SiriusXM Radio has declared that famous musicians Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band are going to perform at Harlem's legendary Apollo Theater on 9th of March, as a part of grand celebrations of satellite radio for completing 10 years of entertaining people.
This concert held exclusively SiriusXM satellite radio is going to be held three days after the release of Bruce Springsteen's new album titled Wrecking Ball, which is his 17th studio having eleven new songs. This concert organized by sirius satellite radio will also be aired live all over the country on E Street Radio.
Scott Greenstein, the President and Chief Content Officer of SiriusXM said that "We are proud and thrilled for the celebration of ten years of sirius satellite radio with some of the most promising superstars of pop genre of music like Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band, as they are true friends and followers of SiriusXM"
The followers and fans of sirius satellite radio have a chance to win tickets for this concert by visiting the website of SiriusXM Radio and one of those lucky listeners will win the grand prize including tickets of the happening concert, trip to the beautiful New York and a golden opportunity to company DJ on the E Street Radio.
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The satellite radio service Sirius buckled under pressure as negative response to the monopoly satellite radio service provider's removal of BBC 1 from its repertoire increased.
Hardly a week after it replaced BBC 1, Sirius XM, the satellite radio broadcaster, declared the channel's return, but in a half-hearted manner. BBC 1 will now be available on satellite radio, but only online.
Who asked the satellite radio service to remove the channel, why did it do so, why did it not inform customers beforehand and general lack of transparency, such things have irked customers against Sirius XM's sloppy customer care.
Fans of the said channel said they were not amused and would continue their agitation against the satellite radio provider until something concrete is not done.
The ardent followers of Sirius Satellite Radio were not happy last week as the service suddenly pulled BBC Radio 1 from its channel line up with no warning. The satellite radio replaced the programming with a loop about making space for a new channel.
Subscribers are ruing the lack of transparency from the satellite radio about this move. The common opinion is that if it is a subscriber based service then they should definitely have a say in the decisions. The power of the subscribers cannot be under estimated and there was a Facebook page for getting back BBC Radio 1 back on the satellite radio within hours of its removal. The page has an active group of 3,500 members.
All the calls and messages to the satellite radio have been useless as they have been ignoring the question with common answers regarding the feedback but no actual information about the removal of BBC Radio 1.