Keith Richards is ranked 10th on Rolling Stone's list of the 100 greatest guitarists of all time. Deborah Feingold hide caption

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Keith Richards' 'Life' With The Rolling Stones

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U.S. Marine Band

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My Morning Jacket frontman Jim James (center) says the band's new album, Circuital, presented a special challenge: recording in his hometown of Louisville for the first time. Danny Clinch hide caption

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My Morning Jacket: On The Circuit

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Ray Davies enlists Bruce Springsteen, Lucinda Williams and other artists to help perform his songs on the new album See My Friends. Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Ray Davies: That's What Friends Are For

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A Cellist Is Chosen, And Challenged

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Karsh Kale: Up In The Air

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Daphne Willis' new album is titled Because I Can. Lauren Dukoff hide caption

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Daphne Willis: All In The Family

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Carl Craig says he's always thought of his music as "a personal beautification of Detroit." Wills Glasspiegel for NPR hide caption

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Detroit Techno City: Exporting A Sound To The World

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Foster the People's "Pumped Up Kicks" has moved the band from a Hype Machine darling to a sold-out tour and larger stages at festivals. Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Foster The People: An Outsider Anthem, A Viral Hit

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Death Cab for Cutie (from left): Nick Harmer, Ben Gibbard, Chris Walla, Jason McGerr. Autumn de Wilde hide caption

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Death Cab For Cutie: Getting Older, Staying Honest

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Bob Dylan's 70th Birthday On World Cafe

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David Bazan: Fighting His Conscience

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Jackie Evancho: Chasing Her Dreams

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Members of the choral group Conspirare rehearse for the concert series "Renaissance and Response." Katie Hayes Luke hide caption

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Choral Marathon: Robert Kyr And His Singers Cross The Finish Line

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