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People Get Ready On World Cafe

The New York band blends music and movement seamlessly, blurring the line between a rock concert and a dance performance.
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Ozomatli Turns To A New Cool: Kids' Music

The Grammy-winning band is known for mixing music styles and writing lyrics about immigration, violence and other issues. But now it's turning to kid-friendly fare: songs about trees, germs, even a moose on the loose. Band member Jiro Yamaguchi talks about the band's new album, Ozomatli Presents OzoKidz.
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Patti Page, Who Dominated The '50s Pop Charts, Dies

Page had one of the biggest-selling singles ever with her version of "The Tennessee Waltz."
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Gospel Star Vicki Yohe's Shares Songs Of Strength

Vicki Yohe may look like a country western singer with her blond hair and blue eyes. But she's an urban gospel star. Yohe's latest album is titled, I'm at Peace: A Praise and Worship Experience. For Tell Me More's In Your Ear series, Yohe shares the songs that lift her up in tough times.
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Ed Sheeran: All Pluses, No Minuses

After several years spent releasing his own music and booking his own tours, the British singer-songwriter now has a Grammy nomination and an opening spot on Taylor Swift's U.S. tour.
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'One Pound Fish': A Pakistani Man's Passport To Fame

A Pakistani man who went to London to sell fish has become an unlikely YouTube music star, thanks to the catchy song he made up to lure customers. The video for the song, "One Pound Fish," became a Web hit, and even brought him a record deal.

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