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"Weird Al" Yankovic

Polka and silly song parodies made the career of this onetime UHF star. Go »

50 Cent

D0n't d13 try1n' t0 g3t r1ch 1f y0ur d3f1n1t10n 0f "r1ch" 1s h4lf 4 d0ll4r. Go »

A$AP Rocky

You better hurry up and name this Harlem rapper who shares his name with a boxer from Philadelphia. Go »

Ace Frehley

This spacey guitarist has something up his sleeve, and it's not lipstick. Go »

Adam Lambert

He might have beaten Kris Allen if he had kissed Ryan Seacrest during a song... then again, maybe not. Go »

Adam Levine

This singer can dance as well as the frontman from the Rolling Stones. Go »

Adele

This singer is rumoured to have a fiery temper in private. Go »

Adele

This big-haired, big-voiced chanteuse is still greeting new fans years after a falling out with a famous spy. Go »

Ahmet Ertegun

a musical giant on both sides of the ocean Go »

Aim

Like an American dubstep star, this British DJ does not use ICQ or Skype. Go »

Akon

This Senegalese hip-hop star has stayed out of trouble since being convicted and locked up. Go »

Al Green

you oughta be with him, 'cause he's still in love with you Go »

Alan Jackson

This Georgia-born singer and his signature white hat have created three albums' worth of greatest hits. Go »

Alanis Morissette

Supposedly, this former little pill junkie is infatuated with sweeping under jagged rugs. Go »

Alessia Cara

She had the must "hear" song of 2015 and a beautiful follow-up the next year. Go »

Alex Day

I enjoy Doctor Who too, but I don't think the day will ever come when I parlay that into a singing career online. Go »

Alfredo Casero

You'd be out of your mind to expect a Japanese pop song to win an Argentine Grammy or become the Argentine football team's theme music. Go »

Alice Cooper

Welcome to a goo game nightmare: Playing against an eighteen-year-old who just got out of school. Go »

Alicia Keys

If this Manhattan-born singer and musician keeps winning Grammys, would Mayor Bloomberg still give her a key to the city? Go »

Amerie

You can't touch this goo's rapid career rise (and fall). Go »

Amy Lee

This fallen alt-metal star refuses to fade away. Go »

Amy Winehouse

You know I'm no good, because when this singer gets out of rehab, she'll still be stronger than me. Go »

Andrea Bocelli

Come può l'opera essere bella ad un uomo cieco? Go »

Andrew Wood

After suffering a fatal malfunction in his love of life, he was beatified in the temple of grunge rock. Go »

Angus Young

This middle-aged schoolboy is known for his electric performances on-stage. Go »

Anna Steiger

Mozart, Milhaud, and Bellini would appreciate the heated nightly performances by this famous singer and daughter. Go »

Anthony Kiedis

This singer gets so red-hot performing in stadiums and arcades that he gets naked with his bandmates, which, by the way, reveals his scar tissue. Go »

Antonio Vivaldi

Before his fall in popularity during his winter years, great compositions did spring forth from his summery imagination. Go »

Aphex Twin

Siblings know: When you're smilin', the whole world smiles with you. Go »

Aretha Franklin

Guess this one R-I-G-H-T and you'll make her feel like a natural goo. Go »

Ariana Grande

Yours Truly proves that extra-large talent can come in tiny packages. Go »

Arnel Pineda

This onetime homeless Filipino went from singing on YouTube to fronting a major classic rock band, but their second album with him wasn't as much of a hit as the first. Go »

Ashanti

How many people can say that their career started with J-Lo, Ja Rule, and Fat Joe? Go »

Avril Lavigne

Try to guess this Canadian singer now rather than l8er. Go »

Awkwafina

Her raps about Power Rangers and the mayor of her native NYC are definitely more interesting than a bottle of water. Go »

B.B. King

Too bad Lucille's got the blues. Who's the king? Go »

Barbara Hendricks

A singer divided against herself cannot stand. Go »

Barbra Streisand

Before she fell in love with the prince of tides, this funny girl was the way we were. Go »

Barbra Streisand

This beloved singer and actress is a well-oiled machine when it comes to earning awards for her work. Go »

Barry Manilow

Man, he can take this chain of melody to a new low, a put the I in his last name. When he is not singing, you might see him shopping by the straw, blue, black, and even red fruit. And if you figure this out, this will give you the answer to his first name. Go »

Basshunter

This Swede is known for laughing out loud when singing every morning, which is a bad time to call him. Go »

Beck

You'd have to be a loser not to appreciate the sea change that this experimental musician brought to many genres. Go »

Béla Fleck

How many musicians can claim to have introduced the word "flecktones" into the English language? Go »

Ben E. King

This singer stood the test of time while his contemporaries drifted away. Who's the king? Go »

Beyoncé Knowles

Maybe it was destiny that this child of a music manager was tempted to become a singing sensation. Go »

Big Sean

Your induction to the hall of fame depends on solving this goo, big time. Go »

Bill Withers

Despite the fact that there wasn't no sunshine, and the fact that she kept using him to lean on, he spent a lovely day holding hands with Grandma, just the two of them. Go »

Billy Corgan

This zero produced smashing hits once today and twice tonight. Go »

Billy Idol

With a rebel yell, this British punk rocker invaded American airwaves in the 80s. Go »

Billy Joel

It's still rock and roll to this piano man. Go »

Biz Markie

This DJ has made friends, but no more, with half the hip hop stars on the East Coast. Go »

Björk Guðmundsdóttir

Iceland isn't made of sugarcubes. Go »

Blake Shelton

This Oklahoma native with the reality-show wife started his career in Austin (not the city). Go »

Bob Dylan

Like a rolling stone, you can't keep the times from a-changin' or blowin' in the wind. Go »

Bob Marley

No answer, no cry: This Jamaican's jammin' made raggae an international success. Go »

Bob Marley

This Rastafarian wailed his way into Jamaican record books as a best-selling legend. Go »

Bob Rock

Creating hit records for Bon Jovi, Metallica, and Mötley Crüe has made this producer synonymous with his genre of music. Go »

Bobby Brown

It's my prerogative whether to release a new edition of a goo if the celebrity becomes better known for criminality than music. Go »

Bobby Darin

One can imagine the splish-splash sound that it would have made if this mid-century crooner had thrown his knife (named Mack) into beyond the sea's edge and into the water. Go »

Bobby McFerrin

Don't worry if you don't recognize this New York-based vocalist. You'll be happy when you figure it out. Go »

Bon Scott

The last hit that was sung by this Scotsman with an electric stage presence had the unfortunate title "Highway to Hell." Go »

Bono

If you still haven't found the answer you're looking for, you too may be stumped by this "with or without" goo. Go »

Boy George

This chamelon-like performer has transformed "himself" from a pop star to a garbage collector. Go »

Brad Paisley

He's a West Virginia singer who shares his name with a Persian fabric pattern and belongs to Nashville's famous opry and had a hit about Old Alabama. Go »

Brandi Carlile

The story of her career features bears and ghosts. Go »

Brandy Norwood

Not metal nor wood has given us a better licker. Go »

Brandy Norwood

Like Cheryl Burke, this singer competed on Dancing with the Stars, but she's better known for her UPN sitcom. Go »

Brenda Lee

It's Christmas around July when this goo begins to rock. Go »

Bret Michaels

health problems have left this reality TV star singing a sad, sad song Go »

Brian McKnight

Being born on June 5 gave him the astrological inspiration for his highest-charting album. Go »

