Joan Baez is a folk singer known for her political activism as well as her interpretations of songs by popular artists across all genres.
The vocal jazz singer has released four albums for Verve including ‘Worrisome Heart’, ‘My One and Only Thrill’, ‘The Absence’, and ‘Currency Of Man’.
The late R&B singer was famous for her five-octave coloratura soprano range as well as the 1975 single 'Lovin' You.'
The Nashville singer-songwriter coined the term folkabilly to refer to her music, regularly performs with her band The Blue Moon Orchestra, and is best known for songs like 'From a Distance'
The Stockholm pop singer-songwriter has flouted genre and convention throughout her fascinating career.
The Trinidadian rapper and singer is one of the biggest stars in hip-hop, with a career that's shaped rap and pop during the 2010s.
Nina Simone was one of the most influential and acclaimed artists in soul and R&B and was equally acclaimed for her civil rights activism.
The Grammy-winning jazz singer, songwriter, and pianist has sold more than 50 million albums worldwide.
The country singer-songwriter from McAlester, Oklahoma is often referred to as "The Queen of Country."
Rihanna is one of the most famous and successful pop artists of the 21st century, with critically acclaimed albums and massive hit singles.
Julie London was a US singer who released jazz albums throughout the 1950s and 1960s while also maintaining a successful acting career.
Joss Stone is a Grammy-nominated British R&B singer-songwriter who became the youngest female British singer to top the UK Albums chart.
Joni Mitchell is one of the most beloved singer-songwriters of the last century, with a catalogue of classic albums and unforgettable songs.
The Grammy-winning singer and songwriter has built a successful career on making critically and commercially beloved music across genres.
The Grammy-winning rock singer-songwriter from Brooklyn, New York is known for her powerful, hard-charging hit singles.
Patsy Cline was one of the most influential artists in country music, known for crossing over into pop as well as numerous classic hit singles.