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"My life and my career is a real anomaly," Nile Rodgers says. "I mean, I'm a 64-year-old black man with a front-line record deal. It's insane." Adam Kissick for NPR hide caption

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Nile Rodgers At SXSW: 'No One Else Can Tell The Story'

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Tameca Jones got her start singing at the Continental Club in Austin, Texas. Dan Winters/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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At SXSW, A Moment With The 'Queen Of Austin Soul'

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