Brian Wilson

Wouldn't it be nice if California girl Rhonda helped him get around American surfin' to have some fun, fun, fun, good vibrations? Go »

Britney Spears

Oops! I'd say she's a woman now. Go »

Brody Dalle

Losing her strength helped her get to the essence of her career. Go »

Bruce Springsteen

This American-born rocker knows a road called Thunder and a street called E. Go »

Bruno Mars

Fans like this Hawaiian hooligan just the way he is. Go »

Buddy Guy

I'm not your friend, buddy Go »

Busta Rhymes

This rapidly rhyming rapper has his own island in the middle of Massachusetts (unofficially). Go »

Candy Dulfer

The blessing of music royalty was what it took for this Dutch performer to bring her brand of "sexuality" to the world. Go »

Carlos Santana

I used the 'smooth' tool when making this spiritual guitarist's goo. Go »

Carlos Santana

guitar wizard who became famous with his eponymous jazz-fusion band at Woodstock Go »

Caro Emerald

She doesn't have a figure typical of best-selling popular singers, but this Dutch singer is almost single-handedly reviving big-band jazz. Go »

Carole King

She wove a tapestry of rhymes and reasons. Who's the king? Go »

Carrie Underwood

Americans idolize this country singer from Muskogee who lets Jesus take the wheel. Go »

Cat Power

Lack of free time, not a successful association with cats, caused this rocker's noted mental illness. Go »

Cee Lo Green

This Gnarls Barkley singer had an obscene reply for the girlfriend he saw riding in another man's car. Go »

Celia Cruz

This sweet Cuban turned her journey to America into more than one Immigrant Song. Go »

Céline Dion

My heart will go on wondering how she sings without her French accent. Go »

Charles Brown

got the blues while driftin' across California Go »

Charli XCX

This popular British singer is not the ten one hundred tenth person to have her name. Go »

Charlie Parker

This saxophonist may have raised the bar for jazz musicians, but he spent his career as high as a bird. Go »

Charlie Parker

Nobody else but this bebop saxophonist could have composed "Yardbird Suite." Go »

Charlotte Church

She got her start in classical music before transitioning to better-selling pop music. Go »

Charly García

This South American master of music is anything but a generic hit machine. Go »

Cher

Her distinctive long hair made this real-life Rapunzel an star on her singing variety show, long before she won an Oscar. Go »

Chester Bennington

Just as he got to sing for his childhood idols Stone Temple Pilots, so too is a new generation of singers now inspired by Linkin Park. Go »

Chibi

"Death to celebrants!" rants this VIOLET goo. Go »

Chris Brown

This dancer tried stepping, stomping, and running, but he still didn't make it into Steve West's Rainbow Week. Go »

Chris Brown

This R&B star has scored hits with Rihanna, Frank Ocean, Drake, and Tony Parker. Go »

Chris Cornell

When a musician passes away, it's common to listen to his hit songs in a state of mourning, but songs like "The Day I Tried to Live" and "Show Me How to Live" make this death extra sad. Go »

Chris Martin

The solution to this chilling goo is simple: X = Y. Go »

Chris Thomas King

Oh brother, another blues musician from New Orleans? (Who's the king?) Go »

Christina Aguilera

Just to be free, this singer stripped in her own reflection. Go »

Christina Grimmie

Adam Levine helped her find her voice, but it was silenced in Orlando. Go »

Christina Milian

Searching for this Jersey singer and actress could take you all day from A.M. to P.M. (This clue is about time.) Go »

Chuck Berry

This iconic early rock star is so closely linked to rock and roll music that it's the title of one of his biggest hits. Go »

Clarence 'Gatemouth' Brown

Before calling Slidell home, this tight-lipped guitarist was an ambassador of American music abroad. Go »

Cody ChesnuTT

The seed of his success was planted among the roots. Go »

Common

Rapping about love and God are not commonplace. Go »

Corey Taylor

This masked performer could not slip out of character even at a childrens Halloween party. Go »

Corinne Bailey Rae

She's known for encouraging listeners to put their records on like a true star, not for Irish cream. Go »

Courtney Love

No one courts controversy like this religious star. Go »

Craig David

The story goes that this British R&B crooner was born to do it slicker than his average competitor. Go »

Cro

This rapper has gone Once Around the World and landed in a Dream in Deutschland. Go »

Curtis Mayfield

This super-fly soul singer made an even bigger impression as a solo artist. Go »

Cyndi Lauper

Theme after theme, goos just want to have fun. Go »

D'Angelo

He doesn't know how it feels to be a lady, but he does know how it feels to come back after fourteen years without recording music. Go »

Daniel René

La indirecta que no te di para este modelo quién ahora canta es indecible. Go »

Dannii Minogue

two eyes and a big voice Go »

Danny Elfman

He might be dark; he may be weird; heck at times he might even seem a bit unreal. Go »

Dave Grohl

Kurt Cobain's suicide temporarily threw a monkey wrench into this drummer-guitarist-singer's alternative rock career. Go »

David Bowie

Here's a space oddity: A little stardust fell to Earth as this man. Go »

David Bowie

After creating a space oddity, spiders from Mars, and a man who fell to Earth, this singer had in him one final space-themed album, ★. Go »

David Buttolph

Try not to get upset if you can't solve this film and TV composer alone. But, if you think this is a conflict of interest, you're wrong. Go »

David Byrne

This Scotsman said he would "burn" down the house with his non-sensical new wave band. Go »

David Coverdale

His fans boo and hiss when you point out that he never appeared on the cover of Rolling Stone. Go »

David Nail

Are you someone like this goo? To solve it, you'll have to hit the nail on the head. Go »

David Robertson

Proper direction and good conduct pays off, winning a Grammy for a dark city. Go »

David Sanborn

This voyeuristic smooth jazz veteran is best known for his contributions to a Los Angeles law firm in the eighties. Go »

Deadmau5

No, he does not enter the club through a hole in the baseboard. Go »

Debbie Harry

In the 80s, this singer was known for her blonde hair and glass heart. Go »

Dee Snider

He's had enough of being a warped sibling, and he's not going to take it any more. Go »

Demi Lovato

She loves to keep fans guessing: First she's a family member of a purple dinosaur, then she's starring in a series about the weather, then her career peaks after cardiac arrest. Go »

Dennis Mak

Boy bandz make massiv hits, even in Hong Kong, with lots of hugs and kisses. Go »

Derek Sherinian

The keys to this performer's mythological universe would be plain on display in your dreams. Go »

Deso Dogg

Rappers are used to being dogged by police, not assassinated via military air strikes. Go »

Dexter Holland

Is Americana an offspring of Holland? Go »

Diana Krall

Even with Elvis as your musical mentor, you have to crawl before you can walk. Go »

Diana Ross

Somehow this singer got even better after leaving a group with supreme talent. Go »

DJ Jazzy Jeff

He was the DJ. Will Smith was the rapper. Go »

DJ Snake

This DJ has had such a twisty, serpentine career that his debut album is an encore. Go »

Dolly Parton

Noisy roller-coaster passengers are full of joy. Go »

Dolores O'Riordan

She dreams of salvation from lingering zombies. Go »

Don Henley

This onetime boy of summer is best known for soaring with the Eagles. Go »

Don Ho

This classic entertainer is as Hawaiian as the tiny bubbles in his signature song. Go »

Donna Summer

Heaven knows this bad girl worked hard for the money, but she hasn't felt love on the radio ever since disco's last dance. Go »

Donna Summer

one season early Go »

