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Read Obama's 'Hope And Virtue' Distilled In A Song
Read 5 Blues Songs That Feel Your Midwinter Chill Jazz24
Read After Big Year, Emeli Sande's 'Version Of Events'
Read Who Needs Drugs When You've Got Music?
Watch Loved By Millions, Hated By You — What To Do?
Read Winter Jazzfest 2013: The Sounds Of Surprise
Read As Bell Ringers Chime In, A Laptop Musician Branches Out
January 15, 2013 – Pantha du Prince collaborates with The Bell Laboratory on his latest album, Elements of Light.
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Read Justin Timberlake Suits Up And Steps Out
Watch The Drummer Queen Who Runs Nairobi Dancefloors
Watch A Married Duo Chases The Dream, Toddlers In Tow
Read Naxos: The Little Record Label That Could (And Did)
January 13, 2013 – In the past 25 years, Naxos has gone from an industry joke to a major force in classical music.
Read Out Of A Cult, Into The World: Owens' Transformation
January 12, 2013 – After Christopher Owens fled the cult he grew up in, he used his musical talent to launch a career.
Read Why There Are Only 100 Copies Of The New Bob Dylan Record
January 12, 2013 – Dylan's new compilation takes advantage of a change in European copyright law.
Watch A Night Out With Sam Cooke: 'Harlem Square' Turns 50
January 12, 2013 – Though now beloved, Cooke's 1963 live album was shelved by his label for more than 20 years.