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Mardi Gras Indian Big Chief Monk Boudreaux (right) and members of his Golden Eagles tribe in March 2019 in New Orleans. Erika Goldring/Getty Images hide caption

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In New Orleans, 'Indian Red' Is The Anthemic Sound Of Tradition

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Ranveer Singh, one of the stars of the recent film Gully Boy, at a publicity event in Mumbai on Jan. 9, 2019. The film has put a spotlight on Indian hip-hop, to the chagrin of some working in it. Sujit Jaiswal/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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What Does 'Born In The U.S.A.' Really Mean?

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Jenny Lewis returns with On The Line, out now. Autumn De Wilde/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Jenny Lewis Puts Her Emotions 'On The Line': 'It Can Get Ugly Sometimes'

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Duster was one of hundreds of bands in the late 1990s who made music that was loved by a small audience, then disbanded and assumed its story was over. Then a new generation of fans discovered the band. Courtesy of Numero Group hide caption

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Nat King Cole plays with his jazz orchestra on the stage of The Apollo Theater, in Harlem, N.Y. in the 1950s. Eric Schwab/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Nat King Cole Still Remains 'One Of The Great Gifts Of Nature' 100 Years Later

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How 'This Land Is Your Land' Roamed And Rambled Into American Life

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No Man's Band: All-Female Jazz Orchestras Then and Now

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French composer Hector Berlioz died 150 years ago. He has been a lifelong favorite of the British author David Cairns, who wrote Berlioz's biography and edited and translated his memoirs. émile Signol/Académie fran?aise/Villa Médicis, Rome hide caption

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Mark Hollis, photographed in 1998, the year his self-titled solo album was released. The singer and songwriter died in February 2019. Paul Bergen/Redferns/Getty Images hide caption

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Stephen Stills (left) performs with Buffalo Springfield on The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour in 1967. CBS Photo Archive/CBS via Getty Images hide caption

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A Thousand People In The Street: 'For What It's Worth' Captured Youth In Revolt

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Dutch superstar DJ Tiesto (seen here performing in Miami in February 2019) released a massively popular electronic reworking of Samuel Barber's Adagio for Strings in 2005. Paras Griffin/Getty Images for E11EVEN Miami hide caption

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From Funerals To Festivals, The Curious Journey Of The 'Adagio For Strings'

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