Dr. Dre

He's not really a doctor and he doesn't treat chronic illnesses, but selling fancy headphones did make him a huge success story straight out of Compton. Go »

Drake

It took him seven years to get out of public school, but now this Canadian rapper is so far gone that it's too late for a comeback. Go »

Duke Ellington

This pianist and member of jazz royalty did mean a thing, and did have that swing. Go »

Dully Sykes

squeaks about large women Go »

Eagle-Eye Cherry

no one is safe tonight Go »

Ed Sheeran

This self-described ginger kid from Britain names his albums after math and has made fans and collaborators out of Elton John, Taylor Swift, and Jamie Foxx. Go »

Eddie Van Halen

This fret tapper gave fair warning in 1984, asking, "Oh, you ate one, too?" Go »

Eddie Vedder

This crooner is still alive. (Can I do "any better"?) Go »

Édith Piaf

This French singer lived her "pink life" without regrets. Go »

Elle King

This daughter of a Saturday Night Live cast member recorded a hit song about tic tac toe. Who's the king? Go »

Ellie Goulding

This singer brings the Midas touch to hit films like Divergent and Fifty Shades of Grey. Go »

Elliott Smith

This commonly-named musician either lived in a basement or made an eight-figure salary. Go »

Elton John

This self-dubbed Captain Fantastic has long viewed life through rose-tinted (and many other outrageous) glasses. Go »

Elvis Costello

Your aim had better be true when you guess at this celebrity, who was gooed from memory. Go »

Elvis Presley

This hip-shaking hillbilly became the most successful musical thief in American history. Go »

Elvis Presley

This hip-shaking heartthrob had history-making hits with "Hard-Headed Woman," "Hound Dog," and "Heartbreak Hotel." Go »

Elvis Presley

It's been forty years since the king left the building for the last time. Go »

Eminem

The rap lyrics of this Detroit prodigy melt in his mouth, not in his hand. Go »

Eminem

This Detroit rapper's crazy rhymes melt in his mouth, not in his hand. Go »

Emmylou Harris

The parson's disciple is from Alabama, but gets blue singing about another state. Go »

Ennio Morricone

Spaghetti westerns like The Good the Bad and the Ugly and A Fistful of Dollars were given their legendary scores by this renowned composer. Go »

Enya

How strange that an Irish-born singer known for Celtic new age music would be named after the Spanish letter Ñ. Go »

Epic Mazur

He had an epic hit in 2000 that compared women to beautiful insects, and he's frequently mistaken for his bandmate Seth Binzer. Go »

Eric Bloom

This blossoming leader told us not to be afraid of death and that there is a way to climb into the heavens. Go »

Eric Burdon

He was an animal in the 60s, a warrior in the 70s, and a burden all of his life, but he has never been a rapper named after the Sunshine State. Go »

Eric Church

He's a self-identified sinner despite being named for a holy building. Go »

Eric Clapton

This guitarist has been in Cream, the Yardbirds, Derek & the Dominos, John Mayall & the Bluesbreakers, Powerhouse, the Dirty Mac, Blind Faith, the Plastic Ono Band, Delaney Bonnie & Friends, and TDF, but he was never in the Beatles. Go »

Eric Hutchinson

He was born in Washington D.C. and he only has one thing he wants to know, and that is ohhh, what is there to learn? When he will let you crash and burn, he never gives attention but you still yearn. Where do I fit in? If you keep a eye out, he will realize you are watching him. Go »

Erykah Badu

Baduism certainly has helped this double rose go on and on. Go »

Eva Cassidy

Unknown in her lifetime, this DC-area singer went on to sell ten million records, starting with her rendition of the most famous song from The Wizard of Oz. Go »

Eva O

This Goth-chick yo-yo'd until she finally found what she was looking for. Who's the queen? Go »

Faith Hill

If you're stumped by this country singer, then cry, breathe, and try to have faith. Go »

Fallon and Felisha King

Atlanta didn't exactly cherish their R&B foursome, so these twins chose to strike out on their own. Who's the king? Go »

Fat Joe

This real-life Buttercup recently lost 100 pounds, but his rapping name continues to reflect his former girth. Go »

Faye Wong

Conducting her business in a Chinese alleyway brought Heaven down to Earth. Go »

Feist

My goo, my man. The clue follows the music. Go »

Fergie

She's not really a dutchess, and she doesn't really have black eyes, but this former child actress is now a chart-topping singer anyway. Go »

Fetty Wap

This trap rapper does it his way. Go »

Fiona Apple

Fruit this young is almost criminal. Go »

Flavor Flav

It's always a good time for this very public enemy with a funny sense of taste. Go »

Flea

This bassist is the tiniest star in rock music... except maybe for Adam Ant. Go »

Flea

He's a bass player, not a blood-sucking insect known for appearing in miniature circuses. Go »

Flo Rida

Don't try to start a war with this goo, 'cause this goo will get away in a low rider. Go »

Florence Welch

Ever since mechanizing her backup band, it's been easier to manufacture hits about fist-kisses and dog-days. Go »

Frank Sinatra

Among the hits he sang at Vegas casinos were "Fly Me to the Moon," "My Way," and "Come Fly with Me." Go »

Frank Zappa

This gonzo guitarist's lyrical censorship by the PMRC on an instrumental album was the mother of invention in his crusade against censorship. Go »

Freddie Mercury

This Royal opera singer certainly knew how to gauge the temperature of an audience. Go »

Garth Brooks

This singer left the country to chase success in rockier territory, but all he gained was an early retirement. Go »

Gary Glitter

Being charged with raping and molesting children in Britain and Vietnam were not very glamorous for this 1970s rock star. Go »

Geddy Lee

This modern day singer always seems to be in the limelight. Go »

Gene Clark

David Crosby and Roger McGuinn founded a high-flying folk-rock band with this singer-songwriter. Go »

Gene Simmons

The most famous tongue in the business. Go »

Gene Simmons

This rock singer gave up rocking and rolling all night and partying every day to raise a bejeweled family. Go »

George Gershwin

This rhapsodic composer got rhythm and asked to dance. Go »

George Harrison

Though he was begging darling please, this guitar legend couldn't hold onto the lady who looked wonderful tonight. Go »

George Harrison

"Hey, Eric Clapton, my wife is you, you, yours." Go »

George Michael

His 1987 treatise on religion did not prepare him for a legal constraint. Go »

Geri Halliwell

This gingerly performer seems to have lost her... zest. Go »

Gerry Rafferty

The singer of "Baker Street" and "Right Down the Line" named one of his best-selling albums after a sort of Owl. Go »

Giacomo Puccini

Butterflies and Bohemians figure prominently in the work of this Italian opera composer. Go »

Gina Glocksen

the first idol to try twice came from Chicago Go »

Gloria Estefan

Sure, she gave us the Miami sound. But she also gave us Jon Secada. Go »

Gloria Gaynor

she did survive Go »

Gloria Trevi

una de las mas vendidas cantantes en el mercado de música pop, que es famosa por su pelo suelto Go »

Goo Hara

Three thousand fans have made this Kara singer the First Daughter of K-pop. Go »

Gram Parsons

This holy singer was massively influential in country rock after playing in The Byrds. Go »

Gregg Allman

His guardian angel gave him a new liver despite him being no angel himself. Go »

Gucci Mane

What do an animal's hair and a leather handbag company have in common? This rapper. Go »

Gustav Mahler

This Austrian composer was renowned as an orchestra conductor before his death, but his ten symphonies have made him even more famous in the century since then. Go »

Gwen Stefani

Only guess this steady rock singer if you are certainly sure of the answer. Go »

Hank Williams, Jr.

