The “History of Howard Stern” headed to Siruis XM
Earlier today Howard Stern and SiriusXM today announced that “The History of Howard Stern,” will air on Howard Stern’s exclusive SiriusXM channels, Howard 100 and Howard 101 beginning Monday, July 6.
The event will include a two-week in-depth audio biography that offers a rare behind-the-scenes look at “the life, career and achievements of Howard Stern,” this according to today’s announcement.
“The History of Howard Stern” will take listeners – “superfans” who have listened for decades and the many new listeners who have joined recently as Howard has grown – through the struggle to become #1 in radio and beyond, up to the moment he left FM for satellite radio.
The special will feature extensive audio from Howard Stern’s personal vault, as well as exclusive commentary from Howard Stern, The Howard Stern Show Staff, friends, family, former colleagues and celebrities who have witnessed Stern’s rise to superstardom firsthand including David Letterman, Ben Stiller, Rosie O’Donnell, Dave Grohl, Alec Baldwin, Robert Duvall, Quentin Tarantino, Jeff Probst, Tom Arnold, William Shatner, Kathy Griffin, Howie Mandel, Gene Simmons, Sarah Silverman, Ivan Reitman, Paul Giamatti, Ozzy Osbourne, and more.
“The History of Howard Stern” program highlights include early recordings from Stern’s childhood with his family at his father’s recording studio. Early work of Howard’s at WRNW Westchester, WCCC Hartford, W4 Detroit, DC-101 Washington, DC and WNBC New York.
The story behind “Baba Booey,” Howard’s appearance as Fartman at the MTV Video Music Awards, Howard’s first book Private Parts, Howard’s 1994 candidacy for Governor of New York, Howard’s 1997 movie Private Parts and Howard signing with Sirius and leaving terrestrial radio