Siriusxm jam on playlist

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Written by Jeff Modzelewski.

The jam band community was struck a blow last month when SiriusXM made the decision to remove Jam On from their regular radio lineup.  The station, which had been a part of SiriusXM for over a decade, was a tremendous resource for bands and fans alike. It was by far the largest and most widely available radio station available to jam band fans, giving fans an opportunity to listen to many of their favorite acts and discover new artists.  The station had knowledgeable DJ’s that were a part of the jam band community, featured interviews and in-studio performances that you couldn’t find anywhere else, and had a variety of regular shows that highlighted different areas of the jam community. There is simply no other resource for artists and fans that provides what Jam On provided.

SiriusXM has stated that Jam On isn’t gone, it’s simply been removed from the regular radio lineup and relegated to a streaming-only.  These are stations that subscribers can access, for an additional fee, through their computers or the SiriusXM app on their smartphones.  Accessing the station through a computer or an app, however, is a completely different experience than having the station easily accessible through the radio.  For starters, there is an additional cost to the app and streaming service. The standard SiriusXM service already costs $15.99 a month. The streaming option is an additional $5 a month.  While this is not a bank breaker, consumers have more streaming options than ever and often aren’t looking to add an additional streaming service when they often already have Spotify and Nugs.  Second, not everyone has unlimited data on their phones, and even if they do internet access can be very spotty on long drives. The satellite radio service is available no matter where you are since it doesn’t rely on cell phone coverage, and it takes up no phone data.  Finally, a radio is simply much easier to use while driving. Personally, I only want to use my cell phone for navigation while driving. If I’m flipping channels I don’t want to have to mess with my phone to do that when the radio is much more convenient.

Jam On was replaced with Phish Radio.  Clearly, Phish is deserving of their own station.  They have decades of live recordings and studio work as well as an extremely dedicated fanbase that can support a Phish station.  To say that they have been instrumental to the jam scene is a tremendous understatement. But adding Phish Radio does not mean that there isn’t a place for Jam On.  Not every jam fan is a massive Phish fan, and most Phish fans I know appreciate other jam bands as well. SiriusXM didn’t cancel their 90’s alternative station when they added Pearl Jam Radio and they didn’t cancel their classic rock station when they added Tom Petty Radio.  There is no reason Jam On and Phish Radio couldn’t coexist.

Jam On was far from a perfect station.  They played many of the same live recordings on a rotation.  The DJs often pushed many of their personal favorites as well.  But, despite some problems, Jam On was instrumental in helping me learn about the jam band scene when I first dove into the genre, and it continued to be a great way to learn about new music.  Whether it was my early discovery of Umphrey’s McGeeor Yonder Mountain String Band or it was more recent artists like TurkuazThe Main Squeeze, or Aqueous, Jam On is one of the primary ways I discover new jam music.  

A petition was created after the announcement and has gained over 15,000 signatures.  The jam band community may be a niche, but jam band fans are loyal and active.  The petition has also been shared by many bands that have benefited from exposure on Jam On.  I don’t know what it might take to change the decision of SiriusXM but I know that the jam band music community will make their voice heard.  I hope thatSiriusXM listens to the voice of this community and reconsiders brings Jam On back for all of their listeners.

If you are interested, the petition to bring Jam On back to the regular SiriusXM lineup can be found here:


