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Reba McEntire Is Rescued By Emergency Workers After A Staircase Collapsed

Once again, country music star Reba McEntire is a survivor. She was rescued from a historical building in Atoka, Okla., when a staircase collapsed.

Join NPR Music's Listening Party For John Prine's Debut Album

For its 50th anniversary, join us in an online listening party for John Prine's self-titled debut. NPR Music's Ann Powers will be joined by John's wife Fiona Prine, their
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Alt.Latino And Tiny Desk Concert Celebrate National Hispanic Heritage Month

Alt.Latino, NPR's show about Latin Alternative music and Latino arts and culture, is taking over NPR Music's Tiny Desk Concerts during National Hispanic Heritage Month.
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With The New Album 'Dawn,' Yebba Sheds Old Beliefs

Singer-songwriter Yebba is out with her debut album, Dawn, named after her late mom. She describes the emotional toll she suffered making the album.
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Olympic Gold Medalist Usain Bolt Is Going For Gold In The Music Industry

Olympic sprinter Usain Bolt has released his first album: Country Yutes. It is a mixture of reggae, afrobeats and dancehall music. Plus some ballads. Is there a gold record in
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Alt.Latino And Tiny Desk Celebrate National Hispanic Heritage Month

Alt.Latino, NPR's show about Latin Alternative music and Latino arts and culture, is taking over NPR Music's Tiny Desk Concerts during National Hispanic Heritage Month.

Notebook: A Month Into R. Kelly's Trial, Here's What It's Been Like In The Courtroom

Editor's note: This report includes allegations of sexual and physical abuse. The federal trial against R. Kelly in New York is now almost at the end of its fourth

George Wein, Music Festival Pioneer, Dies At 95

Music impresario George Wein, who spawned the modern music festival when he helped launch the Newport Jazz and Newport Folk Festivals, has died at the age of 95.

The Best Moments From The MTV VMAs

MTV's Video Music Awards returned to the stage after 2020's socially distanced show. The show also marked the network's milestone 40th year. It was a big night for Olivia

Lorde Dropped A Surprise Mini-Album Of 'Solar Power' Tracks In The Māori Language

The New Zealand singer-songwriter Lorde has dropped a surprise EP of five tracks from her Solar Power album, re-recorded in the indigenous Māori language. The EP is called "Te
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The Prosecution Continues To Lay Out Its Case Against Singer R. Kelly

The federal trial in New York against R&B star R. Kelly heads into its fourth week. There's been a long line of alleged victims, former employees and others who have
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Singer And LGBT Icon, Archbishop Carl Bean, Dies At 77

Archbishop Carl Bean, an AIDS activist and pioneer in the LGBTQ religious movement, has died. The openly gay pastor was also a Motown singer. His version of "I Was Born

John Lennon Released 'Imagine' The Same Year NPR Debuted Original Programming

We're celebrating NPR's 50th anniversary by revisiting cultural milestones from the year we began broadcasting. "My mother and father believed very much in the power of conceptual thinking," Sean

Phil Schaap, Iconic Jazz DJ And NEA Jazz Master, Dies At 70

The voice of Phil Schaap was as distinctive as the trumpet of Miles Davis, Thelonious Monk's piano, or the sumptuous saxophone harmonies of the Duke Ellington Orchestra, but he
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The Father Of Britney Spears Files A Petition To End Her Conservatorship

Britney Spears' father, Jamie Spears, petitioned a court to end his controversial conservatorship. Under that legal arrangement, he had controlled all aspects of her life for the past 13 years.
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Despite California Festival's Curfew, Guns N' Roses Rocks On

Guns N' Roses was the victim of BottleRock Napa Valley music festival's strict 10 p.m. curfew. The plug was pulled on the group, but stage amps and the crowd kept
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4-Year-Old Piano Prodigy Wins Prestigious Music Competition

About a year ago, Brigitte Xie took up playing the piano. She then won the Elite International Music Competition and will perform at Carnegie Hall — which the pandemic has
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After Taking A Break In 1982, ABBA Is Back With New Music

Nearly 40 years after its farewell single, the Swedish pop group ABBA has announced its return with a new album this fall, and a high-tech digital concert next spring.

