40th Post: Alpha Artist Finder

SUMMARY OF POSTS

Blog Lookup Tables: Artists & Bands

Justine Afante – Justin Bieber

New artist adds:

Aboriginal Didgerido. Post 48: Music Categories in Our World – Asian – Australian.

Acapella (No19). 56th Post: A Capella.

A-Capella. 48th Post: Music Categories in Our World – European.

Accentus (No8) & Orchestra. 56th Post: Choral.

Adams, Faye. 36th Post: Timeless Recordings from the 1950s and 1960s. “Shake a Hand.”

Afrobeats. Post 48: Music categories in our world – African.

Akkuratov, Oleg. 45th Post: Piano and Keyboard Players. “Baby I Love You.”

Ainae. (21) 53rd Post: The VOICE “Best Part”. RQ 9. Team Kelly.

Alake, Zania (34) 53rd Post: The VOICE “Sweet Love”. RQ 10+. Team John.

Alana (22 years old). #21. 52nd Post: American Idol “Bust Your Windows.”

Alliaj, Gala (15 years old). 37th Post: Who are the young singers of today that will be famous in the future? “Don’t Know Why” and “Make You Feel My Love.” She also has been a professional model for over ten years.

Altinkaya, Shamaiah (<15 years old). 37th Post: Who are the young singers of today that will be famous in the future? “Winner Takes All.”

Amaya, Carmen. Post 48: Music Categories in Our World. European – Spain (flamenco singer). “Alegrias.”

American Folk. Post 48: Music Categories in Our World – North American.

Amigo, Vincent Girol. Post 48: Music Categories in Our World. European flamenco guitar. “Tees Notas Para Decir Te Quiero.” (RQ 10+). Also, Post 46: Guitar Players.

Anka, Paul. 51st Post: Classics Forever. Diana, Lonely Boy, Your Head on My Shoulder,

Anthony, Cam (19) 53rd Post: The VOICE “Lay Me Down” RQ 10. Team Blake.

Anthony, Durrell (22) 53rd Post: The VOICE “What’s Going On” RQ 10+. Team John.

Anthony, Ray. 54th Post: Dance Types 50s & 60s The Bunny Hop.

Armstrong-Star, Cassandra (10 years old). 37th Post: Promising Young Singers. “Hallelujah.”

Artis, Thunderstorm (23 Yrs old). Post 37. Who are the young singers of today that will be famous in the future? “Blackbird.”

Astaire, Fred. 54th Post: Dance in the 50s-60s. Mame and Hello Dolly.

August, Ava (15 years old). #7. 52nd Post: American Idol “Ghost of You.”

Autry, Gene. 12th Post: Last Names (A-D). “Back in the Saddle Again.”

Avalon, Frankie. 29th Post: M$ Dollar Records Book. “Venus.”

Awari (35) 53rd Post: The VOICE “Weak” Cut.

Aye, Naomi (12 yrs old). Post 37. Who are the singers of today that will be famous in the future? “Bohemian Rhapsody.”

Bachata. 48th Post: Music Categories in Our World – Latin and South American.

Bach, JoHann. Post 44: Lets Give Credit to the Greatest. “Mass in B Minor.”

Baez, Joan. 51st Post: Classics Forever. Woodstock Festival. “

Baker, LaVern. 36th Post: Timeless Recordings from the 1950s and 1960s. “Tweedlee Dee.”

Baila. Post 48: Music categories in our world. Asian.

Balada. 48th Post: Music Categories in Our World – Latin and South American.

Baltasar-Neumann (No17) & Orchestra. 56th Post: Choral.

Bandy, Mo. 12th Post: Last Names (A-D). “That’s What Makes the Jukbox Play.”

Barton, Eileen. 12th Post: Last Names (A-D). “If I’d Known You Were Comin I’d Baked a Cake.”

Barton-Pine, Rachel. Post 44. The Greatest Artists of All-Time. Member: Virtuoso Orchestra. “Tchaikovsky’s Violin Concerto 1st movement.”

Bass, Fontana. 36th Post: Timeless Recordings from the 1950s and 1960s. “Rescue Me.”

Bavarian Radio Symphony Orchestra. Post 44: Lets Give Credit to the Greatest. Mariss Jansons. “Symphony No9.”

Beach, Amy. Post 44: Lets Give Credit to the Greatest. “Symphony in E Minor Op. 32.”

Beamer Brothers. Post: 48: Music Categories in Our World. North American – Hawaiian. “Honolulu City Lights.” (RQ 10).

Beane (23 years old) #1. 52nd Post: American Idol “What’s Goin On.”

Beckham, Chayce (24 years old) #8. 52nd Post: American Idol “You Should Probably Leave.”

Belafonte, Harry. 36th Post: Timeless Recordings. “Banana Boat Song.”

Bell, Madaline. 51st Post: Classics Forever. “I’m Gonna Make You Love Me.”

Benga. Post 48: Music categories in our world – African.

Benedetti, Nicola. Post 44. The Greatest Artists of All-Time. Member: Virtuoso Orchestra. “Marsalis’ Violin Concerto in D minor.”

Bennett, Joe (and His Sparkletones). 12th Post: Last Named (A-D). “Black Slacks.”

Benton, Brook. 12th Post: Last Names (A-D). “Endlessly.”

Berlinger Philharmoniker. Post 44: Lets Give Credit to the Greatest. Simon Rattle. “Symphony No9.”

Berry, Len. 36th Post: Timeless Recordings from the 1950s and 1960s. “1-2-3.”

Justin Bieber – Paul Butterfield Blues Band

New artist adds:

Bezaly, Sharon. Post 44. Greatest Artists of All-Time. Member: Virtuoso Orchestra. “F. Doppler Hungarian Fantasy.”

Bigelow, Claudine. Post 44. The Greatest Artists of All-Time. Member: Virtuoso Orchestra. “Scene Andalouse for viola.”

Bishop, Casey (16 years old). 36th Post: Promising Young Singers. “My Funny Valentine.” 52nd Post: American Idol “She Talks to Angels.”

Bluegrass. Post 48: Music Categories in Our World – North American.

Blues. Post 48: Music Categories in Our World – North American.

Bodhran. Post 48: Music Categories in Our World: European. Irish. Sally Advant. “Reel Around the Sun.” (RQ 9).

Bollywood. Post 48: Music categories in our world. Asian.

Bonamassa, Joe. 46th Post: Greatest Guitarist. “Different Shades of Blue.”

Bonham, John Henry. Post 44. Greatest Artists of All-Time. Member: Virtuoso Orchestra. “Moby Dick.”

Bonney, Barbara. Post 44: Lets Give Credit to the Greatest. “Ave Maria.”

Bossa Nova. 48th Post: Music Categories in Our World – Latin and South American.

Bostic, Earl. 12th Post: Last Names (A-F). “ Where or When.”

Botti, Christopher Stephen. Post 44. Greatest Artists of All-Time. Member: Virtuoso Orchestra. “When I Fall in Love.”

Bowman, Alex (<15 years old). 37th Post: Who are the young singers of today that will be famous in the future? “Back to December.”

Bradley, Jan. 12th Post: Last Names (A-D). “Mama Didn’t Lie.”

Brahams, Johannes. Post 44: Lets Give Credit to the Greatest. “Symphony No3 in F Major.”

Bretan, Laura (18 years old). Post 37: Who Are the Young Singers of Today that Will Be Famous tomorrow. “Believe” and “O mio babbino cara.”

Brewer, Theresa. 36th Post: Timeless Recordings from the 1950s and 1960s. “Music, Music, Music.”

Brinc, Elena (13 years old). 37th Post: Promising Young Singers. “Fight Song.”

Brinker, Victory (9 years old). 37th Post: Young Singers. “Juliet’s Waltz.”

Brown, Alison. Greatest Artists of All-Time. Member: Virtuoso Orchestra. “Going to Glasow.”

Brown, Arthur (& His Crazy World). 12th Post: Last Names (A-D). “Fire.”

Browne, Jackson. 12th Post: Last Names (A-D). “The Pretender.”

Brown, Maxine. 36th Post: Timeless Recordings from the 1950s and 1960s. “All in My Mind.”

Brown, Ruth. 36th Post: Timeless Recordings from the 1950s and 1960s. “Teardrops From My Eyes.”

Bryant, Anita. 36th Post: Timeless Recordings from the 1950s and 1960s. “Paper Roses.”

Budapest Festival Orchestra. Post 44: Lets Give Credit to the Greatest. Ivan Fischer. “Carmen Fantasy Op. 25.”

Canned Heat – Don Covey

New artist adds:

Caccini, Francesca. Post 44: Lets Give Credit to the Greatest. “Il Primo Pelle Musiche.”

Cain, Christine (27) 53rd Post: The VOICE “Watermelon Sugar”. Cut. Coach John.

Calcanhotto, Araina. (singer). Post 48: Music Categories in Our World. Latin & South American. “Melhores Musicas.” (RQ 10).

Calypso. Post 48: Music categories in our world – Caribbean.

Canadian Folk. Post 48: Music Categories in Our World – North American.

Capoldi, Lewis (24 yrs old). Post 37. Who are the young singers of today that will be famous in the future? “Some You Loved.”

Cara, Alessia (22 yrs old). Post 37. Who are the singers of today that will be famous on the future? “Here.”

