Pete Seeger was an environmentalist, an activist and the most prominent folk musician of his generation. Neilson Barnard/Getty Images hide caption

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Folk Activist Pete Seeger, Icon Of Passion And Ideals, Dies At 94

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Composer and bandleader Maria Schneider accepts her Grammy Award. Her album Winter Morning Walks earned three awards yesterday at the pre-telecast Grammy ceremony in Los Angeles. Michael Buckner/Getty Images hide caption

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Daft Punk won the Grammy for Album of the Year for Random Access Memories and for Record of the Year for "Get Lucky." Frederic J. Brown/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Daft Punk, Lorde And Macklemore Win Major Grammy Awards

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Mastering engineer Emily Lazar poses with producer Scott Jacoby (top right) and members of the band School is Cool at her Manhattan studio, The Lodge. The Lodge hide caption

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The Woman Behind The Curtain, Making Good Songs Sound Great

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Mexican artist Pedro Reyes received 6,700 weapons from the Mexican government, from which he sculpted instruments. Peter Macdiarmid/Getty Images hide caption

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Artist Transforms Guns To Make Music — Literally

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The American band San Fermin performs an informal "Take Away Show" in a Chinese restaurant in Paris — part of a series of videos produced by the French website La Blogothéque. Christopher Werth/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Reinventing The Music Video, One Street Corner At A Time

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Recording Academy President and CEO Neil Portnow, host LL Cool J and Executive Vice President of Specials, Music and Live Events at CBS Entertainment Jack Sussman pose at the Staples Center in Los Angeles on Jan. 23, a few days before the 2014 Grammy Awards. Kevin Winter/WireImage hide caption

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How The Organization Behind The Grammys Spends The Other 364 Days

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Guitarist Kirk Hammett (left) and his band Metallica will join classical pianist lang Lang on stage at the Grammy wards telecast Sunday night. Getty Images/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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This police booking mug made available by the Miami Dade County Corrections Department shows pop star Justin Bieber on Thursday (Jan. 23, 2014). AP hide caption

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Celebrated conductor Claudio Abbado in 1979 in his native Milan, during his tenure as music director of the city's famed opera house, La Scala. Giorgio Lotti/Mondadori/Getty Images hide caption

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