It's Monday! Are you ready for some football?! Go »

Hans Hotter

This German opera singer certainly knew how to raise the temperature of an audience. Go »

Harry Styles

He has style as a British singing show contestant, style as a boy-band breakout star, and style as a WWI-movie action hero. Go »

Harry Wayne Casey

This sunny singer loves to get down once, boogie twice, and shake four times. Go »

Helen Kane

This singer didn't get enough of the love she wanted from a judge when she lost a lawsuit over a cartoon flapper that copied her style. Go »

Herbie Hancock

This jazz pianist was miles ahead of the competition for this year's Grammy. Go »

Hideto Takarai

This angelic singer sees dreams with clear eyes. Go »

Hilary Duff

This preteen TV star and singer got the film career she wanted most by not sitting around on her butt. Go »

Hoagy Carmichael

This songwriter had an extended career composing for Hollywood, but he's also known as the likeness of James Bond. Go »

Ice Cube

He once performed controversial rap with N.W.A., but now makes family movies like Are We There Yet? Go »

Ice-T

This rapper went from killing cops to playing one on TV. Go »

Iggy Azalea

A fancy bounce was all it took to change her life. Go »

Iggy Pop

You'll find records by this lustful wild-child filed under pop, even though he performs punk. Go »

Imogen Heap

after Newport Beach, success began to pile up Go »

Isaac Hayes

who's the black cartoon chef that's a record producer with all the hits? Go »

Israel Kamakawiwo'ole

Hawaii's biggest singing sensation Go »

J Mascis

the next generation of dinosaur rock Go »

Ja Rule

This rapper is too young to know what love is. He hasn't yet reached his tenth birthday. Go »

Jack Johnson

If you see this goo's fans throwing a certain kind of pancakes at him for acting like a monkey, don't go on and on about it. Go »

Jack White

This witty storyteller married his sister (???) and took her name before taking up residence upon a frigid peak. Go »

Jack White

This raconteur consoled the lonely and his sister wife. Go »

Jackson Browne

The expression "running on empty" is a sad metaphor for the Trail of Tears. Go »

James Brown

This prolific singer and dancer feels good to be the hardest working goo in show business. Go »

James Chance

It took more than luck for this musician to dominate No Wave. Go »

James Hetfield

I didn't think fields could get whiplash. Off to never-never land... Go »

James Horner

It takes a courageous heart of thunder to be so horny about Titanic. Go »

James Morrison

more concerned with getting discovered than with entranceways into rooms Go »

James Valentine

Adam Levine stops singing whenever this guitarist jams through another solo. Go »

Janet Jackson

Her rhythm has enthralled a nation, even if she has the same flair for controversy as her brother Michael. Go »

Janis Joplin

This singer barely survived to see her ten-year high-school reunion, but she gained a pearl of wisdom from the event. Go »

Jason Aldean

This Georgia-born country singer has sold a lot of records about parties, trains, and boots. Go »

Jay-Z

Eight best-selling albums in eight years formed the blueprint for this jazzy rapper's dynasty. Go »

Jay-Z

This Brooklyn rapper faded to black, and later found his kingdom come. Go »

Jeff Martin

Life hasn't been a tea party for this rock star ever since his exile. Go »

Jemaine Clement

This flying Conchord proved in song that dragons could be racist too. Go »

Jennifer Hudson

I'm telling you, I'm not going to accept guesses for Fantasia Barrino or Latoya London. Go »

Jennifer Lopez

Before marrying Marc Anthony and joining American Idol, this entertainer had a hit with the song "Taco-Flavored Kisses." Go »

Jeremih

He calls himself a star. If you deduce the answer before other players, do not tell them. Go »

Jeremy "Passion" Manongdo

The only thing this soulful young singer is more passionate about than his career is Jesus. Go »

Jerry Garcia

Legions of fans of this long-touring guitarist are not grateful that he's dead. Go »

Jerry Goldsmith

You might not remember who this goo is right away, but just wait a while and it'll come to you. Go »

Jerry Lee Lewis

The singer of "Great Balls of Fire" and "Whole Lotta Shakin' Goin' On" never recaptured his early success after marrying his adolescent cousin. Go »

Jerry Lee Lewis

Giant spheres of flame! This performer also married his 13-year-old cousin. Go »

Jesse Hughes

I bet this journalist-turned-rocker's moustache tickles the devil when he kisses him on the tongue. Go »

Jesse McCartney

If this goo's love would close, you would need to cripple it by the vein. Go »

Jessica Simpson

This irresistible former newlywed can't decide if her favorite food is chicken of the sea or tuna of the dirt. Go »

Jewel Kilcher

Like a diamond in the rough, this goo was meant for me. Go »

Jewel Kilcher

This ornamental gemstone thinks Celebrity Goo Game is foolish. She prefers to play with her hands. Go »

Jill Scott

Who is this rhythm-n-blues babe? Go »

Jim Morrison

His band's first hit really lit the fire of their career. Everywhere they went, people thought they were strange. In the end, he broke on through to the other side. Go »

Jimi Hendrix

This lover of foxey ladies was a little too experienced when he overdosed in a purple haze. Go »

Jimi Hendrix

This star-spangled southpaw headlined Woodstock and was most definitely experienced. Go »

Jimmy Cliff

raggae's "wall of sound" Go »

Jimmy Dean

He's been a country music singer, a TV host, a James Bond villain, and a sausage salesman, but he's never been Bob Evans. Go »

Jimmy Fortune

This country singer was happy to fill in for an ailing Statler brother. Go »

Joan Baez

This singer just wanted folks to get along. Go »

Joan Jett

This high-flying artist scored hits about love for her genre of music and hate for herself after falling in love. Go »

Joanna Newsom

This squeaky-voiced harpist with a movie-star husband is the new something in indie folk music. Go »

Joe King

This alt-rock guitarist is madly in love with a TV vampire. Who's the king? Go »

Joe Satriani

This extremist is surfing with the alien in a blue dream. Go »

Joe Strummer

He named himself after an anonymous guitarist, his band after a violent conflict, and his album after the allure of his adopted hometown of London. Go »

Joel Mercado-See

Calling him Kung Fu is a big mistake unless you want Superman to come after you when he leaves town. Go »

Joey Kramer

If you played drums badly on as many hit songs since the seventies as this rocker, you could write a book about depression too. Go »

John Denver

He named himself after the largest metropolis in his favorite mountain state, but deep down, he was glad to be a country boy. Go »

John Fogerty

Don't claim it's a bad goo rising if you're not fortunate enough to see him clearly. Go »

John Legend

Everyone knows he evolved from ordinary people to become legendary. Go »

John Lennon

After December 8, 1980, he didn't have to imagine any more. Go »

John Lennon

He told his young son Julian, "Give peas a chance." Go »

John Mellencamp

He eventually dropped the Cougar from his name, after recording hit songs "Jack & Diane" and "Hurts So Good." Go »

John Philip Sousa

This goo composed so many well-known songs of a particular variety that it's no wonder he's known as "The March King." Go »

John Popper

This frontman has taken his favorite musical form on the road through thick and thin. Go »

John Popper

At a time when self-serious grunge was taking over the radio, he found success playing the harmonica and identifying with blues music by name. It helped that he knew how to write a good hook. Go »

John Williams

This guy is out of this world. Go »

Johnny Cash

His daddy may have named him Sue, but he will make you hurt. Go »

Johnny Rzeznik

after 2000 goos, this game remains as steady as your eye color Go »

