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Colin Meloy: '10-Dollar Words' For A Cause

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Esau Mwamwaya: Reggae-Pop From Malawi

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Gospel Tour Unites Contest With Sunday Spirit

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The Glamorous Life Of Daniel Hope

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Vashti Bunyan: 40 Years Later, A Musical Rebirth

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Thelonious Monk Institute Honors B.B. King

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American composer George Gershwin in 1925. Hulton Archive/Getty Images hide caption

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Hear 'Summertime' And What Makes It Great

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Ladies Of Hip Hop Tell Their Side Of The Story

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Al Grey used a plumber's implement to perfect a unique trombone style. William P. Gottlieb/Library of Congress via flickr.com hide caption

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