[Musician] Biographies & Profiles

Alkaline (Musician)

Musician, Singer, Songwriter

Ivy Queen

Martha Ivelisse Pesante Rodríguez, professionally known as Ivy Queen, is a Puerto Rican singer, rapper, songwriter, and actress who pioneered the reggaeton genre and became affectionately known as the "Queen of Reggaeton". She started off in 1996 with her debut album En Mi Imperio, released by Sony Discos, and rose to fame when she moved to an independent label and released her third studio album Diva in 2003. Since then, her releases have been awarded Gold and Platinum record status by the Recording Industry Association of America, including albums Flashback, Sentimiento, Drama Queen, and Musa. Her recordings often focus on female empowerment, socio-political issues, infidelity, and relationships. As of 2017, Ivy Queen had a net worth of $10 million. Recently, she began hosting the podcast "Loud", a Spotify original podcast that focuses on the history of reggaeton and features prominent Latin artists, and debuted on August 4, 2021.

Kevin Garrett (Musician)

Musician, Singer, Songwriter, Producer

Lisa Eckhart



Musician, Actor, Pianist, Singer

Marc Savoy


Fred Anderson


Nomy Lamm


Paulino Bernal


Jim Horn


John Cowsill


Billy Bob Thornton

Billy Bob Thornton is an acclaimed American actor, filmmaker and musician. Thornton made his big break as co-writer and star of the 1992 thriller One False Move followed by a career-changing performance in the 1996 independent drama film Sling Blade for which he won an Academy Award for Best Adapted Screenplay and was nominated for Best Actor. Subsequently, he starred in several major films such as Armageddon and A Simple Plan, earning him three more Oscar nominations. Thornton achieved further success in the 2000s with starring roles in dramas Monster's Ball, The Man Who Wasn't There, Friday Night Lights and comedy films Intolerable Cruelty and Bad Santa. In 2014, he earned an Emmy Award nomination for his portrayal of Lorne Malvo in the anthology series Fargo and a Golden Globe for Best Actor in Amazon original series Goliath (2016 - 2021). As a musician, Thornton has released four solo albums and is the vocalist of rock band The Boxmasters. Despite his celebrity status, Thornton has chosen to out of the public eye and has expressed distaste for celebrity culture.

Tommy James


Ray Sawyer


Ricci Martin


Slim Borgudd


Shar Jackson

Musician, Singer, Producer, Actress

Mickey Madden

Michael Allen Madden is an American musician and a former bassist for the pop rock band Maroon 5.

Jesse Carmichael

1863music.tumblr.com Jesse Royal Carmichael is an American musician, best known as the keyboardist and rhythm guitarist for the pop rock band, Maroon 5. He also has a solo project called 1863 and a side project titled Circuit Jerks.

Tony Palermo

Musician, Drummer

Winston Marshall

Winston Marshall is an English musician and podcaster best known for his time with British folk rock band Mumford & Sons. During his tenure with the band, Marshall won numerous awards, including a Grammy and two Brit Awards. In addition to performing with Mumford & Sons, he has also collaborated with various supergroups and artists such as Baaba Maal and HVOB. After leaving Mumford & Sons, Marshall started an interview podcast with The Spectator.

Ted Dwane

Ted Dwane is a British musician and photographer, best known for being the bassist of the Grammy Award-winning British folk rock band Mumford & Sons. Before this he was the bassist in experimental folk band Moulettes.

Kirk Hammett

Kirk Lee Hammett is an American musician who has been the lead guitarist and contributing songwriter for heavy metal band Metallica since 1983. He also formed and named the band Exodus prior to joining Metallica. His talent and skill as a guitarist has been recognized by various publications, such as Rolling Stone and Joel McIver's book The 100 Greatest Metal Guitarists, which placed him among the greatest guitarists of all time.

