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Over the course of six weeks in 1969, musicians including Stevie Wonder, Sly & The Family Stone and Nina Simone took part in The Harlem Cultural Festival—a.k.a. "Black Woodstock."
The move appeared to be in reference to Donald Trump's recent call for the NFL to suspend or fire players who protested the National Anthem during games.
At least they went out on a high note with Stevie Wonder.
A Brooklyn dad said that FLOTUS inspired his daughter to try the salad bar.
He performed two other surprise concerts earlier in the day: "I had a vision of doing this...I just believed it could be done."
Tickets will be free, but necessary to get in.
Thirty minutes of fantastic vintage footage showing how the press first heard "Songs in the Key of Life."
Perennial second banana James Marsden did a surprisingly good Stevie Wonder impression outside a mysterious hot dog place somewhere in Manhattan early Friday morning.
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