James Paul McCartney. Paul McCartney was born in 1942 in Liverpool, England.
8 Diagrams. 2007's "8 Diagrams" was the first Wu-Tang Clan album since 2001's "Iron Flag".
Richard Nixon. Richard Nixon was the 37th President of the United States.
Marvin Gaye & Tammi Terrell. Ain't No Mountain High Enough peaked at #3 on the U.S. R&B chart.
The Doors. Robby Krieger of The Doors wrote some of the band's most recognizable songs, including "Light My Fire".
When Doves Cry. "When Doves Cry" hit #1 on the Billboard Hot 100 in 1984, one of three top 2 hits for Prince that year.
John Johansen. John Johansen played lead while Chris and Pete were rhythm players.
Father McKenzie. Instead of the Beatles, a string octet with four violins, two cellos and two violas played on their song "Eleanor Rigby".
The Notorious B.I.G.. Notorious B.I.G. married Faith Evans nine days after the two met.
Canada. Justin Bieber was born on March 1, 1994 in London, Ontario, Canada and was raised in nearby Stratford.
The Sons Of The Pioneers. The Sons of the Pioneers had many hits, including "Cool Water".
I Can't Stand Still. "I Can't Stand Still" is the name of both a single and an album by Don Henley.
Eddy Arnold. The "Tennessee Plowboy" Eddy Arnold won the first two CMA Entertainer of the Year Awards.
Joywave. Big Data's "Dangerous" peaked at number two on the Billboard Alternative Songs chart in August 2014.
Paris. Jim Morrison was also buried in Paris.
Umbrella. In the video for "Umbrella", Rihanna starts dancing with water splashing against her, but she doesn't get wet.
Stay High. The song "Habits" by Tove Lo is featured on her debut EP "Truth Serum", as well as her debut album "Queen of the Clouds".
Hyman. Joey Ramone was from Flushing, New York.
Justin Timberlake. Justin Timberlake was born in Memphis, Tennessee to Randall Timberlake and Lynn Harless.
The Earwigs. Alice Cooper's 2002 CD was distributed exclusively through his website.