SiriusXM to Launch The Cher Channel

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The satellite radio channel will broadcast music by the icon, music from The Cher Show, and stories from the legend—plus listeners can win a chance to see the Broadway show or see her performance at Madison Square Garden.

For a limited time, SiriusXM satellite radio will broadcast The Cher Channel, showcasing music from Cher’s six-decade career, beginning April 17 at 12PM ET.

The channel will be available to Sirius subscribers through May 1 at 3AM ET.

The new channel (Channel 4) will feature Cher’s music, music from the newly released original cast recording of Broadway’s The Cher Show, as well as stories from Cher about her work and her life. “I can’t imagine anyone doing a better job with my music than the brilliant cast of The Cher Show and I’m looking forward to talking about the show and my career on the new SiriusXM channel,” commented Cher. The channel will also be available via streaming.

Subscribers since April 3, 2019, will also be able to enter to win one grand prize of two trips for two to New York City including airfares, hotel stays and a pair of tickets to see The Cher Show on Broadway, plus see Cher live at Madison Square Garden from the front row and meet her at the show. See Official Rules for complete details at siriusxm.com/Cher2019.

Currently on tour with Here We Go Again, her album featuring the songs of ABBA, Cher stopped by The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon for a full hour dedicated to her.

READ: Watch All the Highlights From the The Cher Show Takeover of The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon

She appeared on the TODAY Show in an extended interview with costume and fashion designer Bob Mackie and TODAY’s Jenna Bush Hager. She spoke about seeing her life onstage (“I thought, ‘Sonny is somewhere having the best time,’” she said) her collaboration with Mackie and more. Watch the full video above.

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