REO Speedwagon teams up with Chicago to perform their hit song “Roll With The Changes” Live at Red Rocks Ampitheatre. Watch the full concert SUNDAY March 8 at 8 ET | 5 PT on AXS TV!
Play from iOS Device to AppleTV
Connect your iOS device and Apple TV or AirPort Express to the same Wi-Fi network.
On your iOS device, swipe up from the bottom of your screen to access Control Center, or from the upper right corner on later models.
Tap AirPlay or Screen Mirroring.
Tap the name of the device you want to direct stream.
Comcast Xfinity X1 Voice Command:
“YouTube REO Speedwagon Roll with the Changes Chicago AXS TV” (you might have to say it fast while you hold down the microphone button). Otherwise, say less, such as “YouTube REO Speedwagon” or “YouTube REO Speedwagon Roll with the Changes” and then browse through a larger sum of search results.
YouTube Music is a free music streaming service developed by YouTube; YouTube Music provides a tailored interface oriented towards music streaming, allowing users to browse through songs and music videos on YouTube based on genres, playlists, and recommendations.
The service also offers a premium tier, which enables ad-free playback, audio-only background playback, and downloading songs for offline playback. These subscription benefits are also offered to subscribers of Google Play Music and YouTube Premium.
The YouTube Music app was unveiled in October 2015 and released in November; its release came alongside the unveiling of YouTube Red (now known as YouTube Premium), a larger subscription service that covers the entirety of the YouTube platform, and includes the Music app. Although redundant to Google’s existing Google Play Music All Access subscription service, the app is designed for users who primarily consume music through YouTube.
On May 17, 2018, YouTube announced a new version of the YouTube Music service, including a web-based desktop player and redesigned mobile app, more dynamic recommendations based on various factors, and use of Google artificial intelligence technology to search songs based on lyrics and descriptions. In addition, YouTube Music became a separate subscription service (positioned as a direct competitor to Apple Music and Spotify), offering ad-free and background/audio-only streaming, and downloading for offline playback from music content available on YouTube. The service’s benefits will continue to be available as part of the existing YouTube Premium and to Google Play Music All Access subscribers.
In 2019, the YouTube Music subscription was priced in line with its competitors at US$9.99 per-month; the price of YouTube Premium was concurrently increased to $11.99 for new subscribers.