Carnatic. Post 48: Music categories in our world. Asian.

Caroline, Emna (25) 53rd Post: The VOICE “Slow Burn”. RQ 9. Coach Blake.

Carr, Kathy. 36th Post: Timeless Recordings from the 1950s and 1960s. “Ivory Tower.”

Carr, Vikki. 36th Post: Timeless Recordings from the 1950s and 1960s. “ It Must Be Him.”

Carreno, Teresa. Post 44: Lets Give Credit to the Greatest. “Ballade No1 in G Minor Op.23.”

Carson, Mindy. 36th Post: Timeless Recordings from the 1950s and 1960s. “ Wake the Town and Tell the People.”

Casper, JD (38) 53rd Post: The VOICE “How to Save a Life” RQ 9. Coach Kelly.

Cass, Mama (Elliot). 36th Post: Timeless Recordings from the 1950s and 1960s. “Dream a Little Dream of Me.”

Castle, Wolfegg. 46th Post: Guitarists (lute player – 1480

Cazimero Brothers. Post: 48: Music Categories in Our World. North American – Hawaiian. “Waika” (RQ 10) and “Home in the Islands” (RQ 10).

Cecilio & Kapino. Post: 48: Music Categories in Our World. North American – Hawaiian. “About You.” (RQ 10).

Celtic Chant. 48th Post: Music Categories in Our World – European.

Celtic Harp. Post 48: Music Categories in Our World. European – Irish. Nadia Birkenstock. “A Trip to the Islands.” (RQ 10).

Chad (Stewart) and Jeremy (Clyde). 51st Post: Classics Forever. “A Summer Song.”

Chaminade, Cecile. Post 44: Lets Give Credit to the Greatest. “Arabesque No1 Op. 61.”

Chance, Greyson (23 years old). 37th Post: Who are the young singers of today that will be famous in the future? “Hungry Eyes.”

Channel, Bruce. Post 35. 1950s and 60s One hit wonders. “Hey! Baby.”

Channing, Carole. 36th Post: Timeless Recordings from the 1950s and 1960s. “Diamonds Are a Girl’s Best Friend.”

Charles, Jimmy. 12th Post: Last Names (A-D). “A Million to One.”

Checker, Chubby. 54th Post: Dance Types 50s & 60s: The Twist & The Pony.

Cher (Cherilyn Sarkisian). Post 35. 36th Post: Timeless Recordings from the 1950s and 1960s. “All I Really Want to Do.”

Cherry, Don. 12th Post: Last Names (A-D). “Band of Gold.”

Chestnut, Savanah (25) 53rd Post: The VOICE “Hold Me Now” RQ 9. Coach Blake.

Chicago Symphony Orchestra. Post 44: Lets Give Credit to the Greatest. Riccardo Muti. “Beethoven’s No9 Symphony.”

Chimurenga. Post 48: Music categories in our world – African.

Chinese Folk. Post 48: Music categories in our world. Asian.

Chinese Traditional Opera. Post 48: Music categories in our world. Asian.

Clinton, Jimmy. 12th Post: Last Names (A-D). “Just a Dream.”

Choir of Kings College. (No12). Cambridge. 56th Post: Choral.

Choir of New College (No14) Oxford. 56th Post: Choral.

Choir of Trinity College (No5). Cambridge. 56th Post: Choral.

Chopin, Frederic. Post 44: Lets Give Credit to the Greatest. “The Nocturnes Op. 9.”

Christian, Charlie. 46th Post: Guitarists. “Rose Room.”

Christian, Conner (23) 53rd Post: The VOICE “Bright Lights.” Coach Blake.

Christy, June. 36th Post: Timeless Recordings from the 1950s and 1960s. “Something Cool.”

Clark, Daisy (19 years old). 37th Post: Who are the young singers of today that will be famous in the future? “Hopelessly Devoted to You.”

Clark, Petula. 36th Post: Timeless Recordings from the 1950s and 1960s. “Downtown.”

Clarkson, Kelly, Coach 53rd Post: The VOICE Biography.

Clayton, Merry. 12th Post: Last Names (A-D). “Gimmie Shelter.”

Cleveland Symphony Orchestra. Post 44: Lets Give Credit to the Greatest. Franz Weiser-Most. “Adagio from Symphony No9.”

Cline, Patsy. 36th Post: Timeless Recordings from the 1950s and 1960s. “Crazy.”

Clooney, Rosemary. 36th Post: Timeless Recordings from the 1950s and 1960s. “Come On – A My House.”

Cocker, Joe. 31st Post: Classics Forever. Woodstock Festival. “With a Little Help from My Friends.”

Cole, Nat King. 29th Post: M$ Records Book. “Mona Lisa.”

Coleman, Cassandra (24 years old) #20. 52nd Post: American Idol “Running With Wolves.”

Coleman, Fitzroy. 46th Post: Guitarists. “This Can’t Be Love.”

Collegium Vocals Ghent (No7). 56th Post: Choral.

Collins, Judy. 36th Post: Timeless Recordings from the 1950s and 1960s. “Both Sides Now.”

Como, Perry. 29th Post: M$ R

Compas. 48th Post: Music Categories in Our World – Latin and South American.

Corey, Jill. 36th Post: Timeless Recordings from the 1950s and 1960s. “Love Me to Pieces.”

C-Pop. Post 48: Music categories in our world. Asian.

Crawford, Caroline. Post 35. 1950s and 60s One Hit Wonders. “A Smile is Just a Frown.”

Floyd Cramer – Joyce DiDonato

New artist adds:

Croce, Jim. 36th Post: Timeless Recordings from the 1950s and 1960s. “Time in a Bottle.”

Crosby, Stills & Nash. 51st Post: Classics Forever. “Judy Blue Eyes.”

Cumbia. 48th Post: Music Categories in Our World – Latin and South American.

Daigle, Lauren. 37th Post: Who are the young singers of today that will be famous in the future? “You Say.”

Dalton, Denisha (22) 53rd Post: The VOICE “Pillowtalk”. RQ 9. Coach John.

Dancehall. Post 48: Music categories in our world – Caribbean.

Dangout. Post 48: Music categories in our world. Asian.

Danielle, Meghan (18 yrs old). Post 37. Who are the singers of today that will be famous on the future? “Simple Man.”

Danilova, Arina (17 yrs old). Post 40 – On the way to fame. Uses a cup for creating a beat for her song. “Quizas, Quizas, Quizas.”

Danny & The Juniors. 54th Post: Dance Types 50s & 60s Rock ‘n Roll (Swing).

Davis, Mac. 51st Post: Classics Forever. “Baby Don’t Get Hooked on Me.”

Davis, Skeeter. 36th Post: Timeless Recordings from the 1950s and 1960s. “The End of the World.”

Day, Andra (37 years old). 37th Post: Promising Young Singers. “Rise Up.”

Day, Doris. 36th Post: Timeless Recordings from the 1950s and 1960s. “Secret Love.”

Dean, Debbie. Post 35. 1950s and 60s One Hit Wonders. “Don’t Let Him Shop Around.”

Deep Purple. 12th Post: Last Names (A-D). “Hush.”

DeFranco, Graham (27 years old) #16. 52nd Post: American Idol “Beautiful War.”

Degryse, Justin (14 yrs old). Post 37. Who are the singers of today that will be famous on the future? “Lovely.”

DeLeon, Carmen (15 years old). 37th Post: Who are the young singers of today that will be famous in the future? “El Mismo Aire.”

Del Toro, Guillermo. 54th Post: Dance Types 50s & 60s The Calypso.

Del-Vikings. 12th Post: Last Names (A-D). “Come Go with Me.”

DeShannon, Jackie. 36th Post: Timeless Recordings from the 1950s and 1960s. “Put a Little Love in Your Heart.”

Degtyareva, Yaroslava (7 years old). 37th Post: Who are the young singers of today that will be famous in the future? “Cuckoo.”

Desmond, Johnny. 51st Post: Classics Forever. “So Nice.”

Desmond, Paul (& The Dave Brubeck Quartet). Post 36: Timeless Recordings from the 1950s and 1960s. “Take Five.”

Dias, Belchoir. 46th Post: Guitarists. Renaissance Vihuela – 1581.

Divine, Diana. 54th Post: Dance Types 50s & 60s The Dog.

Mark Dinning – Billie Ellish

New artist adds:

Dabrowska, Anna (16). 37th Post: Young Singers. “Swiat sie pomyl.”

Divine, Diana. 54th Pist: Dance in the 1950s & 60s.

Donovan (Phillips Leitch). Post 42. Artist Spotlight. “Catch the Wind.” 1965.

Douvas, Elaine. Post 44. Greatest Artists of All-Time. Member: Virtuoso Orchestra. “Richard Strauss: Oboe Concerto PART 1.”

Dowland, John. 46th Post: Guitarists. Lute player. “Lachwimae.”

Doyle, Rio (16) 53rd Post: The VOICE “When We Were Young” RQ 10. Coach John.

Drew, Patti. 12th Post: Last Names (A-D). “Tell Him.”

Drum and Bass. 48th Post: Music Categories in Our World – European.

Duboc, Anna (13 Years Old). Post 37. Who are the singers of today that will be famous in the future? “Ballad.”

Duke, Patty. 36th Post: Timeless Recordings from the 1950s and 1960s. “Don’t Just Stand There.”