Jon Anderson

Is he the owner of a lonely heart? Was John Lennon British? Go »

Jon Bon Jovi

After being too bad at medicine, and with his name ruined by love, this blazing, glorious singer found runaway success living "my life" on a prayer, and being there for the fans who wanted him dead or alive. Go »

Jon Secada

Neither of the days that this Cuban-American won his Grammy awards were just another. Go »

Jonathan Davis

How corny is it for a nu-metal band to feature a bagpipes player? Go »

Jónsi Birgisson

victorious? take a bow Go »

Jordin Sparks

This performer has been idolized ever since her electric performances in a certain TV singing contest a year ago. Go »

Joseph Haydn

This Austrian composer of chamber music was the father of the symphony and the brother of Michael, but for the love of God, he was not Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. Go »

Josh Freese

This drummer for Devo, Guns N' Roses, Nine Inch Nails, A Perfect Circle, and Weezer prefers if you call him Mister Freeze. Go »

Josh Groban

After many concerts on many stages, he has learned to sing his closer while his audience is still awake. Go »

Josh Homme

This Eagles drummer sang us lullabies and mastered the desert. Go »

Joshua Bell

One of the world's most celebrated instrumentalists does not play the bell. Go »

Joss Stone

Will the next princess of soul be a bewitching crybaby? Go »

Julia Lannerheim

Who's the female Swedish King? Go »

Julian Casablancas

After suffering a series of strokes and seeing his youth go by, he feels like he's recording music in more than one void. Go »

Juliana Hatfield

You can call her babe or just another girl, but don't call her McCoy. Go »

Julianna Zobrist

This Christian singer and baseball wife is unbreakable. Go »

Justin Bieber

Look a little closer just in case you might have seen this goo one time. Go »

Justin Bieber

You wouldn't believe who's not a baby any more. Go »

Justin Timberlake

He has justifiably produced twenty out of twenty sounds of the future. Go »

Kacey Musgraves

This Texas-born, Nashville-based star has an address in a whole new trailer park since competing on the pageant that is reality television. Go »

Kaki King

This guitarist kept changing her style until she felt like her goo looks. Who's the king? Go »

Kanye West

I would have included this goo in College Week if he hadn't dropped out after late registration. Go »

Kanye West

This hip-hop singer has a beautiful, dark, twisted fantasy about fish sticks. Go »

Kate Bush

This goo has run up significant heights to become king of the British pop charts. Go »

Kathleen Hanna

This riot girl and beastie wife did not ruin any bikinis, but she did kill a few. Go »

Katy Perry

prefers to kiss girls from California Go »

Katy Perry

She's now wide awake after a very successful teenage dream, going loud with songs about roaring and fireworks. Go »

Ke$ha

time's running out Go »

Keith Moon

not to be replaced Go »

Keith Richards

This outlaw guitarist and drug addict would have been a good goo last week. Go »

Kelly Clarkson

A game like this can't be won by popular vote, and that's no idle threat. Go »

Kenny G

He's known for his smoothness with a saxophone, his popularity in Hong Kong, and his association with the seventh letter of the alphabet. Go »

Keri Noble

This singer wasn't afraid to leave church for more aristocratic circles. Go »

Kerry King

He claims he's not a follower of the previous goo, but his violent music suggests otherwise. Who's the king? Go »

Kid Rock

Mixing rap and rock into a new form of music was child's play for this Michigan native. Go »

Killer Mike

Monstrously talented from the beginning, this deadly rapper is currently running away with critical acclaim. Go »

Kimberley Locke

This singer unlocked her talent and become as big of a star as her idols. Go »

Kimbra

Her quick appearance in an Australian Frenchman's song has strengthened her own career. Go »

King Sunny Ade

It's bad juju to let this African goo beat you. Who's the king? Go »

Kris Kristofferson

This country music star and film actor is known for his collaborations with Willie Nelson, Johnny Cash, Waylon Jennings, Shel Silverstein, Alice, Blade, and Bobby McGee. Go »

Krist Novoselic

He may have played the lowly bass, but he towered over his bandmates Dave and Kurt. Go »

Kurt Cobain

This lithium-loving pisces has a permanent headache. Go »

Kylie Minogue

A decade after her derailment in the early nineties, this Australian performer's career came back like a bad fever. Go »

Lady Gaga

This pop mega-star has made a career out of baby talk. Go »

Lady Gaga

Born with a poker face, this telephone enthusiast's glorious edge came from her ability to dance away from a bad romance with some Judas figure named Alejandro. Go »

Lana Del Rey

This singer, songwriter and fashion model could also be listed in the Video Games category. Go »

Lance Bass

This bass singer nearly fulfilled America's wishes to see boy-band singers flung into space. Go »

Larry Platt

This general wants 50 push-ups for having the wrong kind of pants on. Go »

Lars Ulrich

This Napster-hating Dane may be one of the fastest drummers in metal, but he's not the most accurate. Go »

Lauryn Hill

Don't mysguess this re-fugee goo. Go »

LeAnn Rimes

Once known for country hits like "Blue," she transitioned to adult-contemporary pop like "Looking Through Your Eyes." Go »

Lee Greenwood

This country singer is green on the outside, but red, white, and blue on the inside. Go »

Lenny Kravitz

You can only fly away if you're gonna go his way. Go »

Leona Lewis

The echoes created by this spirited British singer could shatter a heart, if it was made of glass. Go »

Leonard Cohen

Hallelujah! This Canadian brightened the future when he began setting his poetry to music. Go »

Les Paul

His contributions to rock guitar got him inducted to both the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and the National Inventors Hall of Fame. Go »

Liberace

This liberal piano man's outfits were flashier than Las Vegas itself. Go »

Lil B

His music is based on being happy, but he lives to feud with hoop stars like Kevin Durant and James Harden. Go »

Lil Jon

He and his boyz would like me to ask, "who's the king?" Unfortunately out on the east side, they're stuck asking "WHAT?" Go »

Lil Wayne

This artist had little trouble making cash money with the first two Carters, with a third on the way. Go »

Lindsey Buckingham

Don't stop guessing just because of the rumours that this round is almost dead. Who's the king? Go »

Lisa Lopes

The initials of this monocular singer's group did not stand for Turn Left Carefully. Go »

Liz Phair

This star exploded onto the Chicago music scene fairly young. Go »

LL Cool J

This performer does coke and listens to his momma. Go »

Lorde

This teenaged New Zealander could have been categorized in Royalty. Go »

Louis Armstrong

You can say this famous trumpeter's name as "Louie" or "Lewis," but you can't say that jazz would have been the same without him. Go »

Ludacris

Synonyms for this Atlanta rapper include ridiculous, laughable, farcical, and preposterous. Go »

Ludwig van Beethoven

This influential composer is now better known for a big drooling dog than his moonlight sonata. Go »

Luis Fonsi

Con un verso de Daddy Yankee, este cantante (tan fresco como Fonzie) publicó una canción que poco a poco se convirtió en el éxito del verano. Go »

M.I.A.

Some goos are harder to find than others. Go »

M.I.A.

