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Jakob Dylan (left) and Tom Petty in a still from Echo in the Canyon. Greenwich Entertainment hide caption

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One LA Community Where Folk And Rock Converged

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Rashema Melson gets a hug and has her photo taken with her cousin Anthony Young after the 2019 Georgetown University graduation ceremony. Robb Hill for The Washington Post/Getty Images hide caption

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Once A Homeless D.C. Teen, Now A Georgetown Graduate

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Quinn Christopherson is the winner of the 2019 Tiny Desk Contest. Ash Adams/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Meet Quinn Christopherson, Winner Of The 2019 Tiny Desk Contest

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Vampire Weekend's Father of the Bride, the band's first album in six years, is out May 3. Michael Schmelling/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Vampire Weekend Is Looking For The Cool Within The Uncool

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Gary Carr stars as Charles "Buddy" Bolden in the jazz biopic Bolden: Where The Music Began, in theaters Friday. Fred Norris/Courtesy of King Bolden LLC hide caption

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Wynton Marsalis Imagines Buddy Bolden's Jazz On-Screen: 'He Was Bringing Fire'

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Pete Seeger: The Smithsonian Folkways Collection is a six-CD collection of Seeger's previously unreleased music, accompanied by a 200-page book. Diana Davies/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Pete Seeger's Legacy Gets Immortalized With 'Smithsonian Folkways' Collection

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Kanye West performs Sunday Service during the 2019 Coachella Valley Music And Arts Festival on April 21, 2019 in Indio, California. Rich Fury/Getty Images for Coachella hide caption

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At Kanye West's Sunday Service, 'He Is The Church'

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The International Sweethearts of Rhythm in the 1940s. Courtesy of Rosalind Cron hide caption

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The All-Female Big Bands That Made History During World War II

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Valerie Jarrett, a former Obama administration staffer, has a new book titled, Finding My Voice. Claire Harbage/NPR/Claire Harbage hide caption

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Obama Adviser Valerie Jarrett Defends Biden, Talks 2020 In Conversation About Memoir

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Maren Morris steps forward with confidence, drive and R&B-country hybrids with her sophomore album, GIRL. Jamie Nelson/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Maren Morris Grows Into Her Own: 'I'm A Little Bit Of Everything'

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David Means, Defender Of The Short Story, On His 'Instructions For A Funeral'

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A Year Later, West Virginia Educators Reflect On Strike And What's Changed

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Duke Ellington at the piano, circa 1940. John Kobal Foundation/Getty Images hide caption

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A Sprawling Blueprint For Protest Music, Courtesy Of The Jazz Duke

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Glenn Close plays Joan, the titular wife in The Wife. The role has earned her an Academy Award nomination for best actress. Graeme Hunter/Courtesy of Sony Pictures Classics hide caption

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Well Before 'The Wife,' Glenn Close Was Ready For Her Close-Up

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DNA, the ninth album of the Backstreet Boys, is due out Jan. 25. Dennis Leupold/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Backstreet Boys On Fatherhood, Addiction And New (Grammy-Nominated) Music

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