TOM MORELLO To Host 'Renegade Radio', New Weekly Show On SiriusXM

TOM MORELLO To Host 'Renegade Radio', New Weekly Show On SiriusXM

Tom Morello, guitarist, musician, songwriter and political activist, starts a new weekly show, "Tom Morello's Renegade Radio", on Monday, May 13 on SiriusXM's Lithium channel.

"Tom Morello's Renegade Radio" will feature Morello spinning a selection of songs from the '90s alternative to grunge and other music that ignited a musical revolution. Every week, Morello will also share personal stories from his 30-year career as a guitarist and musician, sharing his passion and exploring the music that has inspired him.

"Renegade Radio" will air on SiriusXM's Lithium channel 34 beginning Monday, May 13 at 4 p.m. ET, with several repeat airings throughout the week. Listeners with streaming access can tune-in to a wide variety of SiriusXM programs online or on-the-go with the SiriusXM mobile app.

A video message from Morello about "Renegade Radio" can be seen below.

In addition to being a founding member of RAGE, Morello played in AUDIOSLAVE with two of his RAGE bandmates and is currently playing with them in PROPHETS OF RAGE.

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