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  • Atlanta Rhythm Section

    (118,422 listeners)

    southern rock, classic rock, 70s, rock

    Atlanta Rhythm Section, sometimes abbreviated ARS, is an American rock band from the South The band unofficially formed in 1970 as former members of the Candymen and the Classics IV became the session band for the newly opened Studio One in Doraville, Georgia, near Atlanta.

  • Black Diamond

    (3,409 listeners)

    heavy metal, blues, dance, power metal

    Several artists use the alias Black Diamond: 1. Japanese girl group and gyaru unit Black Diamond, who make electropop and dance pop and try to spread their love of kurogal fashion across the world. Singles include "Crazy Tribe (feat. Hayato)", "Persona", and "Avant Gyarude". Their main vocalist is Pomitan.

  • Bomshel

    (43,717 listeners)

    country, female vocalists, country duet, female country

    Kelley and Kristy are musical counterparts and best friends. The girls had their first serendipitous meeting at a show in Michigan. Kristy describes it as, "The first time I got nervous to follow another artist on stage was after seeing Kelley perform. She doesn't just stand there and hold a microphone, she entertains her audience and puts on a SHOW."

  • Colt Ford

    (66,080 listeners)

    country, country rap, colt ford, hick hop

    Take Kid Rock, Hank Williams Jr and Toby Keith, mix with a little "Dirty South" rap influence, and what you get is Colt Ford, former golf pro-turned-country music's first legitimate rap star.

  • Darius Rucker

    (382,359 listeners)

    country, rock, new country, pop

    Darius Rucker (born May 13, 1966 in Charleston, South Carolina) is the lead singer and rhythm guitarist of the American rock band Hootie & the Blowfish, of which he has been a member since the band's inception in 1989.

  • Green River Ordinance

    (59,273 listeners)

    alternative rock, rock, alternative, texas

    We are Green River Ordinance: Josh Jenkins (vocals, acoustic) Jamey Ice (lead guitar) Joshua Wilkerson (electric guitar) Geoff Ice (bass) Denton Hunker (drums) GRO, from Ft. Worth, Texas delivers a raucous blend of acoustic-driven power-pop rock that, while changing often in tempo and timbre, never sounds anything less than pristine, dynamic, smart, and uniquely Green River Ordinance.

  • Ides of March

    (9,135 listeners)

    post-punk, classic rock, new wave, deathcore

    1) Were a Swindon, UK post-punk band active in the late 1980's, releasing two singles on RS Records, both in 1986, a 7" and a 12" respectively. A contemporary magazine, Melody Maker described them as 'The Cure meets The Cult'. Another magazine, Sounds, wrote: '...a cracking rock band in the rugged tense mode of Killing Joke and New Model Army'.

  • Love and Theft

    (133,050 listeners)

    country, modern country, new country, american

    Love and Theft is a bit different from the group that scored a Top 10 hit two years ago with “Runaway.” But the changes that have affected the group—most notably, signing with RCA Records and downsizing to a duo—have actually brought Love and Theft closer to what it originally set out to be: a band that writes, records and performs honest, soulful country music.

  • Pat Benatar

    (641,417 listeners)

    80s, rock, female vocalists, classic rock

    Pat Benatar is a four-time Grammy winning musician with six platinum and four gold albums to her credit. Singing such hit singles as "I Need a Lover", "Heartbreaker", "Fire and Ice", "Treat Me Right", "Hit Me with Your Best Shot", "Hell Is for Children", "Shadows of the Night", and "Love Is a Battlefield", Benatar is acknowledged as one of the leading female rock vocalists in the industry.

  • REO Speedwagon

    (648,606 listeners)

    classic rock, rock, 80s, soft rock

    REO Speedwagon is an American rock band that grew in popularity in the Midwestern United States during the 1970s and peaked in the early 1980s as one of America’s most popular arena rock bands at this time.

  • Ryan Cabrera

    (247,278 listeners)

    pop, pop rock, singer-songwriter, acoustic

    Ryan Frank Cabrera (born July 18, 1982) is an American musician. Cabrera was born in Dallas, Texas to a Colombian father and an American mother.

  • Sugarland

    (512,452 listeners)

    country, sugarland, female vocalists, new country

    Sugarland is an Atlanta, Georgia country music duo composed of singer-songwriters Jennifer Nettles (lead vocals) and Kristian Bush (background vocals, lead vocals, mandolin, acoustic guitar). Sugarland was founded in 2003 by Bush and Kristen Hall (acoustic guitar, background vocals), and became a trio when Jennifer Nettles was brought in as lead singer.

  • The Buckinghams

    (47,914 listeners)

    60s, oldies, rock, pop

    If everyone on the northwest side of Chicago who claims to have hung out with the Buckinghams during their heyday had faithfully bought all their releases, the rock group might have sold more records than the Beatles.

  • Vanilla Ice

    (423,617 listeners)

    rap, hip-hop, 90s, hip hop

    Robert Matthew Van Winkle (born October 31, 1967), best known by his stage name Vanilla Ice, is an American rapper.

  • Whitney Duncan

    (40,419 listeners)

    country, female vocalists, pop, country pop

    For Whitney Duncan, it's always been about the right relationships. They helped shape her as a young girl nurturing her passion for music in a small Tennessee town. They were there to support her efforts to break into the upper reaches of the music business as a teenager. And, not long ago, when her path seemed uncertain, she knew she would find them again.