Mamma Mia! ABBA Is Back After Nearly 40 Years

Nearly 40 years since they last made music together, the members of ABBA are back. The Swedish pop group has announced an upcoming "hologram" concert in London and its

Join NPR Music's Roséwave Happy Hour For Summer's End

NPR Music's second-ever Roséwave Happy Hour is over, but you can roséwave all year long. Summer's never over if you have roséwave in your heart. NPR Music's summer soundtrack

Greek Composer And Politician Mikis Theodorakis Has Died At The Age Of 96

Greek composer and politician Mikis Theodorakis died Thursday at age 96. A notice on his website cited cardiopulmonary arrest as the cause of death. Theodorakis' music for the film

The Doors' Jim Morrison Died In 1971, The Same Year NPR Debuted Original Programming

This story originally aired on Sept. 1, 2021. Fifty years ago, on July 3, 1971, Jim Morrison — lead singer of the rock group The Doors — died in

Ida Leveled The Karnofsky Shop, Louis Armstrong's Second Home

Another piece of New Orleans's rich jazz history has crumbled to the ground. The building where musical great Louis Armstrong spent much of his childhood is no longer standing
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Historic Karnofsky Shop In New Orleans Collapses During Hurricane Ida

Among the buildings lost to Hurricane Ida was 427 South Rampart St., where Louis Armstrong spent much of his childhood with the Jewish family he worked for. They encouraged him
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Latest 'Candyman' Movie Is Scored By Robert Aiki Aubrey Lowe

A Black avant-garde musician has successfully applied his visceral, voice-centered style to the films he has scored lately. His approach eerily suits the newest Candyman movie.

Isolated By Pandemic, Violinist Jennifer Koh Nurtured A New Community Online

When the pandemic arrived, it hit artists like Jennifer Koh hard. A classical violinist whose repertoire runs from Bach and Beethoven to newly minted pieces, she returned to her

Lee 'Scratch' Perry Dies, Visionary Reggae Producer Was 85

In an industry filled with boundary-breaking visionaries and spectacularly accomplished eccentrics, Lee "Scratch" Perry stood out. The legendary producer of reggae and dub music has died at the age

Lee 'Scratch' Perry, Visionary Reggae Producer, Dies At 85

In an industry filled with boundary-breaking visionaries and spectacularly accomplished eccentrics, Lee "Scratch" Perry stood out. The legendary producer of reggae and dub music has died at the age
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Aaliyah's Catalog Has Started To Arrive On Streaming. What Took So Long?

The late R&B star Aaliyah's catalog has started to arrive on streaming, starting with the 1996 record One In A Million — made in an era now being re-examined for

John Coltrane's Masterpiece Breathes New Life With 'A Love Supreme: Live In Seattle'

John Coltrane's A Love Supreme, recorded near the close of 1964 and released early the following year, inhabits an exalted plane beyond the realm of most other albums, in

Man Photographed As A Baby On 'Nevermind' Cover Sues Nirvana For Sexual Exploitation

The cover for Nevermind, a 1991 Nirvana album that is said to have helped redefine rock music, features a naked 4-month-old baby in a pool, appearing to swim after
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Charlie Watts, Unshakeable Rolling Stones Drummer, Dies At 80

Charlie Watts spent nearly 60 years playing drums for The Rolling Stones. He was known as an unflappable drummer. He died in a hospital in London, surrounded by family.
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It's Been 20 Years Since R&B Singer Aaliyah Died In A Plane Crash

On Aug. 25, 2001, a small plane crashed and burst into flames shortly after takeoff from an island in the Bahamas. On board was R&B singer Aaliyah Dana Haughton, commonly

Rolling Stones Drummer Charlie Watts Dies At 80

Charlie Watts, the unshakeable drummer for The Rolling Stones, died this morning. According to a publicist, he died in a hospital in London, surrounded by family. No cause of
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The First Gibson Les Paul Goldtop Guitar Is Up For Auction

This guitar was owned, customized and adored by Les Paul, who helped develop Gibson's solid body guitar in the 1950s. His signature models have been played by bands like The

Beyoncé Just Became The First Black Woman To Wear The Iconic Tiffany Diamond

Singer Beyoncé and her rapper husband Jay-Z are once again turning heads. And this time, they're making history too. The powerhouse couple is the new face of a Tiffany
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Remembering Don Everly, Half Of The Influential Duo The Everly Brothers

Singer and guitarist Don Everly has died at age 84. The Everly Brothers, his hugely influential duo with his late brother, Phil, was among the first acts inducted into the

Don Everly, Half Of The Quintessential Harmonic Duo The Everly Brothers, Dies At 84

Don Everly, half of one of rock and roll's pioneering groups, The Everly Brothers, has died. The musician, known for singing close harmonies with his brother, was 84.

