The Academy Is..., alternative emo-pop band.
The Afters, Christian rock band.
Air, French electronic duo.
Jason Aldean, country singer and guitarist.
Aqualung, British singer/songwriter of piano pop/rock.
Arcade Fire, indie rock royalty.
Athlete, English indie rock band.
Belle and Sebastian, influential indie pop band.
Tim Berne, jazz saxophone player and composer.
Andrew Bird, Chicago singer and multi-instrumentalist.
Black Dice, experimental electronic music group.
Corbin Bleu, pop star with R&B influences.
Bonnie "Prince" Billy, Indie rock singer/songwriter.
The Bravery, post-punk dance rock band.
Colbie Caillat, pop singer/songwriter and guitarist.
Cascada, Euro-dance trio.
Celtic Woman, all-female Celtic New Age musical ensemble.
Chamillionaire, southern rapper.
Rodney Crowell, country singer/songwriter and guitarist.
The Dandy Warhols, alternative pop/rock band.
Day26, R&B/hip hop group formed on MTV show.
Demon Hunter, Christian heavy metal band.
Bo Diddley, influential rock and roll musician.
Dinosaur Jr., alternative rock band.
Steve Earle, country rock singer/songwriter.
Ludovico Einaudi, classical pianist and composer.
Eskimo Joe, Australian rock band.
Jace Everett, country singer/songwriter.
FM Static, Canadian pop punk band.
Great Lake Swimmers, folk rock band.
Guns N'' Roses, legendary hard rock band.
Richie Havens, folk singer and guitarist.
Chris Isaak, rock musician.
Mat Kearney, musician that blends hip hop and folk sounds.
Sean Kingston, popular Jamaican-American singer.
The Kooks, British indie rock band.
Lang Lang, Chinese concert pianist.
Lisa Loeb, folk rock singer/songwriter and guitarist.
Ludacris, accomplished rapper.
Metric, eclectic indie rock band.
Roisin Murphy, Irish singer/songwriter with electronic dance sound.
Mute Math, alternative rock band.
Jimmy Needham, contemporary Christian musician.
New Kids on the Block, teen-pop boy band.
A.C. Newman, indie rock singer/songwriter and guitarist.
Mark O''Connor, country and classical fiddler and violinist.
OK Go, successful indie rock band.
The Pierces, alternative pop rock duo.
Raffi, influential singer/songwriter of children''s music.
Rascal Flatts, popular country music trio.
Andre Rieu, Dutch violinist and conductor.
Linda Ronstadt, folk rock singer/songwriter.
Tom Russell, country folk musician.
John Scofield, jazz guitarist and composer.
Shinedown, melodic hard rock band.
Something Corporate, alternative piano rock band.
The Subways, British alternative rock band.
Sugarcult, alternative pop/rock band.
Joe Tex, southern soul singer/songwriter.
Theory of a Deadman, Canadian post-grunge rock band.
Ashley Tisdale, dance pop singer.
Emiliana Torrini, Icelandic alternative pop singer/songwriter.
T-Pain, successful rapper with hip hop and R&B influences.
Alicia Villarreal, Latin pop singer.
Kate Voegele, pop rock singer/songwriter and guitarist.
Abigail Washburn, neo-traditional folk singer/songwriter and banjo player.
Reverend Timothy Wright, Grammy-nominated gospel singer.
Yothu Yindi, internationally recognized Australian aboriginal band.
Will Young, British pop rock singer/songwriter.
Jimmy Zambo, Hungarian pop singer.