Tamil timbre Go »

Madonna

There's so much material to write this clue, I feel swept away. Go »

Madonna

She's now the Material Middle-Aged Woman, but she can still make a halftime show pop. Go »

Mahalia Jackson

This singer was a Black Pearl native, and that's the g... well, that's the truth. Go »

Mandy Moore

If your recognition of this pop singer is not so real, a walk might help you remember. Go »

Marcia Howard

Ireland and Australia make for a pretty strange combination, Sir Go »

Mariah Carey

This emotional singer charms audiences by carrying tunes in up to eight octaves. Go »

Marianne Faithfull

If you can't roll with the Stones, crack your voice and break your English to try a second career. Go »

Marie Osmond

singer, dancer, actor, sister Go »

Marilyn Manson

Some entertainers embrace being a "bad influence" so much they may as well call it their profession. Go »

Mark Ronson

This British DJ went through several versions of his music before scoring a funky uptown hit. Go »

Marnie Stern

For all of her well-chronicled success, she still prefers just to be called Marnie. Go »

Mary J. Blige

You're obliged to guess this goo if you have a breakthrough after days of reflections on it. Go »

Matisyahu

Jerusalem meets Jamaica Go »

Matthew Good

I'm no good at math. You? Go »

MattyB

This fourteen-year-old rapper is so over-the-hill in the world of rap remix covers on YouTube that he has already published his memoirs. Go »

Max Yasgur

This milkman's biggest contribution to rock & roll had nothing to do with Farm Aid. Go »

Maxwell

You don't need a pretty pair of wings to fly to the top of the Billboard albums chart. Go »

Maynard James Keenan

The perfect tool to draw his second band would be a drafting compass. Go »

MC Hammer

You can't touch this goo's rapid career rise (and fall). Go »

MC Mong

This Korean pop superstar doesn't like it when laughter makes for a messy mix. Go »

Meat Loaf

His name was Robert Paulson. Go »

Meg White

this former Mrs. is now a drummer of a different stripe Go »

Meg White

She kept playing drums with her ex-husband long after their divorce, creating hits like "Seven Nation Army" and "Fell in Love with a Girl." Go »

Meghan Trainor

This singer scored an XXL hit this summer with a song that was heavy on bass (no treble). Go »

Melanie Martinez

This Long Islander's songs reveal an obsession with childhood objects. Go »

Melissa Auf der Maur

This lowly instrumentalist is ready to continue the fight against seasonal fruit. Go »

Merle Haggard

This country singer will never tire of being branded a lonely fugitive from Muskogee. Go »

Michael Bublé

a bubbly singer by any standards Go »

Michael David Cummings

The singer of "When Worlds Collide" is not as successful as his brother Rob Zombie. Go »

Michael Jackson

Helen Keller doesn't have anything on this freak of nature. Go »

Michael Jackson

It's just ignorant not to recognize the singer of "Thriller" and "Beat It." Go »

Michael Stipe

Remember to guess before the week is out. Go »

Michelle Branch

You might have to go out on a limb to solve this spirited goo. Go »

Mick Fleetwood

His eponymous band scored hits with "Dreams" and "Albatross," but bandmates Stevie Nicks and Lindsey Buckingham became bigger stars. Go »

Mick Jagger

If you're trying to solve a goo that no one else can, you won't get no satisfaction from this singer of "Paint It Black" and "Sympathy for the Devil." Go »

Mila J

When she called from a Los Angeles area code, Prince answered the phone and put her in a music video. Go »

Miles Davis

His blue notes could be heard for miles. Another May 25th person. Go »

Miley Cyrus

She took a wrecking ball to her former career as a family-friendly Disney Channel star. Go »

Millie Jackson and Keisha Jackson

Sixteen years passed between "It Hurts So Good" and "Hot Little Love Affair." Go »

Milton Chapman

Man, don't go around keying his car, or his fans will boo and hiss, especially when you point out that he never appeared on the cover of Rolling Stone. Go »

Miranda Lambert

This former star of Nashville, who recently went platinum, is famous in every small town. Go »

Missy Elliott

If you leave to join the real world, this goo will miss you much. Go »

Moondog

How many other blind jazz composers became homeless Vikings? Go »

Naomi Judd and Wynonna Judd

This country music duo recorded hits like "Why Not Me" and "Girls Night Out," and they can count Ashley Judd as a close relative. Go »

Napoleon XIV

This one-hit wonder sung of being chased by big butterfly nets. Go »

Nas

Hip hop became ill when this Brooklyn native started his career, and later died when he feuded with Jay Z. Go »

Nat 'King' Cole

This crooner was unforgettable. Who's the king? Go »

Natalie Imbruglia

I'm torn... Is she a singer or an Australian soap star? Go »

Natalie Maines

in her 2003 speech, she wasn't just whistlin' Dixie Go »

Nate Dogg

This rapper from the 213 area code reached the end of his leash last year after a series of strokes. Go »

Neil Diamond

Maybe his love is on the rocks because he doesn't bring Caroline flowers. Go »

Neil Peart

Objectively, he's got rhythm and he writes the songs. Go »

Neil Young

What do Crazy Horse, Buffalo Springfield, The Mynah Birds, Pearl Jam, and Crosby Stills & Nash have in common? Go »

Nelly

This #1-selling rapper is known for dressing up and dressing down at the same time. Go »

Nelly Furtado

According to pop-music folklore, she's a loose and promiscuous maneater. Go »

Nelson Bragg

You too will tell everyone you got this one by cracking the number code like none other. Go »

Neneh Cherry

Her name might be sweet like cherry, but as a hip hop artist, she's raw like sushi. Go »

Nichole Nordeman

This Colorado-born singer must have been brave to enter the business as a wide-eyed amateur. Go »

Nick Drake

Don't run over any ducks while driving your pink Volkswagen in the moonlight. Go »

Nicki Minaj

Make today pink with this Trinidadian hip hop star who wants your love. Go »

Nikka Costa

On her own, you might have a crazy temptation to say she collaborated with icons. Either way, she's definitely done more than nothin'. Go »

Norah Jones

It's not too late for this blues singer to come away with more Grammy Awards. Go »

Nova Rockafeller

This pop star self-identifies as one of the "children of the 1990s" despite being born in 1988. Go »

Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan

quality qawwali Go »

Olivia Newton-John

She was totally hot in the 1970s, but merely warm by the late 1980s. Go »

Olivier Messiaen

Even after 20 years, this man would stop at nothing to figure out a part of the Messiah’s life. Go »

Ozzy Osbourne

Don't be paranoid! I promise not to bite your head off if you don't recognize this iron madman. Go »

Patsy Cline

Her cheatin' heart fell to pieces after midnight. Sweet dreams. Go »

Patti Smith

The godmother of punk is still active, having released an album of covers in 2007. Go »

Paul McCartney

When the beetles were broken up into four parts, this one got the wings. Go »

Paul McLoone

Never listen to the tone beneath this goo's voice. But if you do, don't let the chain of love end with you alone. Go »

Pete Townshend

He brought an operatic scope to his rock music and dropped a bomb on Internet child pornography, but when many people think of him, they still wonder, "Who?" Go »

Peter Frampton

Do you goo, goo like I goo? Go »

Peter Gabriel

Before he hit the big time, lying down on Broadway was the genesis of this performer's career. Go »

Peter Wolf

This centerfold-admiring singer's middle name is not "and the." Go »

Pharrell Williams

When Daft Punk asked him to sing what would become the two biggest hits on their latest album, he was happy to say yes. Go »

Phil Spector

I'm sure the L.A. district attorney would love to have been a fly on the wall during that deadly February morning. Go »

Pierre Bouvier

This singer fronts a Montréal-based band whose name rhymes with Simple Man. Go »

Pink

Most girls, even stupid ones, love this color no matter how it's punctuated. Go »

Pitbull

If you guess anyone other than this Miami-born rapper, you're barking up the wrong tree. Go »

Prince

This former "slave" is now once again pop music royalty. Go »

