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Joe Lynn Turner

Joe Lynn Turner (born Joseph Arthur Mark Linquito), is an American singer known for his work with the hard rock band Rainbow. During his career, Turner fronted pop rock band Fandango, had a short-lived collaboration as the vocalist for Yngwie Malmsteen's Rising Force and Deep Purple.

Seals & Crofts

Seals and Crofts are a band made up of Jim Seals and Dash Crofts. They are best known for their Hot 100 #6 hits "Summer Breeze", "Diamond Girl" and "Get Closer".


NRBQ is an American rock band founded in 1967. It is known for its live performances, containing a high degree of spontaneity and levity, and blending rock, pop, jazz, blues and Tin Pan Alley styles. The abbreviation "NRBQ" stands for New Rhythm and Blues Quartet (originally Quintet), although a 1982 article in Creem magazine suggested a different meaning: "Nothing Really Beats Quality".


Loverboy is a Canadian rock group formed in 1979.

Pat Benatar

Pat Benatar (born Patricia Mae Andrzejewski) is an American singer and four-time Grammy winner. During the 1980s, Benatar had two RIAA-certified Multi-Platinum albums, five RIAA-certified Platinum albums, three RIAA-certified Gold albums and 19 Top 40 singles, including "Love Is a Battlefield", "Hit Me With Your Best Shot", and "We Belong".

Rod Stewart

Roderick David Stewart, CBE is a British singer-songwriter, born and raised in North London and currently residing in Epping.

Rick Derringer

Rick Derringer (born Richard Zehringer) is an American guitarist and vocalist. When he was seventeen years old, his band The McCoys recorded "Hang on Sloopy" in the summer of 1965, which became the number one song in America before "Yesterday" by The Beatles knocked it out of the top spot.


Stories was a rock and pop music band, based out of New York in the early 1970s. The band consisted of keyboardist Michael Brown, bassist/vocalist Ian Lloyd, guitarist Steve Love and drummer Bryan Madey. They had a Number 1 hit with a cover of Hot Chocolate's "Brother Louie."

Dr. John

Malcolm John "Mac" Rebennack, Jr., better known by the stage name Dr. John (also Dr. John Creaux, or Dr. John the Night Tripper), is an American singer-songwriter, pianist and guitarist, whose music combines blues, pop, jazz as well as zydeco, boogie woogie and rock and roll.

Zak Starkey

Zak Starkey is an English rock drummer and the son of Beatles drummer Ringo Starr and Starr's first wife Maureen Starkey Tigrett. He is also well known for his unofficial membership in the English rock band The Who, with whom he has performed and recorded since 1996. He is also the third drummer to have appeared with English rock band Oasis. Starkey has also worked with other musicians and bands such as Johnny Marr, Paul Weller, The Icicle Works, The Waterboys, ASAP and The Lightning Seeds. His godfather was Keith Moon.


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