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The Mynabirds On 'World Cafe: Next'

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Wanderlust Inspires Band Of Horses' 'Infinite Arms'

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Free Energy, Recorded Live In Concert

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Green Day formed in 1987 with frontman Billie Joe Armstrong (right), bassist Mike Dirnt (left) and drummer Tre Cool (center). Marina Chavez hide caption

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Billie Joe Armstrong, From Green Day To Broadway

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In "Don't Fall in Love With a Lonely Girl," Freedy Johnston has a breezy way with a lurid state of affairs. Chris Carroll hide caption

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Don't Fall in Love with a Lonely Girl

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Hear Two New Arcade Fire Songs And An Interview

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You may know Katrina and the Waves, but you definitely know the band's timeless hit song. courtesy of the artist hide caption

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'Walking On Sunshine': Living On A Song

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Listen Now: Paul Thorn In Concert

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A long way from the scream of his youth, Roky Erickson now favors a weathered voice, which collaborator Will Sheff calls a "priceless antique." Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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'True Love' Revives Singer Roky Erickson

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