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Friday, November 2, 2012

Bluegrass Country Concert: Celebration Of 45 Years

Bluegrass Country is celebrating 45 years of programming with a live concert at the George Washington University Lisner Auditorium.
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Taylor Swift, Princess Of Punk?

What exactly does the country star's new single, a kiss-off to an unworthy ex called "We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together," have in common with angry punk rock? Plenty.
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Janka Nabay: The King Of Bubu Music

Forced into exile from Sierra Leone, Nabay now makes his mysterious, mesmerizing music in Brooklyn.
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Sara Watkins On World Cafe

The singer and former Nickel Creek fiddler is back with her second solo album, Sun Midnight Sun.
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Tim Storms Holds Record For Lowest Sung Note

Tim Storms has broken the world record twice for the lowest sung note ever recorded. He recently won a competition to sing a low E, more than two octaves below middle C, on a new album by composer Paul Mealor, called, Tranquility: Voices of Deep Calm with the St. Petersburg Chamber Choir.
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Scott McKenzie, Who Sang 'San Francisco' In The Summer Of Love, Dies

The gentle song became a hit and captured the spirit of what was happening in San Francisco that year. McKenzie was 73.
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Arizona Dranes, Forgotten Mother Of The Gospel Beat

Dranes was a blind black pianist who shook the foundations of gospel in the 1920s by introducing secular styles like barrelhouse and ragtime into spiritual music.

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