More information: The lawsuit of Kesha v. Dr. Luke began in 2014 with Luke filing charges of defamation and breach of contract against Kesha, and Kesha and her mother countersuing for sexual harassment, emotional distress, etc. As of the beginning of 2019 the case is yet to be resolved.
Answer: The Beatles
More information: Along with John Lennon, Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr, George Harrison was one of the four Beatles. He was often referred to as "the quiet Beatle".
Answer: Phil Collins
More information: The most notable track on Urban Renewal, a tribute album to Phil Collins, was Brandy and Ray J's rendition of "Another Day in Paradise".
Answer: Run DMC
More information: Aerosmith and Run DMC's 1986 hit "Walk This Way" is considered to be the song which officially introduced White audiences to rap music, which is one of the reasons why both groups currently reside in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.
Answer: Carl Perkins
More information: Carl Perkins was born in 1932. His most well known song is "Blue Suede Shoes", but is also known for "Match Box" and "Honey Don't".
Answer: When Dove's Cry
More information: Prince, full name Prince Rogers Nelson, was an American singer-songwriter.
Answer: Bruce Springsteen
More information: Bruce "the boss" Springsteen is most-widely known for his 1984 classic "Born in the U.S.A.".
Answer: Paul McCartney
More information: The only duet featured on the entirety of "Thriller" is Jackson's classic duet with Paul McCartney on the song "The Girl Is Mine".
Answer: Guns N' Roses
More information: Guns N' Roses hit the music scene in 1987 with their debut album "Appetite for Destruction" which eventually hit number-one on the Billboard 200, albeit a year after its release.