Tony Bennett Retires From Performing: Listen Back To His 'Fresh Air' Interviews

Bennett continued performing even after he was diagnosed with Alzheimer's disease in 2016. Now, at 95, he will retire, following doctor's orders. Bennett spoke with Terry Gross in 1982, 1991

Lorde, Now Fully Adulting, Embraces A Folksy Analog On 'Solar Power'

Ella Yelich-O'Connor, known to the world as Lorde, is embracing a sunnier and more analog sound, full of plucked acoustic guitars and brushed snares. Since releasing her breakout single,
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Ray Charles Will Be Inducted Into The Country Music Hall Of Fame

Ray Charles is best known for recording hit soul and R&B songs. His album Modern Sounds in Country and Western Music, recorded in the 60s, spent 14 weeks at No.
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Trial Prosecutors Say R. Kelly Used His Fame To Target Girls For Exploitation

A federal trial involving disgraced singer R. Kelly has begun in a Brooklyn courtroom. The charges against Kelly include sexual exploitation of a child, bribery, kidnapping and racketeering.

How A Joke TikTok About Country Music Stereotypes Hit The Radio

YouTube "Could be a hit," country artist George Birge says with a shrug and a smile at the end of a TikTok video from
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83-Year-Old Scottish Composer Janet Beat Releases Her First Album

Janet Beat is known for her trailblazing work in electronic music. The album, Pioneering Knob Twiddler, features compositions she made on synthesizers, tape machines and other acoustic instruments.
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News Brief: Taliban's Charm Offensive, Airport Evacuations, R. Kelly Trial

The Taliban try to convince the world they've changed. For thousands trying to get out of Afghanistan, the focus is on the airport. Opening statements will begin in the criminal

R. Kelly's Trial Has Begun. The Singer Faces Decades Of Sex Abuse Charges

Editor's note: This report includes allegations of sexual and physical abuse. Testimony has started as Day 1 of R. Kelly's federal trial winds down. Kelly is being accused

Lawsuit Alleges Sexual Abuse By Bob Dylan

Renowned singer-songwriter Bob Dylan has been accused of drugging and sexually abusing a minor in 1965. A complaint filed in Manhattan Supreme Court on behalf of a woman referred

Opinion: 13 Years After The Last R. Kelly Trial, The Culture Has Changed

Editor's note: This essay includes allegations of sexual assault and physical abuse. On Wednesday, testimony is scheduled to begin in a Brooklyn courthouse in the first of two federal
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Rodney Crowell Talks New Album 'Triage'

NPR's Don Gonyea speaks with singer-songwriter Rodney Crowell about his latest album.

As Brands Reach For Diverse Customers, McDonald's Launches A Saweetie Celebrity Meal

Watch out folks: This summer may just be getting a little bit icy. Multi-platinum rapper Saweetie, who rose to fame with her hit single "Icy Girl," is teaming

Nanci Griffith Has Died. The Texas Singer-Songwriter Was 68

Nanci Griffith, a Texas-born singer-songwriter celebrated in folk and country-music circles for her crystalline voice and storytelling skill, died Friday in Nashville at age 68. The news was

'Beer Beer, Truck Truck': TikTok Sound Hits The Radio

YouTube "Could be a hit," country artist George Birge says with a shrug and a smile at the end of a TikTok video from
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Fans Ares Still Waiting For Kanye To Release 'Donda'

NPR's A Martinez speaks with BuzzFeed culture writer Elamin Abdelmahmoud about the delayed release of Kanye West's album Donda.
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Fans Are Still Waiting For Kanye To Release 'Donda'

NPR's A Martinez speaks with BuzzFeed culture writer Elamin Abdelmahmoud about the delayed release of Kanye West's album Donda.

Jamie Spears Agrees To Step Down From Britney Spears Conservatorship

After 13 years of controlling Britney Spears' finances, Jamie Spears has filed a document in Los Angeles Superior Court agreeing to step down as the conservator of his daughter's

One Of The Biggest Live Music Companies Will Require Full Vaccination

Some of the most recognizable music venues across the country will soon require proof of vaccination to enter. The new rules will take full effect by Oct. 1. Until

K-Pop Star Seungri Sentenced To 3 Years In Prostitution Case

SEOUL, South Korea — A South Korean military court sentenced disgraced K-pop star Seungri to three years in prison on Thursday for crimes including providing prostitutes to foreign businessmen.

K-Pop Star Seungri Is Sentenced To 3 Years In Prostitution Case

SEOUL, South Korea — A South Korean military court sentenced disgraced K-pop star Seungri to three years in prison on Thursday for crimes including providing prostitutes to foreign businessmen.

