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A pair of Jersey City Police officers dance briefly with the crowd. The first night of Jersey City's 16th annual Navratri festival held on Newark Avenue. Saturday October, 13, 2018. Jersey City, N.J., USA NJ Advance Media for NJ.com   ©The Star-Ledger / Aristide Economopoulos / The Image Works
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A pair of Jersey City Police officers dance briefly with the crowd. The first night of Jersey City's 16th annual Navratri festival held on Newark Avenue. Saturday October, 13, 2018. Jersey City, N.J., USA NJ Advance Media for NJ.com ©The Star-Ledger / Aristide Economopoulos / The Image Works
Fans at a K-pop dance instruction session during KCON NY, an annual event to celebrate the music and culture of K-pop, held June 23, 2018, at Prudential Center in Newark, New Jersey.  - KCON at Prudential Center in Newark, June 23, 2018. Matt Smith | For NJ.com   ©The Star-Ledger / Matt Smith / The Image Works
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Fans at a K-pop dance instruction session during KCON NY, an annual event to celebrate the music and culture of K-pop, held June 23, 2018, at Prudential Center in Newark, New Jersey. - KCON at Prudential Center in Newark, June 23, 2018. Matt Smith | For NJ.com ©The Star-Ledger / Matt Smith / The Image Works
Roy Rogers and Dale Evans speak with students in Tampa. (2/3/1959) Photo by Jack Ramsdell, St. Petersburg Times.      Tampa Bay Times   ©Tampa Bay Times / Jack Ramsdell / The Image Works
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Roy Rogers and Dale Evans speak with students in Tampa. (2/3/1959)
Photo by Jack Ramsdell, St. Petersburg Times. Tampa Bay Times ©Tampa Bay Times / Jack Ramsdell / The Image Works
Roy Rogers and Dale Evans speak with students in Tampa. (2/3/1959) Photo by Jack Ramsdell, St. Petersburg Times.      Tampa Bay Times   ©Tampa Bay Times / Jack Ramsdell / The Image Works
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Roy Rogers and Dale Evans speak with students in Tampa. (2/3/1959)
Photo by Jack Ramsdell, St. Petersburg Times. Tampa Bay Times ©Tampa Bay Times / Jack Ramsdell / The Image Works
Roy Rogers and Dale Evans speak with students in Tampa. (2/3/1959) Photo by Jack Ramsdell, St. Petersburg Times.      Tampa Bay Times   ©Tampa Bay Times / Jack Ramsdell / The Image Works
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Roy Rogers and Dale Evans speak with students in Tampa. (2/3/1959)
Photo by Jack Ramsdell, St. Petersburg Times. Tampa Bay Times ©Tampa Bay Times / Jack Ramsdell / The Image Works
Roy Rogers and Dale Evans speak with students in Tampa. (2/3/1959) Photo by Jack Ramsdell, St. Petersburg Times.      Tampa Bay Times   ©Tampa Bay Times / Jack Ramsdell / The Image Works
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Roy Rogers and Dale Evans speak with students in Tampa. (2/3/1959)
Photo by Jack Ramsdell, St. Petersburg Times. Tampa Bay Times ©Tampa Bay Times / Jack Ramsdell / The Image Works
Roy Rogers and Dale Evans speak with students in Tampa. (2/3/1959) Photo by Jack Ramsdell, St. Petersburg Times.      Tampa Bay Times   ©Tampa Bay Times / Jack Ramsdell / The Image Works
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Roy Rogers and Dale Evans speak with students in Tampa. (2/3/1959)
Photo by Jack Ramsdell, St. Petersburg Times. Tampa Bay Times ©Tampa Bay Times / Jack Ramsdell / The Image Works
Roy Rogers and Dale Evans speak with students in Tampa. (2/3/1959) Photo by Jack Ramsdell, St. Petersburg Times.      Tampa Bay Times   ©Tampa Bay Times / Jack Ramsdell / The Image Works
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Roy Rogers and Dale Evans speak with students in Tampa. (2/3/1959)
Photo by Jack Ramsdell, St. Petersburg Times. Tampa Bay Times ©Tampa Bay Times / Jack Ramsdell / The Image Works
BRONTE WITTPENN   |   Times Singer, songwriter and actor John Legend sings "Ordinary People" during in an event supporting Florida's Amendment 4 at Maynard Evans High School auditorium in Orlando on Wednesday, October 3, 2018. The amendment would grant convicted felons, who've served their time, the right to vote.  Orlando FL  2018-10-03   Tampa Bay Times ©Tampa Bay Times / Bronte  Wittpenn / The Image Works
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BRONTE WITTPENN | Times
Singer, songwriter and actor John Legend sings "Ordinary People" during in an event supporting Florida's Amendment 4 at Maynard Evans High School auditorium in Orlando on Wednesday, October 3, 2018. The amendment would grant convicted felons, who've served their time, the right to vote. Orlando FL 2018-10-03 Tampa Bay Times ©Tampa Bay Times / Bronte Wittpenn / The Image Works
BRONTE WITTPENN   |   Times Singer, songwriter and actor John Legend sings "Ordinary People" in an event supporting Florida's Amendment 4 at Maynard Evans High School auditorium in Orlando on Wednesday, October 3, 2018. The amendment would grant convicted felons, who've served their time, the right to vote. Orlando FL  2018-10-03   Tampa Bay Times ©Tampa Bay Times / Bronte Wittpenn / The Image Works
