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E Street Radio

E Street Radio
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Broadcast area United States
Canada
Frequency Sirius XM Radio 20
Dish 6020
Format Bruce Springsteen & The E Street Band
Class Satellite Radio Station
Owner Sirius XM Radio
Website SiriusXM: E Street Radio

E Street Radio is a Sirius XM Radio channel, broadcasting on Sirius 20[1] (previously 10) and XM 20[2] (previously 58) since November 12, 2008, as well as on Dish Network channel 6020. Its format concentrates on Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band, including interviews, guest disc jockey sessions, studio outtakes, concert recordings, rarities and more.

This was originally a Sirius-only channel, starting on November 1, 2005, to coincide with the release of Born to Run 30th Anniversary Edition. That run finished three months later on January 31, 2006.

Sirius restarted E Street Radio on Channel 10 on September 27, 2007, in anticipation of his album Magic and the Magic Tour.[3] Programed by Thomas Wilkinson

Celebrities that are Springsteen fans often appear on the channel. Brian Williams, Tom Morello, Pete Yorn, Dr. Oz, and even E Street Band member Max Weinberg's son Jay Weinberg have appeared on the channel.

E Street Radio celebrated ten years of satellite radio on March 9, 2012 with an exclusive live performance at the Apollo Theatre from Springsteen and the E Street Band to kick off the Wrecking Ball Tour.

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