Bob Boilen Bob Boilen is the creator and host of NPR's All Songs Considered.

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All Songs +1: John Paul White Sings The Song That Changed His Life

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Clockwise from upper left: David Longstreth of Dirty Projectors, The Gift, Leonard Cohen, Johnnyswim, Julia Jacklin Courtesy of the artists hide caption

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Whole Show

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Nine Artists To Watch For At AmericanaFest 2016

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Clockwise from upper left: Peter Gabriel, Nick Murphy (formerly known as Chet Faker), King Creosote, L.A. Salami, Nick Cave Courtesy of the artists hide caption

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New Mix: Peter Gabriel, Nick Cave, King Creosote, More

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All Songs +1: A Devastating New Film About Nick Cave

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All Songs Rewind: Breaking Up With Your Favorite Bands

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Officer Robert Yocum informs Beatle fans Chelie Mylott and Melody Yapscott, right, that they'll have to move from their spot in front of the Hollywood Bowl. The women had no tickets but hoped to get them from scalpers or sneak in. This photo was published in the Aug. 24, 1964 Los Angeles Times. John Malmin/LA Times via Getty Images hide caption

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The Beatles Live At The Hollywood Bowl

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