Worldspace Satellite Radio, one of the world leaders in satellite-based digital radio services, continues to provide subscribers a truly unique listening experience with new, innovative content in September.

September is now "Zepptember" at Worldspace. Throughout the month, Orbit Rock (channel 176) will spotlight LED ZEPPELIN, one of the biggest rock and roll bands of the 1970s, every weekend on its Full Spin program. Each show will feature a different album ranging from "Led Zeppelin" to "Led Zeppelin II" to "Houses of the Holy" to "In Through the Out Door". In addition, Orbit Rock will feature concerts by LED ZEPPELIN, the group's frontman, Robert Plant, and lead guitarist, Jimmy Page, throughout the month.

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