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BRONTE WITTPENN | Times
Singer, songwriter and actor John Legend sings "Ordinary People" in an event supporting Florida's Amendment 4 at Maynard Evans High School auditorium in Orlando on Wednesday, October 3, 2018. The amendment would grant convicted felons, who've served their time, the right to vote. Orlando FL 2018-10-03 Tampa Bay Times ©Tampa Bay Times / Bronte Wittpenn / The Image Works
BRONTE WITTPENN   |   Times Singer, songwriter and actor John Legend listens to Desmond Meade, president of Florida Right and Restoration Coalition, during a press conference in an event support Florida's Amendment 4 at Maynard Evans High School auditorium in Orlando on Wednesday, October 3, 2018. The amendment would grant convicted felons, who've served their time, the right to vote. Orlando FL  2018-10-03   Tampa Bay Times ©Tampa Bay Times / Bronte Wittpenn / The Image Works
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BRONTE WITTPENN | Times
Singer, songwriter and actor John Legend listens to Desmond Meade, president of Florida Right and Restoration Coalition, during a press conference in an event support Florida's Amendment 4 at Maynard Evans High School auditorium in Orlando on Wednesday, October 3, 2018. The amendment would grant convicted felons, who've served their time, the right to vote. Orlando FL 2018-10-03 Tampa Bay Times ©Tampa Bay Times / Bronte Wittpenn / The Image Works
BRONTE WITTPENN   |   Times From left, Evans students Cassidi Cotton, 15, stands with her friend Kevin Victorian, 17, stand for a portrait during an event, headlining John Legend, in support of Florida's Amendment 4 at Maynard Evans High School auditorium in Orlando on Wednesday, October 3, 2018. The amendment would grant convicted felons, who've served their time, the right to vote. Cotton, who is a big John Legend fan, has had both parents incarcerated. "I don't think it should be taken from you because you did something," Cotton said.   Orlando FL  2018-10-04   Tampa Bay Times ©Tampa Bay Times / Bronte Wittpenn / The Image Works
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BRONTE WITTPENN | Times
From left, Evans students Cassidi Cotton, 15, stands with her friend Kevin Victorian, 17, stand for a portrait during an event, headlining John Legend, in support of Florida's Amendment 4 at Maynard Evans High School auditorium in Orlando on Wednesday, October 3, 2018. The amendment would grant convicted felons, who've served their time, the right to vote. Cotton, who is a big John Legend fan, has had both parents incarcerated. "I don't think it should be taken from you because you did something," Cotton said. Orlando FL 2018-10-04 Tampa Bay Times ©Tampa Bay Times / Bronte Wittpenn / The Image Works
BRONTE WITTPENN   |   Times Singer, songwriter and actor John Legend answers questions during a press conference before an event supporting Florida's Amendment 4 at Maynard Evans High School auditorium in Orlando on Wednesday, October 3, 2018. The amendment would grant convicted felons, who've served their time, the right to vote. Orlando FL  2018-10-04   Tampa Bay Times ©Tampa Bay Times / Bronte Wittpenn / The Image Works
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BRONTE WITTPENN | Times
Singer, songwriter and actor John Legend answers questions during a press conference before an event supporting Florida's Amendment 4 at Maynard Evans High School auditorium in Orlando on Wednesday, October 3, 2018. The amendment would grant convicted felons, who've served their time, the right to vote. Orlando FL 2018-10-04 Tampa Bay Times ©Tampa Bay Times / Bronte Wittpenn / The Image Works
BRONTE WITTPENN   |   Times Singer, songwriter and actor John Legend listens as president of Florida Rights and Restoration Coalition Desmond Meade answers questions during a press conference at Maynard Evans High School auditorium in Orlando on Wednesday, October 3, 2018. The event is in support of Florida's Amendment 4 which would allow convicted felons who have served their time the right to vote. Orlando FL  2018-10-03   Tampa Bay Times ©Tampa Bay Times / Bronte Wittpenn / The Image Works
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BRONTE WITTPENN | Times
Singer, songwriter and actor John Legend listens as president of Florida Rights and Restoration Coalition Desmond Meade answers questions during a press conference at Maynard Evans High School auditorium in Orlando on Wednesday, October 3, 2018. The event is in support of Florida's Amendment 4 which would allow convicted felons who have served their time the right to vote. Orlando FL 2018-10-03 Tampa Bay Times ©Tampa Bay Times / Bronte Wittpenn / The Image Works
