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Live At The Village Vanguard, For 75 Years

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Loudon Wainwright's 'Charlie Poole Project'

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A White House Concert With Bob Dylan, Jennifer Hudson And More

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Lil Wayne's Jail Time: All Part Of The Plan

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Science-Fiction Music: Monsters, Aliens In 'Filk'

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Music Returns To Port-au-Prince

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Bjorn Ulvaeus (right) and Anni-Frid 'Frida' Synni Lyngstad, former members of the Swedish pop group ABBA, stand by caricature puppets used in a music video, at the ABBAWorld exhibition in Earls Court London on Jan 26. Joel Ryan/AP hide caption

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ABBAWorld, How Can We Resist You?

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40 Years Of 'Peace, Love And Sooouul'

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Celebrating 40 Years Of 'Soul Train'

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The Simon Cowell All-Stars Sing For Haiti

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Beyonce Makes Grammy History

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Beyonce, Swift Big Winners At Lavish Grammys

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