K-Pop Star Seungri Is Sentenced To 3 Years In A Prostitution Case

SEOUL, South Korea — A South Korean military court sentenced disgraced K-pop star Seungri to three years in prison on Thursday for crimes including providing prostitutes to foreign businessmen.

China Is Creating A Karaoke Blacklist

China doesn't wantpatrons at tens of thousands of karaoke venues across the country to belt out subversive lyrics — and they are cracking down to make sure that it

Bonnaroo Will Require Vaccination Or Negative Test As Live Music Adapts To Delta

The Bonnaroo music festival will require proof of COVID-19 vaccination or a negative COVID test to attend. In a series of Tweets, organizers of the popular music festival strongly

Peter Rehberg, Influential Electronic Musician And Label Head, Has Died At 53

Peter Rehberg, who recorded groundbreaking albums as Pita and under his own name, and who ran the influential electronic record label Editions Mego, died suddenly on July 22 in

How A Composer Puts A Horse's Movements To Music For The Tokyo Olympics

TOKYO — In equestrian dressage, horses maneuver through complicated, dance-like choreography. The animals pirouette, step high, extend their legs long, and side step to music, signaled by an expert
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Rhihanna Is The Latest To Join The Billionaire's Club

The singer, actress, cosmetics and lingerie mogul is estimated by Forbes to have a fortune worth $1.7 billion. Rhihanna's cosmetics company, Fenty Beauty, made most of that fortune.

The Billionaire's Club Has A New Member: Rihanna

Rihanna told us all along she was calling the shots. Out there, collecting money from all manner of ... people. Now it turns out the singer, actress and

The Music Industry Is Holding DaBaby Accountable

Despite multiple apologies, rapper DaBaby continues to face criticism — and cancellations — for homophobic comments he made during the Rolling Loud festival in late July. Dua Lipa, who
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Remembering Charles Connor, The Longtime Drummer For Little Richard

Seminal rock 'n' roll drummer Charles Connor died on Saturday, according to his daughter. He was 86. Connor played with Little Richard, Sam Cooke, James Brown and many others.
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NPR Music Critic Talks New Posthumous Prince Album 'Welcome 2 America'

Welcome 2 America, the first posthumous album from Prince after his death in 2016, was released Friday.
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Rick Astley's Hit 'Never Gonna Give You Up' Passes 1 Billion Views On YouTube

Many of those views may have been involuntary. Rick-rolling, for those who don't know, is when you prank people by sending them a link to that song, disguised as something
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5 Decades Ago The Concert For Bangladesh Changed The Celerity Fundraiser

As NPR marks 50 years, we're looking back at an event that changed the celebrity fundraiser: The Concert for Bangladesh, which took place on Aug. 1, 1971.
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5 Decades Ago The Concert For Bangladesh Changed The Celebrity Fundraiser

As NPR marks 50 years, we're looking back at an event that changed the celebrity fundraiser: The Concert for Bangladesh, which took place on Aug. 1, 1971.

Dominican Merengue Star Johnny Ventura Dies At 81

The popular Dominican merengue musician Johnny Ventura has died. According to Dominican news media, the 81-year-old musician died after a sudden heart attack in his home country on Wednesday.

Newport Folk Festival Returns, In A Year Defined By Uncertainty

When Cheyenne Shaffer walked onto the grounds of the 2021 Newport Folk Festival, she was dressed for the occasion. "I mean, it's so cheesy — but it's like a
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3 Years After His Death, Sam Mehran's Loved Ones Share Posthumous Album 'Cold Brew'

Underground musician Sam Mehran's father and friends share what the process of compiling his posthumous album, Cold Brew, was like. It's out today, three years after Mehran's death.

ZZ Top Bassist Dusty Hill Dead At Age 72

Dusty Hill, bassist for the enduring Texas blues rock band ZZ Top for over half a century, has died at age 72. The trio's other members, Billy Gibbons and

Wu-Tang Clan Album Once Owned By Martin Shkreli Sold By U.S. Government

The United States has sold the only copy of the Wu-Tang Clan album Once Upon a Time in Shaolinto an anonymous buyer. The price of the sale was also

NYC 'Homecoming' Show Will Star Bruce Springsteen And More, But You Have To Be Vaxxed

New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio has announced the full lineup for the city's big upcoming "Homecoming Concert." The list covers a range of artists from classic rock

Britney Spears' Lawyer Files To Have Her Father Removed From Controlling Her Finances

