R.E.M. was founded in 1980 by Bill Berry, Peter Buck, Mike Mills and Michael Stipe in Athens, Georgia. The alternative pop/rock band has released 14 albums - the most recent, "Around The Sun," was released in October 2004.
The category contains sites about the London glam-punks Rachel Stamp, still going strong after a brief stint with major label WEA.
Please submit only sites about Radiohead. If your site is a fan site, please submit it to the Fan Pages sub-category. Otherwise, please submit your site to the appropriate letter subcategory of Arts/Music/Bands_and_Artists.
Critics' darlings Radiohead are an Oxford, England-based group that have released six studio albums and one live album. Their first album "Pablo Honey" was released in 1993 and the song "Creep" became a monster hit. The band's 1997 album "OK Computer" won them international recognition and was hailed by many critics as one of the best albums of the 1990s, and by some as one of the best rock albums of all time.
Websites about the Scottish pop singer Gerry Rafferty.
Websites about the political rap-metal/heavy metal band Rage Against the Machine.
Websites about the human beat box Rahzel.
Female MC from New Jersey, U.S.A. Member of the Flip Mode Squad.
Websites about the band rock band Rainbow. The band was formed by Ritchie Blackmore when he left Deep Purple in 1974 and disbanded when Deep Purple reunited in 1984.
Websites about the rock/blues/R&B singer/guitarist Bonnie Raiit.
Please only submit your site if it is exclusively about Rammstein fan fiction, with no other content. If Rammstein fan fiction is only part of your site, please submit your site to Arts/Music/Bands_and_Artists/R/Rammstein/.
Sites about the German dance-industrial-rock band Rammstein.
Websites about the punk band the Ramones.
Sites about Texas singer/songwriter Willis Alan Ramsey.
Websites about the punk rock band Rancid.
Sites about the early 1980's pop band Random Hold.
Websites about the Celtic/folk band the Rankins, also known as the Rankin Family.
Solo ambient project of former :zoviet*france: front man Robin Storey. Rapoon has released well over 40 albums since the debut "Dream Circle" (1992), and has created loop libraries for the popular ACID platform.
Rapoon is characterized by dense, repeating textures of ethnic-ambient sounds, most of which were originally performed by Storey on sitar, flute, percussion, and primitive string instruments. The music is generally categorized as Ambient, though it sometimes is seen as New Age, Experimental, and even Industrial.
See also :zoviet-france:, Horizon 222, O Yuki Conjugate, and Ingleton Falls.
Websites about the Rascals, a blue-eyed soul group formed in 1964 and disbanded in 1972. The group was promoted as The Young Rascals for a short time.
Websites about the 1970's classic pop band the Raspberries.
Rasputina is a band consisting of three women who play cellos and sing. The music is sort of gothic, sort of classical, and mostly weird (hard to classify).
Sites about Grateful Dead founding member Bob Weir's band RatDog.
Please submit sites about the band Ratt to this category.
The brash yet melodic heavy metal fivesome from Los Angeles Ratt, easily one of the most popular rock acts of the mid-1980s.
A selection of sites official and unofficial dedicated to the band Rat Daddy
Los Angeles band active in the 1980s, fronted by Jimmer Podrasky. The band has reformed and is working on a new album.
The Rave-Ups appeared in the film Pretty in Pink, performing two songs that were not included on the soundtrack album.
Please submit only sites about Rayvon.
Sites about the singer Rayvon.
Please submit sites about Ray J only.
Sites about the singer, rapper and actor Ray J.
Yugoslavian folk singer who was married to Serb warlord Zeljko 'Arkan' Raznatovic.
Sites related to the 80s new wave band Re-Flex.
Eddi (Sadenia) Reader, British folk singer songwriter, was born and spent her formative years in Glasgow.
She formed Fairground Attraction in 1988 with song-writer and guitarist Mark E. Nevin, producing one album, and its hit single 'Perfect'.
Since then she has produced several alums as a solo artist, including 'Patience of Angels', which won her a Brit award for "Best British Female" in February 1995.
Her brother Frank (Francis) Reader is lead singer of the Scottish band Trash Can Sinatras.
World beat sound with the influence of Hebrew roots. The band's alter-ego is Common Tongue.
Sites about the band Rebel Rebel.
Websites about the alternative country-rock band Reckless Kelly.
Websites about the band Recoil formed by ex-Depeche Mode member Alan Wilder.
With his trademark sunglasses, wide-brimmed hat and antique suit, he strums an acoustic guitar and sings an odd assortment of songs from the early days of the 20th century. At once eloquent and private, in interviews he speaks freely about his musical philosophy but never about his personal life. His recordings sells modestly but steadily, spanning a three-decade career that came into focus with a series of television appearances on Saturday Night Live in the 1970s.
A man of mystery who defies musical categorization, his recordings may be found in virtually any bin in the record store.
Websites about the light pop singer Helen Reddy.
Websites about the New Jersey rapper Redman.
Websites about Jazz saxophonist Joshua Redman.
Please submit your site to this category if it is primarily about lyrics. Otherwise, submit it to the proper subcategory.
