Answer: Led Zeppelin
More information: In 1968 the New Yardbirds changed their name to Led Zeppelin, partially due to a copyright dispute with the Yardbirds former bassist.
Answer: Marvin Gaye
Answer: The Rolling Stones
Answer: Nine Inch Nails
More information: Although he didn't think much of it when renting the place, later Nine Inch Nails' frontman Trent Reznor felt regret for renting the home where Charles Manson and his followers committed the Tate murders in 1969. The Nine Inch Nails recorded most of their 1994 album The Downward Spiral there.
Answer: The Beatles
More information: The Beatles actually possessed all top-5 positions on the Billboard Hot 100 for the week dated 4 April 1964.
More information: According to the Chainsmokers', their hit "Closer" with Halsey was inspired by Blink-182's "I Miss You" (2004), with Halsey actually giving a shoutout to Blink-during the lyrics of the song.
Answer: Ed Sheeran
More information: The highly-successful Ed Sheeran was declared Baron of Sealand, an independent state comprised of an oil rig off the coast of England, in December of 2012.
More information: Selling over six-million copies, Queen's 1981 "Greatest Hits" album is the top seller in UK history.