Remembering Legendary Bluesman 'Honeyboy' Edwards

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Bluesman 'Honeyboy' Edwards Has Died

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Stetson Kennedy, Who 'Unmasked' The Klan, Dies

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Canada Finds Hope In Instantly Famous Last Words

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Jerry Leiber (right) looks over Elvis Presley's shoulder at the sheet music for "Jailhouse Rock" in Los Angeles in 1957. His songwriting partner Mike Stoller stands to the left. Michael Ochs Archives/Getty Images hide caption

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Jerry Leiber: Remembering One Of Rock's Great Songwriters

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Navy SEAL's Death Shakes Small Town

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Nick Ashford, Songwriter, Singer And Producer, Has Died

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Recording artists Nick Ashford and Valerie Simpson attend the Alvin Ailey Opening Night Gala Performance at the New York City Center in 2009. Ashford died from throat cancer Monday. He was 70 years old. Jason Kempin/Getty Images hide caption

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Legendary Motown Singer-Songwriter Dies

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Jerry Leiber (right) looks over Elvis Presley's shoulder at the sheet music for "Jailhouse Rock" in Los Angeles in 1957. His songwriting partner Mike Stoller stands to the left. Michael Ochs Archives/Getty Images hide caption

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Songwriter Jerry Leiber Has Died

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The Chaos And Comedy Of Mexico's Cantinflas

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The Late L.A. Banks: Beyond Vampires, Werewolves

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