Lucy (XM)

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Broadcast area off-air
Branding Lucy
Slogan The Killers of Alternative
Frequency XM 54
DirecTV 838
First air date February 1, 2004
Format '90s Alternative, Modern rock Hits and Grunge rock
Class Satellite Radio Station
Owner XM Satellite Radio

Lucy was a Commercial-Free Classic 90's Alternative rock/modern rock music Channel on XM Satellite Radio. It was the sibling channel of Ethel (ch 47), which it plays New Alternative hits of Today and Modern rock. Fred, to which it plays 70's and 80's Deep Classic alternative and Classic Modern rock hits and xL SquiZZ, in which It plays Hard alternative and Uncensored New Hard rock music. It first launched on February 1st, 2004 along with MSNBC Radio, which it plays News and Talk from MSNBC, Highway 16, in which it plays Today's New Country hits, xL Fungus 53, that plays Uncensored Punk, Hardcore and Ska rock and The Blend, in which it plays Mainstream Adult Contemporary and Lite Pop hits.

Lucy was on Channel 54 on XM Radio and was on Channel 838 on DirecTV and was Rated "TV-PG".

Lucy had no DJs on the Channel and was 100% Commercial-Free, along with the Other XM Music radio channels, like xL The Rhyme, xL RAW, The System, America, Beyond Jazz, Fred, Top 20 on 20, Chrome, XM Cafe, The City, Top Tracks and Spirit since February 1st. In February 2007, It got merged as part of the Sirius XM Merger and was replaced by Sirius Radio's Classic 1990's Alternative and Grunge rock channel, Lithium.