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For the second time, Adele swept the major categories at the Grammys, winning Album, Song and Record of the Year. Kevork Djansezian/Getty Images hide caption

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2017 Grammy Awards: Adele Upsets Beyoncé, Chance Arrives, Politics Pop (Slightly)

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Wise Words From Some Of The Celebrities Who Died In 2016

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When we asked you for memories of David Bowie songs, many happened to appear on the crucial Changesonebowie compilation, which sits in the NPR library. Niki Walker/NPR hide caption

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Rose on 'Rebel, Rebel'

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British singer David Bowie attends a press conference at the 36th Cannes Film Festival in 1983. Bowie died Sunday at the age of 69. Ralph Gatti/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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David Bowie, An Icon Who Wrote Anthems For The Alienated

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The Rolling Stones perform in June 2014 during a concert at the Stade de France in Saint-Denis, outside Paris. The brother of one of the victims of Friday's terrorist attacks in Paris would like the band to return to the city for his brother's funeral. Eric Feferberg/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Brother Of Man Who Died At Bataclan: 'I Want Rock And Roll' For Him

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