How To Use Music Alarms With Your Amazon Echo

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Alexa, wake me up to my favorite song.

Your Amazon Echo is quite handy when it comes to timers, reminders, and alarms. But, did you know you can use your Amazon Echo to set an alarm to music? You can ask Alexa to wake you up to your favorite Artist, Song, or Radio Station.

Alexa, set an alarm to Cardi B

It’s that simple. Alexa will ask what time and make sure if you want AM or PM. Which is very helpful because we’ve all set an alarm for 7am in the morning and it never goes off because it’s set for 7pm the next evening. Keep in mind that when you use a specific Artist or Song Alexa will use your default music service for that. So, if you have Spotify it will play from Spotify or if you use Amazon Music it will play from Amazon Music.

You can also set an alarm on your Amazon Echo to a radio station using TuneIn. This is just like your old bedside radio clock, except you don’t have to mess with buttons or dials.

Alexa, wake me up to ESPN Radio on TuneIn

Alexa, set an alarm to KISS-FM on TuneIn

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With Amazon Music, you can do even more!

If you choose to use Amazon Music as your default music provider, Alexa can provide responses on even vaguer requests.

Alexa, wake me up to 90’s music

Alexa, wake me up to the song that goes ‘wake me up before you go go’

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Repeating alarms

You can also set up repeating alarms that occur on a regular basis.

Alexa, set a weekday alarm to Top 40

Alexa, set a Saturday alarm at 9am to Taylor Swift

These are all things you can do to set your Amazon Echo to music alarms. If you have any other tips or tricks let us know in the comments or on our Facebook Page.

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