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No iPod, Radio or Humming on 'No Music Day'

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No iPod, Radio or Humming on 'No Music Day'

No iPod, Radio or Humming on 'No Music Day'

No iPod, Radio or Humming on 'No Music Day'

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For some, it may seem impossible to go a full 24 hours without any music. But that's the dream of Bill Drummond, former musician, artist and founder of "No Music Day."

Drummond talks to Melissa Block about how No Music Day got started and the significance of its Nov. 21 observance.

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