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Industry Remembers Pop Icon Whitney Houston

The talented but troubled singer was found unresponsive at a Los Angeles hotel on the eve of the Grammys. Debra Lee of Black Entertainment Television and music critic Steven Ivory join host Michel Martin to discuss Whitney Houston's life and legacy.
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'Conchords': Musical Comedy from Clueless Kiwis

In 2007, Jemaine Clement and Bret McKenzie joined Terry Gross for a discussion about their folk-parody band Flight of the Conchords.
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Bret McKenzie: A Manly Muppet And A Muppet Of A Man

McKenzie, half of the New Zealand musical comedy duo Flight of the Conchords, wrote five songs in the recent Muppets movie. "Man or Muppet" is nominated for Best Original Song at this year's Academy Awards.
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Officials Say Houston's Cause Of Death Will Take Time

Grammys honor Houston, as officials say singer's cause of death will have to wait toxicology reports that could take as much as two months.
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Whitney Houston: From Choir To Music Legend

Whitney Houston died on Saturday at the age of 48. Her problems with drugs have been well documented. In her lifetime, she sold 170 million albums. Houston's most famous song is her rendition of a tune written by Dolly Parton, "I Will Always Love You."
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Adele Sweeps The Grammy Awards

Adele won every category in which she was nominated, including Record, Album and Song of the Year, and performed for the first time in months. Foo Fighters and Kanye West also won multiple awards in a ceremony that balanced celebration with mourning over Whitney Houston's death.
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Whitney Houston: Her Life Played Out Like An Opera

Ann Powers on one of the world's biggest singers, who died at age 48 Saturday afternoon.

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