Jessie J

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"Bang Bang" there goes our heart. Jessie J takes us there in a blue jumpsuit on July 29 in New York 

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Pepe Aguilar Does It His Way

GRAMMY- and Latin GRAMMY winner on stepping out of his comfort zone and becoming an independent artist 14 years ago
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GRAMMY- and Latin GRAMMY-winning singer/songwriter Pepe Aguilar recently participated in an installment of the GRAMMY Museum's A Conversation With series. Before an intimate audience at the Museum's Clive Davis Theater, Aguilar discussed why he stepped out of his comfort zone to become an independent artist 14 years ago and why he'll continue to manage his career his way.   

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King Diamond

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GRAMMY-nominated heavy metal rocker King Diamond rules the stage during a performance on July 28 in Berlin 

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Darius Rucker

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Darius Rucker takes a break from hitting the green to serenade the crowd at the T.J. Martell Foundation Golf Classic on July 28 in Croton-On-Hudson, N.Y.

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Christina Perri

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Christina Perri burns some gold during a performance on "Late Night With Seth Meyers" on July 28 in New York 

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John Legend And Chrissy Teigen

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John Legend kisses wife Chrissy Teigen's perfect imperfections at a party on July 28 in New York  

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Lady Gaga And Tony Bennett

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Lady Gaga and Tony Bennett cozy up on the red carpet for the taping of their "Cheek To Cheek Live!" TV special at Lincoln Center on July 28 in New York

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Swingin' Tribute Bands

Jazz tribute bands pay homage to the music of jazz legends from Bix Beiderbecke to Miles Davis
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Ever wonder what the Beatles sounded like in a small club? Too young to have seen Led Zeppelin with original drummer John Bonham? Can't afford a ticket to see the Rolling Stones? Tribute bands to these rock legends, among others, offer fans a viable entertainment alternative. The musicians dress like the original members, adopt a name that references the band's history and typically perform, note-for-note, a set list of greatest hits. But the tribute band concept isn't limited to the rock genre.

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