And The Winners Are...SiriusXM Listeners Identify the Best of 2013
SiriusXM's "Best of 2013 Listener Poll" results are in--SiriusXM listeners voted--winners now revealed
SiriusXM listeners love artists they first discovered on SiriusXM
55-category poll: from rock to pop to country to hip hop to EDM to jazz to Latin, SiriusXM listeners chose their favorite artists, albums, songs and more
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Highlights from SiriusXM's "Best of 2013 Listener Poll" are included below. For the full list of winners, please visit www.siriusxm.com/bestof2013. Each respective channel will feature special programming showcasing the winners throughout the month of December.
SiriusXM's "Best of 2013 Listener Poll" Winners:
Many of SiriusXM listeners' favorites were first discovered on SiriusXM
* indicates channel noted was the first radio outlet in America to play artist/song in regular rotation
Alt Nation "Best Artist Discovery" (Alternative)
BPM "Best New Artist of 2013" (EDM)
BPM "2013 Artist of the Year" (EDM)
Caliente "Song Of The Year" (Tropical)
Marc Anthony "Vivir Mi Vida"
The Coffee House "Singer-Songwriter Discovery of the Year" (Acoustic)
The Highway "Highway Find Of The Year" (Country)
The Highway "Song Of The Year" (Country)
Florida Georgia Line—"Cruise"*
The Loft "Best Album Of The Year" (Adult Rock)
The Spectrum "Best Artist Discovery" (Adult Rock)
Octane "Epic Album of The Year" (Hard Rock)
Avenged Sevenfold—Hail to The King
The Pulse "Breakthrough Song Of The Year" (Adult Pop)
New Hollow "She Ain't You"*
SiriusXM Hits 1 "Unexpected Hit Of The Year" (Pop)
Fall Out Boy "My Songs Know What You Did In The Dark (Light 'Em Up")
SiriusXMU "Best Artist Discovery" (Indie)
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