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Newspaper report says Sirius to announce an all-Bruce Springsteen channel beginning Nov. 1.
October 25, 2005: 7:36 AM EDT
Sirius Satellite Radio is reportedly ready to start offering an all-Springsteen channel on Nov. 1.
Sirius Satellite Radio is reportedly ready to start offering an all-Springsteen channel on Nov. 1.

NEW YORK (CNN/Money) - Sirius Satellite Radio is set to unveil a channel dedicated to rock star Bruce Springsteen, according to a published report.

The New York Post said the new offering will be unveiled Tuesday and is set to start Nov. 1, about two weeks before the release of the 30th anniversary three-disc box set of Springsteen's classic album "Born to Run."

The Post reports that the channel will be known as E Street Radio, named after Springsteen's band. It is to include rare recordings from Springsteen and the E Street band dating from early 1973, according to the newspaper. It also will offer track-by-track album discussions and an interview with Springsteen conducted by Dave Marsh, an author of two books on Springsteen, the Post reports.

Sirius (Research) is a subscription radio service that offers 120 channels of music, talk, sports and news. Its music channels are commercial free.

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