Pandora Premieres: A New Way to Discover

Today we’re thrilled to introduce Pandora Premieres, a brand new way to discover music on Pandora.

Premieres ImagePandora Premieres is a new kind of station for us that lets listeners enjoy on-demand access to early album releases from a variety of artists before they go on-sale. We’re kicking it off today with records from John Fogerty, and Laura Marling.

Once the Pandora Premieres station is added, you can choose to hear any track on the featured albums, in any order and as many times as you’d like, until the album hits the stores. We encourage you to tune in regularly because new albums will be featured every week, with some artists also offering additional exclusive content like video interviews.

Pandora Premieres is also a new and unique vehicle for artists, both established and emerging, to reach and expand their audience. Seeing the impact of Pandora on the careers of working musicians continues to be one of the most gratifying parts of this experience.

To add the Pandora Premieres station, go to: pandora.com/premieres

Happy listening!

Tim Westergren

Founder http://www.pandora.com/profile/tim

6 thoughts on “Pandora Premieres: A New Way to Discover

  1. Tim, Several days ago I was listing to Pandora Premieres, their album art is still in my mind, can’t recall the name of the group. If I were to see the artwork I’d recognize it. Is there a Premieres timeline or previous “play” list? Panadora has introduced me to tons of new music, which I’ve purchased. Thank you. The art work looked like a wild cat, lots of black, some yellow, might have been a human type face but with cat ears, sort of square. Must had a bit of a Spanish twang, could catalog it in pop or alternative. Tracey.

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