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The Appalachian Inspiration Of The Black Lillies

The Knoxville band's regional roots are at the center of its sound. Members Cruz Contreras and Trisha Gene Brady explain how the mountains inspire their music.

Sanders fans depict him as Robin Hood for his views on inequality. So why isn't he winning the most unequal states? Charlie Leight/Getty Images News hide caption

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Sanders Has Been Losing In States Where Income Inequality Is Worse

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I do Exist The Civil Wars
Too Much Birthday (Instrumental) People Under The Stairs

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'British Bake Off' Winner Takes On The Toughest Judge Of All: The Queen

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Les Djinns Trentemoller
Live in Knoxville R-B-Morris
Jessica - Unedited Version The Allman Brothers Band
Tepid Bile Tipper
Floating Celtic Chill
Canoe Canoa Populous

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The Appalachian Inspiration Of The Black Lillies

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Live in Knoxville R-B-Morris
Whiskey Angel The Black Lillies

"In general, everybody should admit the world is changing really fast and it's hard for the conversations to keep up," Tennessee Gov. Bill Haslam told NPR. Mark Humphrey/AP hide caption

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For Tennessee Governor Weighing Religious Objection Bill, It's All About Values

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Live in Knoxville R-B-Morris
Castle Rock Barefoot Jerry
Coffee Featuring JohnDamielle - Instrumental Aesop Rock
Say My Name (Instrumental) ODESZA
Star Time 2 Squarepusher
Live in Knoxville R-B-Morris
Slipped Disc Luke Vibert
Day 20 Ta-Ku
Moments Never Forget Mosca
Walkin On A Pretty Day Kurt Vile
Nobody To Blame Chris Stapleton

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