Grammy-Nominated Native Singer Blends Tradition and Modernity

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Remembering A Gospel Singer And Scholar

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DJ Spooky: An Antarctic Expedition In Sound

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A Tour Of America's Belgrades

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'Weird Al' Yankovic's Ode To The Trashmen

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A Jazz Pianist, Happy To Work For 'Peanuts'

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They Might Be Giants Sings About Science

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Left to right: Dan Auerbach, Jim Jones, Mos Def, Patrick Carney, and Damon Dash. Courtesy of Sacks & Co. hide caption

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BlakRoc: The Black Keys Do Hip-Hop

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A 'World Cafe' Special With Rosanne Cash

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Loudon Wainwright Looks 'High' For Inspiration

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Cadenzas: Ladling The Gravy On Classical Music

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'40/40' Celebrates The Carpenters' 1969 Debut

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Corb Lund comes from a long history of cattle ranchers, which informs his country songs as much as his time in a punk band. Lisa Johnson hide caption

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Corb Lund: Boot-Kickin' Canadian Cowboy

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The Brooklyn Bridge in 1884. Dvorak would arrive in New York only six years later to head the National Conservatory of Music. Hulton Archive/Getty Images hide caption

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Ted Libbey And Fred Child Recommend Dvorak's Symphony No. 9

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Tori Amos: From 'Sin' To Holiday Joy

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