SiriusXM Sets New Year’s Eve Concerts

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SiriusXM LogoWhether you’re partying or relaxing at home this New Year’s Eve, SiriusXM’s got the music covered. The satellite radio giant will be broadcasting live concerts from the likes of Willie Nelson, Jimmy Buffett, Dead & Company and more, as well as classic rock performances from years gone by.

On E Street Radio, Bruce Springsteen fans can travel back in time to hear the Boss play Tower Theater in Upper Darby, PA in 1975, and at Nassau Coliseum in Uniondale, NY in 1980. Pearl Jam Radio will broadcast the grunge rock band playing at the Academy in New York City in 1992. Meanwhile, Elvis Radio shares Presley’s 1976 performance at the Civic Center Arena in Pittsburgh, PA.

Fourteen satellite radio channels will also air year end countdown specials. (The list includes Alt Nation, Octane, SiriusXMU, Hits 1, The Pulse, BMP, Chill, Shade 45 and The Highway, among others.) For more info, check out SiriusXM’s website.

SiriusXM New Year’s Eve Live Concert Lineup:

Dead & Company at the Forum in Los Angeles – airing live on the Grateful Dead Channel

Jimmy Buffett at the Barclay’s Center in Brooklyn – airing live on Radio Margaritaville

Willie Nelson from Austin City Limits Live at the Moody Theater in Austin, TX – airing live on Willie’s Roadhouse

Morrissey at the Galen Center in Los Angeles – airing live on 1st Wave

Gregg Allman at the Atlanta Symphony Hall in Atlanta, GA – airing live on Classic Vinyl

Widespread Panic at the Fox Theatre in Atlanta – airing live on Jam_On

Southside Johnny from the Court Basie in Red Bank, NJ – airing live on E Street Radio

KC & the Sunshine Band from the Thunder Valley Casino Resort in Lincoln, CA – airing live on 70’s on 7

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