Britney Spears' recently installed lawyer, Mathew Rosengart, submitted a blistering 120-page petition to Los Angeles Superior Court on Monday, arguing that the singer's father, Jamie Spears, needs to be
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While Finishing Up An Album, Kanye West Has A Unique Living Arrangement

The rapper is living in a stadium in Atlanta while completing his 10th studio album, according to The Associated Press. Donda was supposed to be released last Friday — now

Britney Spears' Lawyer Files Request For New Conservator Of Her Money

Britney Spears' recently named lawyer, Mathew Rosengart, promised when he came aboard on July 14 that he would act speedily towards setting a new course for the pop icon

Prosecutors Say They Have Evidence Of More Abuse And Bribery In The R. Kelly Case

Editor's note: This report includes allegations of sexual assault and physical abuse. Federal prosecutors are seeking to have evidence of what they say are more alleged, but uncharged, crimes

Eric Clapton Says He Won't Play Venues That Require COVID Vaccines

Famed musician Eric Clapton said on Wednesday that he will not perform in any venue that requires audience members to be vaccinated against COVID-19. "Following the PM's announcement on

Bette Midler And Joni Mitchell Are Among The Newest Kennedy Center Honorees

The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts today announced its 44th lifetime achievement award winners. They are: Motown founder Berry Gordy, opera star Justino Díaz, singer-songwriter

NEA Names Its 2022 Jazz Masters: Hart, Clarke, Wilson And Harrison

There's a moment on "Oceans of Time," from a 2016 album by The Cookers, when alto saxophonist Donald Harrison, Jr. takes a solo full of swerving self-assurance. Swinging mightily
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The Debate Over Wording In Bruce Springsteen's 'Thunder Road' Is Settled

The song begins: "A screen door slams, Mary's dress ... and, what is Mary's dress doing: swaying or waving. The Boss's co-producer Jon Landau told The New Yorker that the

Explaining 'Patria Y Vida,' The Cuban Song Defying An 'Evil Revolution'

Cries for Cuban liberation reverberated throughout the world this past week as protests took over Miami and the Caribbean nation. On both sides of the Florida Strait, one phrase

Explaining 'Patria Y Vida,' The Song That's Defined The Uprising In Cuba

Cries for Cuban liberation reverberated throughout the world this past week as protests took over Miami and the Caribbean nation. On both sides of the Florida Strait, one phrase

Olympics Opening Ceremony Composer Steps Down, Apologizing For Bullying

Japanese musician Keigo Oyamada, who performs under the name Cornelius, has resigned from the Tokyo Olympics after being criticized on social media for having bullied children with disabilities while

Olympics Opening Ceremony Composer Steps Down And Apologizes For Bullying

Japanese musician Keigo Oyamada, who performs under the name Cornelius, has resigned from the Tokyo Olympics after being criticized on social media for having bullied children with disabilities while

Christone 'Kingfish' Ingram Joined NPR Music's Listening Party For '662'

YouTube The Listening Party has ended, but you can watch the album stream and conversation on YouTube. Join us in an online listening

Christone 'Kingfish' Ingram Will Join NPR Music's Listening Party For '662'

YouTube The Listening Party has ended, but you can watch the album stream and conversation on YouTube. Join us in an online listening

Britney Spears Says She Will Not Perform Under Her Father's Conservatorship

Britney Spears says that as long as her father is in charge of conservatorship, she will not be performing "anytime soon." Britney Spears made the declaration in the caption
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Remembering The 'Clown Prince Of Hip-Hop' Biz Markie

Rapper and DJ Biz Markie has died. The self-deprecating rapper was known for his 1989 hit "Just a Friend."
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Biz Markie, DJ And 'Just A Friend' Rapper, Dies After Stroke In April

Rapper and DJ Biz Markie has died. He was 57 years old. The self-deprecating rapper was known for his 1989 hit "Just a Friend." Biz Markie, DJ And 'Just

Biz Markie, Pioneering Beatboxer And 'Just A Friend' Rapper, Dies At 57

Biz Markie, an American original born Marcel Theo Hall and a larger-than-life hip-hop figure, has died at the age of 57. Known widely for a career spanning back to

Who Is Mathew Rosengart, Britney Spears' New Lawyer?

In court Wednesday, Britney Spears was represented for the first time in her 13-year conservatorship by a lawyer she herself had chosen: Mathew Rosengart. Rosengart comes to the
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Judge: Britney Spears Can Choose Her Own Lawyer In Conservatorship Case

A Superior Court judge has cleared Britney Spears to hire her own lawyer in the battle over her conservatorship. She picked a prominent Hollywood lawyer and ex-federal prosecutor to take
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