SiriusXM Launches Limited-Run ‘The Grammy Channel’

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SiriusXM launches the limited-run ‘The Grammy Channel,’ the event’s ‘Official Audio Experience.’

SiriusXM announced the return of The Grammy Channel in collaboration with the Recording Academy, celebrating the 65th Annual Grammy Awards by honoring the artists, albums, and songs nominated this year. The channel will feature Adele, Beyonce, Brandi Carlile, Jack Harlow, Miranda Lambert, Lizzo, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Harry Styles, Taylor Swift, The Black Keys, and many more, leading up to a live broadcast of the event on Sunday, February 5. The limited-edition channel is live now through February 7.

Starting today on SiriusXM channel 105, listeners can hear music, stories, and insights from this year’s Grammy nominees, SiriusXM hosts, and Harvey Mason Jr., Recording Academy CEO. Additionally, listeners can hear interviews, coverage from the red carpet, and songs from this year’s Lifetime Achievement Award Honorees.

Hosted by Trevor Noah, the 2023 Grammy Awards will be broadcast live on February 5 at 8 PM ET / 5 PM PT. Performances from nominees will include two-time winner Bad Bunny, six-time winner Brandi Carlile, first-time nominee Kim Petras, three-time winner Lizzo, Luke Combs, Mary J. Blige, Sam Smith, and Steve Lacy. 

Nine-time Grammy winner Mary J. Blige is nominated for six awards this year, including Record of the Year, Album of the Year, Best R&B Performance, Best Traditional R&B Performance, Best R&B Song, and Best R&B Album. 

Kim Petras is a first-time Grammy nominee, up for Best Pop Duo/Group Performance for “Unholy” with Sam Smith, a four-time Grammy winner also nominated for the same track.

This year, Luke Combs is up for awards in three of the four country music categories. They include Best Country Duo/Group Performance for “Outrunnin’ Your Memory,” Best Country Song for “Doin’ This,” and Best Country Album for Growin’ Up.

Steve Lacy is nominated for four Grammy awards this year, including Record of the Year for “Bad Habit,” Song of the Year for “Bad Habit,” Best Pop Solo Performance for “Bad Habit,” and Best Progressive R&B Album for Gemini Rights.