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    March 31, 2011

    The 6th season of Tom Petty's SiriusXM Radio Show Buried Treasure Starts Tonight March 31.

    Buried Treasure features Tom pulling together each weekla set of little-known musical delights and classic tracks, all culled from his personal music library. The show airs on SiriusXM's Deep Tracks Channel (Sirius 16/XM 40).

    Here are the current air times for Tom Petty's Buried Treasure:

    Thursday – 8pm Eastern / 5pm Pacific
    Saturday - 4am Eastern / 1am Pacific
    Saturday – 10pm Eastern / 7pm Pacific (2 shows: new show followed by archival show)
    Sunday – 2pm Eastern / 11am Pacific
    Monday – 11am Eastern /

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  • On the evening of April 14, SiriusXM will broadcast a special 2-hour, live event – TOM PETTY’S ULTIMATE BURIED TREASURE – in celebration of Tom Petty’s exclusive SiriusXM radio show, now entering its 6th year with new episodes beginning on March 31. SiriusXM's Meg Griffin will host.

    A select group of Tom’s fans will have the opportunity to be part of the intimate studio audience at the event, which includes a post-show meet-and-greet with Tom.

    To qualify to be part of this event, SiriusXM subscribers can submit their most creative and insightful questions about Tom’s musical career,

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  • We are excited to announce that Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers will celebrate Record Store Day on April 16 by re-releasing in limited editions their first two albums on 120-gram colored vinyl. These special editions of “Tom Petty and The Heartbreakers” (on white vinyl) and “You’re Gonna Get It!” (on blue vinyl) will be limited for sale at the 700 independently owned record stores in the USA and hundreds of similar stores internationally.

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    February 22, 2011

    Celebrate the life and music of George Harrison with a free special streaming event on 25th February, including Wilburys Tom Petty and Jeff Lynne. Visit GeorgeHarrison.com to learn more.

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    January 25, 2011

    Last Friday January 21 Tom Petty was honored in a private ceremony by Special Olympics Southern California for his long-time support of the organization and individuals with intellectual disabilities. At the ceremony Tom was presented with an original watercolor of Leo Carrillo State Beach painted by Michael Bluechel, a 26-year-old Special Olympics athlete from Ventura, Calif.

    Tom has been donating royalties from his song It's Christmas All Over Again which he wrote and recorded with The Heartbreakers for the A Very Special Christmas 2 album.

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    January 12, 2011

    As we announced last month, live tracks from the 2010 Mojo Summer Tour are available now for tour ticket purchasers and members of the Highway Companions Club.

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    January 06, 2011

    The Classic Albums film on Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers, Damn The Torpedoes will air on BBC Four:

    Fri, January 7th at 9PM

    Sat, January 8th at 2:45PM

    Sun, January 9th at 11:40PM


    Classic Albums is Eagle Rock Entertainment's critically acclaimed series which recounts the back stories of music's most enduring and beloved albums. The series peels away the layers, via comprehensive interviews, studio recreations, and vintage footage, to reveal the stories behind the music.

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    December 16, 2010



    From Sound + Vision Magazine -

    “That was the record where the dam burst.” And that’s Tom Petty, succinctly assessing the impact of his breakthrough monster of a third album with the Heartbreakers’ 1979 Damn the Torpedoes.

    The assessment springs from the record’s entry in Eagle Vision’s series of Classic Albums - and my advice is to view all 98 minutes of that documentary first when enjoying these two Torpedoes titles on Blu-ray.

    In keeping with the Classic Albums procedure, Petty, the Heartbreakers, co-producer Jimmy Iovine, and engineer Shelly Yakus all get behind the board to deconstruct

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    December 15, 2010

    Check out this new video of 'Don't Pull Me Over' from Mojo. The video was  directed by Adria Petty.  Read more about what Adria has to say about his video here.

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  • We are excited to announce that the live tracks from this year's Mojo Summer Tour will be available for download beginning tomorrow Tuesday December 14.

    Every person* who purchased a ticket to the tour** will be sent an email tomorrow with instructions on how to download 8 live tracks specially selected by the band. Members of the Highway Companions Club will receive an email with instructions on how to download 14 live tracks (link to 14 song article)

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