Durham, Eddie. 46th Post: Guitarists. “Hittin the Bottle.”

Elgard, Lee. 1st Post: Last Names (E-F). “Bandstand Boogie.”

Ellis, Shirley. 36th Post: Timeless Recordings from the 1950s and 1960s. “The Name Game.”

Eminem – Lesley Gore

New artist adds:

Emerson, Keith (Lake & Palmer). 45th Post: Piano and keyboard players are the heart and soul of a band. “Fanfare of the Common Man.”

Escolania de Montserrat (30 singers). 56th Post: Choral.

Estonian Philharmonic (46 boys). 56th Post: Choral.

Ethio-Jazz. Post 48: Music categories in our world – African.

Euro-Disco. 48th Post: Music Categories in Our World – European.

Everett, Betty. 36th Post: Timeless Recordings from the 1950s and 1960s. “The Shoop Shoop Song.”

Everhart, Hanna (17 years old) #22. 52nd Post: American Idol “Wrecking Ball.”

Everly Brothers (Don and Phil). 1st Post: Which identifies the greatest singers and groups of all-time (last names starting with E and F). The artists and groups represented are: The Everly Brothers, Pink Floyd, The Four Seasons, The Four Tops and Aretha Franklin. “Bye Bye Love.”

Fabares, Shelly. 36th Post: Timeless Recordings from the 1950s and 1960s. “Johnny Angel.”

Face (No24). 56th Post: A Cappella.

Faithfull, Marianne. 36th Post: Timeless Recordings from the 1950s and 1960s. “As Tears Go By.”

Farmer, Darci Lynne. 37th Post: Who are the young singers of today that will be famous in the future? “Summertime.”

Farrell, Keegan (21) 53rd Post: The VOICE “She Will Be Loved.” Coach Blake.

Feliciano, Jose. 36th Post: Timeless Recordings from the 1950s and 1960s. “Light My Fire.”

Fifth Dimension, The. 36th Post: Timeless Recordings from the 1950s and 1960s. “Medley: Aquarious/Let the Sunshine In.”

Figueroa, Jose (34) 53rd Post: The VOICE “At This Moment” RQ 10. Coach Nick.

Fisher, Eddie. 1st Post: E-F Last Names. “I NeedYou Now.”

Fischer, Helene (37 years old). Post 37: Promising Young Singers. “Atemlos durch die Nacht.”

Fisher, Miss Toni. 36th Post: Timeless Recordings from the 1950s and 1960s. “The Big Hurt.”

Fiskum, Zan (23 yrs old). Post 37. Who are the young singers of today that will be famous in the future? “Always Remember Us This Way.”

Fitzgerald, Ella. 36th Post: Timeless Recordings from the 1950s and 1960s. “Dream a Little Dream of Me.”

Flamenco. 48th Post: Music Categories in Our World – European.

Fleming, Davon. Post 50: Diamonds in the Rough. “Me and Mr. Jones.”

Ford, Mary (and Les Paul). 36th Post: Timeless Recordings from the 1950s and 1960s. “Vaya Con Dios.”

Fosse, Bob. 54th Post: Dance Types 50s & 60s: The Frug.

Four Jacks and a Jill. 51st Post: Classics Forever. “Master Jack

Francis, Connie. 36th Post: Timeless Recordings from the 1950s and 1960s. 29th Post: M $ Records Book. “Who’s Sorry Now?”

Fred, John & His Playboy Band. Post 36. Timeless recordings from the 1950s and 60s. “Judy in Disguise.”

Freeman, Bobby. 54th Post: Dance Types 50s & 60s: The Swim.

Frost, Martin. Post 44. Greatest Artists of All-Time. Member: Virtuoso Orchestra. “Klezmer Dances.”

Funicello, Annette. 36th Post: Timeless Recordings from the 1950s and 1960s. “Tall Paul.” 54th Post: Dance Types 50s & 60s The Madison (line dance).

Gabrielli, Giovanni. 56th Post: Chorus (founder).

Gagauu Court. Post 48: Music categories in our world. Asian.

Galway, Sir James. Post 44. Greatest Artists of All-Time. Member: Virtuoso Orchestra. “Danny Boy.”

Garcia, Anna (20) 53rd Post: The VOICE “My Future”. RQ 9. Coach Kelly.

Gardner, Lanie (21). 35th Post: Who are the young singers of today that will be famous tomorrow? “Dream.”

Garguila, Anthony (21 years old). 37th Post: Who are the young singers of today that will be famous in the future? “Barricade.”

Garner, Loyal. Post: 48: Music Categories in Our World. North American – Hawaiian. “Shave Ice.” (RQ 10).

Garnett, Gale. Post 35: One Hit Wonders. “We’ll Sing in the Sunshine.”

Gatzin, Elena. 37th Post: Young Singers. “At Last.”

Gaye, Marvin. 54th Post: Dance Types 50s & 60s: The Hitch Hike.

Gentleman’s Rule (No16). 56th Post: A Cappella.

George, Barbara. 36th Post: Timeless Recordings from the 1950s and 1960s. “I Know.”

Gibbs, Georgia. 36th Post: Timeless Recordings from the 1950s and 1960s. “Kiss of Fire.”

Gilbert, Paul. 46th Post: Greatest Guitarists. Five favorite guitars.

Gisele, MacKenzie. 36th Post: Timeless Recordings from the 1950s and 1960s. “Hard to Get.”

Glitch Pop. 48th Post: Music Categories in Our World – European.

Gnawa Ethio Pop. Post 48: Music categories in our world – African.

Goa Trance. Post 48: Music categories in our world. Asian.

Goncalves, Deshawn (20 years old) #3. 52nd Post: American Idol “Over the Rainbow.”

Gorme, Eydie. 36th Post: Timeless Recordings from the 1950s and 1960s. “Blame It On the Bossa Nova.”

Gospel. Post 48: Music Categories in Our World – North American.

Gough, Maia (18 years old). 37th Post: Young Successful Singers. “No Time

Grace, Anna (20) 53rd Post: The VOICE “My Future” RQ 9. Coach Kel

Grant, Gogi. 36th Post: Timeless Recordings from the 1950s and 1960s. “The Wayward Wind.”

Grappelli, Stephanie. Post 44. Greatest Artists of All-Time. Member: Virtuoso Orchestra. “Uptown Dance.”

Dobie Gray – Michael Jackson

New artist adds:

Greg, Halley (29) 53rd Post: The VOICE “I’m Like a Bird”. Coach Kelly.

Gregorian Chant. Post 48: Music Categories in Our World. European-Germany. Monks at St. Ottilien (RQ 10).

Grimaud, Helene. 45th Post: Pianists an keyboard players are the heart and soul of a band. “Brahms Piano Concerto No1.”

Grime. 48th Post: Music Categories in Our World – European.

Grimmie, Christina (22 years old, died in 2016). (Featured Artist now). Post 37: Promising Young Singers. “Can’t Help Falling in Love.”

Guitar, Bonnie. 36th Post: Timeless Recordings from the 1950s and 1960s. “Dark Moon.”

Gurtu, Trilock. Post 44. Greatest Artists of All-Time. Member: Virtuoso Orchestra. “A Master of Percussion.”

Guthrie, Arlo. 51st Post: Classics Forever. Woodstock Festival. “Alice’s Restaurant.”

Gutman, Natalia. Post 44. Greatest Artists of All-Time. Member: Virtuoso Orchestra. “Bach Cello Suite No1.”

Gwani Blues. Post 48: Music categories in our world – African.

Haley, Bill & His Comets. 29th Post: M$ Records Book. “Rock Around the Clock.”

Hamasyan, Tieran. 45th Post: Pianist and keyboard players are the heart and soul of a band. “New Maps.”

Hamlin, Rosie (& The Originals). Post 35. One Hit Wonders. “Angel Baby.”

Hamelin, Marc-Andre. 45th Post: Pianists and keyboard players are the heart and soul of a band. “Variations on a Theme by Paganini.”

Hammer, Jan. 45th Post: Piano and keyboard players are the heart and soul of a band. “Crockett’s Theme.”

Han, Anna. Post 45: Pianists and Keyboard players. “Bach: French suite No. 2 in C minor.”

Hancock, Herbie. 45th Post: Pianists and keyboard players are the heart and soul of every band. “Just Around the Corner.”

Handel, George. Post 44: Lets Give Credit to the Greatest. “Hallelujah.”

Hardin, Tim. 51st Post: Classics Forever. Woodstock Festival. “If I Were a Carpenter.”

Harris, Toneisha (45 yrs old). Post 37. Who are the young singers of today that will be famous in the future? “I Want You To Know What Love Is.”

Harrison, Claudia (18 yrs old). Post 37. Who are the singers of today that will be famous on the future? “O Mio Babbino Cara.”

Harrison, Wilbert. Post 3: Last Names (H). “Kansas City.”

Hartley, Keef Band. 51st Post: Classics Forever. Woodstock Festival. “Rock Me Baby.”

Haugsand, Ketil. Greatest Artists of All-Time. Member: Virtuoso Orchestra. “Prelude and fugue in G major.”

Havens, Richie. 51st Post: Classics Forever. Woodstock Festival. “Thing Called Love.”

