Al Roker 'Jazzed' By The A-Team Theme Song

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Zuoxiao Zuzhou performing at his first concert in Beijing in two years on Jan. 18. Yao Lei/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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'China's Leonard Cohen' Calls Out Political Corruption

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John Lennon and his wife, Yoko Ono, pictured above in January 1970, are the subjects of Jonathan Cott's new book Days That I'll Remember. Cott met Lennon in 1968 and was friends with the couple. Anthony Cox/Getty Images hide caption

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Days With John And Yoko: A Writer Remembers

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Jonas Kaufmann On Wagner: 'It's Like A Drug Sometimes'

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Singer Emeli Sande Shares Her 'Version Of Events'

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Violinist Joshua Bell conducts the Academy of St. Martin in the Fields by doing what comes naturally to him. The celebrated soloist is also the London orchestra's music director. Chris Chrisodoulou/Sony Classical hide caption

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From Bow To Baton: Violinist Joshua Bell Conducts Beethoven

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The Bryan Ferry Orchestra's new album is titled The Jazz Age. Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Bryan Ferry: A Forward-Looking Musician Turns To The Past

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Doris Day's somber 1958 version of "Hooray for Hollywood," which was included on an album of the same name, better reflects the song's creatively complicated lyrics. Sony Picture Archives hide caption

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Hollywood's 'Hooray': Hardly A Happy Hymn

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Nataly Dawn, known as the voice of the YouTube-savvy duo Pomplamoose, makes her solo debut with How I Knew Her. Jeffrey Marini/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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A New Day For Singer Nataly Dawn

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Mixing Blues and the Nakota Nation In Music

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Marcus Gilmore (left) and Roy Haynes perform together in Washington, D.C., in 2009. Haynes' daughter is Gilmore's mother. Theo Wargo/Getty Images hide caption

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Jazz clarinetist Anat Cohen has a new album out called Claroscuro. Jimmy Katz/Anzic Records hide caption

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Anat Cohen: Bringing The Clarinet To The World

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Trey Anastasio On World Cafe

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Singer Angelique Kidjo of Benin performs during the opening concert for the soccer World Cup at Orlando stadium in Soweto, South Africa, June 10, 2010. Hassan Ammar/AP hide caption

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For Kidjo, Musicians Must Be The Country's Voice

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At age 76, musician Kris Kristofferson is still writing songs. His new album is called Feeling Mortal. Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Kris Kristofferson On Writing For — And Outliving — His Idols

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