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Eddie Vedder On SiriusXM

Oh the dying dinosaur of satellite radio.  Who on Earth is still paying for that nonsense?  We here at rocknyc are pro Spotify and if you’re going to drop your dime for music they’re the place to go. 


Anyone with a half way decent phone (even my crap Blackberry) and be plugged in the car for nonstop tunes. Spotify, Pandor, even Iheartradio- all are better than SiriusXM.   Hey and you don’t have to worry about losing your signal in a tunnel or mountain either. 


Sirius had to eat XM Radio just to stay alive and now its draggin out the corpses for any ounce of business they can muster.  Enter Mr. Eddie Vedder who will now have his own radio show.


May I ask who cares?  Eddie needs to record with Pearl Jam and tour not sit on his ass talking on a microphone and gazing lovely at a poster of Neil Young.  Enough already you’re throwing away great talent.


This worthless radio show is a venue for Eddie to share his love of old school punk and of course some unreleased Pearl Jam tunes.


'Eddie has been the voice of a generation and a voice with a conscience and we are happy to have him take up residence here to do his own show,' said Scott Greenstein, President and Chief Content Officer, SiriusXM. 'Eddie's record collection could tell some stories all by itself, let alone with Eddie at the helm; we know our listeners will enjoy hearing this one.'


Eddie as voice of a generation? What generation?  And when is the last time this guy did anything worth noting anyway?  Two dinosaurs for twenty bucks a month.  Pass,

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