Australia, The Wiggles are the world's #1 preschool entertainers. Members
Jeff Fatt and
Greg Page created the group as a way to incorporate children's music into their Early Childhood studies. Today, they have sold over 23 million DVDs and 7 million albums worldwide. After 21 years, original Wiggles Murray Cook,
Greg Page and
Jeff Fatt will retire from the group to take on behind-the-scenes roles, including writing songs and developing content. Blue Wiggle Anthony Field will be joined by a new generation of Wiggles in 2013.
Lachlan Gillespie, and the first-ever female Wiggle,
Emma Watkins, will wear the group's signature red, purple, and yellow jerseys while continuing to produce quality children's music for families across the globe.
The Wiggles Radio Show will be available on SiriusXM On Demand after it airs on for subscribers listening via the
SiriusXM Internet Radio App for smartphones and other mobile devices, or online at
siriusxm.com/ondemand for more information.
SiriusXM Kids Place Live is a 24/7 interactive talk and music channel featuring music and talk shows for kids! With live in-house "Rumpus Room" concert events from the biggest names in kids' music, live hosts standing by to take your song requests, and fun, on-air games, Kids Place Live allows young listeners to play along and celebrate what it means to be a kid.
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