SIRIUS XM offering five channels of Holiday music


SIRIUS XM Radio announced its extensive holiday music lineup featuring five commercial-free specialty channels. The channels will showcase traditional holiday songs, classical Christmas carols, Hanukkah music, country Christmas hits and contemporary festive music. The special holiday programming will feature holiday music favorites recorded by artists including Dean Martin, Paul McCartney, Andy Williams, Mariah Carey, the Mormon Tabernacle Choir and Trans Siberian Orchestra.

SIRIUS XM Radio holiday channel lineup features:

Holly (SIRIUS channel 3 and XM channel 23) will feature contemporary holiday music as well as traditional favorites, including songs by John Mayer, Colbie Caillat, Josh Groban and Michael Buble.
Monday, November 16—Thursday, December 31.

Holiday Traditions (SIRIUS channel 4 and XM channel 4) will feature traditional holiday recordings from the ‘40s through the ‘60s by artists such as Bing Crosby, Andy Williams, Ray Conniff and Nat “King” Cole. 
Monday, November 16—Friday, December 25.

Holiday Pops (SIRIUS channel 79 and XM channel 77) will feature classical Christmas carols sung by the greatest classical musicians of all-time, including the Mormon Tabernacle Choir, Luciano Pavarotti, Boston Pops and Leontyne Price.
Monday, November 16—Friday, December 25.

Country Christmas (SIRIUS channel 62 and XM channel 10) will feature a wide-ranging assortment of country Christmas music, including Garth Brooks, Carrie Underwood and Kenny Rogers.
Monday, December 7—Friday, December 25.

Radio Hanukkah (SIRIUS channel 76 and XM channel 28) will feature an extensive collection of Hanukkah music and special segments celebrating Jewish culture, including Jewish community leaders, prominent artists and various celebrities sharing personal stories and memories about the holiday season. Radio Hanukkah will also feature a live broadcast of the lighting of the National Menorah on the Ellipse in front of the White House.
Monday, December 7—Saturday, December 19.