Beastie Boys Channel


SiriusXM launched six new radio stations dedicated to legendary musicians including Beastie Boys, Bob Marley, Coldplay, Michael Jackson and Queen, plus the return of The Prince Channel!

Each new station will be dedicated to one of the six iconic musicians featuring music from that artist, commentary, guest DJs, and live music experiences!

Beastie Boys radio will feature exclusive commentary and stories from the band members as well as a guest DJ series entitled "Pass the Mic" including appearances by Z-Trip, Sean Lennon, and more! The Beastie Boys channel goes live on Channel 35 through July 21st.

Bob Marley's Tuff Gang Radio


Listen to Bob Marley's Tuff Gong Radio on Channel 42 through August 13th to hear from the Marley family and exclusive live content from Marley and his band, The Wailers with guest DJ sets from Jack Johnson, Carlos Santana, and more!

Coldplay Channel


Be sure to tune in to channel 28 through July 21st every weeknight at 8 p.m. EST to hear live content from Coldplay's extensive career as well as a live album from their 2008 "Viva La Vida" tour. Big name such as Dua Lipa, Demi Lovato, and Shawn Mendes will appear as guest DJ's so don't miss out!

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The Michel Jackson Channel features songs from the King of Pop's large catalog with engaging content from Jackson 5 members and voiced by journalist and long time friend Steven Ivory. Tune in channel 50 through July 21 to celebrate Jackson's impressive career.

Queen Radio


Rock out to the Queen station on channel 27 through July 21st to hear the band's biggest hits curated by guest DJ's such as Foo Fighter's Dave Grohl and Taylor Hawkins, and Catherine Zeta-Jones. The channel will also feature exclusive content from their iconic 1985 Live Aid performance.

Prince Channel


The Prince channel is back through August 13th playing "Purple Playlists" form the likes of Maya Rudolph and Naomi Campbell. Don't be afraid to sing along to the iconic musician on channel 50 starting July 22nd.

Tune into these specially curated playlist featuring the biggest names in music using the SiriusXM app!

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