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Molly Burch On World Cafe

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Singer John Sebastian, founder of The Lovin' Spoonful, made an impromptu appearance at the Woodstock festival. Henry Diltz hide caption

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Woodstock At 50: The Unheard Recordings

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Camp Cope On World Cafe

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The Edge and Bono perform in the Netherlands during U2's The Joshua Tree tour in 1987. The U2 song "I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For," inspired by gospel, has become a rock and roll hymn, even finding its way into real-life church services. Rob Verhorst/Redferns/Getty Images hide caption

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In U2's 'I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For,' A Restless Search For Meaning

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"We wanted to do a record for the people who don't know the band as well," says Spoon singer Britt Daniel (center) of the reasoning behind its new greatest hits album, Everything Hits At Once. Chelsea Lauren/Getty Images hide caption

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The Fort Stage during the Newport Folk Festival, 2018 at Fort Adams State Park in Newport, Rhode Island. Douglas Mason/Getty Images hide caption

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Newport Folk Festival Preview 2019

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New Frightened Rabbit Compilation 'Carries On' The Songs Of The Late Scott Hutchison

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Thom Yorke's third solo album ANIMA represents a recalibration of his creative process. Vittorio Zunino Celotto/Getty Images hide caption

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Thom Yorke Recalibrates And Digs Deeper Into His Dread Of Technology With 'ANIMA'

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The Black Keys On World Cafe

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