Bill Withers will be honored Thursday night with a tribute concert at Carnegie Hall, which will recreate his celebrated 1973 live album. Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Bill Withers Can Still Bite

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Bill Withers: The Everyman Singer With A Poet's Soul

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A new documentary explores what happened to Bill Withers when he stepped off the stage. Andrew Zuckerman hide caption

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'Still Bill': Documenting A Soul Icon

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Melissa Block circa 1974 at Camp Kokosing Courtesy of Melissa Block hide caption

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Summer Songs: 'Lean On Me,' 'Fight The Power'

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A Peek at a Girlhood Diary: 'Miss American Pie'

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