25 years of music from The Howard Stern Show
Sirius is opening up the archives of The Howard Stern Show and showcasing the most memorable musical performances from the past 25 years.
Starting on Friday, February 16th at 3pm ET and running all weekend long, Howard 101 is airing performances from music's biggest names, with commentary from musicians who have stopped by the show, along with memories from Howard and his cohorts, plus bits from inside the studio and off-site parties and road shows.
You'll hear the in-studio performances by legends such as James Taylor, Elton John, Stevie Wonder, AC/DC, Jethro Tull, Aerosmith, Alice Cooper, and Willie Nelson as well as classic performances by superstars like Dave Grohl, Alanis Morissette, Sheryl Crow, Counting Crows, and Stone Temple Pilots, among many others.
Recorded musical performances from 25 years of birthday shows, international shows and road shows will also air. Highlights include songs from Lenny Kravitz, David Bowie, Tom Jones, The Wallflowers, Sting and Bryan Adams.
And to add to the coolness, over the past 2 months interviews were conducted with artists (like Jon Bon Jovi, Dave Grohl, Steven Tyler, Rob Zombie, and Perry Farrell) to accompany their performances, and their commentary about their songs and experiences will also air.
Howard will also share which musicians and moments stood out to him from this remarkable collection. Robin, Fred, Gary, Artie, Scott the Engineer and Jackie "The Joke Man" Martling are just a few of The Howard Stern Show crew that will also reveal their favorite stories and memories.
There have been some truly great performances over the years, and this sounds like something that shouldn't be missed by any past or present Stern fan.
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