Ryan Adams, alternative country/rock singer-songwriter.
The Album Leaf, songwriter who specializes in post-rock electronica.
Rodney Atkins, country singer.
Balkan Beat Box, Mediterranean-influenced electronic band.
Band of Horses, indie rock band.
Natasha Bedingfield, Grammy Award-nominated pop singer and songwriter.
Bird and the Bee, indie pop music duo.
Black Eyed Peas, Grammy Award-winning hip-hop group.
Black Lips, garage rock band known for their wild live shows.
Boomtown Rats, Irish rock band.
Bow Wow, rap artist.
Dave Brubeck, influential jazz pianist and composer.
Albert Brumley, gospel music composer.
Captain and Tennille, husband and wife pop music duo.
Carolina Liar, alternative rock band.
Ian Carr, Scottish jazz musician and composer.
Eric Church, country music singer/songwriter.
Richard Clayderman, internationally-successful French pianist.
Cold War Kids, soulful, blues-inflected indie rock band.
Graham Colton, pop/rock singer-songwriter and guitarist.
Corneille, French-Canadian R&B singer.
Chris Cornell, alternative rock musician.
Elvis Costello, influential British singer/songwriter and musician.
Marshall Crenshaw, pop singer/songwriter and guitarist.
CSS, Brazilian electro-rock band.
The Cure, legendary English rock band.
Daughtry, rock band fronted by American Idol finalist.
Jonathan Edwards, country and folk singer/songwriter.
Electric Six, Detroit-based experimental dance rock band.
Alejandro Escovedo, country-rock musician.
Fairuz, influential Lebanese musician.
Flo Rida, successful rap artist.
Ben Folds, piano rock singer/songwriter.
Futureheads, English post-punk revival band.
Green Day, socially conscious punk rock band.
Ben Harper, pop rock singer-songwriter and guitarist.
Barbara Hendricks, operatic soprano and concert singer.
Chris Hillman, country-rock musician.
J. Holiday, R&B singer.
Michael Jackson, legendary "King of Pop".
Jean Michel Jarre, French electronic composer.
Hal Ketchum, country musician.
K’NAAN, Somali-Canadian rapper and musician.
Greg Laswell, indie rock singer/songwriter.
Demi Lovato, pop rock singer.
Tommy Makem, Irish folk musician.
Mandisa, Grammy Award-nominated gospel singer.
Max Martin, Swedish pop music producer/songwriter.
Mary Mary, Grammy Award-winning gospel music duo.
Ingrid Michaelson, indie pop singer/songwriter.
J.D. Miller, pioneer of producing and writing Louisiana music.
Yael Naim, Franco-Israeli singer/songwriter.
Randy Newman, singer-songwriter known for composing film scores.
Newsboys, Christian pop rock band.
Nickelback, commercially successful Canadian hard rock band.
John Oates, American rock guitarist and songwriter.
Conor Oberst, influential indie rock singer/songwriter.
Papa Roach, four-piece alternative metal band.
Katy Perry, glitzy pop rock singer.
Paul Potts, pop opera tenor.
A.R. Rahman, Indian film composer and musician.
Razorlight, English-Swedish indie rock band.
Josh Ritter, country folk singer/songwriter.
Soulja Boy Tell ’Em, rapper and record producer.
Jordin Sparks, pop R&B singer of American Idol fame.
Rob Thomas, pop rock singer/songwriter.
Bobby Valentino, R&B singer.
Butch Walker, alternative rock singer/songwriter.
Michelle Williams, gospel R&B singer/songwriter.
Zac Brown Band, contemporary country music band.