Joined his family’s pop group at age 5. Went on to sell over 500 million records
Signed contract with Motown at age 11, Had his first #1 record at age 13
Inventor, improvements in the design of the sewing machine
Director: Frank Coraci. Also starred Allen Covert, Matthew Glave & Ellen Albertini Dow
One kid. One Town. One chance.
Singer-songwriter, film director and activist; b. 1945
Teen idol of the late 50's and 60's, songwriter, actor, b. 1941
Native singer-songwriter, composer, visual artist, pacifist and philanthropist; b. 1941
Pop singer, actress, entrepreneur; b. 1968
Pop singer; Wreck of the Edmund Fitzgerald, If You Could Read My Mind, etc
Songwriter and painter; b. 1943
First female Canadian singer to make #1 on the US pop charts; b. 1945
The most popular female blues singer of the 20's and 30's; 1894-1937
Songwriter and music arranger, 1942-1970
Cabaret, music hall, French pop; 1906-1975
14 September 1983 – 23 July 2011. English singer-songwriter known for her powerful contralto vocals. Winehouse's death made her the latest musician to join the 27 Club, a group of musicians who died at the age of 27.
D. 2012 the only artist to chart seven consecutive No. 1 Billboard Hot 100 hits.
D. 2012. 5-time Grammy Award winner. MacArthur Park, Love to Love You Baby,
American singer recording 44 albums; 1927-2012
Born Clara Ann Fowler, an American singer of traditional pop music
American singer, songwriter, actress and activist; best known for her 1963 pop hit "It's My Party"
American R&B, soul and gospel singer; best known for his song "When a Man Loves a Woman"
American singer, voice actress, songwriter and actress; daughter of Nat King Cole
English singer and musician; known for his gritty voice and spasmodic body movements
American folk singer and social activist
American singer, songwriter and folk guitarist covering a wide array of folk, soul, and rhythm and blues tracks; opening act at Woodstock
American singer/songwriter; founder of The Velvet Underground; solo hit of "Walk on the Wild Side"