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American lead singer and lead guitarist on many of The Byrds' records
American composer of Russian-Jewish origin. Wrote 'White Christmas', ' 'There's No Business Like Show Business' and 'God Bless America'. Lived for 101 years
Drummer and regular lead vocalist for the Band
English former co-frontman, together with Rick Davies, and founding member of Supertramp. Wrote and song most of their biggest hits
American rock vocalist known as the original (1974–1985) and current (2006–present) lead singer of Van Halen
American born, British-based 70s musician, and the first female bass player to become a major rock star breaking a barrier to women's participation in rock music
American lead vocalist of Mötley Crüe from its formation in 1981 till 1992, and then 1997-2015
Successfull solo artist who was the lead singer of The Go Gos
Part of Miles Davis's Second Great Quintet. One of the architects of the 'post-bop' sound and funk
American singer-songwriter named the 'top Latin artist of the '90s' by Billboard. She was murdered at only 23 in 1995 by the former president of her fan club
American musician best known as lead guitarist, singer and songwriting in Grateful Dead
American vocalist who possessed a powerful vocal range. He founded/fronted numerous groups including Black Sabbath, and is credited with popularizing the 'metal horns' gesture
American jazz pianist and singer known for his soft, baritone voice. Died of cancer in 1965 at the age of only 45
English musician and producer. Keyboardist in Roxy Music and producer for Bowie and U2. A pioneer on ambient and generative music
American bassist and co-founder of Nirvana
English singer rose to prominence in the 1980s as the lyricist and vocalist of The Smiths
British guitarist, vocalist and songwriter for the Clash until his dismissal in 1983
American soul artist. Achieved success with the Impressions during the Civil Rights Movement in the 1950s. Became paralyzed after an accident on stage in 1990, and died in 1999
American recording artist and dancer who in 2009 assaulted his then-girlfriend Rihanna
American jazz saxophonist, who were at the forefront of free jazz and who was a sideman for Miles Davis, but died from liver cancer at the age of only 40 in 1967
Guitarist, co-vocalist and founder of ZZ Top
Black American musician considered one of the most influential guitarists and blues musicians of all time, earning him the nickname 'King of Blues'
British recording artist of Tamil heritage. Combine elements of electronic, dance, alternative, hip hop and world music
English founder and vocalist in Whitesnake from 1978. Before that he was the lead singer of Deep Purple 1973-76
American jazz saxophonist nicknamed 'Yardbird', who was a leading figure in the development of bebop. Died from sickness in 1955 a the age of 34
Spanish singer who has sold more than 300 million records, and is considered the best-selling male latin artist of all time
American musician best known as the co-founder, bassist, and primary songwriter of the band Mötley Crüe
Guitarist, vocalist, pianist and co-founder (with his brother Duane) of the Allman Brothers Band
English lead vocalist and songwriter for the Kinks, which he led with his younger brother, Dave
American jazz trumpeter who was at the forefront of several major developments in jazz music, including bebop, cool jazz, hard bop, modal jazz, and jazz fusion

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