Fireman Radio

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Fireman Radio was a limited-run channel on Sirius XM Radio, devoted to the music of Paul McCartney. The channel aired from February 14-March 13, 2009 on Sirius channel 33 and XM channel 27, temporarily pre-empting the soft-rock channel The Bridge.

The commercial-free Fireman Radio was launched in celebration of McCartney's new album, Electric Arguments, and featured music from the records of McCartney himself, Wings, and the three albums created by the Fireman, as well as some surprises. It also featured a new, in-depth interview with McCartney and periodic "fireside chats," where the singer would speak his thoughts on cultural matters like politics, current events, music, and other assorted topics.

Sirius XM also featured exclusive video clips from the McCartney interview on the Fireman Radio website.

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