It’s time for satellite radio!

I’ve never been a HUGE radio listener.  And I can probably count on one hand the amount of times I’ve faithfully tuned to a radio station.  For me, the only times I really get into the radio is when I am hunting all day long and need a steady dose of country music or, for some ridiculous reason, I happen to be up at or around 7am to see if I can catch some random Donny Baker rant on ”The Bob & Tom Show”.  When it comes to radio, my biggest gripe was always too much advertisement and not enough music.

Every now and again, some salesperson from Sirius will inconveniently call me and try to hustle me into a renewal subscription.  So after much “negotiation” (which resulted in getting a smokin’ deal),  I agreed to renew my Sirius Satellite radio subscription in my car.  Up until I started the MLHR program, I didn’t spend a whole of time in my car commuting.  But now, I’m in my car at least 30-35 minutes three times per week at a minimum.  Needless to say, I feel this is more of a “school-related” purchase than anything to me.

With all that being said, I’ve decided to share some of my favorite Sirius satellite below for your reading.

My favorite channels (in numerical order):

1.)  80′s on Ch. 8.  If you are an 80′s wild child that wore HyperColor & bleached jeans and  lived and breathed Metallica, then this station is for you.  Just yesterday, I heard Styx, a ton of Def Leopard and Warrant.

2.)  90′s on Ch. 9.  Dr. Dre.  Snoop Dogg.  BizMarkie.  Skee-lo.  Tupac.  Notorious B.I.G.  Boyz II Men.  If you like those artists, then you will find them on this station.  I grew up in this era…and this is my kind of music.  This station is like taking a trip down memory lane.

3.)  The Pulse – Ch. 12.  This is a Top 40 Hits station.

4.) Coffee House – Ch. 30.  This is one of my favorite stations.  It has live acoustic & original recording from well-known as well as up-and-coming artists looking for their big break.  My only quip with this is that the station started playing The Beatles.  And I don’t like The Beatles.  They already have a station on Sirius dedicated to BEATLES only.

5.)  Electric Area – Ch.38.  Techno-beats.  If you need some rage music (FYI, Garren Cabral, fellow MLHR blogger), then this is the station for you.  24/7 Techno, Trance and Dance beats.

6.)  Seriously Sinatra – Ch. 75.  Such a great station.  Frank Sinatra is amazing.  And I love this kind of music because it mellows me out and keeps me in a lighthearted mood.

These are just 5 of about 150+ commercial free stations.  I didn’t even mention the 40+ news, comedy, sports, weather and traffic stations that I enjoy.  I think the station I am looking forward to most (and I haven’t checked to see if it LIVE yet) is the all ”Charlie Sheen” station.  Because from what I’ve gathered from Charlie Sheen this week, I’m all about “bi-winning” and I’m sure there will be something meaningful being broadcasted.


3 Responses to “It’s time for satellite radio!”


  1. 1 Garren Cabral March 14, 2011 at 9:02 pm

    I LOVE THE 90s. And that I get a bi-weekly reference. And Charlie Sheen. And Top 40. You should use your “smokin deal” and get them to create a SOULJA BOY RADIO.

  2. 2 Eric J Dosch March 15, 2011 at 11:21 am

    @garren. play on playa

  3. 3 Rob March 30, 2011 at 6:53 pm

    In no particular order:

    Ch 19 – Boneyard. This is where they play the GOOD AC/DC.
    Ch 22 – First Wave. If you want to know how old I am, all your evidence is here. This is the stuff that was HUGE when I was in high school.
    Ch 25 – Underground Garage. Very eclectic. This channel is all over the place.
    Ch 30 – Coffeehouse. If you want to go mellow, this is the channel. Relaxes me like nothing else.
    Ch 75 – Sinatra. Nuff said.
    Ch 100 – H Stern. Addicted to him like nothing else.
    Ch 103/104/105 – comedy channels. Good for a laugh when you need one.
    Ch 120-128 – various sports channels. When it’s NFL season, I park my ears here.

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