Why did SiriusXM get rid of The Joint?

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Why did SiriusXM get rid of The Joint?

They are demanding to know why, with the advent of Bob Marley’s Tuff Gong Radio, the reggae station, The Joint, has moved to a different channel, making it less accessible. “The Joint is now available on channel 722, but it’s not in their cars,” Gerlach said. “We just want more reggae.

What channel is Jamaican music on SiriusXM?

Reggae Rhythms

Broadcast area Off-Air
Frequency Sirius 84 Dish Network 6084
Format Reggae

Where is the reggae station on Sirius?

The #1 reggae and dancehall station, SiriusXM 42.

What XM station is Bob Marley?

SiriusXM channel 19
Bob Marley’s Tuff Gong Radio will launch on December 3rd on SiriusXM channel 19 and will feature the cultural icon’s entire music catalog, both live and recorded, including rare recordings, some of which have never been made available to the public.

Where can I listen to reggae in the US?

Reggae Radio – 501 Stations with Genre. Reggae. 1.FM – ReggaeTrade. Zug, Switzerland / Reggae. ReGGae 141. New York City, USA / Reggae. King Dub Radio. Marseille, France / Dub, Reggae. La Grosse Radio – Reggae.

How many reggae radio stations are there in the world?

373 Stations with Genre Reggae reggae 141 New York City, USA / Reggae 1.fm – reggaetrade Zug, Switzerland / Reggae king dub radio Marseille, France / Dub, Reggae concious radio London, United Kingdom / Reggae, Soul, Pirate radio la grosse radio – reggae Plaisir, France / Reggae uk roots fm 95.4 London, United Kingdom / Reggae, Soul, Pirate radio

What is real reggae music?

Real Reggae Music Since 1997! Craig Charles provides the ultimate Saturday night party playlist, spinning his way through seven decades of the finest funk and soul tunes. The World’s No1 Weekly Dancehall Podcast Show #DRB aka Dancehall Reggae Bashment Show! Courtesy DJYoungLion.com The best new cutting-edge reggae and classic cuts.

Why is reggae so popular in Rastafari?

But it is well known mainly thanks to its endorsement of the holy and ritual consumption of marijuana. Bob Marley and The Wailers, and also bands such as Big Youth, Black Uhuru and Burning Spear popularized the love affair between reggae and Rastafari.