Google Play Music celebrates Star Wars Day with a John Williams radio station

It's May 4, known to many fans as "Star Wars Day," and Google is celebrating with a new radio station in Google Play Music. The Galaxy of John Williams (opens in new tab) plays music from movies scored by John Williams, the legendary film composer, responsible for the music not only of Star Wars, the Harry Potter films, and many of the movies of Steven Spielberg.

Fans can also check out Google Play Music's existing Star Wars radio station, Star Wars Finest (opens in new tab). Don't forget, you can also grab the latest film in the franchise, Star Wars: The Force Awakens, from Google Play Movies. There's also a collection in Play Books that offers the first four volumes of four of Marvel's ongoing Star Wars comics.

Joseph Keller
9 Comments
  • Sale?? Posted from my Nexus 6/Nexus 7 2013/Surface Pro 3
  • Sale what? Posted via the Android Central App
  • When did May 4 become star wars day? It seems like every day is labeled these days. Wash your cat day, hug your sister day, kiss your dog day, plant a tomato plant day. Dam It Feels Good To Be A Google Gangster
  • "May the Fourth be with you"... It's been years. Maybe you're new to the internet? ;)
  • No I'm new to Star Wars. Dam It Feels Good To Be A Google Gangster
  • Years ago. Posted via the Android Central App
  • How about a Gustav Holst station?
  • That'd be stellar (see what I did there?) Posted via the Android Central App
  • Where's dark vader?