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Exploring the music that is tied to iconic moments in history and the impact it had on society; from the march on Washington to Hurricane Katrina, music has played an integral role in criticizing and celebrating historical events.

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aired 788 days ago
Following Hurricane Katrina, international artists from U2 to Kanye West joined New Orleans musicians in benefit concerts to help ensure the city's rich traditions survived.
aired 802 days ago
Following the killings of four Kent State University students during anti-Vietnam War protests; politically driven songs from Neil Young, Buffalo Springfield and others.
aired 809 days ago
Following the terrorist attacks on September 11th, songs like Billy Joel's "New York State of Mind" took on a new and heightened meaning and politically charged country music took center stage.
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Exploring the music that kept the spirit of the civil rights movement alive following the death of Martin Luther King Jr.

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