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09/21/2020 | News release | Distributed by Public on 09/22/2020 13:27

Celebrate Latinx & Hispanic Heritage Month with exclusive music specials on SiriusXM

SiriusXM's Spanish-language music channels are celebrating Latinx & Hispanic Heritage Month by paying tribute to the generations of Latin American musicians who have positively influenced and enriched the world. From now through October 15, listeners will hear live performances, engaging interviews, and exclusive Guest DJ sessions with the biggest global acts - including Pedro Capó, Marco Antonio Solís, Ally Brooke, Jhay Cortez and Lunay, and Gilberto Santa Rosa.

Scroll down to see broadcast times for this week's specials airing on Caliente (top Latinx music hits), Águila (regional Mexican music), Flow Nación (Latinx urban music), Viva (contemporary Latinx pop), Caricia (classic Spanish and English ballads), Latidos (Latinx love songs), La Kueva (Latinx rock), and Rumbón (classic salsa). For more information about our Spanish-language channels, click here.

Check back for broadcast schedule updates throughout the month, and tune in to each channel on the SiriusXM app now.

Week 2 Schedule (all times ET)

One on One: Jhay Cortez & Lunay

One on One is an exclusive SiriusXM show featuring an in-depth conversation about contemporary music and pushing Latinx and Hispanic culture forward. In this edition, Jhay Cortez and Lunay go behind the beats and lyrics of their new collab, 'Prendemos,' with producer Haze.

Tuesday, September 22 at 1pm

Wednesday, September 23 at 10am

Thursday,September 24 at 7pm

Juntos Somos M.A.S.: Marco Antonio Solís

Don't miss a special edition of the monthly series Juntos Somos M.A.S. (Together We Are More) featuring Latin Grammy Award winner Marco Antonio Solis. In this third episode, the iconic singer-songwriter discusses writing the hits 'Tu Cárcel' and 'Más Que Tu Amigo,' as well as moving out of his comfort zone to produce for merengue star Olga Tañón.

La Adictiva Interview

Israel Salazar interviews La Adictiva Banda San José de Mesillas in celebration of his new single, 'Lo Que Nunca Será.'

Friday,September 25 at 3pm

Saturday, September 26 at 6pm

Tumba La Casa: Chris Andrew

Summer may be over, but we are still keeping it hot while chilling at home in this special series: Tumba La Casa. During the special, reggaetonero Chris Andrew will present a list of his favorite tracks to listen while he's at home.

Friday,September 25 at 3pm

Saturday, September 26 at 12pm

Sunday, September 27 at 7pm

Guest Host: Pedro Capó

Hear Latin Grammy winner Pedro Capó host a special about love songs, his musical inspirations, and new album, Munay.

José José Tribute

Join Caricia in celebrating the life and music of José José, who passed away one year ago. Listeners will hear the legendary Mexican musician's music, as well as remembrances.

Sunday, September 27 through Monday, September 28

Guest Host: Alicastro

Rock and pop artist Alicastro will take over Latidos to perform an exclusive acoustic set, as well as share his inspirations, favorite romantic songs, and Latino more.

Friday, September 25 at 12pm

Saturday, September 16 at 6pm

Sunday, September 27 at 10am

Monday, September 28 at 3pm

El RocoVersario

Hear iconic Latin ska rebels Panteón Rococó honor their 25th anniversary with music and stories about their different albums and journey as a band.

Tuesday, September 22 at 3pm

Thursday, September 24 at 12pm

Saturday,September 26 at 6pm

Monday, September 28 at 8pm

El Sitio con Ellen Flores: Enjambre

Listen to Latin alternative trailblazers Enjambre present their new studio album, Próximos Prójimos, on El Sitio.

Friday, September 25 at 3pm

Sunday, September 27 at 10am

Wednesday, September 30 at 9pm

Masa con Masa

Don't miss host George Nenadich team up with romantic salsa legend Tony Vega to discuss all things salsa in this week's episode of Masa con Masa.

Tuesday, September 22 at 12pm

Wednesday, September 23 at 3pm

Thursday, September 24 at 10am

Saturday, September 26 at 4pm

Sunday, September 27 at 2pm