Here’s your lineup of exclusive SiriusXM programming for January!

SiriusXM Spotlight (Ch. 4) looks back at 2017 with some of the best concerts, specials, and countdowns from pop, rock, country, and hip-hop.

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January 3, 2018

Some of the biggest artists of Pop, Rock, Hip-Hop, and Country performed secret shows, took over channels, and broadcast their concerts across the country to you, all through SiriusXM. This month, SiriusXM Spotlight (Ch. 4) is bringing you the best of everything you loved (or missed) from 2017!

The Best Of Pop

Now thru Jan. 8

Kicking off the new year, Spotlight is featuring the Best of Pop, now through Jan. 8. You’ll be able to hear Kelly Clarkson, Ed Sheeran, and Train, all live in concert. Plus, take a look back at intimate Celebrity Sessions with Macklemore, Taylor Swift, Niall Horan, Selena Gomez, and more!

Spotlight will also bring you year-end countdowns from SiriusXM Hits 1 (Ch. 2) and The Pulse (Ch. 15).

The Best of Rock

Jan. 8 – Jan. 15

From live concerts around the country to private, in-studio sessions, SiriusXM’s Alt Nation (Ch. 36), Octane (Ch. 37), and The Spectrum (Ch. 28) have featured some of the best rock artists of 2017. This month on Spotlight, hear SeetherThe National, Lorde, The Killers, St. Vincent, Father John Misty, and many more along with year-end countdowns.

The Best of Country

Jan. 15 – Jan. 22

The Highway (Ch. 56) has given you the chance to hear rising country artists before they break through. This month you can hear live performances of some of those acts from The Highway Finds Tour including High Valley, Ashley McBryde, and Adam Doleac. Plus, Spotlight takes you into the crowd for live, exclusive shows from Blake SheltonMaren Morris, and others.

The Best of Hip-Hop

January 22 – January 29

This month, Spotlight taps into The Heat (Ch. 46), Hip Hop Nation (Ch. 44), and Heart & Soul (Ch. 48) to take a look at their year-end countdowns along with special interviews with Khalid, Miguel, and more! Plus, look back to album release parties with Migos and Macklemore.