Who’s in the Home of SiriusXM? Meet the Housemates

See how Conan O’Brien, 2 Chainz, Alice Cooper, Brandon Marshall, Alanis Morissette and more are doing at the Home of SiriusXM.

Jackie Kolgraf
November 12, 2022

Who’s currently living in the Home of SiriusXM? Now that Brett Favre’s “bubble time” has ended and Dave Grohl and Kevin Hart have finished their lasagna dinner, it’s time for a new set of housemates to move in. Scroll down to meet the 12 new members from the Home of SiriusXM commercials, with artists spanning hip-hop, country, grunge and rock, as well as sports icons, pop-culture gurus and iconic TV hosts. That’s a lot of personality under one roof!

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Home of SiriusXM - 2 Chainz

2 Chainz

Earlier this year, multi-platinum and GRAMMY Award-winning rapper 2 Chainz played a special invitation-only concert as part of SiriusXM’s Small Stage Series in Atlanta at Terminal West. Now you can find him in the Home of SiriusXM (or hear his Southern-style hip-hop on channels like Hip Hop Nation and Shade 45).

Home of SiriusXM - Alanis Morissette

Alanis Morissette

An undeniable ’90s staple on channels like PopRocks, ’90s on 9 and Lithium, Morissette’s debut and GRAMMY Award-winning album, Jagged Little Pill, spawned singles like “You Oughta Know,” “Ironic” and “Hand in My Pocket.” There’s a reason why the album stayed on the Billboard 200 albums chart for 72 weeks starting in 1995 — and why we still can’t stop playing it today.

Home of SiriusXM - Alice Cooper

Alice Cooper

Cooper’s immediately recognizable voice can be heard on channels such as Ozzy’s Boneyard, Hair Nation and Classic Vinyl. The architect of “shock rock” and a big influence on the heavy metal genre, he’s known for tying elements of horror movies and vaudeville in with his live performances for a theatrical experience all his own. First signed in 1969, Cooper has been making music both as a solo artist and part of a band across seven decades.

Home of SiriusXM - Brad Paisley

Brad Paisley

One of country music’s most decorated male solo artists of the last 20 years, Paisley has taken home numerous GRAMMYs, American Music Awards, Country Music Association Awards and Academy of Country Music Awards. In 2008, he became the first artist to achieve 10 consecutive Billboard Country Airplay No. 1 singles. Hear his biggest hits from the 2000s on Y2Kountry.

Home of SiriusXM - Brandon Marshall

Brandon Marshall

After playing for 13 seasons in the NFL, Marshall founded I Am Athlete, an athlete-led media network, as well as House of Athlete, a fully integrated fitness ecosystem. He appears regularly on the nightly show I Am Athlete Tonight on Mad Dog Sports Radio while also hosting the I Am Athlete podcast.

Home of SiriusXM - Conan O'Brien

Conan O’Brien

One of the most iconic names in late-night TV, O’Brien started the podcast Conan O’Brien Needs a Friend when he realized that, despite thousands of interviews, he’s never made a real and lasting friendship with any of his celebrity guests. Deeper, unboundedly playful, and free from FCC regulations, this weekly podcast is created by the host’s own podcast network, Team Coco, now part of SiriusXM.

Home of SiriusXM - Jose Mangin

Jose Mangin

It all began when he went to see Anthrax in the sixth grade. Now, Mangin — the “Metal Ambassador” — is a new member of the Home of SiriusXM and the voice behind SiriusXM’s hard-rock department, having helped launch both the Liquid Metal and Octane channels. “My whole life is metal. Everything I do is metal,” he says. “It’s not a job for me, it’s my life.”

Home of SiriusXM - Larry Fitzgerald

Larry Fitzgerald

After playing on the Arizona Cardinals for 17 seasons and making 11 Pro Bowls, Fitzgerald now hosts the SiriusXM original podcast Let’s Go! with Tom Brady and Jim Gray. “His instincts, his focus and his ability to connect with his listeners sets him apart as a broadcaster and I’m grateful to call him a friend,” Brady says of Fitzgerald.

Home of SiriusXM - Mickey Guyton

Mickey Guyton

The Highway has been a supporter of Guyton’s meteoric rise to the top in country music since the beginning. Her self-titled EP, featuring her debut single “Better Than You Left Me,” was released in 2015 — and since then, she’s been a regular at the Academy of Country Music Awards and made history as the first Black female solo artist to earn a GRAMMY nomination in a country category (Best Country Solo Performance).

Home of SiriusXM - Tinx


The “big sister” of TikTok, Tinx (real name Christina Najjar) hosts the popular podcast It’s Me, Tinx, as well as the weekly radio show It’s Me, Tinx Live on SiriusXM Stars. Both series feature Tinx discussing her own life, offering her takes on pop culture and relationships, and giving recommendations and advice to listeners.

Home of SiriusXM - Tony Fly and Symon

Tony Fly & Symon

Combining the pop-culture powers of veteran radio and TV host Tony Fly with singer-songwriter Symon has created a must-hear destination for music and fun for SiriusXM Hits 1. Holding down the West Coast, Tony Fly and Symon interview your favorite stars out in Los Angeles, while keeping tabs on everything happening in pop culture.