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In Toronto, An Ad-Hoc Choir Becomes A Community

Founded last year in the midst of a massive winter storm, Choir! Choir! Choir! is a singing group that opens its doors to anyone, meets once a week and tackles just about any pop song.
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Ernie K-Doe: A One-Hit Weirdo's Rise, Fall And Redemption

In a life of wild ups and downs, the New Orleans musician managed to pierce the national consciousness in 1961 with the song "Mother-in-Law."
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This Is What It Sounds Like When Two Women Cover Prince

SNL alumna Maya Rudolph and musician Gretchen Liberum co-lead the cover band Princess. The duo had its television debut, with some help from The Roots, on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon this fall.
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Marin Alsop: A Utopian Musical Dream From South America

The inspirational El Sistema music education program, developed in Venezuela, has Sao Paulo Symphony conductor Marin Alsop fantasizing about a better musical world. Her other orchestra, the Baltimore Symphony, is bringing similar opportunities to Charm City children.
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Brian Eno On World Cafe

Eno has left an indelible footprint on the popular-music landscape as a producer, a composer and an early innovator in ambient music. Speaking with World Cafe host David Dye, he looks back on his career and discusses his latest album, Lux.
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Minus The Bear On World Cafe

Minus The Bear has been refining its hook-driven melodic rock for more than a decade. The Seattle band plays an acoustic set from its latest album, Infinity Overhead, on this session of World Cafe.

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