Rocking on the Fourth Of July

Posted on July 3rd, 2012 by Sonos Staff in Music On Sonos, United States

Lady Liberty Fireworks

There’s nothing like a little rock and roll to celebrate the anniversary of American independence. Plus, any summer holiday BBQ can benefit from some music to groove to while grilling. To that end, we’ve compiled a playlist featuring rock songs that reference the Fourth Of July. Subscribe on Spotify to listen on Sonos, or create […]


Spotify now playing in Australia and New Zealand

Posted on May 23rd, 2012 by Sonos Staff in Music On Sonos, Products

Spotify music

Streaming music is showing no signs of slowing down. The latest example comes from Spotify, which recently lit up Australia and New Zealand with more than 15 million songs available on demand. Whether you’re hankering for Men At Work’s “Who Can It Be Now?” or in the mood for the harder stylings of AC/DC, your musical cravings […]

The original Magnavox

On this day in 1915, the first practical application of moving-coil loudspeaker was invented by Peter Jensen and Edwin Pridham in Napa, California. The design brought together an electroacoustic transducer that produced sound in response to an electrical audio signal input—the same electro-dynamic principle that drives virtually every modern loudspeaker you use in your car, […]

100 years of Fenway Park

As the oldest operating Major League ballpark in the country, Fenway Park in Boston, Massachusetts is celebrating 100 years today. Currently home to the Boston Red Sox, Fenway has hosted some of the biggest triumphs and defeats in MLB history. Appropriately, we’re celebrating this momentous occasion with music. Music has long been a cornerstone of […]

Wham Make It Big

On this day in 1985, Wham!–the musical duo formed by George Michael and Andrew Ridgeley–became the first-ever Western pop act to have an album released in China. Of course, Make It Big (the album in question) was merely the opener of the floodgates–Western music has since invaded the expansive country. In honor of this musical […]

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