Websites about the hybrid rock band the Red Hot Chili Peppers.
Websites about the alternative rock band Red House Painters.
Websites about country singer/songwriter Jerry Reed.
Websites about rock singer/songwriter Lou Reed.
Websites about the ska-punk band Reel Big Fish.
Martha Reeves topped the charts on the Motown label with her group Martha & the Vandellas. Their hits include "(Love Is Like A) Heat Wave," "Dancing in the Street," and "Jimmy Mack." The group disanded in 1972 and Reeves continued on as a solo performer. She was inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame in 1995.
Blues rocker from England, well known in the late sixties.
Websites about the alt-metal group Relative Ash.
The Rembrandts was formed in the spring of 1990 by musicians Danny Wilde and Phil Solem.
The pop rock band has recorded four albums to date, including their self-titled debut album which was released in 1990, "Untitled" (1992), "L.P." (1995), and "Spin This" (1998). Still, the band is probably best known for recording "I'll Be There For You," the theme song to the hit NBC sitcom Friends.
Websites about the alternative rock band Remy Zero.
John Renbourn - British traditional and contemporary folk guitarist, born in Marylebone, London in 1944.
Founder member of 'Pentangle' with guitarist Bert Jansch (with whom he recorded several albums), vocalist Jacqui McShee, Danny Thompson (bass), and Terry Cox (drums).
Please submit site about Daniel Rene only.
Sites about Daniel Rene.
Seminal alternative band from Minneapolis, active in the 1980s. Often referred to by fans as The 'Mats.
Websites about the drum'n'bass group Roni Size & Reprazent.
Lead singer Saffron describes Republica as a "techno pop punk rock" band. Their first big hit was the single "Ready to go" from their self-titled debut album, released in 1996. Their current album, "Speed Ballads", followed in 1998.
Please submit only sites about RES.
Sites about the band RES.
The Residents are a band from San Francisco, known for their multi-media work, who have intentionally remained anonymous for their nearly-three-decade career.
Please submit only sites about Stephen Reso. All other sites should be submitted to the proper letter category of Arts/Music/Bands_and_Artists.
Sites about singer-songwriter Stephen Reso.
Websites about the hard rock band Reveille.
Websites about the irreverent industrial band Revolting Cocks.
Guitarist from Charlottesville, Virginia. Also holds acoustic concerts with Dave Matthews
Submit sites related to the Rheostatics including biographies, articles, interviews, etc.
Etobicoke, Ontario rock band originally known as "Rheostatics And The Trans Canada Soul Patrol". Members (past and present) have included Martin Tielli (guitar, vocals), Dave Bidini (guitar), Tim Vesely (bass), Dave Clark (drums) and Don Kerr (drums; replaced Clark in 1997).
Please submit only sites about Rhianna.
Sites about Rhianna.
Websites about the singer/songwriter Happy Rhodes
From his rocking origins with The Drifters in 1958, through the classic recordings with the Shadows, Cliff matured into a movie and musical theatre star, and has wound up as Sir Cliff Richard. England's first pop superstar still records and performs for an audience encompassing three generations.
Louisiana-born artist mixing traditional cajun, zydeco, rock and New Orleans blues music.
Websites about the Canadian singer/songwriter Chad Richardson.
Websites about Jonathan Richman, the singer/songwriter who fronted the Modern Lovers in the early 1970's and continues now as a soloist.
Websites about the power-pop artist Rich Creamy Paint.
Websites about the UK industrial artist Rico.
Stanard Ridgway was the original lead singer and songwriter of the band Wall of Voodoo, going solo in 1986. He continues to work solo, and also scores films.
Websites about the blue-eyed soul duo the Righteous Brothers, who produced the 1960's hit "You've Lost That Lovin' Feelin'."
Websites about the British dance-pop band Right Said Fred.
Websites about the country singer LeAnn Rimes.
Websites about the contemporary jazz group the Rippingtons.
Websites about the funk band Rippopotamus.
Rivers is a long time radio DJ. He had his first hit singing "Breaking Up Is Hard on You (Don't Take Ma Bell Away from Me)" to Neil Sedaka's "Breaking Up Is Hard to Do".
His portfolio include several irreverent Christmas albums and Weird Al style parody albums:
- Twisted Christmas (1997)
- I Am Santa Claus (1997)
- More Twisted Christmas (1997)
- Bob Rivers Twisted Tunes #1-2 (1997)
- Chipmunks Roasting On An Open Fire (2000)
He continues to work as a DJ on Twisted Tunes and Twisted Radio.
Submit sites about Johnny Rivers, his life, his music, and career.
Born in 1942, Mr. Rivers had a string of hit songs in the 60's and 70's including Secret Agent Man, Poor Side of Town, Baby I Need Your Loving, The Tracks of my Tears, and Summer Rain.
Please submit only sites about Riverway. All other sites should be submitted to the proper letter category of Arts/Music/Bands_and_Artists.
Sites about the London rock band Riverway, which includes four of Elvis Costello's younger brothers.
Melbourne, Australia-based singer-songwriter, poet, and storyteller, born in 1956, in Mooroopna, northern Victoria.
