DAVE GROHL, CHEAP TRICK Performances Scheduled For Debut Of 'Howard Stern's Saturday Soundtracks'

March 6, 2019

Howard Stern and SiriusXM have announced "Howard Stern's Saturday Soundtracks", a weekly exploration of the most intimate, innovative, and inspiring music performances recorded both recently and over the decades on "The Howard Stern Show".

The radio premiere will be March 9 at 9:00 a.m. ET on his exclusive SiriusXM channel, Howard 101, with replays later in the day. A new episode will air every Saturday and be available On Demand via the SiriusXM app.

The Howard Stern Video episode of "Saturday Soundtracks" will be released every Saturday via the SiriusXM app, and will provide fans with performances that haven't been seen in many years.

Howard Stern is among the strongest advocates for musicians, giving exposure on his massive radio show to major artists and up-and-comers. Last year, he inducted BON JOVI into the Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame. Last week, Stern welcomed Gary Clark, Jr. on the show, with DEF LEPPARD expected to be a guest in March.

"The Howard Stern Show"'s music archives are a master class in songwriting, musicianship, and performance. Amazing artists play hits, personal choices, and tribute covers, in the intimate setting of Howard's radio studio — sometimes acoustic and sometimes with full concert rigs.

The debut of "Howard Stern's Saturday Soundtracks" will feature video of CHEAP TRICK's "I Want You to Want Me" (2006),and audio of Dave Grohl's first-ever unplugged performance of "Everlong" (1998),Lady Gaga's solo piano rendition of "Million Reasons" (2016),and James Taylor singing "Fire & Rain" (2015).

In addition to showcasing musical performances, Howard Stern Video via the newly re-designed SiriusXM app also provides subscribers with Howard's full-length interviews with celebrity guests and highlighted show clips and specials.

SiriusXM subscribers with streaming access can listen to SiriusXM's 200+ channels — including Howard 100 and Howard 101 — at home on a wide variety of connected devices including smart TVs, Amazon Alexa devices, Apple TV, Sony PlayStation, Roku, Sonos speakers and more.

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