As balloons fell after Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump accepted his party nomination last night, the Rolling Stones' "You Can't Always Get What You Want' rang through the arena. Jim Watson/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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'Pet Sounds' And The Band That Gets To Play It Onstage

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Bernie Worrell performs at the Black Rock Coalition Presents: All The Woo In The World — An All-Star Celebration benefit concert on April 4 in New York City. The concert was raising money for Worrell's medical costs. Al Pereira/WireImage hide caption

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From 1991: Funk Legend Bernie Worrell, By Andy Lyman

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Zappa On Zappa: 'Eat That Question' Tells A Contrarian's Story In His Own Words

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Hey, Hey, It's 50 Years Of The Monkees!

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Adia Victoria is a Nashville-based singer and songwriter who sounds nothing like what we think of as Nashville. Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Adia Victoria Reckons With The South

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Bunny Wailer is the last living original member of the legendary reggae group The Wailers. He recently finished his first US tour in more than 20 years. Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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On Anniversary Tour, Bunny Wailer Is Still A Blackheart Man

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Children of Bodom is one of the many bands in Finland's vibrant — and unique — heavy metal scene. David A. Smith/Getty Images hide caption

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President Obama Is Familiar With Finland's Heavy Metal Scene. Are You?

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North Carolinian Rhiannon Giddens, who opposes HB2, says she struggled with whether to speak out against the bill from stage: "How can I use my platform for good without jeopardizing everything so that I don't have that platform anymore?" Erika Goldring/Getty Images for Americana Music hide caption

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LISTEN: Opening riff, Led Zeppelin's 'Stairway To Heaven'

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Anderson .Paak blended modern hip-hop and classic soul in a timeless blend at NPR Music's SXSW showcase. Adam Kissick for NPR hide caption

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Wednesday Night Dispatch From SXSW 2016

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