Haydn, Franz. Post 44: Lets Give Credit to the Greatest. “Cello Concerto No2 in D Major.”

Hebb, Bobby. 51st Post: Classics Forever. “Sunny.”

Highlife. Post 48: Music categories in our world – African.

Hindustani. Post 48: Music categories in our world. Asian.

Ho, Don. Post: 48: Music Categories in Our World. North American – Hawaiian. “Lyggs.”

Holloway, Brenda. 36th Post: Timeless Recordings from the 1950s and 1960s. “Every Little Bit Hurts.”

Holman, Eddie. 35th Post: 1950’s and 60’s One Hit Wonders. “Hey There Lonely Girl.”

Home Free (14). 56th Post:

Hough, Julianne & Derek. 54th Post: Dance Types 50s & 60s The Jive.

House Jacks (No 7). 56th Post: A Cappella.

Hovius, Dax (<15 years old). 37th Post: Who are the young singers of today that will be famous in the future? “Blue Suede Shoes.”

Howard, Jan. 36th Post: Timeless Recordings from the 1950s and 1960s. “For Loving You.”

Ian, Janis. 4th Post: Last Names (I & J). “At Seventeen.”

I Fagiolini (20). 56th Post: Chorus.

Imbruglia, Natalie. 51st Post: Classics Forever.“Torn.”

Incredible String Band. 51st Post: Classics Forever. Woodstock Festival. “ Come with Me.”

Industrial. Post 48: Music Categories in Our World – North American.

Inkilaya. Post 48: Music categories in our world – African.

Ink Spots. 4th Post: 1950 and 1960s MUSIC GROUPS (I & J’s). “If I Didn’t Care.”

Instrument (24 unique, new) Types. 49th Post

Irish Jig. Post 48: Music Categories in Our World. European-Irish. “Riverdance.”

Iron Butterfly. Post 35. 1950s and 1960s One Hit Wonders. “In-A-Gotta-Da-Vita.”

Istel, Richard (21 yrs old). Post 37. Who are the young singers of today that will be famous in the future? “Stay.”

Iverson, Ethan. 45th Post: Pianists and keyboard players are the heart and soul of a band. “Thrift Store.”

Izotov, Eugene. Post 44. Greatest Artists of All-Time. Member: Virtuoso Orchestra. “Mozart Oboe Concerto.”

Wanda Jackson – Ben E. King

New artist adds:

Jackson, Chuck. 36th Post: Timeless Recordings from the 1950s and 1960s. “Any Day Now.”

Jackson, Stonewall. 4th Post: Last Names (I & J). “Don’t Be Angry.”

James, Elmore. 4th Post: Last Names (I & J). “ I Believe.”

James, Etta. 36th Post: Timeless Recordings from the 1950s and 1960s. “At Last.”

James, Joni. 36th Post: Timeless Recordings from the 1950s and 1960s. “Why Don’t You Believe Me?”

Jamieson, Colin (22 Years old) #11. 52nd Post: American Idol “Sugar We’re Goin Down.”

Japanese Folk. Post 48: Music categories in our world. Asian.

Jay and the Americans. 51st Post: Classics Forever. “Come a Little Bit Closer.”

Jay and the Techniques. 36th Post: Timeless Recordings from the 1950s and 1960s. “Apples, Peaches, Pumpkin Pie.”

Joan, Lindsay (22) 53rd Post: The VOICE “Nightmare” RQ 10+. Coach Nick.

Jobim, Antonio. (singer) Post 48: Music Categories in Our World. Latin & South American. “Stone Flower.” (RQ 10+).

Jo, Damita. 36th Post: Timeless Recordings from the 1950s and 1960s. “I’ll Save the Last Dance for You.”

Johnson, Betty. 36th Post: Timeless Recordings from the 1950s and 1960s. “I Dreamed.”

Johnson, Louisa (22 years old). 37th Post: Who are the young singers of today that will be famous in the future? “Like I Loved Me.”

Jonas, Nick, Coach 53rd Post: The VOICE.

Jones, Devan Blake (35) 53rd Post: The VOICE “Hardplace”. Coach Nick.

Jones, George. 4th Post: Last Names (I & J). “I Always Get Lucky with You.”

J-Pop. Post 48: Music categories in our world. Asian.

Juju. Post 48: Music categories in our world – African.

Kalin Twins. 5th Post: Last Names (K). “When.”

Kallen, Kitty. 36th Post: Timeless Recordings from the 1950s and 1960s. “In the Chapel in the Moonlight.”

Kamakawiwo’Ole, Israel. Post: 48: Music Categories in Our World. North American – Hawaiian. “Hele On To Kauai.” (RQ 10).

Kann, Bjorn (<15 years old). 37th Post: Who are the young singers of today that will be famous in the future? “Hotel California.”

Kazachenko, Olesya (<15 years old). 37th Post: Who are the young singers of today that will be famous in the future? “Rise Up.”

Keali’i, Mark. Post: 48: Music Categories in Our World. North American – Hawaiian. “Roller Coaster Ride.” (RQ 10).

Kelly, Amir (23 yrs old). 37th Post: Who are the young singers of today that will be famous in the future? “Maui.”

Kendrick, Anna. Post 41: New Trends in Music. “When I’m Gone.” Created the Cup Song trend.

Kennedy, Caleb (16 years old) #19. 52nd Post: American Idol “The Devil is Drivin Me Insane.”

Kenzelman, Aaron (39) 53rd Post: The VOICE “Ordinary World”. Cut. Coach Blake.

Kim, Andy. 5th Post: Last Names endinK. “Baby I Love You.”

King, Carole. 36th Post: Timeless Recordings from the 1950s and 1960s. “Tapestry”.

Kings Collage, Cambridge (No22). 56th Post: Choral.

Kingston Trio. 29th Post: M$ Records Book. “Tom Dooley.”

Kinstler, Grace (20 years old) #2. 52nd Post: American Idol “Father.”

Kitt, Eartha. 36th Post: Timeless Recordings from the 1950s and 1960s. “Santa Baby.”

Freddie King – Lorde

New artist adds:

Knight, Robert. 51st Post: Classics Forever. “Everlasting Love.”

Kostov, Kristian (20 years old). 37th Post: Who are the young singers of today that will be famous in the future. “Beautiful Mess.”

K-Trot. Post 48: Music categories in our world. Asian.

Laine, Frankie. 29th Post: M$ Records Book. “I Believe.”

LA Philharmonic. Post 44: Lets Give Credit to the Greatest. Gustavo Dudamel. “Romeo and Juliet Overture.”

Lang, Eddie. Post 46: Guitarists. “Deep Second Street Blues.”

Lang, Lang. 45th Post: Pianists and keyboard players are the heart and soul of a band. “Fur Elise.”

Larrson, Zara (21 years old). Post 37. Who are the singers of today that will be famous in the future? “Uncover.”

Lawrence, Steve (& Edyie Gorme). 36th Post: Timeless Recordings from 1950-1969. “Go Away Little Girl.”

Lead, Nara. (singer) Post 48: Music Categories in Our World. Latin & South American. “Garota de Ipanema.” (RQ 10+).

LeCair, Judith. Post 44. Greatest Artists of All-Time. Member: Virtuoso Orchestra. “Works for Bassoon.”

Lee, Brenda. 36th Post: Timeless Recordings from the 1950s and 1960s. “I’m Sorry.”

Lee, Curtis. Post 35. 1950s and 60s One Hit Wonders. “Pretty Little Angel Eyes.”

Lee, Jacquie (23 years old). 37th Post: Who are the young singers of today that will be famous in the future? “The Broken One.”

Lee, Peggy. 36th Post: Timeless Recordings from the 1950s and 1960s. “Why Don’t You Do Right?

Legend, John, Coach 53rd Post: The VOICE Biography.

Lennon, John (and Yoko Ono). Post 47: Searching for Peace. “Imagine.” (RQ 10).

Leonarda, Isabella. Post 44: Lets Give Credit to the Greatest. “Sonata Duodecima.”

Les Arts Florissants (No15) & Orchestra. 56th Post: Choral.

Lester, Ketty. 36th Post: Timeless Recordings from the 1950s and 1960s. “Love Letters.”

Lewis, Barbara. 36th Post: Timeless Recordings from the 1950s and 1960s. “Hello Stranger.”

Lewis, Jerry Lee. 29th Post: M$ Records Book. “Whole Lotta Shaking Goin On.”

Lewis, Smiley. 51st Post: Classics Forever. “I Hear You Knocking.”

Liggins, Jimmy. Post 7: Last Names (L, M & N). “Boogie Woigie King.”

Lind, Bob. 51st Post: Classics Forever. “Elusive Butterfly.”

Linden, Kathy. 36th Post: Timeless Recordings from the 1950s and 1960s. “Billy.”

List, Anilee (20 years old) #9. 52nd Post: American Idol “Blue.”

Little Eva (Boyd). 36th Post: Timeless Recordings from the 1950s and 1960s. “The Loco-Motion.”

Little Richard. 29th Post: M$ Records Book. “TittivFruti.”

Liu, Kate. Post 45: Pianists and Keyboard players. “Beethoven: Sonata No. 31 Op. 110.”

Lively, Ethan (17) 53rd Post: The VOICE “You Look So Good in Love” RQ 10. Coach Blake.

Loeb, Lisa. 36th Post: Timeless Recordings. “Stay.”

