The Grateful Dead Channel

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The Grateful Dead Channel
The Grateful Dead Channel logo.svg
Broadcast area United States
Frequency Sirius XM Radio 23
Dish Network 6023
First air date September 7, 2007
Format The Grateful Dead
Class Satellite Radio Station
Owner Sirius XM Radio
Website The Grateful Dead Channel

The Grateful Dead Channel is a Sirius XM Radio channel playing music spanning American rock band The Grateful Dead's entire career including unreleased concert recordings.

It also has featured original shows hosted by band members Bob Weir, Mickey Hart, Phil Lesh, and Bill Kreutzmann. Rare archival interviews with Jerry Garcia are also featured. Another prime feature is Today in Grateful Dead History, in which the Dead's official archivist, David Lemieux, plays a selection from the Dead's touring past that took place on or near that date, together with his personal rembrances of particular venues or interpretations of what stretches were or were not artistically successful for the group.[1] The Channel also broadcast live the band's 2015 Fare Thee Well shows.[2]

This channel was originally on Sirius Satellite Radio. It airs on Sirius XM Radio channel 23 and on Dish Network channel 6023.


  1. ^ "SiriusXM Radio". Retrieved 2017-04-03. 
  2. ^ Blistein, Jon (2015-06-04). "SiriusXM to Broadcast Grateful Dead's 'Fare Thee Well' Concerts". Rolling Stone. Retrieved 2017-04-03. 

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