What are the "ins & outs" to XM radio?

Discussion in 'Music' started by Chet_F, Sep 30, 2003.

  1. Chet_F

    Chet_F Supporting Actor

    Mar 1, 2002
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    I just picked up a computer USB receiver for $50. Thought that was a great price to sample XM radio and see what it is all about. Here's the link if you are intersted.


    Just wondering what the good rock or blues stations are?

    Do they have live performances from artists like they do on the radio some times? And if so where do you find this info?

    I also have a XM ready deck. What would be the cheapest way to add-on a receiver for the deck?
  2. Brian L

    Brian L Cinematographer

    Jul 8, 1998
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    I personally like Deep Tracks (think FM radio from the 70's), Boneyard (80's hard rock), Squizz (current hard rock), Fred and Ethyl (new and old alternative).

    I don't frequent the blues stations much, but like the latin jazz station (Luna) a lot, and some of the lazz stations.

    They also play a lot of live stuff, as well as taped live shows from the BBC.

    You probably want to go to their web site. There are lists of artists that you will hear on each channel, as well as special shows that are coming up.


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