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Local St. Louis, MO hip-hop and pop band Jon Doe performing their latest hits from their album "The Red". Find Jon Doe on Soundcloud.
The 'father of Rock n' Roll' Chuck Berry has died at age 90. Some of the best musicians in the world react on social media about his influence. Courtesy of USA Today.
The late-night comics on the White House's distance from the GOP health care plan. Take a look at our favorite jokes, then vote for yours at opinion.usatoday.com.  Courtesy of USA Today.
Comedian Dave Chappelle has been making people laugh for 30 years. His career exploded after two hilarious seasons of "Chappelle's Show" on Comedy Central, but he suddenly abandoned it at the height of his success. Now, he's back with a three-part stand-up comedy special on Netflix. Chappelle often shies away from interviews, but he sat [...]
Charles Edward Anderson “Chuck” Berry sunrise 10/18/26, sunset 3/18/17 St. Louis, Missouri. Convicted of armed robbery in high school and served time in a reformatory from 1944 to 1947. After release from reformatory worked in an automotive assembly plant. His influences were Louis Jordan, Nat King Cole, Bennie Goodman, and Muddy Waters. He owned a [...]
Will Smith’s next movie -- part cop flick, part sci-fi -- has all the makings of a Hollywood blockbuster except one. When “Bright” is released later this year it’ll be playing on Netflix Inc.’s streaming service, not thousands of theater screens. Bloomberg's Caroline Hyde has more on "Bloomberg Markets."
On this Episode of VIVA Nation TV showcases some great songs to chill with for the weekend. Umsindo "Durban's Finest" Euphonik "It's A Fine Day" ft. Zandra Radio & Weasel "Plenty PJ Powers & Ladysmith Black Mambazo "World in Unity" Loyiso Bala & Janine Price "Kingdom Come" Judith Sephuma "Jesus is Lord"
The executive producer of the hit slavery-era drama and stars Jurnee Smollett-Bell and Aldis Hodge chat with CNN about the show's relevance. Courtesy of CNN.
From the godfather of blues himself. This live performance is courtesy of David Hoffman.
Chance the Rapper announced today that he plans to donate $1 million to Chicago public schools. This comes after failed meeting with Illinois Gov. Bruce Rauner about school funding last Friday.

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