London Philharmonic Orchestra. Post 44: Lets Give Credit to the Greatest. Andris Nelsons. “Bolero.”

Lord, John. 45th Post: Piano and keyboard players are the heart and soul of a band. Deep Purple. “ Lazy.”

Lortie, Louis. 45th Post: Pianists and keyboard players are the heart and soul of a band. “Piano Sonata No17 in D minor.” Also, Post 44. Greatest Artists of All-Time. Member: Virtuoso Orchestra.

Darlene Love – Mextoon

New artist adds:

Lucia, Paco De. Post 46: Guitar Players. “Entre Dos Aguas.” (RQ 10).

Lu, Eric. Post 44: Lets Give Credit to the Greatest. Won Leeds in 2018. “Concerto No4 Op. 58.”

Lukyanets, Solomia (19 years old). Post 37: Who Are the Young Singers that Will Be Successful in the Future. “Time to Say Goodbye.”

Lyman, Frankie. 29th Post: M$ Records Book. “Why Do Fools Fall in Love.”

Lynn, Barbara. 36th Post: Timeless Recordings from the 1950s and 1960s. “You’ll Lose a Good Thing.”

Lynn, Loretta. 36th Post: Timeless Recordings from the 1950s and 1960s. “Coal Miners Daughter.”

Lynn, Vera. 36th Post: Timeless Recordings from the 1950s and 1960s. “My Son, My Son.”

Lynne, Gloria. 36th Post: Timeless Recordings from the 1950s and 1960s. “ I Wish You Love.”

Ma, Yo-Yo. Post 44. Greatest Artists of All-Time. Member of Virtuoso Orchestra. “Bach: Cello Suite No. 1 in G Major.”

Mac, Rachel (15) 53rd Post: The VOICE “Let Him Fly.”

Mach, Leila (15 years old) Bad Cut. 52nd Post: American Idol “If It Ain’t Got You.”

Maciejczak, Marcin (14 years old). 37th Post: Who are the young singers of today that will be famous in the future? “I’ll Never Love Again.”

MacKampa, Jordan (25 yrs old). 37th Post: Who are the young singers of today that will be famous in the future? “Magic”

Madigan, Betty. 36th Post: Timeless Recordings from the 1950s and 1960s. “Joey.”

Majika. Post 48: Music categories in our world – African.

Maley, Manon (17 yrs old). Post 37. Who are the singers of today that will be famous on thefuture? “Writings on the Wall.”

Mambo. Post 48: Music categories in our world – Caribbean.

Mana’O Company. Post: 48: Music Categories in Our World. North American – Hawaiian. “Drop Baby Drop.” (RQ 10+).

Manhattan Transfer (No3). 56th Post: A Cappella.

March, Little Peggy. 36th Post: Timeless Recordings from the 1950s and 1960s. “I Will Follow Him.”

Mariachi. 48th Post: Music Categories in Our World – Latin and South American.

Marshall, Andrew (21) 53rd Post: The VOICE “Gravity” RQ 10.

Martin, Dean. 29th Post: M$ Dollar Book. “ That’s Amore.”

Mason, Barbara. 36th Post: Timeless Recordings from the 1950s and 1960s. “Yes, I’m Ready.”

Mason, Dave. 36th Post: Timeless Recordings from the 1950s and 1960s. “We Just Disagree.”

Mathis, Johnny. 29th Post: M$ Records Book. “Chances Are.”

Naturally (No20). 56th Post: A Cappella.

Maya, Jeronimo. Post 46: Guitar Players. “Bulerias.”

Mbalex. Post 48: Music categories in our world – African.

McBride, Christian. Post 44. Greatest Artists of All-Time. Member: Virtuoso Orchestra. “Shake and Blake.”

McGuire Sisters (Ruby, Dottie & Phyllis). 36th Post: Timeless Recordings from the 1950s and 1960s. “Sincerely.”

McKenzie, Scott. 51st Post: Classics Forever. “SanFrancisco.”

Mehldau, Brad. 45th Post: Pianists and keyboard players are the heart and soul of a band. “Empty Concertgebouw Sessions.”

Mendelssohn, Fanny. Post 44: Lets Give Credit to the Greatest. “Notturno in G Minor.”

Mento. Post 48: Music categories in our world – Caribbean.

Mercer, Johnny. 7th Post: Last Names (L, M and N). “Moon River.“

Mercy. 35th Post: One Hit Wonders. “Love” (Can Make You Happy).

Merengue. Post 48: Music categories in our world – Caribbean.

Mesitzo. 48th Post: Music Categories in Our World – Latin and South American.

Metro Vocal Group (No12). 56th Post: A Cappella.

Metts, Hunter (22 years old). #12. 52nd Post: American Idol “July.”

Meyer, Sabine. Post 44. Greatest Artists of All-Time. Member: Virtuoso Orchestra. “Mozart: Clarinet Concerto.”

Mickey and Sylvia – Luciano Pavarotti

New artist adds:

Midler, Bette. 36th Post: Timeless Recordings from the 1950s and 1960s. “The Rose.”

Miles, Allegra (17 yrs old). Post 37. Who are the young singers of today that will be famous in the future? “Use Somebody.”

Miller, Alex (17 Years Old). Post 37: Promising Young Singers. Original: “I’m Over You, So Get Over Me.”

Miller, Jody. 36th Post: Timeless Recordings from the 1950s and 1960s. “Queen of the House.”

Mimi and Josy. Post 37. Promising Young Singers. “Creep.”

Mintz, Claud (20 yrs old). Post 37. Who are the young singers of today that will be famous in the future? “Just to Forget.”

Mississippi Mass Choir (75 singers). 56th Post: Choral.

Modig, Ryleigh (18) 53rd Post: The VOICE “When the Party’s Over” RQ 10+.

Monique, Dana (41) 53rd Post: The VOICE “Freeway of Love.”

Monk, Thelonious. 45th Post: Pianists and keyboard players are the heart and soul of every band. “Monk’s Dream”

Monroe, Marilyn. 36th Post: Timeless Recordings from the 1950s and 1960s. “Diamonds Are a Girl’s Best Friend.”

Montiel, Sara. (Flamenco singer). Post 48: Music Categories in Our World. European-Spain. “La Violetera.”

Moon, Arei (28 yrs old). Post 37. Who are the young singers of today that will be famous in the future? “Finesse.”

Monet-McCants, Victoria (27 yrs old). 37th Post: Who are the young singers of today that will be famous in the future? “Jaguar.”

Montoya, Ramon. Post 46 Guitar Players and Post 48: Music categories in our world. European flamenco guitar. “Solea.”

Monteverdi Choir (No1) & Orchestra. 56th Post:

Morgan, Jane. 36th Post: Timeless Recordings from the 1950s and 1960s. “The Day the Rains Came.”

Morgan, Jaye. P. 36th Post: Timeless Recordings from the 1950s and 1960s. “That’s All I Want from You.”

Morozov, Artyom ( <15 years old). 37th Post: Who are the young singers of today that will be famous in the future? “Who Wants to Live Forever.”

Morris, Maren (31 years old). Post 37: Young Singers. “The Bones.”

Northwell Health Nurse Choir. 56th Post: Chiral.

Motherload. 35th Post: One Hit Wonders.“When I Die.”

Mountain. 51st Post: Classics Forever. Woodstock Festival. “Beside the Sea.”

Mozart, Wolfgang. Post 44: Lets Give Credit to the Greatest. “Jupiter Symphony.”

Mroz, Pete. (45) 53rd Post: The VOICE “Can’t Find My Way Home” RQ10.

Mysterians, ? and the. Post 35. 1950s and 60s One Hit Wonders. “96 Tears.”

Na’Auao, Sean. Post: 48: Music Categories in Our World. North American – Hawaiian. “Fish and Poi.” (RQ 10+).

Ndombolo. Post 48: Music categories in our world – African.

New College – Oxford (No20). 56 Post: Chor

Nordic/Norse. Post 48: Music Categories in Our World. Scandinavian. “Folkvanger” and “Volur.” (RQ 10).

Northwell Health Nurse Choir. 56th Post: Choral.

Nunes, Clara. (singer). Post 48: Music Categories in Our World. Latin & South American. “Fiera de Mangaio.” (RQ 10).

Nyro, Laura. 36th Post: Timeless Recordings from the 1950s and 1960s. “Wedding Bell Blues.”

O’Conner, Mark. Post 44. The Greatest Artists of All-Time. Member: Virtuoso Orchestra. “In the Cluster Blues.”

Olayan, Liahona (16 years old) #17. 52nd Post: American Idol “Me Too.”

Opera. 48th Post: Music Categories in Our World – European.

Otis, Johnny. 8th Post: Last Names (O & P). Willie and the Hand Jive.”

Pace, Ian. 45th Post: Pianists and keyboard players are the heart and soul of a band. “Maxim Kolomiiets.”

Page, Patti. 29th Post: M$ Records Book. “Tennessee Waltz.”

Palm Wine. Post 48: Music categories in our world – African.

Parks, Arlo (20 yrs old). 37th Post: Who are the young singers of today that will be famous in the future? “Sophie.”

Parx, Tayla (27 yrs old). Name at birth: Taylor Monet Parks. Post 37. Who are the young singers of today that will be famous in the future? “We Need to Talk.”

