Rolling Stones Radio will start up this Friday, May 1st at 9 am ET, giving listeners all the Rolling Stones music they want and more all month long.
Rolling Stones Radio, which debuted on SiriusXM in 2008, has been updated and expanded, giving new and lifelong Stones fans a comprehensive journey through the band’s almost six-decade career, while also including their new song “Living In A Ghost Town,” which was completed during quarantine. Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Charlie Watts, and Ronnie Wood share thoughts and memories about writing and recording their biggest songs, performing live, friendships, and the band’s legacy. Rolling Stones Radio will be available all month on the SiriusXM app in the Rock category.
SiriusXM has collaborated with legendary artists and their representatives to create personally curated audio experiences for listeners everywhere. Alongside The Rolling Stones, listeners can hear channels dedicated to megastars David Bowie, Eagles, Fleetwood Mac, George Strait, Guns N’ Roses, Led Zeppelin, Metallica, and Prince starting on Friday, May 1.
To make these special experiences accessible to everyone, SiriusXM also revealed an extension of SiriusXM’s unprecedented Stream Free access offer through May 31, making the full lineup of Premier Streaming content available to any listener in North America.
These new limited-run dedicated artist channels are examples of SiriusXM music channels created with iconic and leading artists including The Beatles, Bruce Springsteen, Tom Petty, Pearl Jam, Eminem, LL COOL J, Phish, Garth Brooks, Kenny Chesney, Diplo, Elvis Presley, Frank Sinatra, and more.
The SiriusXM app is available on mobile phones, tablets, and computers, as well as on a wide variety of connected devices in the home including smart TVs, devices with Amazon Alexa or the Google Assistant, Apple TV, PlayStation, Roku, Sonos speakers, and more. The SiriusXM app also offers additional features such as SiriusXM video, Personalized Stations Powered by Pandora that listeners can curate themselves, and an On Demand library with more than 10,000 hours of archived shows, exclusive music performances, interviews, and audio documentaries.