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Lil Baby performs during a Juneteenth voter registration rally on June 19, 2020 at Murphy Park Fairgrounds in Atlanta, Ga. One week earlier, he released "The Bigger Picture," a song protesting police brutality. Paras Griffin/Getty Images hide caption

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John Boutte's famous performance at the 2006 New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival is just one of the beloved performances included in WWOZ's Jazz Festing in Place series. Marc PoKempner/Courtesy of the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Foundation hide caption

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From Ella Fitzgerald To John Boutté: Jazz Festing In Place Presents Archival Audio

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In 1980, Stevie Wonder helped campaign for Martin Luther King Jr.'s birthday to become a national holiday. "I never saw it as being political," he says. "I just saw it as being the right thing to do." Philippe Callant for NPR hide caption

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Sylvia Moy and Stevie Wonder during the 37th Annual Songwriters Hall of Fame ceremony in 2006, at which Moy was inducted. Moy died Saturday at age 78. L. Busacca/WireImage for Songwriter's Hall hide caption

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Remembering Sylvia Moy, Pioneering Motown Songwriter And Producer

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"There had never even been a Canadian DJ that made it to the finals, period," says Alain Macklovitch, aka A-Trak. "And I came in and I won." Kenneth Cappello/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Before Leaping Onto Kanye's Records, A-Trak Forged A Career From Scratch

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Guests rate the songs at the All Songs Considered Listening Party in Washington, D.C. Jeff Martin hide caption

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You Cannot Be Serious: The All Songs Considered Listening Party

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From Alt.Latino, With Love: A Valentine's Day Extravaganza

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Bruce Springsteen and Tom Morello perform at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame's 25th-anniversary concert. Stephen Lovekin/Getty Images Entertainment hide caption

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Stevie Wonder, John Fogerty, Trey Anastasio

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