BRONTE WITTPENN   |   Times Singer, songwriter and actor John Legend waves at hundreds of high school students before an event supporting Florida's Amendment 4 at Maynard Evans High School auditorium in Orlando on Wednesday, October 3, 2018. The amendment would grant convicted felons, who've served their time, the right to vote. Orlando FL  2018-10-03   Tampa Bay Times ©Tampa Bay Times / Bronte Wittpenn / The Image Works
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BRONTE WITTPENN | Times
Singer, songwriter and actor John Legend waves at hundreds of high school students before an event supporting Florida's Amendment 4 at Maynard Evans High School auditorium in Orlando on Wednesday, October 3, 2018. The amendment would grant convicted felons, who've served their time, the right to vote. Orlando FL 2018-10-03 Tampa Bay Times ©Tampa Bay Times / Bronte Wittpenn / The Image Works
BRONTE WITTPENN   |   Times Rasheedah Muhammad holds her two-year-old son Yusuf before an event headlining John Legend in support of Florida's Amendment 4 at Maynard Evans High School auditorium in Orlando on Wednesday, October 3, 2018. Muhammad, who's husband cannot vote after serving time in prison for four years, has come to support other women and families like her. Orlando FL  2018-10-03   Tampa Bay Times ©Tampa Bay Times / Bronte Wittpenn / The Image Works
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BRONTE WITTPENN | Times
Rasheedah Muhammad holds her two-year-old son Yusuf before an event headlining John Legend in support of Florida's Amendment 4 at Maynard Evans High School auditorium in Orlando on Wednesday, October 3, 2018. Muhammad, who's husband cannot vote after serving time in prison for four years, has come to support other women and families like her. Orlando FL 2018-10-03 Tampa Bay Times ©Tampa Bay Times / Bronte Wittpenn / The Image Works
Vienna, Austria: 1943. Krauss, Werner, Actor, with Ferdinand Maierhofer (on the left) in the stage play "Der Kaufmann von Venedig" The merchant of Venice (William Shakespeare). Burgtheater Wien.  ©ullstein bild - ullstein bild / The Image Works
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Vienna, Austria: 1943. Krauss, Werner, Actor, with Ferdinand Maierhofer (on the left) in the stage play "Der Kaufmann von Venedig" The merchant of Venice (William Shakespeare). Burgtheater Wien. ©ullstein bild - ullstein bild / The Image Works

Rudolph Valentino 1923. ©TopFoto / The Image Works
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Rudolph Valentino 1923. ©TopFoto / The Image Works
Garth Brooks  Peoples Choice Awards Winner,  Garth Brooks. January 17, 1998.©Mary Evans/AF Archive/Graham Whitby Boot/The Image Works
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Garth Brooks Peoples Choice Awards Winner, Garth Brooks. January 17, 1998.©Mary Evans/AF Archive/Graham Whitby Boot/The Image Works
Garth Brooks , American country music artist. ©TopFoto / The Image Works
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Garth Brooks , American country music artist. ©TopFoto / The Image Works
London, England: 11/90. GARTH BROOKS in concert Borderline. ©Steve Gillett / ArenaPAL / The Image Works
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London, England: 11/90. GARTH BROOKS in concert
Borderline. ©Steve Gillett / ArenaPAL / The Image Works
New York, NY: 2002. American country music singers Trisha Yearwood and Garth Brooks pose for photographers at the National Academy of Popular Music/Songwriters Hall of Fame ceremony, at the Sheraton New York Hotel & Towers in New York City.  Brooks was given The Hitmaker Award by the Songwriters Hall of Fame. ©PA / TopFoto/ The Image Works
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New York, NY: 2002. American country music singers Trisha Yearwood and Garth Brooks pose for photographers at the National Academy of Popular Music/Songwriters Hall of Fame ceremony, at the Sheraton New York Hotel & Towers in New York City. Brooks was given The Hitmaker Award by the Songwriters Hall of Fame. ©PA / TopFoto/ The Image Works
Belfast, Ireland: November 11, 1998. Garth Brooks performs at the King's Hall . ©PA Photos / TopFoto / The Image Works
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Belfast, Ireland: November 11, 1998. Garth Brooks performs at the King's Hall . ©PA Photos / TopFoto / The Image Works
Bethel, NY: 1969. Roger Daltrey and The Who perform at Woodstock Music Festival.  New York State. ©Jason Laure / The Image Works
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Bethel, NY: 1969. Roger Daltrey and The Who perform at Woodstock Music Festival. New York State. ©Jason Laure / The Image Works
Bethel, New York: Roger Daltry and The Who performing at the Woodstock Festival. 1969 ©Jason Laure / The Image Works
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Bethel, New York: Roger Daltry and The Who performing at the Woodstock Festival. 1969 ©Jason Laure / The Image Works

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