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The Listener Lounge: March 2024


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New Music: Picks of the Week 🎵



Prepare to expand your horizons by delving into a diverse genres and styles as new songs and albums are shared by @AdamPandora each week. Don't miss out on these newly released tunes!




Question of the Week 💡


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Check out our community question posts where you can share and discuss your favorites.




Celebrating Women's History Month


This Women's History Month, we’re celebrating the incredible women that are breaking boundaries and paving the way.



Women in Pop: Women in Pop celebrates music's best and brightest pop stars in this essential collection of hits.

Press play to listen:

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Other stations to check out in honor of Women's History Month:




St. Patrick's Day 🍀




St. Patrick's Day is a festive mix of St. Paddy's Day favorites from traditional Celtic folk music and sea shanties to pub favorites and sing-a-longs. Check out this station and hoist your pint glass!

Press play to listen:

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For more tunes to celebrate, check out: Music for St. Patrick's Day 🍀




Creators Community :pandora:



Calling all artists! Millions of listeners visit Pandora Artist Profiles every month, so we’re very excited to share a whole bunch of improvements to Pandora AMP Artist Profiles(link to corresponding amp playbook page) that are designed to make life easier for you and your fans.

Take a look at what’s new in @JohnVPandora's blog post about it  here: Fresh Pandora Artist Profile Features: Spotlight Picks, Custom Bios, and Cover Photos



Our team has been at SXSW this week!

Did you attend and get a chance stop by the Pandora AMP booth?

Let us know and learn more here!



✍️ New Blog Posts



SXSW IN TWENTY (Plus a Dozen for the Daring)

by @AndeePandora :pandora:

"As most music nerds know (current company included!), it’s difficult to decide what show to see when there are more than a couple to choose from, so if you find yourself at South by Southwest this year, and are faced with literally HUNDREDS of choices each night, we figured it might help to have a little context – and perhaps a bit of guidance..."




Pub Rock

by @EricPandora :pandora:

"Usually around Saint Patrick’s Day, I see a few playlists that mistake the phrase “pub rock” for Irish drinking songs. But pub rock has very little to do with pennywhistles, wearing green, and binge drinking. Its roots vine back to taverns of the United Kingdom during the early-to-mid 1970s. Back then, the pop scene was overrun by the lavish theatrics of glitter/glam rock as well as the hyper-arranged music of progressive/prog rock. Pub rock started as an organic, reactionary backlash to glam and prog. And some music historians say that pub rock helped spark the sound of English punk."




Collaborative Cuts: Spring Break 🌴


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SPRING BREAK! 😎 Spring is around the corner and it's time for a break, Spring Break. Share some of your most memorable spring break songs that brought you joy, excitement or maybe even sorrow. 

Submit your selections by 4/20/2024 - find out more here!




And as always, your feedback and suggestions are invaluable to us.

If you have any ideas or thoughts, please don't hesitate to share them with us. 

- The Pandora Community Team :pandora:



1 Comment

thanks pandora