List of Sirius XM Radio channels

Name FormatCore artists Satellite Internet SiriusXM # Dish Network # The BridgeMellow classic rock, soft rock and folk rock of the 70sFleetwood Mac
Elton John
James Taylor
Billy Joel
The Beatles
Simon & Garfunkel
Jackson Browne
Van Morrison
Crosby, Stills, Nash & YoungAvailableAvailable176032 The Beatles ChannelThe Beatles musicThe Beatles
John Lennon
Paul McCartney
George Harrison
Ringo StarrAvailableAvailable18N/A Bob Marley's Tuff Gong RadioBob Marley MusicBob MarleyAvailableAvailable19E Street RadioBruce Springsteen & The E Street Band MusicBruce Springsteen & The E Street BandAvailableAvailable206020 Underground GarageLittle Steven'sUnderground Garage (Garage rock, rock n' roll, garage rock revival, indie rock, proto-punk, punk rock, surf rock, acid rock, pub rock, glam rock, soul music, funk, roots rock, British Invasion, boogie and blues rock, various others)The Beatles
The Ramones
The Rolling Stones
Bo Diddley
The Who
The Hives
The Yardbirds
The Byrds
The Stooges
The White StripesAvailableAvailable216021 Pearl Jam RadioPearl Jam, 24/7Pearl Jam
Temple of the Dog
Mother Love Bone
Eddie Vedder
Led Zeppelin
Tom Petty
Bruce Springsteen
The Who
Neil YoungAvailableAvailable226022 The Grateful Dead ChannelMusic from the Grateful DeadGrateful Dead
Jerry Garcia Band
Old & In the Way
7 WalkersAvailableAvailable236023 Radio MargaritavilleJimmy Buffett and other music appealing to ParrotheadsJimmy Buffett
Bob Marley
Jack Johnson
Zac Brown Band
Toots and the Maytals
The Beach Boys
Little Feat
Kenny Chesney
Paul Simon
Sheryl Crow
UB40AvailableAvailable246024 Classic Rewind (formerly Big Tracks)Later Classic rock from the late 1970s to early 1990s and Early Mainstream rock music and hits, the "cassette era" of Classic RockTom Petty
Van Halen
The Cars
The Police
John Mellencamp
Pink FloydAvailableAvailable256025 Classic Vinyl (formerly Top Tracks)Early Classic rock from the 1960s to mid-1970sThe Beatles
The Rolling Stones
Led Zeppelin
The Who
Creedence Clearwater Revival
Eric Clapton
The Doors
Crosby, Stills, Nash & YoungAvailableAvailable266026 Deep TracksDeepclassic rock, progressive rock, Album-Oriented RockBob Dylan
The Allman Brothers Band
The Jimi Hendrix Experience
Led Zeppelin
The Beatles and soloists John Lennon, Paul McCartney, George Harrison and Ringo Starr
The Rolling Stones
The Who
Steely Dan
The Kinks
Steve Miller Band
Pink FloydAvailableAvailable276027 The Spectrum (formerly XM's XM Café)Adult album alternativeU2
Red Hot Chili Peppers
David Bowie
The Black Keys
Nathaniel Rateliff & the Night Sweats
Tom Petty
Pearl JamAvailableAvailable286028 Phish Radio[4]Music from PhishPhish and other related artistsAvailableAvailable29N/A Dave Matthews Band Radio[5]Music from Dave Matthews BandDave Matthews Band and other related artistsAvailableAvailable 30N/A Tom Petty RadioMusic from Tom PettyTom Petty and other related artistsAvailableAvailable316031 U2 X-Radio[6]Music from U2U2 and other related artistsAvailableAvailable32N/A 1st WaveNew wave, late 1970s–1980s alternative rock and Deep Classic Alternative; post-punk, first wave punk, late 70s–80s punk rock (non-hardcore); "New Pop/New Music" and 1980s synthpop; 1980s college rockDuran Duran
The Cure
Depeche Mode
The Smiths
The Police
New Order
The Pretenders
The Clash
BlondieAvailableAvailable336033 Lithium (formerly Lucy)1990s alternative rock, grunge, and alternative metalNirvana
Pearl Jam
Smashing Pumpkins
Stone Temple Pilots
Alice in Chains
Green Day
Red Hot Chili Peppers
The OffspringAvailableAvailable346034 SiriusXMU (replaced XM's XMU)Indie / College / UnsignedTame Impala
St. Vincent
LCD Soundsystem
Beach House
Arcade Fire
Courtney BarnettAvailableAvailable356035 Alt Nation (replaced XM's Lucy)Modern alternative rockCage the Elephant
Twenty One Pilots
Vampire WeekendAvailableAvailable366036 Octane (replaced XM's xL SquiZZ)The primary format is focused on Active rock. Octane's emphasis on their music, is Modern Hard Rock and Alternative MetalFive Finger Death Punch
Avenged Sevenfold
Nothing More
Stone Sour
Breaking Benjamin
Papa Roach
HellyeahAvailableAvailable376037 Ozzy's Boneyard (formerly XM's xL Boneyard)Classic hard rock and heavy metalOzzy Osbourne
Black Sabbath
Van Halen
Judas Priest
Iron Maiden
Guns N' RosesAvailableAvailable386038 Hair Nation (replaced XM's Big Tracks)Glam metal, hair metal, and hard rock music mostly from the 1980sBon Jovi
Mötley Crüe
Def Leppard
Skid Row
Guns N’ RosesAvailableAvailable396039 Liquid Metal – xLMostly extreme metal, some hardcore, metalcore and heavy metalPantera
Lamb of God
Machine Head
AnthraxAvailableAvailable406040 Turbo – xL1990s and 2000s hard rock, nu metalKorn
Linkin Park
Rage Against the Machine
Limp BizkitAvailableAvailable41N/A Jam OnJam bandsPhish
Widespread Panic
The Allman Brothers Band
Grateful Dead
Dave Matthews Band
My Morning Jacket
Umphrey's McGee
Disco Biscuits
String Cheese Incident
The Black CrowesAvailableAvailable3096029 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame RadioArtists inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.The Beatles
Buddy Holly
The Temptations
The Doors
Tom Petty
Pink Floyd
NirvanaAvailableAvailable310Yacht Rock RadioSmooth-sailing soft rock from the 1970s and 1980sMichael McDonald
Steely Dan
Christopher Cross
Hall & Oates
Kenny Loggins
TotoAvailableAvailable311Rock BarRock & Roll Jukebox SongsAC/DC
Lynyrd Skynyrd
Van Halen
The Ramones
Motley Crüe
Led ZeppelinAvailableAvailable313Faction Punk – xLPunk rockNOFX
Sex Pistols
The Ramones
Beastie Boys
Green Day
Rage Against the MachineAvailableAvailable3146041 (099-41) SiriusXM Comes Alive!Live classic rockLed Zeppelin
Pink Floyd
The Rolling Stones
The Doors
The PoliceNot AvailableAvailableXtra Channel
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Jam Band Essentials

The spirit of the '60s abides among improvising rockers—a.k.a. jam bands—and their open-eared fans. The style was forged in the storytelling guitars and jazz-caliber interactions of groundbreaking combos like the Grateful Dead and the Allman Brothers Band, who codified the two-set, ever-changing-setlist format that nearly every subsequent jam band adheres to. Vermont quartet Phish inherited a hefty portion of the Dead's audience following Jerry Garcia's death in 1995, and they delivered the goods with strong songwriting, brilliant group improvisations, and an unpredictable prankster spirit. New York's Blues Traveler and the Spin Doctors enjoyed hit singles, while techno-rockers the Disco Biscuits and double-guitar demons moe. hewed closer to their acid-rock forefathers. As Widespread Panic mined Southern rock's rowdiness and gothic sensuality, Colorado's String Cheese Incident and Leftover Salmon imported bluegrass into the electric mix. And Umphrey's McGee, the least crunchy of the pack, added a touch of emo to their riff-based heavy prog rock.

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