Bjork. Bjork, one of Iceland's most famous musicians, wore a dress that looked like a swan to the 2000 Oscar Awards Ceremony.
Minutemen. "Double Nickels On the Dime" was a humorous response to Sammy Hagar's "I Can't Drive 55".
Carly Simon. Carly Simon's father, Richard Simon, co-founded the Simon and Schuster publishing company.
Owen Morris. Both "Definitely Maybe" and "What's the Story Morning Glory" were co-produced by Noel Gallagher and Owen Morris.
Green Day. In 1988 Green Day was formed by Billie Joe Armstrong and Mike Dirnt, along with Al Sobrante (who left soon after that).
Captain Fantastic. Bernie Taupin penned the lyrics for Elton John's "Captain Fantastic", which described their struggling years.
Smashing Pumpkins. The Smashing Pumpkins are said to be from Chicago, although one member of the band hails from Michigan.
Raise Vibration. "Raise Vibration" is the eleventh studio album by Lenny Kravitz.
Worst Behavior. The music video for "Worst Behavior" features cameo appearances by Turk, Juicy J, Project Pat and Drake's father, Dennis Graham.
Kendrick Lamar. Kendrick Lamar also won Lyricist of the Year in both the 2012 and 2013 BET Hip Hop Awards.
Sly And The Family Stone. Sly and the Family Stone sang the classic "Everyday People".
Liverpool. John Lennon Airport is located in Liverpool.
In A Cabin. The song "Rosa Lee McFall" appears on the Grateful Dead's album "Reckoning".
Changed His Name To A Symbol. Prince changed his name to a symbol in 1993 because he felt Warner Bros. Records had taken advantage of his name.
Thom Yorke. Thom Yorke has car phobia due to a car accident in 1987 in which his girlfriend got whiplash.
Caesar & Cleo. As Caesar & Cleo, Sonny and Cher cut the records "The Letter", "Love Is Strange" and "Do You Wanna Dance".
Lego Rock Band. Pink's single "So What" was recorded partly in Los Angeles and partly in Stockholm, Sweden.
Kathy Mathea. Kathy Mathea sings the song "Clown In Your Rodeo".
Know The Ledge. Tupac Shakur got the role of Bishop in "Juice" over Anthony "Treach" Criss, who got a cameo after he threw a chair during his audition.
Houses Of The Holy. The cover art for Led Zeppelin's "Houses of The Holy" was inspired by Arthur Clarke's "Childhood's End".