Broken Social Scene has released its first album since 2005, Forgiveness Rock Record. Dave Gillespie hide caption

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Broken Social Scene: Leaner Lineup, Same Big Sound
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Inside This Heart of Mine features 13 songs performed in Catherine Russell's intimate, contemporary style. Stefan Falke hide caption

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Catherine Russell Sings The Standards
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The Outsiders Are Back is Kings Go Forth's debut album. Jim Newberry hide caption

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Kings Go Forth: Bringing Back Soul
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Stephanie Nakasian: Paying Tribute To Billie Holiday
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Jakob Dylan at WNYC. Gregg Gasperino/WNYC Radio hide caption

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Hear Oscar Brand's Interview With Jakob Dylan
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Sting On His World Tour And Humanitarian Work
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Violinist Mark O'Connor says he's proof that his method of learning the violin works. Jim McGuire hide caption

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Fiddling With An American Alternative To Suzuki
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Dennis Brown: The 'Crown Prince' Of Reggae
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The bass-baritone's new record pulls together some of the best evil roles in opera and musical theater. Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Bryn Terfel: The 'Bad Boy' Of Opera
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Tony Award-winning actor John Gallagher, Jr. as the lead character, Johnny. Paul Kolnik hide caption

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Broadway Tackles Punk Rock In 'American Idiot'
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The title of Caetano Veloso's new album, Zii E Zie, is Italian for "uncles and aunts." Fernando Young hide caption

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Caetano Veloso: At The Infancy Of Old Age
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Soul singer Raheem DeVaughn got his start in Washington, D.C. Randee St. Nicholas hide caption

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Raheem DeVaughn: Socially Conscious Soul
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The Living Sisters: Perfecting The Three-Part Harmony
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Guru performs on stage in 2003, the year before he and DJ Premier parted ways. Cary Hammond/Redferns hide caption

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Guru: Hip-Hop's Elder Statesman Dies Young
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Lyle Lovett And Steve Earle On World Cafe
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