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The festival can be enjoyed on TV and online on Saturday, July 4th and on KBOO radio both Saturday and Sunday 

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Photo Courtesy of @RootsPicnic/Instagram 

The virtual picnic, which will focus on having fun while increasing voter registration, will stream live Saturday, June 27, at 8 pm ET (5 pm PT) on YouTube.

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No new music will be released on Tuesday and the industry is calling for a day off from work to connect with community

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Anthony Anderson, Kelly Rowland, Terrence J, and Regina Hall set to host the two-hour special and performances include Alicia Keys with a special tribute to New York City, and a Gospel moment with Kirk Franklin featuring Fantasia and more.

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Dr. Elvis Francois, an orthopedic surgery resident at the Mayo Clinic, records a song at Carpet booth studio in SE Rochester, Minn. (Evan Schlee via AP) 

Two years after becoming an unlikely singing sensation, the 34-year-old doctor with a golden voice is releasing his first-ever EP on Friday

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Hits like "Lean On Me," "Lovely Day" and “Ain’t No Sunshine” are the three-time Grammy Award winner's legacy in music

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Public Enemy "will be moving forward without Flavor Flav," the band said in a brief statement Sunday

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Charlie Rouse, Jr. arrives in Portland 

Charlie "Chico" Rouse Jr. will be at Rythm Traders located at 3904 NE MLK Blvd with Mel Brown Wednesday, February 19, 6:30-7:00 filming an impromptu in-store jam session

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Music To Be Murdered By [Explicit]Eminem 

The Detroit rapper's new music video for "Darkness," one of the album's 20 tracks, depicts a shooting at a concert and ends with a call for changes to gun laws

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The jazz trailblazer will perform his 2011 release, The Seven Deadly Sins, with a full jazz orchestra

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