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Toby Keith To Perform For Donald Trump At “Men-Only” Concert In Saudi Arabia
Toby Keith, a singer known for lyrics about America and beer, will perform at a men-only concert in Saudi Arabia, where alcohol is illegal.
25 Lomax Family Photos From The Archive Of American Folk Song
When "folk music" meant more than just acoustic guitars.
50 David Bowie Photos Guaranteed To Make You Miss Him All Over Again
From Ziggy Stardust to the Thin White Duke, look back on music's biggest chameleon in these photos.
27 Raw Images That Document The Birth Of The Blues
In the early 1930s, the Lomax brothers headed South to document the music coming from African-American porches, and the people making the music.
Ma Rainey, The “Mother Of The Blues” Who Still Inspires Music Today
How one small-town, Georgia girl would go on to inspire generations of musicians.
New York Disco Clubs In The 1970s: When Exclusivity Was About Inclusivity
Disco was about far more than drugs and disco balls.
How Skinheads Transformed From Inclusive Youth Movement Into Racist Hate Group
Before linking with Neo-Nazism, skinhead culture started among young English and Jamaican working-class communities in 1960s London.
This Week In History, Feb. 5 – 11
Possible remains of America's first colonists, Holocaust songs recovered, the Mitch McConnell/Elizabeth Warren rule, The Beatles hit America, and photos taken just after history was made.
African-American Man Convinces 200 Racists To Leave KKK By Befriending Them
For three decades, blues musician Daryl Davis has traveled around the U.S., seeking out white supremacists at every turn in hopes of changing their minds. Now, Davis states that he’s convinced roughly 200 white supremacists to leave the Ku Klux Klan by befriending them. A new documentary about Davis even...
What We Loved This Week, Nov. 13 – 19
Vintage NYC cab scenes, rockstars backstage, German soldiers just before WWII, inside an American militia, the world's cultures a century ago.