'Quiero Creedence' Covers Creedence Clearwater Revival With A Latin Beat

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Sharon Jones and The Dap-Kings kick off their delayed 2014 tour at the Beacon Theater in New York. Jacob Blickenstaff/Starz Digital hide caption

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Soul Singer Sharon Jones: 'The Cancer Is Here, But I Want To Perform'

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Fountains of Wayne's Chris Collingwood Returns With New Project 'Look Park'

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"As you go through the record, each song is directed at another member of the band or is a shared sentiment among the band," says Descendents' Milo Aukerman. Kevin Scanlon/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Nearly 40 Years Later, It's Still Exciting To Watch Descendents Live

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Esmé Patterson on World Cafe

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Glenn Morrow On World Cafe

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Birds Of Chicago On World Cafe

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All Songs +1: Amanda Palmer And Her Dad Discover Each Other In Song

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Alabama Shakes' Brittany Howard On Small-Town Life, Big-Time Music

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An Opera Percussionist Traces Her Path 'From Juilliard to the Orchestra Pit'

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'It Changed My Intent': Shirley Manson On Garbage And Growing Up

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