Four never-before-seen live concerts from the group’s vault will be broadcast during the channel’s broadcast.
Foo Fighters is relaunching Foo Fighters Radio, a SiriusXM channel curated by the band and featuring their music. The station will resume channel 105 from October 1 to November 3.
The group confirmed the channel’s return today during an appearance on The Howard Stern Show. Foo Fighters Radio initially operated from February 3 to April 4.
Dave Grohl, Taylor hawkins, Nate mendel, Chris shiflett, Pat smear and Rami jaffee each contributed special commentary for the channel, including the stories behind classic Foo Fighters songs, demos, rarities, and material featured on their 2021 album, Medicine at midnight. Foo Fighters Radio will also broadcast never-before-seen concert recordings, new shows hosted by band members, clips from other artists selected by the band, and guest DJs spinning their favorite Foo Fighters songs.
In total, four concerts live from the Foo Fighters Vault will be shown for the first time as part of the channel’s upcoming broadcast. One of those shows is the band’s June 2021 performance at Madison Square Garden, which marked the return of live music to the legendary New York Hall.