Perhaps the OP is interested in entertainment law, in which case a music degree would be very relevant. Or, perhaps, partway through the degree, the OP realized that a performance/history degree is very unlikely to put food on one's table, but since law schools tend to value a high GPA over a particular major, the OP decided to finish the degree. (That's what I did, but I went into a different career. Right now, I'm pursuing a law degree because I need an additional graduate degree to advance in my current career and I've always found law interesting.)
To the OP: Try checking the Official Guide to ABA Approved Law Schools http://officialguide.lsac.org/release/OfficialGuide_Default.aspx
on the LSAC site. Search by UGPA/LSAT and find schools where your numbers are well above average. Then, go to Law School Numbers http://www.lawschoolnumbers.com/
and see what type of financial aid those schools have been offering.