Patton, Charley. 46th Post: Guitarists. “Spoonful Blues.”

Luciano Pavarotti – Curtis Rich

New artists adds:

Pelekai, Ciana (20) 53rd Post: The VOICE “Dance Monkey”. RQ 10+.

Penna, Kaue (14 years old). 37th Post: Who Are the Young Singers of Today that will be Famous in the Future? “Run to You.”

Pentatonix (No1). 56th Post: A Cappella.

Perkins, Carl. Post 36. All time artists of the 1950s and 60s. “Blue Suede Shoes.”

Perlman, Itzhak. Post 44. The Greatest Artists of All-Time. Member Virtuoso Orchestra. “Beethoven’s Violin Concerto.”

Peter (Asher) and Gordon (Waller). 36th Post: Timeless Recordings 1950-1969. “A World Without Love.”

Peter Moon Band. Post: 48: Music Categories in Our World. North American – Hawaiian. “Island Cove.” (RQ 10+).

Peterson, Oscar. 45th Post: Pianists and keyboard players are the heart and soul of every band. “If You Could See Me Now.”

Phattanan, Gracy (<15 years old). 37th Post: Who are the young singers of today that will be famous in the future? “Wonderframe.”

Phillips, Esther. 36th Post: Timeless Recordings from the 1950s and 1960s. “Release Me.”

Piaf, Edith. 36th Post: Timeless Recordings. “La Vie en rose.”

Pike, Wyatt (19 years old) #5. 52nd Post: American Idol “Blame It on Me.”

Pilimehana, Na Leo. Post: 48: Music Categories in Our World. North American – Hawaiian. “I Miss You My Hawaii.” (RQ 10).

Playmates. 8th Post: Last Names (O-P). “Beep Beel.”

Polka. 48th Post: Music Categories in Our World – European.

Polyphony (No2) & Piano + 5 strings. 56th Post: Choral.

Posey, Sandy. 36th Post: Timeless Recordings from the 1950s and 1960s. “Born a Woman.”

Postmodern Jukebox. 37th Post: Who are the young singers of today that will be famous in the future? “All About the Bass.”

Powell, Jane. 36th Post: Timeless Recordings from the 1950s and 1960s. “True Love.”

Power, Lawrence. Post 44. The Greatest Artists of All-Time. “Salonen’s Pentatonic Étude.”

Price, Lloyd. 8th Post: Last Names (O-P). “Lawdy Miss Clawdy.”

Prima, Louis (& Keely Smith). 51st Post: Classics Forever. “Just a Gigolo.”

Punjabi. Post 48: Music categories in our world. Asian.

Quill. 51st Post: Classics Forever. Woodstock Festival. “Driftin.”

Rababah. Post 48: Music categories in our world – African.

Rabbone, Jordan (16 years old). Post 37: Promising Young Singers. “What About Us.”

Rafi. Post 48: Music categories in our world. Asian.

Raga Rock. Post 48: Music categories in our world. Asian.

Ramm, Lisa Marie (15 year old). Post 37: Who are the young singers of today that will be famous in the future? “Run.”

Ramsey, Mason (14 years old). 37th Post: Who are the young singers of today that will be famous in the future? “Famous.”

Ranchero. 48th Post: Music Categories in Our World – Latin and South American.

Ray, Cecil (20 years old). #24. 52nd Post: American Idol “Beyond”

Red, Kona. Post: 48: Music Categories in Our World. North American – Hawaiian. “Ho’Aikane.” (RQ 10+).

Regala, Joshua (15 yrs old). Post 37. Who are the singers of today that will be famous on the future? Duet with girlfriend (Marby). “You Are the Reason.”

Reggaeton. 48th Post: Music Categories in Our World – Latin and South American.

Little Richard – Freddie Scott

New artist adds:

Reese, Della. 36th Post: Timeless Recordings from the 1950s and 1960s. “Rhapsody in Black.”

Reggae. Post 48: Music categories in our world – Caribbean.

Regina, Elis. (singer) Post 48: Music Categories in Our World. Latin & South American. “Como Nossos Pais.” (RQ 9).

Renata & Samuel. 54th Post: Dance Types 50s & 60s The Boogie Woogie (Jungle Jive).

Renay, Diane. 36th Post: Timeless Recordings from the 1950s and 1960s. “Navy Blue.”

Renee, Pia (37) 53rd Post: The VOICE “Master Blaster” RQ 10+.

Reynolds, Debbie. 36th Post: Timeless Recordings from the 1950s and 1960s. “Tammy.”

Reichel, Keal’l. Post: 48: Music Categories in Our World. North American – Hawaiian. “EoMai.” (RQ 10).

Rial, Carolina (17) 53rd Post: The VOICE “Stay With Me”. RQ 10. Coach John.

RIAS Kammerchor (No9) & Two Strings. 56th Post: Choral.

RJ & The Del Guapos. 54th Post: Dance Types 50s & 60s: The Shake.

Robbins, Marty. 51st Post: Classics Forever. “El Paso.”

Roberson, Avery (20) 53rd Post: The VOICE “If Your Reafing This” RQ 10. Coach Blake.

Rock and Roll – Rockabilly. Post 48: Music Categories in Our World – North American.

Rockapella (No9). 56th Post: A Capella.

Rocksteady. Post 48: Music categories in our world – Caribbean.

Rodgers, Eilene. 36th Post: Timeless Recordings from the 1950s and 1960s. “Miracle of Love.”

Rogers, Ginger. 54th Post: Dance in the 50s-60s.

Romoe, Zae (21) 53rd Post: The VOICE “Falling”. RQ 9. Coach Nick.

Rosalita, Peter (10 years old). 37th Post: Young Singers. “All By Myself”

Royal, Billy Joe. 51st Post: Classics Forever. “Down in the Boondocks.”

Royal Concertgebouw. Post 44: Lets Give Credit to the Greatest. Mariss Jansons. “La Mer.”

Rubin, Carter (14 years old). 37th Post: Who Are the Young Singers of Today that Will Be Famous Tomorrow? “Before You Go.”

Rudess, Jordan. 45th Post: Piano and keyboard players are the heart and soul of a band. “Live at Budukan.”

Ruffin, Jimmy and David. 11th Post: Last Names (R, continued). “When My Love Hand Comes Down.”

Rush. 11th Post: Last Names (R, continued). “Working Man.”

Russell, Leon. Post 48: Music Categories in Our World. North American – Hawaiian. “Back to the Island.” (RQ 10).

Rusu, Rianna (15 years old). 37th Post: Young Singers. “And I’m Telling You.” 2021 Romania Kids Talent Show.

Rydell, Bobby. 11th Post: Last Names (R, continued). “Volare.”

Sabastian, John B. 51st Post: Classics Forever. Woodstock Festival.

Sabicas. Post 48: Music categories in our world. European flamenco guitar. “Fantasia.” Also, Post 46: Guitar Players.

Sadler, Barry. 50th Post: Diamonds in the Rough. “The Ballad of the Green Berets.”

Safka, Melanie. 51st Post: Classics Forever. Woodstock Festival. “Lay Down.”

Sagittarius. 14th Post: Last Names (S). “My World Fell Down.

Sakantas, Matas (<15 years old). 37th Post: Who are the young singers of today that will be famous in the future? “New Rules.”

Salsa. Post 48: Music categories in our world – Caribbean.

Samba. 48th Post: Music Categories in Our World – Latin and South American.

Sandoval, Arturo. Greatest Artists of All-Time. Member: Virtuoso Orchestra. “Funky Cha Cha.”

Sangalo, Ivete. (singer). Post 48: Music Categories in Our World. Latin & South American. “O Mundo Vai.” (RQ 10+).

Santana. 51st Post: Classics Forever. Woodstock Festival. “Evil Ways.”

Scott, Linda. 36th Post: Timeless Recordings from the 1950s and 1960s. “I’ve Told Every Little Star.”

Pete Seeger – Edwin Starr

New artist adds:

Sayaque, Rebecca. (10 yrs old) Post 37. Who are the young singers of today that will be famous in the future? “You Raise Me Up.”

Schoenburg, Arnold Choir (No19. 56th Post: Choral.

Schubert, Franz. Post 44: Lets Give Credit to the Greatest. “Ave Maria.”

Schumann, Clara. Post 44: Lets Give Credit to the Greatest. “Complete Piano Works.”

Sedaka, Neil. Post 36. All time artists of the 1950s and 1960s. Neil recorded ten number one songs.

Serenko, Joanna (18 years old). 37th Post: Who are the young singers of today that will be famous in the future? “Lean on Me.”

Sgouros, Dimitris. 45th Post: Pianists and keyboard players are the heart and soul of a band. “Liszt-Etudes Nos 1 & 2.”

Shaabi. Post 48: Music categories in our world – African.

Sha Na Na. 51st Post: Classics Forever. Woodstock Frstival. “Duke of Earl.”

Shankar, Ravi. 51st Post: Classics Forever. Woodstock Testival. Tabla Solo In I

Sharp, Dee Dee. 36th Post: Timeless Recordings from the 1950s and 1960s. “MashedPotatoes.”

Sheldon, Blake, Coach 53rd Post: The VOICE Biography.

Shep and the Limelites. 14th Post: Last Names (S). “Daddys Home.”

