David Bowie Channel Returns to SiriusXM

David Bowie with dyed red hair and a mustard yellow suit, circa 1974.
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David Bowie with dyed red hair and a mustard yellow suit, circa 1974. 

To honor David Bowie, who died Sunday following a private 18-month battle with cancer, SiriusXM has brought back the David Bowie Channel. 

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The Bowie-dedicated station first aired in 2013 and features music from the rock icon's expansive career -- that includes everything from his earliest recordings to his newest album, Blackstar, along with rare recordings and demos from throughout his more than 50-year career.

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"We are fans of his music and admirers of his talent, and so it is with great sadness that we mark his passing," said SiriusXM president and chief content officer Scott Greenstein in a statement. "Since his death, many of our channels have been playing music from his legendary career. Now we'd like to present an entire channel devoted to his artistic genius and extraordinary musical longevity."

The David Bowie Channel re-launched Tuesday (Jan. 12) at 7 p.m. ET and will run until Monday, Jan. 18, on SiriusXM's The Loft station, channel 30. 


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