Tiësto's Club Life Radio

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Tiësto's Club Life Radio
Broadcast areaUnited States
Frequency Sirius XM Radio 340 (Special receivers/internet/online only)
First air dateMarch 2012
Format Progressive trance, Trance, progressive house, electro house, big room house, dance-pop, future house, deep house, tropical house, bass house, house, tech house, techno
Class Satellite Radio Station
Owner Sirius XM Radio
Website SiriusXM: Tiesto

Tiësto's Club Life Radio was one of five dance/electronic music satellite channels offered by Sirius XM Radio, operating on Sirius XM channel 340 as an exclusive service to internet customers and to those who have a special kind of receivers that can receive the Xtra Channels package on their radios (Tiësto's Club Life Radio is one of them). The channel was launched in March 2012 and went off the air on July 21, 2017 [1] .

Past programming

Tiësto's Club Life Radio is an exclusive channel that focuses on the more cutting edge and deeper electronic dance, techno, trance and house music genre, as programmed by DJ Tiësto himself. The channel also featured exclusive mix sets, fresh import releases, interviews and countdown programs tracking the most popular EDM tracks.

Tiësto can still be heard regularly on BPM at CH. 51 and occasionally on Diplo's Revolution at CH. 52.


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