Shepard, Jean. 36th Post: Timeless Recordings from the 1950s and 1960s. “Second Fiddle to an Old Guitar.”

Shore, Dinah. 36th Post: Timeless Recordings from the 1950s and 1960s. “Blues in the Night.”

Shorr, Daria. Post 44. Greatest Artists of All-Time. “Siberia.”

Simioni, Marina. (29 years old). Post 37: Promising Young Singers. “Team.”

Simone, Nina. 36th Post: Timeless Recordings from the 1950s and 1960s. “I Loves You Porgy.”

Simpson, Cody (23 years old). 37th Post: Who are the young singers of today that will be famous in the future? “Golden Thing.”

Sinatra, Frank. 29th Post: M$ Records Book. “Young at Heart.”

Sinatra, Nancy. 36th Post: Timeless Recordings from the 1950s and 1960s. “These Boots Are Made for Walkin.”

Sinclair, Bradley 53rd Post: The VOICE “You Say You Won’t Let Go” RQ 10. Coach Nick.z

Ska. Post 48: Music categories in our world – Caribbean.

Skomorokhova, Taisiya (8 yrs old). Post 37. Today’s young singers with potential to be famous in the future. 2020 Russia’s Voice for Kids finalist. “Goomba Boomba.”

Small Faces. 36th Post: Timeless Recordings from the 1950s and 1960s. “Itchycoo Park.”

Smith, Connie. 36th Post: Timeless Recordings from the 1950s and 1960s. “Once a Day.”

Smith, Keely. 36th Post: Timeless Recordings from the 1950s and 1960s. “That Old Black Magic.”

Soca. Post 48: Music categories in our world – Caribbean.

Soloman, Victor (22) 53rd Post: The VOICE “Glory”. RQ 10. Coach John.

Somali Jazz. Post 48: Music categories in our world – African.

Sommer, Bert. 51st Post: Classics Forever. Woodstock Festival. “She’s Gone.”

Sophie, Alanis (19 Years old) #10. 52nd Post: American Idol “Uninvited.”

Spence, Willie (21 years old) #13. 52nd Post: American Idol “I Was Here.”

Spiral Starecase. 36th Post: Timeless Recordings from the 1950s and 1960s. “More Today than Yesterday.”

Springfield, Dusty. 36th Post: Timeless Recordings from the 1950s and 1960s. “You Don’t Have to Say You Love Me.”

Staatskapelle Dresdin. Post 44: Lets Give Credit to the Greatest. Nikolaj Znaider. “Symphony No2.”

Stafford, Jo. 36th Post: Timeless Recordings from the 1950s and 1960s. “You Belong to Me.”

Ringo Starr – The Box Tops

New artist adds:

Starr, Kay. 36th Post: Timeless Recordings from the 1950s and 1960s. “Wheel of Fortune.”

Steel Pan. Post 48: Music categories in our world – Caribbean.

Stefani, Gwen. 42nd Post: Music categories in our world. Caribbean Ska “Sunday Morning.”

Steinfeld, Hailee (23 yrs old). Post 37. Who are the singers of today that will be famous on the future? Already a famous singer (“Love Myself”) and actor.

Stern, Raine (22) 53rd Post: The VOICE “Electric Feel.” Coach Nick

Stevens, Connie. 36th Post: Timeless Recordings from the 1950s and 1960s. “Sixteen Reasons.”

Stevens C, Dodie. 36th Post: Timeless Recordings from the 1950s and 1960s. 29th Post: M$ Records Book. “Pink Shoe Laces.”

Stevens, Ray. 51st Post: Classics Forever. “Everything Thing is Beautiful.”

Stile Antico (No18). 56th Post: Choral.

Storm, Gayle. 36th Post: Timeless Recordings from the 1950s and 1960s. “I Hear You Knocking.”

St. Paul’s Cathedral, England (20 singers). 56th Post: Choral.

Straight No Chaser (No10). 56th Post: A Cappella.

Street Corner Symphony (No21). 56th Post: A Cappella.

Streisand, Barbara. 36th Post: Timeless Recordings from the 1950s and 1960s. Five No1 recordings including: “ The Way We Were.”

Strozzi, Barbara. Post 44: Lets Give Credit to the Greatest. “Sino Alla Morte.”

Swann, Bettye. 36th Post: Timeless Recordings from the 1950s and 1960s. “Make Me Yours.”

Swedish Radio (No10). 56th Post: Choral.

Sweetwater. 51st Post: Classics Forever. Woodstock Festival. “Oh Happy Day.”

Swing. Post 48: Music Categories in Our World – North American.

Swingle Singers (No2). 56th Post: A Cappella.

The Bryds – The Four Aces

New artist adds:

Tabernacle Choir. 56th Post: Choral

Take 6 (No6). 56th Post: A Capella.

Tango. 48th Post: Music Categories in Our World – Latin and South American.

Tatum, Art. 45th Post: Pianists and keyboard players are the heart and soul of every band. “The Best of Art Tatum.”

Tchaikovsky, Pyotr. Post 44: Lets Give Credit to the Greatest. “Swan Lake.”

Ten Years After. 51st Post: Classics Forever. Woodstock Festival. “I’m Going

Thabelo, Nachdem. Post 37: Young Singers. “Halo.”

The American Breed. Post 36: Timeless Recordings from the 1950s and 1966s. “Bend Me Shape Me.”

The Big Bopper. 51st Post: Classics Forever. “Chantilly Lace.”

The Browns. 12th Post: Last Names (A-D). “The Three Bells.”

The Capitals. 36th Post: Timeless Recordings from the 1950s and 1960s. “Cool Jerk.”

The Cardinals Musick (No3). 56th Post: Choral.

The Chad Mitchell Trio. 51st Post: Classics Forever. “The Marvelous Toy.”

The Champs. 35th Post: 1950’s and 60’s “One Hit Wonders.” “Tequila.”

The Chiffons. 51st Post: Classics Forever. He’s So Fine.”

The Chordettes. 51st Post: Classics Forever. “Mr. Sandman.”

The Clovers. 51st Post: Classics Forever. “Love Potion No9.”

The Contours. 36th Post: Timeless Recordings from the 1950s and 1960s. “Do You Love Me.”

The Crew-Cuts. 51st Post: Classics Forever. “Sh-Boom.”

The Critters. 51st Post: Classics Forever. “Mr. Dieingly Sad.”

The Delphonics. 51st Post: Classics Forever. “La La Means that I Love You.”

The Diamonds. 54th Post: Dance Types 50s & 60s The Stroll.

The Dunedin Consort (No11) & Orchestra. 56th Post: Choral.

The Elegants. 35th Post: One Hit Wonders. “Little Star.”

The Essex. 1st Post: Last Names (E & F). “Easier Said Than Done

The Exciters. 36th Post: Timeless Recordings. “Tell Him.”

The Fascinators. 1st Post: Last Names (E-F). “Oh Rosemarie.”

The Five Satins. 36th Post: Timeless Recordings from the 1950s and 1960s. “In the Still of the Night.”

The Four Aces. 1st Post: Last Names (E & F). “Love is a Many Splendored Thing.”

The Guess Who. 51st Post: Classics Forever. “These Eyes” and “No Time.”

The Four Seasons – The Orioles

New artist adds:

The Happenings. 51st Post: Classics Forever.“Goodnight My Love” & “See You in September”

The Idea of North (No17). 56th Post: Choral.

The Impalas. 35th Post: 1950’s and 60’s “One Hit Wonders.” “Sorry.”

The Ink Spots. 51st Post: Classics Forever. Seven No1s including “To Each His Own.”

The King’s Singers (No5). 56th Post: A Capella

The Knickerbockers. 36th Post: Timeless Recordings from the 1950s and 1960s. “Lies.”

The Left Banke. 36th Post: Timeless Recordings from the 1950s and 1960s. “Walk Away Renee.”

The Lettermen. 36th Post: Timeless Recordings from the 1950s and 1960s. “When I Fall in Love.”

The Monotones. 35th Post: 1950’s and 60’s One Hit Wonders. “Book of Love.”

The Orions. 54th Post: Dance Types 50s & 60s: The Wah Watusi.

The Orions – The Turtles

New artist adds:

The Penguins. 35th Post: One Hit Wonders. “Earth Angel.”

The Philharmonic (No8). 56th Post: A Capella.

The Platters. Post 36. Timeless recordings of the 1950s and 60s. “Smoke Gets Into Your Eyes.”

The Poni-Tails. Post 35: One Hit Wonders. “Born Too Late.”

The Puppini Sisters (No15). 56th Post: A Cappella.

The Ramrods. 10th Post: Last Names (R, continued). “Ghost Riders in the Sky.”

The Real Group (No4). 56th Post: A Cappella.

The Rip Chords. 35th Post: One Hit Wonders. “Hey Little Cobra.”

The Ronettes. 51st Post: Classics Forever. “Be My Baby.”

The Royal Jesters. Post 16: Last Names (T). “We Go Together.”

The Tallis Scholars (No13). 56th Post: Choral.

The Teddy Bears (and Phil Spector with Annette Kleinbard, lead singer). Post 35. 1950’s and 60’s One Hit Wonders. “To Know Him Is To Love Him” sold 2.5M records in 1958!

The Tremelos. Post 36: Timeless Recordings from the 1950s and 1960s. “Silence is Golden.”

