Reggae royalty Ziggy Marley made his radio debut on SiriusXM satellite radio this month.
The five-time Grammy winning musician, actor, artiste, activist and humanitarian Ziggy Marley will host a new monthly radio show titled Ziggy Marley’s Legends of Reggae.
The show, airs monthly on The Joint channel 42, saw Ziggy speaking in depth with reggae legend Jimmy Cliff on it’s first broadcast on February 5.
“It is my privilege to use this medium to honour the legends of Reggae and to use it as a vehicle to educate and enlighten listeners,” said Ziggy Marley.
“Through his show, Ziggy will be able to share with our subscribers, reggae music from the beginning to now with insight unique to him and his family,” said Scott Greenstein, President and Chief Content Officer, SiriusXM. “Hearing songs from his personal collections and his conversations with the greats of reggae is something music fans will treasure, and we were honoured to launch the show on the eve of the birthday of his father, the late Bob Marley.”
The show will air the first Saturday of each month at noon (ET) and will be rebroadcast the next day at 2 p.m.