Brian Bell

Brian Lane Bell is an American musician and singer-songwriter most well known as the rhythm guitarist, keyboardist and backing vocalist of the rock band Weezer. He has moved to Los Angeles at 18 and played bass guitar in the band Carnival Art before joining Weezer in 1993 and becoming a part of their critically and commercially successful debut album Weezer, featuring the singles “Buddy Holly”, “Undone – The Sweater Song” and “Say It Ain’t So”. Bell also fronted the rock band The Relationship and was the lead vocalist and guitarist of the indie rock band Space Twins.

Scott Shriner

Scott Shriner is an American musician who joined the rock band Weezer in 2001 and has since become their longest serving bass guitarist. Prior to joining the band, he had served in the Marine Corps and attended the Musicians Institute in Los Angeles, where he later moved to pursue a career in music. During his time with Weezer, Shriner has performed backing vocals for frontman Rivers Cuomo and toured with rappers Vanilla Ice and Patrick Wilson’s side-project The Special Goodness. His recording debut was on Weezer's fourth studio album and he has since co-written and sung lead vocals on various songs on other albums.

Robin Finck

Robert John "Robin" Finck is an American guitarist who has been a touring musician for Nine Inch Nails since 1994, returning in 2008, and a full-time member of Guns N' Roses from 1997 to 2008. Finck has contributed to studio recordings with both bands, such as Nine Inch Nails' The Slip, and contributing to the writing and recording of Guns N' Roses' Chinese Democracy single "Better". He was recently inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame as a Nine Inch Nails member in 2020.

Zoltan Bathory


Dillon Francis

Musician, Disc jockey, Record producer, Composer

Flume (DJ)

Musician, DJ, Record Producer

Âşık Veysel Şatıroğlu

Musician, Poet, Composer, Songwriter

Ontronik Khachaturian

Musician, Disc jockey, Drummer, Singer, Producer

Isabella Summers

Isabella Janet Florentina Summers is an English musician, songwriter, producer, remixer and composer. She is a founding member of English indie rock band Florence and the Machine.

Flying Lotus

Steven Ellison, known by his stage name Flying Lotus or sometimes FlyLo, is an American record producer, DJ, filmmaker and rapper from Los Angeles. He is the founder of the record label Brainfeeder and has released seven critically acclaimed studio albums--1983, Los Angeles, Cosmogramma, Until the Quiet Comes, You're Dead!, Flamagra and Yasuke. He has produced much of the bumper music on Cartoon Network's Adult Swim programming block, as well as remixes for fellow Plug Research artists including Mia Doi Todd. In 2012, Ellison revealed his secret rap persona, Captain Murphy, after releasing his first rap mixtape Duality.

Lester Holt

Lester Don Holt Jr. is an African-American journalist and news anchor for NBC Nightly News and Dateline NBC who was made the permanent anchor of NBC Nightly News back in 2015. He is currently the most trusted news anchor in America and was praised in 2016 for his role in fact-checking false statements during the first presidential debate. Despite having been the top-ranked evening news program during the Tom Brokaw and Brian Williams eras, ratings have dropped to second place since Holt became the anchor.


Musician, Record producer, Songwriter, Composer, Film producer, Poet, Singer


Musician, Singer

Alick Nkhata

Musician, Artist, Sì

José Carbajal

Musician, Composer, Guitarist

Rubén Rada

Omar Ruben Rada Silva is a renowned Uruguayan percussionist, composer, and singer with a prolific recording career of over thirty albums. His music, referred to as candombe beat, integrates pop, rock, murga choruses, and traditional Uruguayan sounds like the tamboriles and candombe drums into a powerful blend. He is well-known for his beloved compositions that have become iconic in Uruguay.

Paul Ngozi

Musician, Artist, Singer

Jordan Katembula

Musician, Singer, Artist


Musician, Singer, Artist


Musician, Artist, Singer

Chef 187

Musician, Artist, Singer

Leonard Zhakata

Musician, Artist, Singer

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