Davy Jones onstage with The Monkees in London, July 1967. Michael Putland/Getty Images hide caption

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Davy Jones, Singer, Actor And Monkee, Has Died
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Kid Rock performs during a campaign rally for Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney in Michigan Monday night. Romney asked for, and was given, permission to use the Detroit rocker's song "Born Free" in his campaign. Justin Sullivan/Getty Images hide caption

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Music In Political Campaigns 101
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The murga choir Los Curtidores de Hongos performes at the Teatro de Lavalleja in Minas, Uruguay, in February. Martina Castro for NPR hide caption

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Carnaval In Uruguay: Choir Competitions In The Streets
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Shannon Powell performs with the Palm Court Jazz Band at the 2010 New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival. Clayton Call/Redferns hide caption

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Shannon Powell: New Orleans Rhythm, Straight From The Source
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Rihanna and Chris Brown perform together in December 2008. Scott Gries/Getty Images hide caption

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Rihanna And Chris Brown: The Saga Continues
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Fans mourn outside the funeral service for singer Whitney Houston in Newark, N.J., on Saturday. The pop superstar was found dead in a California hotel room a week ago. The cause of death has yet to be determined. Michael Nagle/Getty Images hide caption

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Houston Fan: 'We Got Tears Outside The Perimeters'
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