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The Great American Songbook is a bit of a misnomer, considering it is not a real book. And yet, the contents of that songbook formed the basis of American popular song for much of the 20th century. 

Flying Carpet Theatre Director Adam Koplan returned to "City Lights" to help further demystify the invisible — and fluid — volume of music.

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Carter Sutherland sings Miley Cyrus’ saccharine 2009 hit "The Climb" as he hefts a rolled-up handicap ramp through the front door of the Mammal Gallery in Atlanta’s South Downtown neighborhood. It’s a little unwieldy, but for a person living with a disability, it could mean being able to get into a venue to see their favorite band.

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Jeremy Cowart

Emily Saliers is best known as one-half of The Indigo Girls – and while the Atlanta folk pop duo is still going strong, she’s finally done something she’s been meaning to do for a long time: Saliers' first solo record, “Murmuration Nation,” is out today.

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This weekend, Atlanta venues are playing host to acts as diverse as classic light rock kings and an Atlanta trap legend.

Music contributor Mara Davis joins host emeritus Steve Goss for a look ahead with "Mara's Music Mix."

Glen Campbell, Country Music Legend, Is Dead At 81

Aug 8, 2017
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Singer, guitarist and Country Music Hall of Fame inductee Glen Campbell has died at age 81 in a Nashville care facility after a very public struggle with Alzheimer's disease. Campbell's death was announced in a statement from his family.

Campbell was an iconic performer whose career spanned half a century, and who blurred the lines between country and pop.

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