By Will Robinson
Updated January 12, 2016 at 12:00 PM EST
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SiriusXM is honoring David Bowie’s musical legacy by reviving its Bowie-centric station for a limited run.

The David Bowie Channel went live Tuesday at 7 p.m. ET on Ch. 30 and runs through Monday, featuring the pioneering artist’s work from his early recordings to Blackstar, released last week just days before his death. The channel first appeared in 2013 and played hits, deep album cuts, demos, and other artists’ interpretations of the late musician’s work, including Nirvana, The Wallflowers, Barbra Streisand, the late Scott Weiland, and more.

“We are fans of his music and admirers of his talent, and so it is with great sadness that we mark his passing,” company President and CCO Scott Greenstein said in a statement. “Since his death, many of our channels have been playing music from his legendary career. Now we’d like to present an entire channel devoted to his artistic genius and extraordinary musical longevity.”

You can check out Station to Station, Young Americans, and more on SiriusXM, streamed online, and through the SiriusXM app.

See all of EW’s David Bowie coverage here.