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Scooter Braun wishes he would have put Justin Bieber in therapy 'day one' of music career
Justin Bieber was 13 when Scooter Braun discovered him. Looking back, Braun wished Bieber had more support in those days and avoided "so many tragedies."        
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Dove Awards 2020: A list of winners
Who brought home top prize at the 2020 Dove Awards? Follow along for an updated list of winners.       
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Dove Awards 2020 adapt to COVID-19 year with audience-free show
Like most awards shows in the age of the coronavirus, the Dove Awards look a little different this year.       
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'Time for an exorcism in our nation's capital': Bruce Springsteen wants Trump voted out of office
Bruce Springsteen, on his SiriusXM radio show, insisted President Trump needs to go.        
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From Nickelodeon star to breaking Billboard records, we look at Ariana Grande's career so far
Ariana Grande drops her sixth studio album, "Positions", on Friday. We take a look at her path to pop stardom.        
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Luke Combs is aiming for the country music history books (again)
Luke Combs tells the USA TODAY Network he'd reach "rarified air" if he could debut new single "Forever After All" at No. 1 on Billboard's Hot 100.        
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2020 CMA Awards: Luke Combs, Eric Church, Miranda Lambert and more set to perform
Maren Morris, Florida Georgia Line, Ashley McBryde and more join the initial lineup of 2020 CMA Awards performers.        
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'We got tough on our songwriting': The Edge talks U2's 'All That You Can't Leave Behind' 20 years later
It's been 20 years since U2 released "All That You Can't Leave Behind," which featured megahit "Beautiful Day".        
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Billy Joe Shaver, outlaw country great, dies at 81
Billy Jo Shaver, the 'Georgia on a Fast Train' singer and an outlaw country legend, died Wednesday in Texas, a PR firm that represented him said.        
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BET Hip Hop Awards: Megan Thee Stallion wins big, Kamala Harris makes a surprise appearance
Megan Thee Stallion won three categories at the 2020 BET Hip Hop Awards, while Beyoncé and Roddy Ricch each took home two trophies.        
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