Prince

pop/rock royalty Go »

Prince

This royal Minnesotan's purple reign over the music business has lasted well beyond the 1999 party that he predicted. Go »

Psy

There's no stopping this South Korean superstar from getting his stylish hit stuck in your head. Go »

Pusha T

This rapper has been known to get pushy if you don't call him by his name, which is my name. Go »

Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky

I wouldn't call this war composer's goo a ballbreaker, but you're going to miss it if you're getting your beauty sleep. Go »

Q-Tip

He's too jaded to stop being a tribesman. Go »

Queen Latifah

The Queen of living single now has her own talk show. Go »

Questlove

Without question, if you didn't have the beat, the next movement wouldn't work. Them things fall apart. Go »

Quincy Jones

Don't quit if you're not quick-witted enough to qualify with this question: What producer and composer got some of the biggest names in music to check their egos at his door? Go »

R. Kelly

This "R"&B singer still believes he can fly away from allegations of taking sexy photos of a teenaged girl. Go »

Rachel Platten

Her current album has caught on like a wildfire, on the strength of a popular fighting song. Go »

Randy Bachman

Hey you! Guess who this overdriven musician is? Go »

Randy Newman

Maybe you forgot who Jerry Goldsmith was, but this goo is a new man, the former rocker who composed music for toys, bugs, monsters, and cars. Go »

Raphael Saadiq

He likes rolling, dancing, dashing, and seeing. Go »

Ravi Shankar

He is arguably India's most famous string player, but what he plays isn't exactly a guitar. Go »

Ray Charles

I never miss a round when it's over. With this Georgian on our minds, it's time to hit the road, Jack. Go »

Ray Parker, Jr.

he ain't afraid of no ghost Go »

Reba McEntire

Never been a prettier head of red in the entire country. Go »

Regina Spektor

She sang an orange theme song out of her blue mouth. Go »

Régine Chassagne

Many more buildings burn down after an earthquake than just arcades. Go »

Ricardo Arjona

Latin Grammy winner for "best singing basketball player" Go »

Richard Wagner

This German is better known for his operas than for the half-tuba, half-French-horn that bears his name. Go »

Rick James

He escaped ghetto life with a series of super-freaky hits, but cocaine addiction still drove him to an early grave in his native Buffalo. Go »

Rick Springfield

This goo wishes he had Becky. Go »

Rihanna

This good girl gone bad was on top of the charts until her boyfriend helped her with a different kind of hit. Go »

Rihanna

This singing real-life Rumpelstiltskin asked her fans, "What's my name?" Go »

Ringo Starr

He became a super Starr by playing in the greatest rock quartet of all time, but bandmate John Lennon said he wasn't even the best drummer in the band. Go »

Rob Pilatus

Losing a Grammy was a disgrace that he couldn't live down. Go »

Rob Zombie

Although his heavy-metal band died around the year 2000, his career came back to life when he recorded several solo albums and began directing horror movies. Go »

Robbie Robertson

He remains celebrated for his songwriting in a band, except that they weren't just "a" band. Go »

Robbie Williams

This egotistical Brit sings (and swings) when he's winning, which he's been doing on the charts ever since he told his old band "take that." Go »

Robert Moog

He wanted to make a little moog music, so he invented his own synthesizer. Go »

Robert Plant

Here's a British rock riddle: What kind of plant produces one lemon and one tangerine? Go »

Roberta Guaspari

violins, Meryl Streep, Harlem Go »

Rod Stewart

Some goos have all the luck. Go »

Roger Waters

When this rock composer hit a wall trying to explore his dark side, he wished he was anywhere else. Go »

Roger Waters

Everything under the sun was in tune with this bandleader eclipsed on the dark side of the moon. Go »

Róisín Murphy

This singer from the emerald isle can turn red gemstones blue. Go »

Ron "Pigpen" McKernan

glad to be deceased Go »

Ronnie James Dio

This soulful singer saved black music in the 1970s by turning Satanic influence on its head. Go »

Ronnie Milsap

This absolute disaster first had apparitions. Go »

Roy Orbison

This Texan's biggest hits were about loneliness and prettiness. Go »

Rubén Blades

This beefy singer has a side career appearing in movies such as Once Upon a Time in Mexico. Go »

Russell Simmons

hearing loss has been very profitable for this rap mogul Go »

Ryan Adams

He left the city of his alcoholic early years to move to New York (the city so nice they named it twice), and eventually attracted attention from high-ranking members of the Catholic church. Go »

Sam Phillips

Early rock & roll wouldn't have been the same without the supernova of talent (Elvis! Carl! Jerry Lee! Johnny!) that was discovered in his studio. Go »

Sam Smith

This singer is the intersection between Taylor Swift, Naughty Boy, and Tom Petty. Go »

Sammy Hagar

He really hates it when UFOs are forced to obey a strict speed limit. Go »

Santogold

Like some of her fellow French artists, this singer has the gilded voice of a saint. Go »

Sarah McLachlan

Some players might fumble; this goo's not fair on the surface. Go »

Scott Weiland

This stoned pilot can really weil those tunes. Go »

Scott Weiland

He was never in Temple of the Dog, but his work in a different temple-themed grunge band will outlast the memory of his fatal heroin addiction. Go »

Se7en

Just l1st3n1ng f0r 4 f3w s3c0nds t0 th1s R&B s1ng3r's m3l0d13s w1ll g3t h1s tun3s stuck 1n y0ur h34d 4ll d4y, 3v3ry d3y f0r 4 w33k. Go »

Sean Combs

This one-time bad boy has become the father of a new kind of media mogul. Go »

Sean Kingston

This rapper is named after the capital of reggae. Who's the king? Go »

Selena Quintanilla

Her young death was the shot heard 'round the Tejano music world. Go »

Serj Tankian

The Armenian Genocide won't be forgotten, if this downer of a rock star has any say in it. Go »

Seth Binzer

He can make all the ladies come come to him. Go »

Shakira

She washes her Colombian and Lebanese apparel in the same load. Go »

Shania Twain

Man! I hope this goo doesn't impress you much. Go »

Sheila E.

Her love life has been glamorous and bizarre since working with the Purple One. Go »

Sheryl Crow

Her career started on an ordinary weeknight, but soon she started using her own name and traveling around the planet in a big hurry. Her popularity spread like a weed, taking her on unplanned routes such as just missing Memphis, but eventually she made it home and found herself there. Go »

Sia Furler

This Australian singer scored hits last year with songs about a hanging light fixture and a stretching circulatory organ. Go »

Silentó

Oh my! I can't believe he wants everyone to be quiet, including me. All you can do is watch this teen dance and rap. Go »

Sir Mix-a-Lot

This pseudo-Arthurian is veracious regarding his callipygian preferences. Go »

Skrillex

This musician has come a long way since adopting his AIM name professionally. Go »

Slash

This top hat aficionado with a violent mononym is known for his slippery, grimy style of playing guitar and his feud with former bandmate Axl Rose. Go »

Smokey Robinson

This singer took over Motown in more ways than one as the legendary frontman of the Miracles. Go »

Snoop Dogg

It won't take dogged determination to guess this West Coast rapper, fo shizzle. Go »

Snoop Dogg

the only rapper to appear in Peanizzle Wizzle Go »

Snoop Dogg

In his doggbowl, this West Coast rapper and actor prefers gin and juice. Go »

Solange Knowles

This pop singer was destined to be seen as a child in the shadow of her older sister Beyoncé. Go »

Sonny Bono

California congressman and variety show husband Go »

