Comcast Launches X1 Music Week

Comcast kicked off its first ever X1 Music Week on Monday, offering free access to subscription-based music service Pandora Premium from Oct 8-14 to X1 customers.

From Oct. 8 – 14, Xfinity X1 customers can enjoy a free week of streaming Pandora Premium (opens in new tab) on X1 on their TV with their voice remote. Pandora Premium is Pandora’s on-demand subscription option, which offers listeners the ability to search and play any song or album; create playlists — on their own or powered by Pandora; download music for offline listening; enjoy unlimited skips and replays, higher quality audio, and ad-free listening.

In addition to Pandora Premium, X1 customers will also have free access to music-themed online subscription video on demand services during the week of Oct. 8-14, including:

Stingray Qello, the world's largest collection of on demand full-length performances, concert films, and music documentaries featuring artists such as Beyoncé, Paul McCartney, John Legend, The Rolling Stones, and more

Stingray DJAZZ, a selection of jazz concerts, performances, rare documentaries, intimate portraits, behind-the-scene footage, and exclusive interviews

Stingray Classica, a catalog of premieres, productions, and documentaries dedicated to classical music, opera, and ballet

zone·tv’s Stephen’s Drum Shed, lessons from legendary drum teacher, Stephen Taylor whose unique teaching style can help drummers of all skill levels be their best

zone·tv’s Pro Guitar Lessons TV, professional guitar lessons from some of the top instructors as seen in Guitar World, Guitar Player and Bass Player magazines

X1 customers can say “Show me music,” into their voice remote to access all of the above services, along with more music and audio offerings currently available on the platform including iHeartRadio, NPR One, Music Choice, and Stingray Music Videos. Customers can also enjoy playlists curated by Comcast’s editorial team that highlight throwback hits and one-hit wonders; trending albums that can be listened to from start to finish; a collection of “The Greatest Albums of All Time (So Far);” full set lists from the most unforgettable MTV Unplugged performances; and collections of music by city featuring artists from New York to LA.