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June, 28, 2016

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BET Awards full of Prince tributes and politics
The BET Awards -- or "The Prince Tribute Show" -- featured emotional and energetic performances from Sheila E., Stevie Wonder and Jennifer Hudson honoring the Purple One, along with political statements on issues ranging from racial injustice to the U.S. presidential election.
 
Golden winner
Singer Julia Peng (彭佳慧) and her son pose for a photo at the red carpet event for the 27th Golden Melody Awards in Taipei on Saturday, June 25.
 
Bernie Worrell, P-Funk keyboardist, dead at 72
Bernie Worrell, the ingenious "Wizard of Woo" whose amazing array of keyboard sounds and textures helped define the Parliament-Funkadelic musical empire and influenced performers of funk, rock, hip-hop and other genres, has died.
 
Kanye West has unveiled a video on a subject he knows something about: fame.
 
Birdy finds freedom on 3rd album 'Beautiful Lies'
UK singer Birdy burst on the music scene at 15 with a knack for making cover songs sound like her own with her broody, gloomy vocals.
 
Led Zeppelin rocks copyright case over 'Stairway to Heaven'
Music spoke louder than words of witnesses for a jury Thursday that decided Led Zeppelin did not lift a riff from an obscure 1960s instrumental for the introduction to its classic rock anthem "Stairway to Heaven."
 
Rap's Arrested Development still making music on their terms
The hip-hop group Arrested Development is still making music on their own terms by releasing two new albums this year, one that is a free download and another one for sale.
 
Trumpet player Wayne Jackson, who played standout horn lines on rock 'n' roll, soul, R&B and pop mainstays along with Memphis Horns partner and tenor saxophonist Andrew Love, has died. He was 74.
 
In NY, Syrian opera singer performs with US refugee orchestra
Performing Puccini to a rapt New York audience, her soprano voice soaring to the rafters, Lubana al-Quntar may be the last person most Americans would think to be a Syrian refugee.
 
To make summer show pop, Rockettes turn to light wizards
Madonna has turned to them for a little stage magic. So have Muse and Nine Inch Nails. In search of their own visual bang, companies as different as Chevy, Cirque du Soleil, Royal Caribbean and Oakley have sought them out.
 
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