s famous guest DJs include Beck, Billy Corgan, Linda Perry, Carlos Alomar, Rosanna Arquette, David Arquette, Patrick Stump, and more will showcase their favorite David Bowie songs and share their memories of the legendary singer with fans. .
However, the deal doesn’t seem permanent, as it’s a SiriusXM pop-up channel limited to two weeks. Listeners have January 4-18 to enjoy Sirius XM 104.
Along with the dedicated David Bowie channel, SiriusXM also featured live performances from other top artists.
The 2021 Small Stage Series featured 16 live performances in a limited edition channel through January 4 of 104 – the channel now occupied by Bowie. These live performances included artists Alicia Keys, Brandi Carlile, Coldplay, Dave Matthews, Ed Sheeran, Glass Animals, HER, J Balvin, J. Cole, Jason Aldean, Kane Brown, Kenny Chesney, Nathaniel Rateliff & the Night Sweats, Shaggy, The Go-Go’s and twenty-one pilots.
SiriusXM is also to honour Elvis’ 87th birthday on January 8 with Elvis Radio on Channel 75. Fans can tune in from January 7-9 to listen to exclusive specials featuring Elvis music and more. A special anniversary edition of Elvis Live in Concert and the Elvis Top 87 countdown will complete the performances on the channel.
The Billy Joel channel is also return in January on Channel 105 from January 4 to February 2. Fans can hear brand new episodes of BJ the DJ hosted by Billy Joel himself, with Billy playing his 60s record library. Billy also talks about his experiences in the industry with Tony Bennett, his favorite ZZ song. Top and his Broadway musical, and much more.
Phish’s “Dinner and Movie” concert also airs on SiriusXM and Phish Radio. The three ensembles in the Audience-Free Ensemble are available for listening for a limited time.