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November 20, 2019
Who is testifying?
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Sharon Jones, whose albums and electrifying live performances with her backup band the Dap Kings helped lead a soul and funk revival, died Friday at the age of 60.
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James Brown, the rythm-and-blues singer known as the "Godfather of Soul," died Monday morning of congestive heart failure after a bout with pneumonia.
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