'Presenting Princess Shaw': The Unlikely Story Of Samantha Montgomery
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Hip-Hop Group Adds Rhymes To The 'Morning Edition' Theme Song
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Transgender choruses — such as the Trans Chorus of Los Angeles, led by Lindsey Deaton (with guitar) — are springing up all over the country. A transgender pride flag is at the center of this image. James Geiger/The Trans Chorus of Los Angeles hide caption

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Transgender Choruses Harness The (Changing) Power Of Voices
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Adia Victoria is a Nashville-based singer and songwriter who sounds nothing like what we think of as Nashville. Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Adia Victoria Reckons With The South
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Carla Bley with her trio, bassist Steve Swallow and saxophonist Andy Sheppard. Caterina di Perri/ECM Records hide caption

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At 80, Carla Bley Keeps Looking Toward The Next Composition
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Bunny Wailer is the last living original member of the legendary reggae group The Wailers. He recently finished his first US tour in more than 20 years. Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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On Anniversary Tour, Bunny Wailer Is Still A Blackheart Man
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