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Katy Perry (R) and sister Angela

BERLIN - SEPTEMBER 17: Katy Perry (R) and sister Angela dance at the Katy Perry After Show Party at the Postbahnhof on September 17, 2008 in Berlin, Germany. (Photo by Florian Seefried/Getty Images) *** Local Caption *** Angela Perry;Katy Perry

Musicians and Their Siblings

When we found out that Yahoo! On the Road star Jack Antonoff, of fun.,

has a famous fashion-designer sister, we had to explore which other

musicians might have talented siblings. So from Taylor Swift's

photographer brother to Bruno Mars's four singing sisters, check out

some of these music-star siblings.

Yahoo! On the Road will soon be reaching its grand finale at the Yahoo! Wireless Festival from July 12th-14th, so keep an eye out for the Big Purple Bus around town!

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  • Everton sponsors SportPesa apologise for tweet celebrating Arsenal win
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    The Guardian

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  • EU calls report on May-Juncker talks a smear
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    Reuters

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    Digital Spy

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  • Of Kith and Kin, theatre review: Acute but uneven study of intimacy and dishonesty
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    Evening Standard

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    Evening Standard

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    Evening Standard

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    The Independent

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    Reuters

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    The Independent

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