Stream non-stop Bowie with the SiriusXM David Bowie channel

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You can stream constant David Bowie with a special channel on SiriusXM, with tracks spun by celebrity DJs – for a limited time only.

Want to immerse yourself in the music of David Bowie? Right now SiriusXM’s David Bowie Channel has the legendary late artist’s entire catalogue playing constantly, filling a limited two week pop-up slot to celebrate what would have been his 75th birthday.

On channel 104 there’s rare recordings, remixes and live tracks playing around well-known Bowie hits. Covers by other artists also feature.

As well as the songs, celebrity DJs appear as guest presenters, sharing their favourite tracks as well as memories of the star. Guests include David Arquette and Beck.

Online radio service SiriusXM, which owns RouteNote partner Pandora, is a streaming app for vehicles and on devices that provides playlists with exclusive extras, podcasts, and sports programmes.

The launch comes just after the announcement that Warner Chappell paid $250 million for the rights to the whole of Bowie’s works. Expect to see many more deals like the David Bowie Channel from now on, with Bowie’s music popping up in other unexpected places.

The David Bowie Channel is available here on channel 104 until January 18th.

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