Pahinui, who succumbed to health complications possibly caused by exposure to Agent Orange while serving in Vietnam, was drawn at a young age to the backyard sessions his father regularly held.
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The results are in for our reader poll of the most influential women and non-binary musicians of this century. Your picks help us consider and question what "influence" can mean in new ways.
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Aaron Copland's "Fanfare for the Common Man" was written in 1942 after the U.S. entered World War II. It continues to command attention. This story initially aired on July 19, 2018. Read more here.
Pop superstar J Balvin started the night with the most nominations. But two of the biggest prizes — for Song and Record of the Year — went to "Telefonia," by venerated troubadour Jorge Drexler.
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