The Seeds. Post 36. Timeless Recordings of the 1950s and 60s. “Pushin To Hard.”

The Silhouettes. 35th Post: 1950’s and 60’s One Hit Wonders. “Get a Job.”

The Sixteen (No4). 56th Post: Choral.

The Tonettes. 51st Post: Classics Forever. “O What a Baby.”

The Turbans. 16th Post: Last Names (T). “When You Dance.”

The Ventures – Grace Vanderwall

New artist adds:

The Voca People (No18). 56 Post: Choral.

The Vogues. 36th Post: Timeless Recordings from the 1950s and 1960s. “Turn Around, Look at Me.”

Thile, Christopher Scott. Greatest Artists of All-Time. Member: Virtuoso Orchestra. “Bach: Sonata No. 1 in G Minor.”

Timmons, Courtney. Post 50. Diamonds in the Rough. “Soulmate” duet with Billy Walker.

Thomas, Carla. 36th Post: Timeless Recordings from the 1950s and 1960s. “Gee Whiz.”

Thomas, Irma. 36th Post: Timeless Recordings from the 1950s and 1960s. “Wish Someone Would Care.”

Thompson, Ayoni (20 yrs old). Who are the young singers of today that will be famous in the future? “Wife You Up.”

Thompson, Hank. 16th Post: Last Names (T). “The Wild Side

Thompson, Sue. 36th Post: Timeless Recordings from the 1950s and 1960s. “Norman.”

Thunemann, Klaus. Post 44. Greatest Artists of All-Time. Member: Virtuoso Orchestra. “(8) Vivaldi Bassoon Concertos.”

Tilghman, Todd (42 yrs old). Post 37. Who are the young singers of today that will be famous in the future? “We’ve Got Tonight.”

Tjano. Post 48: Music Categories in Our World – North American.

Toaopoba, Koncnr (9). Post 37: Young Singers. “Listen.”

Toofani, Amin. 46th Post: Guitarists. “Gratitude.”

Trance. 48th Post: Music Categories in Our World – European.

Trinity College – Cambridge (No26). 56th Post: Choral.

Tsybuleva, Anna. Post 44: Lets Give Credit to the Greatest. Won the Leeds in 2015. Saint Saens: “Etude en forme valse.”

Twitty, Conway. 16th Post: Last Names (T). “Its Only Make Believe.”

Turner, Big Joe. 16th Post: Last Names (T). “Shake, Raddle and Roll.”

Tylsar, Zdenek. Post 44. Greatest Artists of All-Time. Member: Virtuoso Orchestra. “Mozart’s Mambo.”

UMI. Name at birth: Tierra Umi Wilson (21 yrs old). Post 37. Who are the young singers of today that will be famous in the future? “Remember Me.”

Valens, Ritchie. Born Richard Steven Valenzula. 51st Post: Classics Forever. “LaBamba.”

Vallenatto. 48th Post: Music Categories in Our World – Latin and South American.

Valles, Andrea (23 years old) #23. 52nd Post: American Idol “Blinding Lights.”

Valli, June. 36th Post: Timeless Recordings from the 1950s and 1960s. “Crying in the Chapel.”

Angie Vasquez – Howlin Wolf

New artist adds:

Vaughn, Sarah. 36th Post: Timeless Recordings from the 1950s and 1960s. “If You Could See Me Now.”

Vee, Bobby. 36th Post: Timeless Recordings from the 1950s and 1960s. “Take Good Care of My Baby.”

Vidharshi, Shamaiah (<15 years old). 37th Post: Who are the young singers of today that will be famous in the future? “Cups.”

Vienna Philharmonk. Post 44: Lets Give Credit to the Greatest. Andres Orozco. “Neujahrskonzert Wien.”

Vincent, Gene & His Blue Caps. 54th Post: Dance Types 50s & 60s The Bop.

Vinton, Bobby. Post 36. Timeless Recordings from the 1950s and 60s. Number ones: “Blue Velvet,” “There I’ve Said It Again” and “Mr. Lonely.”

Vivaldi, Antonio. Post 44: Lets Give Credit to the Greatest. “Four Seasons.”

Vocal Point (No13). 56th Post: A Cappella.

Voice Male (No23). 56th Post: A Cappella

Voice Play (No11). 56th Post: A Cappella.

von Bingen, Hildegard. Post 44: Lets Give Credit to the Greatest. “Canticles of Ecstasy.”

V-Pop. Post 48: Music categories in our world. Asian.

Wakeman, Rick. 45th Post: Piano and keyboard players are the heart and soul of a band. Yes. “Unnamed solo.”

Wallace, Jerry. 21st Post: Last Names (V-W). “If You Leave Me Tonight I’ll Cry.”

Wang, Yuja. 45th Post: Pianists, the heart and soul of a band. “Shubert/Liszt, etc.”

Ward, Corey (34) 53rd Post: The VOICE “Dancing on My Own.” Coach Kelly

Ward, Robin. 35th Post: One Hit Wonders of the 1950s and 1960s. “Wonderful Summer.”

Ward, Sammy “Singing,” 35th Post: 1950’s and 60’s One Hit Wonder. “Who’s the Fool?”

Warren, Deion (28) 53rd Post: The VOICE “Shallow”. RQ 10.

Warrior, Jason (25 years old) #18. 52nd Post: American Idol “Believer.”

Warwick, Dionne. 36th Post: Timeless Recordings from the 1950s and 1960s. “I Say a Little Prayer.”

Washington, Baby (Justine), 36th Post: Timeless Recordings from the 1950s and 1960s. “Only Those in Love.”

Watkins, Madison (25 years old) #14. 52nd Post: American Idol “It’s a Man’s World.”

Watson, Doc. 46th Post: Guitar Players. “Bonaparte’s Retreat.”

Watson, Gene. 21st Post: Last Names (V & W). “The Old Man and His Horn.”

We Five. 51st Post: Classics Forever. “You Were on My Mind.”

Wehbe, Carla (27 years old). 37th Post: Who are the young singers of today that will be famous in the future? “Stay.”

Welk, Lawrence. 54th Post: Dance Types 50s & 60s: The Chicken.

Wells Cathedral (No6) (18 children). 56th Post: Choral.

Wells, Kitty. 36th Post: Timeless Recordings from the 1950s and 1960s. “Makin Believe.”

West, Dottie. 36th Post: Timeless Recordings from the 1950s and 1960s. “Here Comes My Baby.”

Westminster Abby (No16). 56th Post: Chorus.

Wheeler, Kenzie (22) 53rd Post: The VOICE “Don’t Close Your Eyes” RQ 10+.

Whitaker, Matthew. 45th Post: Pianists and keyboard players are the heart and soul of every band. “Live Session for Jazz FM.” And, Post 44. Greatest Artists of All Time. Member: Virtuoso Orchestra.

Whitman, Slim. 36th Post: Timeless Recordings from the 1950s and 1960s. “Indian Love Call.”

Williams, Billy. 21st Post: Last Names (V-W). “I’m Gonna Sit Right Down.

Williams, Mason. 46th Post: Guitar Players. “Classical Gas.”

Williams, Roger. 45th Post: Pianists and Keyboard Players. “Autumn Leaves” and “Born Free.”

Willis, Sarah. Post 44. Greatest Artists of All-Time. Member: Virtuoso Orchestra. “Mozart’s Mambo.”

Winter, Johnny. 51st Post: Classics Forever. Woodstock Festival. “I Can’t Stand It.”

Bobby Womack – Frank Zappa

New artist adds:

Witloof Bay (No25). 56th Post: A Cappella.

Woods, Savanna (26) 53rd Post: The VOICE “Zombie”. RQ 9.

Worrell, Bernie. 45th Post: Pianists and keyboard players are the heart and soul of every band. “Minimoug synthesizer.”

Wray, Alyssn (18 years old) #6. 52nd Post: American Idol “I’m Here.”

Wright, Betty. 21st Post: Last Names (V & W). “Secretary.”

Wright, Charles. 21st Post: Last Named (V & W). “Love Land.”

Wright, Richard. 45th Post: Piano and keyboard players are the heart and soul of a band. Pink Floyd. “Fat Old Son.”

Wynette, Tammy, 36th Post: Timeless Recordings from the 1950s and 1960s. “Stand By Your Man.”

Yarbough, Glenn. 51st Post: Classics Forever. “Baby the Rain Must Fall.”

Young, Jordan Matthew (34) 53rd Post: The VOICE “I’m No Stranger to the Rain” RQ 10+.

Young, Kathy. 35th Post: One Hit Wonders. “A Thousand Stars.”

Young, Mary Jo (19 years old) #15. 52nd Post: American Idol “Us.”

Yuro, Timi. 36th Post: Timeless Hit Wonders of the Recordings from the 1950s and 1960s. “I’m So Hurt.”

Zagar & Evans. 35th Post: One Hit Wonders of the 1950 and 1960s. “In the Year 2525.”

Zakharova, Maria (10 yrs old). Post 37. Who are the singers of today that will be famous on the future? “Still Loving You.”

Zoe, Gihanna (17) 53rd Post: The VOICE “She Used to Be Mine” RQ 10. Coach Kelly.

Zouk. Post 48: Music categories in our world – Caribbean.

Zydeco. Post 48: Music Categories in Our World – North American.