She’s Got the Mic: Channels and specials celebrating Women’s History Month

She's Got The Mic

For Women’s History Month, we’re shining a spotlight on our channels dedicated to the queens of pop, rock, hip-hop, country, and R&B.

Tune in to artist-hosted shows and Guest DJ sessions from today’s biggest hitmakers, hang out with the hilarious women of the She’s So Funny comedy channel, and discover stories that empower, uplift, and inspire from some of the most influential voices in entertainment, news, and sports.

Plus, hear can’t-miss interviews with barrier-breaking icons, historical deep dives, insightful advice, and much more.

Women’s History Month: Channels

Available to stream on the SiriusXM app year-round, these channels are popping up on satellite throughout the month of March — with special guest hosts and curators!

Queens of Hip-Hop

Ch. 79 • March 4–10 • Curated by Icons of the Genre

Women of Dance

Ch. 79 • March 11–17 • Hosted by Kylie Minogue

Queens of Pop

Ch. 79 • March 18–24 • Hosted by Avril Lavigne

Women of Rock

Ch. 79 • March 25–31 • Hosted by Sheryl Crow

Women of Country

Ch. 107 • March 4–10 • Hosted by Lainey Wilson

Queens of R&B

Ch. 107 • March 11–17 • Curated by Stars of the Genre

Latinas of Music

Ch. 107 • March 18–24 • Pioneers, Past and Present

Billboard Top 1000 Women’s History Month Countdown

Ch. 107 • March 25–31 • Counting Down Musical Icons

Women’s History Month: Music Specials

TikTok Radio: #WomenofTikTok Takeovers

Dua Lipa, Ice Spice, Olivia Rodrigo, Flo Milli, Kenya Grace, Tate McRae, and Pinkpantheress play their favourite TikTok songs.

Symphony Hall: Trailblazing Women in Classical Music

A curated playlist that celebrates the extraordinary contributions of women composers throughout the history of classical music. Often overlooked and underrepresented, these women have broken barriers and defied conventions to create some of the most innovative and captivating music.

The Coffee House: International Women’s Day

An all-day takeover celebrating female artistry, ranging from contemporary heavyweights like Taylor Swift and Maggie Rogers, indie darlings Phoebe Bridgers and beabadoobee, country and folk stars like Kacey Musgraves and Joy Oladokun, and timeless inspirations like Tracy Chapman and Sheryl Crow.

Octane: She Shreds

Women Rock Weekend spotlights all the female-fronted hard rock bands like Halestorm, In This Moment, The Pretty Reckless, Spiritbox, and many more.

Women’s History Month: Talk & Comedy Specials

She’s So Funny

New That’s What She Said episodes paired with full album plays, including Leslie Jones’ Problem Child.

Pure Comedy

Blocks from Pure Comedy’s favourite female comedians, every Tuesday at 4pm ET, all month long.

TODAY Show Radio

Manon interviews the women of TODAY about the women who inspired them.