Celebrate 30 years of ‘Singles’ With Cameron Crowe & Kyra Sedgwick During the Debut of ‘Soundtracking the ’90s’

Dive into the ‘Singles’ soundtrack with the cult classic’s director and more during the debut episode of ‘Soundtracking the ’90s’ on Lithium.

Matt Simeone
September 8, 2022

Credit: Warner Bros.

Travel back to 1992, shortly after Seattle’s underground music scene blew up, and Nirvana’s Nevermind ended Michael Jackson’s reign atop the Billboard Charts. A time in which women donned floral dresses and Doc Martens, while bearded, long-haired men wore cheap and loose striped sweaters. The grunge era is in full swing. And, perhaps, the best way to actually experience 1992 is by watching Cameron Crowe’s cult classic from the same year, Singles.

This September 18, the ensemble comedy turns 30. In honor of the anniversary, SiriusXM’s Lithium (Ch. 34) will broadcast an exclusive special about the legacy of the movie during the premiere of an all-new series, Soundtracking the ’90s. Hosted by Kat Corbett, the episode will feature Singles‘ double-platinum-selling soundtrack, plus commentary from Crowe and actress Kyra Sedgwick (who played Linda Powell). Tune in to premiere on Friday, September 9, at noon ET and during the rebroadcast times below. The entire episode will also be available on the SXM App after its debut.In addition to Sedgwick, Singles featured early notable appearances from Matt Dillon, Bridget Fonda, Campbell Scott, and Eric Stoltz. Some of the biggest names in grunge also made cameos, including Eddie Vedder, Chris Cornell and more.

About Soundtracking the 90s

Soundtracking the ’90s is a new series on Lithium dedicated to the music and making of iconic films of the 1990s. In each episode, listen as host Kat Corbett takes you behind the scenes with directors, actors and more.

Lithium is your home for 90s alternative and grunge. Check out more from Lithium here.

Broadcast Schedule (all times ET)

September 9 at Noon and 7pm

September 10 at 3pm and 11pm

Septemer 11 at 9am and 9pm

September 12 at 8am and 6pm

September 13 at 11am and 8pm

September 14 at 2pm