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Music Interviews

On Thanksgiving, Four Musicians Show Mutual Gratitude

Ari Shapiro speaks with four artists — Oregon's Blind Pilot, Nashville's Rayland Baxter, Atlanta's Raury and Colombia's Kali Uchis — about a fellow musician they're grateful for.

Fragile Memories Mokhov
African Velvet Air
Leia's News/Light of the Force London Symphony Orchestra
Romanza andaluza y jota navarra, for violin & piano, Op. 22 (Danzas Españolas Nos. 3 & 4) [Romanza Andaluza]

The Mayflower, the ship in which the Pilgrims crossed the Atlantic to the New World in 1620. Three Lions/Getty Images hide caption

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Reconsidering The Pilgrims, Piety And America's Founding Principles

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In the Mood Glenn Miller
Confessions BadBadNotGood
Gay Sons of Lesbian Mothers Kaki King
Mama Loves Nortec Bostich & Fussible & Bostich + Fussible
Pump up the Jam [Sequential One Radio Mix] Technotronic

Joel Touitou Laloux's family owned Paris' Bataclan theater from 1976 until last year, when the performance hall was sold and he retired to Israel. He's shown here on Nov. 18 at his home in the Mediterranean coastal city of Ashdod in southern Israel. Jack Guez/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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From Retirement In Israel, Bataclan Ex-Owner Recalls Better Times

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Go!Amigo TF Boys
Halcyon Days Mokhov

Members of the black student protest group Concerned Student 1950 raise their arms during a rally at Mizzou. Protests like this are making high schoolers look twice at where they want to study and the culture of racism on campus. Jeff Roberson/AP hide caption

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Amid Application Season, Seniors Consider A New Criterion: Race Relations

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The next time a cooking disaster strikes, remember: It happens to the best of us. Piotr Tomicki/iStockphoto hide caption

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Kitchen Disasters: Top Chefs Recall Dinner Gone Wrong

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Caprices (8), for violin & piano, Op 5 [No 2, Perpetuum Mobile]

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On Thanksgiving, Four Musicians Show Mutual Gratitude

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Tron Song Thundercat
Flashdance Deep Dish

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