Answer: 19th Century
When Antoine-Joseph "Adolphe" Sax invented the saxophone in the mid 19th century, he intended it to be used for both orchestral and military purposes. And while it never took off as a mainstay orchestra instrument, the saxophone has been utilized regularly during the classical muiscal period in general.
Answer: The Edge
David Evans is better known by his stage name, the Edge, as he serves as lead guitarist for Irish rock band U2.
Answer: Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
"Amadeus" (1984), a fictional account of the life of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, went on to win 40 movie awards, including eight Academy Awards and four Golden Globes.
Answer: Robert Schumann
Clara's father, pianist Friedrich Wieck, disapproved of her relationship with Robert Schumann and forbade them to marry. However, they did eventually do so - a day before Clara's 21st birthday, when she would have no longer needed her father's consent, most likely just to spite him as they had alreday taken him to court on the matter and prevailed. Clara Wieck would go on to become Clara Schumann, the most-celebrated female composer from the 19th century.
Answer: Ryan Gosling
Considering the success he has achieved as a leading male actor in Hollywood, it is unlikely the Ryan Gosling - who is reputed to be a better vocalist than even Justin Timberlake - regretted his decision not to join the Backstreet Boys.
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: Kurt Cobain
Kurt Cobain of Nirvana fame committed suicide at the age of 27 in 1994. Although his career was very brief, he established himself as one of the greatest rockers in modern history.
Answer: Lady Gaga
After being impressed with her skills in managing his eldest son, Zachary, Elton John also named Lady Gaga the godmother of the younger, Elijah.
Answer: Axl Rose
William Bailey's stage name, Axl Rose, is actually an anagram for "oral sex".
Johann Sebastian Bach, Ludwig van Beethoven and Johannes Brahms are three of the most influential musicians in Western history and as such, are credited with putting their mutual home country, Germany, "on the musical map".