Though it might not be the smartest idea for our country, wouldn't election season be a lot more fun if our favorite musicians were campaigning? This month, we asked iHeartRadio listeners who they'd vote for President in an election among their favorite stars. Check out what they had to say!
The election is just around the corner. Hypothetically, if you could vote for any of these musicians, who would you want to be the next President of the United States?
- 1. Bruce Springsteen (18.5%)
- 2. Jon Bon Jovi (16.5%)
- 3. Jason Aldean (15.0%)
- 4. Taylor Swift (11.7%)
- 5. Jay-Z (10.9%)
- 6. Beyoncé Knowles (7.2%)
- 7. Katy Perry (6.6%)
- 8. Lady Gaga (4.9%)
- 9. Billie Joe Armstrong (3.1%)
- 10. Cee Lo Green (3.1%)
Who is your favorite artist who went solo?
- 1. Michael Jackson, The Jackson 5 (22.8%)
- 2. Ozzy Osbourne, Black Sabbath (18.1%)
- 3. Beyoncé, Destiny's Child (17.3%)
- 4. Justin Timberlake, 'N Sync (15.9%)
- 5. Gwen Stefani, No Doubt (10.2%)
- 6. Paul McCartney, The Beatles (9.8%)
- 7. Diana Ross, The Supremes (5.9%)
Which musician has the best Twitter feed?
- 1. P!nk (@Pink) (20.7%)
- 2. Taylor Swift (@TaylorSwift13) (19.1%)
- 3. Lady Gaga (@LadyGaga) (13.6%)
- 4. Justin Bieber (@justinbieber) (11.9%)
- 5. Katy Perry (@katyperry) (11.9%)
- 6. Zooey Deschanel (@ZooeyDeschanel) (9.2%)
- 7. Bruno Mars (@BrunoMars) (9.0%)
- 8. Questlove (@Questlove) (4.5%)
iHeartRadio Launches App for Microsoft's New Windows 8 Operating System
We are excited to announce that the iHeartRadio Windows Store app is available with the much-anticipated release of Microsoft Corp.'s groundbreaking new operating system, Windows 8, on October 26. iHeartRadio worked closely with Microsoft during the Windows 8 preview phase to develop the app to be available across a broad range of Windows 8 devices. iHeartRadio is available for free download in the Windows Store.
The launch is part of iHeartRadio's proud commitment to emerging platforms, innovative technologies and adapting to new environments to make our service available wherever our listeners are. In addition to Windows 8 devices, iHeartRadio is available online, on mobile phones and tablets, in cars and on connected devices, including Xbox and smart TVs.
iHeartRadio delivers everything listeners want in one free, fully-integrated service: instant access to more than 1,500 of the nation's most popular live broadcast and digital-only radio stations from 150 cities, plus user-created Custom Stations inspired by favorite artists and songs.
For more information, check out Microsoft’s Windows blog here.
Sweet Dreams from iHeartRadio
Want to fall asleep listening to your favorite radio stations? The iHeartRadio iPhone app now offers a Sleep Timer function, which allows you to set your favorite live and Custom Stations to turn off when you doze off. There are two easy ways to use this new feature: just go into your settings and tap "Sleep Timer," or, after you start playing a station, simply tap the options button and then tap "Set Sleep Timer."
The Sleep Timer can be set in time increments from 15 minutes to 3 hours and is available on the iPhone today.
Try it out today, and drift off to sleep with your favorite iHeartRadio station - choose from 1,500 live stations plus Custom Stations. Sweet dreams!