Answer: Freddie Mercury
Freddie Mercury was a British singer, songwriter, and record producer. He was best known as the lead vocalist of the rock band "Queen".
Answer: Niccolò Paganini
When Niccolò Paganini died in 1840, the Catholic Church refused to bury his body as some believed that he had a direct relationship with the devil. Likely contributing to these rumors was Paganini's well-known level of sexual promiscuity.
Answer: The Doors
Jim Morrison lead the Doors from 1965 until his untimely death in 1971 at the young age of 27.
A study published by the respected scientific journal "Nature" in 1999 suggested that listening to certain tunes by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart slightly increased student IQ scores, albeit briefly. This theorized phenomenon has come to be known as the "Mozart effect".
Answer: Guns N' Roses
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.
Answer: Kid Ink
Kid Ink's real name is Brian Todd Collins and he has actively been rapping since 2005. His first album "Up and Away" debuted in 2012.
Answer: J. S. Bach
The "Coffee Cantata" is one of the few secular works composed by Johann Sebastian Bach. It is generally believed that he was a coffee addict. According to some legends, he consumed up to 30 cups of coffee every day!
Answer: St. John
Johann Sebastian Bach's other fully extant Passion setting is the "St. John Passion", which being originally performed in 1724, predates the "St. Matthew Passion".
Answer: Taylor Swift
In 2008 Taylor Swift became the youngest artist ever to win Album of the Year for her 2008 sophomore release, "Fearless", at 20 years of age.