Chairman and CEO of Azoff MSG Entertainment, Irving Azoff, is headed to SiriusXM’s Volume channel for a new show titled Unmanageable. The talent manager will launch Unmanageable this Wednesday (April 4) at 7 p.m. ET/4 p.m. PT with special guests Jon Bon Jovi, Director Judd Apatow, and CAA’s Head of Music Rob Light.
Unmanageable will feature Azoff discussing music’s past, present, and future with big names in the industry. Azoff will touch upon ticket prices, technology, artists’ rights, concert safety, and the current state of live and recorded music.
“Irving Azoff is one of the most revered names in the music business and the possibility of doing an unscripted, free-form show with him for our subscribers was irresistible,” said Scott Greenstein, President and Chief Content Officer of SiriusXM in a release. “Unmanageable will be Irving being Irving—passionate, opinionated, and questioning. Listeners will get a front-row seat as Irving and friends talk about music today, as it pertains to the industry and to the average fan and listener. This is a show that was made for our SiriusXM Volume channel, the only fulltime talk channel on radio devoted to talking—and arguing—about music.”
“I agree with everything Scott said,” commented Azoff. “I am a big fan of SiriusXM. Jon, Judd, Rob and I had a great time and the conversation was so natural that we forgot we were being recorded. We ended up with an unscripted conversation that delved into a lot of issues—I am sure listeners will enjoy this ‘behind the curtain’ show.”
Unmanageable is the latest guest-curated program to be added to the Volume channel 106, home of talk-radio that is all about the world of music, and its fans. Azoff’s new program, Unmanageable, will see new episodes debut throughout spring and summer.
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