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December 29, 2014 NPR Music remembers musicians — singers, songwriters, instrumentalists — and other visionaries we lost in 2014. Explore and celebrate their musical legacies.
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Foreverly, a new album from Norah Jones and Green Day's Billie Joe Armstrong, was released today.
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November 25, 2013 "We can't not look at each other; it doesn't work," Jones says of singing with the Green Day frontman. In an interview with NPR's Steve Inskeep, the two discuss tackling the signature close harmonies of The Everly Brothers.
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January 3, 2007 Nearly 10 years after The Everly Brothers' "Bye Bye Love" expanded the possibilities of harmony singing in rock 'n' roll, Don and Phil Everly were still plugging away, though with less commercial success. This spry 1966 collaboration with The Hollies finds the duo attempting a more assertive, "British" rock sound.
February 8, 2006 Gen-Xers love "In Your Eyes" by Peter Gabriel, while their parents prefer "At Last" as sung by Etta James. Those are two of the most popular tunes NPR listeners selected in a recent NPR.org online poll on Valentine's Day music. Hear the songs and read the stories behind them.
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