Stephan Jenkins

might as well jump Go »

Stephen Foster

The classic American songbook is full of his work, from "Camptown Races" to "Oh! Susanna" to "Hard Times Come Again No More." Go »

Steve Miller

According to the lyrics of his most famous song, he's not just the Joker, he's also a picker, grinner, lover, sinner, smoker, and midnight toker. Go »

Steve West

This musician is doubly dangerous after the sun sets. Go »

Steve Winwood

A statement about alcohol, a stew over the music business and a short-lived career as a pilot sparked this singer's success, which still has many reeds perplexed. Go »

Steven Tyler

dream on if you think I'm crazy enough to name this goo that looks like a lady Go »

Stevie Nicks

This singer is rumoured to be a bella donna in private. Go »

Stevie Wonder

This wonderful entertainer didn't need vision to record hit songs like "Superstition," "Sir Duke," and "I Just Called to Say I Love You." Go »

Sting

fans are buzzing over this goo's music Go »

Stone Gossard

This "rock" guitarist loves to jam with his contemporaries. Go »

Stuart Murdoch

If you're feeling sinister, go listen to some songs by this former boxer turned lead singer. Go »

Sufjan Stevens

This noisemaker is very popular in two Midwestern states. Go »

Sunidhi Chauhan

अऔरत लगभग प्रतिभाशाली गायिका आजकल। Go »

T.I.

This rapper's philosophy was to live his life and do whatever he liked until packing heat brought the heat down on him. Go »

Takehito Koyasu

This narcissistic actor has a cross to bear. Go »

Tamara Walker

This goo cried when she heard that the king was gone. Go »

Taylor Momsen

This pretty hard rock singer can turn into a real grinch if she catches you gossiping about her prior career. Go »

Taylor Swift

This young Tim McGraw fan is swiftly becoming a successful country music singer. Go »

Taylor Swift

This young singer of hits "You Belong with Me" and "We are Never Ever Getting Back Together" is many years away from a nickname like Old Rough and Ready. Go »

Taz Bentley

This devilishly burdened sibling may need some help from a man of God. Go »

Ted Nugent

Motor City will always be known for this weekend warrior and snakeskin cowboy. Go »

Teena Marie

James Brown didn't have to go out on a limb to support this teenaged singer. Go »

Tex Ritter

This country singer may stack the deck against you. Go »

The Game

This rapper gets played everywhere. Go »

The Notorious B.I.G.

Someone infamous for obesity shouldn't release albums declaring that he's ready to die. Go »

The Notorious B.I.G.

His escalation of the East Coast-West Coast feud in gangsta rap came to a Notorious end. Go »

The Weeknd

Everybody's working for him. Go »

Thom Yorke

This singer's band sounds OK on a computer, but some people like to hear them with a radio headset. Go »

Tiffany

If her idea of love is dating Stevie Wonder, no wonder she's alone. Go »

Tim McGraw

He broke out too soon in 1994, got faith in 1996, and inspired country's next generation in 2006. Go »

Tina Arena

This once-young talent on Australian television can now sing her songs of love to an entire sold-out... Go »

Tina Turner

What's success got to do with it? She's the biggest-selling female rocker in history. Go »

Tinashe

After the stunning breakup of her first group, she found success under her own astrological sign. Go »

Tiny Tim

It's no small wonder that those who get high on old-timey music are willing to die for it. Go »

Tom Petty

He wouldn't back down. He ran down a dream. He free fell. He learned to fly. He danced at last with Mary Jane. Go »

Tommy Collins

This one-time minister's biggest hit was almost "Now What Are You Going to Do?" Go »

Tony Bennett

The singer born Anthony Benedetto had a rags to riches story, leaving his heart in San Francisco to pursue success. Go »

Tori Amos

If u kant read, you might think this crucified pianist offered boils for peel. Go »

Travis Cottrell

I really screwed up last season and hurt players by not crediting their guesses for this singer instead of the arsonist that I mislabeled his picture as. I hope they'll do the Christian thing and forgive me. Go »

Trent Reznor

Don't get closer to a fragile guy with nails this long. Go »

Trey Anastasio

It's simple, Esther. When the circus comes to town, you enjoy myself. Go »

Trisha Yearwood

This real live woman knows her birthplace, Jasper County, inside out. Go »

Tupac Shakur

What this rapper feared most has come to pass: His own resurrection. Go »

Tupac Shakur

This Machiavellian rapper has published more albums in death than he did during his thug life. Go »

Twin Shadow

It's impossible to cast one shadow, let alone two, during an eclipse. Go »

Tyler, The Creator

It must have seemed like an odd and uncertain future when a vice president seized power. Go »

Usher

R&B star known for showing his houseguests to their seats Go »

Usher

Here he stands, looking for himself his way. Go »

V V Brown

This British singer would be known for putting the Vs in the words leave and love, but this shark may want to talk about this with you if you can't solve this answer in the water. Go »

Vaden Lewis

I’m not gonna lie, brother. This Texas goo’s dark secret might burden you. I won’t give it up to you. Go »

Vanilla Ice

Ice cream doesn't get more vanilla than this, baby. Go »

Victoria Beckham

wife of one soccer player Go »

Violeta Parra

purple folk poet Go »

W. Axl Rose

This trigger-happy singer is known for firing his bandmates in rows. Go »

Wattie Buchan

Beaker resents exploitation of his research Go »

Werner Thomas

This composer of a traditional song at wedding receptions nearly caused me to cancel mine. Go »

Whitney Houston

Houston, we have a problem. I will always love you. Go »

Will.i.am

How many musicians do you know whose first name is a punctuated sentence? Go »

William Goldsmith

the beating heart of Seattle's rock scene Go »

Willie Nelson

Getting arrested can help your image in certain genres of music. Go »

Willow Smith

There's only one way to celebrate having a music career funded by your rich movie-star parents: Whipping your hair back and forth. Go »

Wilson Pickett

His songs "In the Midnight Hour" and "Land of 1000 Dances" were popular across an entire league of nations. Go »

Wiz Khalifa

If you remember this rapper who's a wizard on the mic, say yeah. Go »

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

This Austrian composer was such a devout Catholic that he took his love of God as a name. Go »

Woody Guthrie

This land will always be his land. Go »

Wyclef Jean

This musician sought refuge from the carnival atmosphere of the music business by leading humanitarian causes in his homeland. Go »

Wynonna Judd

In the shadow of her mom in Nashville and her sister in Hollywood, this singer drew strength from her weakness. Go »

Xzibit

Yo dawg I heard you like celebrity goos so I put some celebrity goos in your celebrity goo game. Go »

Yngwie Malmsteen

This artist's career burned hot in the eighties, and waffled between warm and cold in the nineties, before becoming hot for good in this decade. Go »

Yo-Yo Ma

It's up and down with this cellist, Mom! Go »

Yo-Yo Ma

The career of this celebrated cellist has had its ups and downs. Go »

Yôko Kanno

She's no Ono, but she sees the colors in bebop. Go »

Yoko Ono

Beatle bride Go »

Zac Brown

With his eponymous band, this country star has recorded hits including "Chicken Fried" and "Goodbye in Her Eyes." Go »

Zakk Wylde

He played guitar for a Black singer, and later started his own Black band, all without being able to spell his own name. Go »

Zara Larsson

Talang was great, but TEN was So Good for this international pop star. Go »

Zayn Malik

His band is no longer all traveling in a single direction since he got a mind of his own. Go »

Ziggy Marley

This head melody maker has the spirit of reggae in his genes. Go »