Alicia Keys. Alicia Keys won the award for "You Don't Know My Name".
Room to Breathe. The singles "Cold Night" and "Room to Breathe" are off You Me at Six's fourth full length album "Cavalier Youth".
Shrimp Boat Sound. "Shrimp Boat Sound" is Jimmy Buffett's little white shack located on the bay.
Jennifer Ashley. The first release in the Dave Matthews Band series of live albums was "Live at Luther College".
Lucy In The Sky With Diamonds. Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds was inspired by a drawing that John Lennon's son Julian drew in school.
Jagger And Richards. The Soup Dragons was named for a character in a 1970's British children's show, "The Clangers".
Karate Chop (Remix). Lil Wayne's verse on "Karate Chop (Remix)" features a lyric referencing murdered African-American teenager Emmett Till.
Pink. In November 2011, the song "Perfect" by Pink garnered a Grammy Award nomination for Best Pop Solo Performance.
311. In 1990 and 1991, 311 released three records on their own independent record label, What Have You Records.
Paparazzi. The music video for Lady Gaga's "Telephone" is over 9 minutes long, despite the song having a duration of only 3:41.
Emmylou Harris. Emmylou took it to #1; Patsy's version only made it to #2.
Somewhere Between Heaven And Hell. Somewhere Between Heaven And Hell was Social Distortion's last album with drummer Christopher Reece.
Tracy Marrow. Ice-T appears as Detective Fin Tutuola in the television series "Law and Order: Special Victims Unit".
Too $hort. The East Coast version of Chris Brown's 2013 song "Loyal" features Lil Wayne and French Montana.
Garbage. Garbage's newest album, "Bleed Like Me", was released on April 11, 2005.
La Boheme. Rent pays tribute in the song "La Vie Boheme".
John Lennon. John Lennon was shot 6 times on December 8, 1980 by Mark Chapman.
Can't Hardly Wait. The Replacements are also called "The Mats", after someone who did not like the band called them "The Placemats".
Freewheelin'. Bob Dylan's "Blowin' In The Wind" has been covered by a wide range of artists.
Eddie Vedder. Pearl Jam was founded in Seattle, Washington in 1990.