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I have had a Sirius subscription in my car for 5-6 years. On the way home from a grocery shopping spree today was I surprised scanning the channels when I came across the Led Zepplin channel. WOW!!! I absolutely adore Led Zepplin and Robert Plant. I guess I didn't know about it because I don't subscribe to Sirius emails.

 

When I got home I checked their website and discovered they have 9 new artist channels, looks like for a limited timeSmiley Sad. There is one for David Bowie, another favorite. 

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i really enjoy it also......would not want to be without it now.

my favorites.....

 

70s on 7

the love channel

all the holiday channels

the bridge

radio andy

some of the political talk channels

pitbull

soul town

howard stern

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Watercolors

Several Jazz selections

Symphony Hall

Motown Selections

Outlaws

Some of the beach music in the summer

 

Can't remember the exact titles for some of them.  

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Love my Sirius/XM.  

 

My favs: 60's.   

              70's

              80's

              The Pulse

              The Blend

              The Beatles (especially when Peter Asher hosts)

 

We have it in the cars and house and it has spoiled us for regular radio.

 

 

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@Lils Mom @I also have Sirius radio in all our vehicles and I have been wanting to get it in the house.  May I ask what speaker you stream thru? Thanks.

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@DWTS - We have a music system thoughout the house, with speakers in each room.  This is independent from the cars.  But you can get XM through a Smart TV or your laptop and stream it that way. HTH

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@Lils Mom wrote:

Love my Sirius/XM.  

 

My favs: 60's.   

              70's

              80's

              The Pulse

              The Blend

              The Beatles (especially when Peter Asher hosts)

 

We have it in the cars and house and it has spoiled us for regular radio.

 

 


I had a sirius radio in my room years ago.  Loved listening to Howard Stern.  I am thinking of getting it for my car.  I would listen to music instead of news all the time on my car radio.  Where I live music stations are not good lol

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@Lils Mom @Lucky you. I was wanting to have a speaker for my outdoor Ramada. When I call Sirius radio I get all overseas CS REP and never can understand what they are telling me. I will have to do some research on my own to figure it out. Thanks.

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If anyone wants to save some money try this.  I just did and it saved me a lot of money.  

 

I have been paying around 20 dollars monthly.  So I went into my account and clicked I want to cancel my account.  Then it brings up CHEAPER options.

 

I had my choice of paying 60 dollars for a year or 29 and change for 6 months for the same plan. 

 

It was so easy to get a reduction.  That was around 180 dollars in yearly savings for me. 

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@DWTS wrote:

@Lils Mom @I also have Sirius radio in all our vehicles and I have been wanting to get it in the house.  May I ask what speaker you stream thru? Thanks.


 

 

@DWTS 

 

if you add sirius/xm all access you can add the sirius/xm to your phone and/or computer. from my phone, i can then listen to it through my favorite portable speaker or ear buds.......i have a bose portable wireless speaker that has a great sound quality.

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