SiriusXM Adds 'Rolling Stone Music Now' Show

SiriusXM Adds 'Rolling Stone Music Now' Show


SiriusXM Adds 'Rolling Stone Music Now' Show news

‘Rolling Stone Music Now” will become a weekly live show on SiriusXM’s new 24/7 music talk channel Volume.

SiriusXM announced that Rolling Stone Music Now, the magazine's weekly music podcast, will be featured on the broadcasting company's new 24/7 music talk channel Volume. The show, hosted by executive editor Nathan Brackett, will take place live in SiriusXM's studios and will continue to feature a panel of the magazine's writers, editors and contributors alongside new interviews with veteran and up-and-coming acts.

Volume is set to debut on October 17th at 7 a.m., with Rolling Stone Music Now set to be a weekly feature. Brackett and his team will analyze current news and include the audience in the show to discuss new music. The podcast, which debuted earlier this year and has featured interviews with everyone from Florence Welch to David Crosby, is available on iTunes and Spotify.

Volume's hefty roster of programming will also include Eddie Trunk's Trunk Nation, Elliott Wilson's Rap Radar Report, Scott Ian's Never Meet Your Heroes, Melissa Etheridge's Melissa's Basement, True Stories With Kurt Loder, a music trivia game show hosted by Jim Shearer and a daily morning talk show called Feedback, which will feature Lady Gaga as its first guest on October 17th between 7 a.m. and 10 a.m.