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Human Videos: Reenacting Christian Pop Songs For Jesus

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Conor Oberst Leads Immigration Law Protest In Song

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Remembering The Late Film Composer John Barry

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Avant-Garde Composer, Teacher Milton Babbitt Dies At 94

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Violinist Joshua Bell Plays On The Street Again

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Fractured Industry: Companies That Serve Musicians Without Deals

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BET's '106 And Park' Won't Ever Grow Old

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Gladys Horton, Member Of Motown's Marvelettes, Has Died

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Charlie Louvin, Country Hall Of Fame Singer, Has Died

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