Websites about the country musician Marty Robbins.
A guitarist's guitarist, one of the most prolific songwriters in the music business, and one of the few music geniuses untouched by the mainstream curse.
A former street singer and an alternative rock trio combined, making blues music with shades of Motown, hard rock, and soul.
Popular R&B vocal group from the 60's, closely associated with the Motown label. William "Smokey" Robinson continues to perform as a solo act, and The Miracles continue to perform as a separate trio.
Singer-Songwriter from Austin, Texas.
Late Zydeco performer born Alton Rubin in Carencro, Louisiana.
Louisiana-born zydeco musician (accordion, harmonica, guitar, organ) and vocalist. His 1986 hit "My Toot Toot" charted in the United States and the United Kingdom and won a Grammy.
Websites about the experimental rock duo Rockwell Church.
Rock band made up of writers including Stephen King, Dave Barry, Amy Tan, Mitch Albom and Scott Turow. The group, which Barry claims "plays music as well as Metallica writes novels," performs occasional gigs for charity.
Websites about country-pop artist Kenny Rogers.
Please only submit sites about Rollers/Sparkers. All other sites should be submitted to the proper letter category of Arts/Music/Bands_and_Artists.
Sites about the band Rollers/Sparkers.
Please only submit sites that contain Rolling Stones specific tablature or chords.
Websites about the gritty blues-rock band the Rolling Stones.
Sites about the young rapper.
Please submit only sites about Mick Ronson. All other sites should be submitted to the proper letter category of Arts/Music/Bands_and_Artists.
Sites about Mick Ronson.
Websites about adult contemporary pop vocalist Linda Ronstadt.
Sites about the band Root.
Please submit only sites about The Roots. All other sites should be submitted to the proper letter category of Arts/Music/Bands_and_Artists.
Sites about The Roots.
Websites about the folk singer/songwriter Al Rose.
Only submit sites related to Katy Rose in this category. Generally such media or fan sites include information, forums, articles, interviews, and/or media files related to the artist. Only completed sites (not under construction) should be submitted. Additionally, sites with a primary focus of selling CDs would be more appropriately submitted to a Shopping category.
Katy Rose is a songwriter and singer of rock music. Her debut album Because I Can
was released in 2004.
Please submit only sites about Rosey. Otherwise please submit your site to the proper subcategory of Arts/Music/Bands_and_Artists".
Sites about the singer Rosey.
Websites about the UK pop band Rosita.
Website about the new age artist David Michael Ross.
Websites about the singer Diana Ross. She began her career in 1960 with the Supremes (renamed Diana Ross and the Supremes in 1967) and has continuted primarily as a solo artist since 1969.
Websites about David Lee Roth, the rock vocalist formerly with Van Halen.
Websites about the jazz pianist Alan Roubik.
Roxette is a Swedish pop duo formed in the second half on the 1980s. Since then, they've concuered the world with their songs, such as The Look, Joyride, Sleeping In My Car, It Must Have Been Love, etc. Below, there are some links to pages where you can find out more about them!
Websites about the art-rock group Roxy Music which formed in 1971 and disbanded in 1983.
Websites about the pop/rock band Royal Hunt.
Downbeat dance-music/electronica duo from Tromso, Norway.
Born Frederick Jay Rubin in 1963, Rubin was attending New York University when he and Russell Simmons founded the Def Jam record label in 1984. Rubin produced many early hip-hop artists, but also worked with hard rock bands such as Slayer as early as 1985. After a falling out with Simmons he formed Def American, later shortened to American Recordings. He has produced important albums by Run DMC, The Beastie Boys, Public Enemy, Red Hot Chili Peppers, and a series of albums by the late Johnny Cash.
Please submit only sites about Paulina Rubio. All other sites should be submitted to the proper letter category of Arts/Music/Bands_and_Artists.
Sites about the singer Paulina Rubio.
Irish band, now based in Boston, Massachusetts, USA.
Band members are:- Dave Farrell (vocals); Owen Fegan (keyboards); Gordon Ashe (drums); Joe Philpott (guitars); and Decky Lucey (bass).
Websites about the all-star hardcore rap collective Ruff Ryders.
Julie Ruin was a brief, but excellent experiment in musical sound via former Bikini Kill frontwoman Kathleen Hanna. Julie Ruin was an alias, a special character, through which Hanna vented her talents for a short period after the band's demise. After Julie Ruin, Hanna joined "Le Tigre".
Websites about the heavy metal band The Runaways.
Sites about popular songstress Bic Runga.
Websites about the Celtic rock/folk band Runrig.
Websites about the hardcore rap band Run DMC.
This category is for sites whose primary focus is bass or guitar tablature for Canadian rock band Rush.
Rush is a progressive rock band from Toronto, Canada. Rush is: Geddy Lee (vocals/bass/keyboards), Alex Lifeson (acoustic/electric guitars and backup vocals) and Neil Peart (acoustic and electronic percussion). They formed in 1969 and continue to produce quality music to this day.
Websites about the folk singer/songwriter Tom Rush.
Sites about the singer/songwriter and session musician Leon Russell.
Sites about the roots rock band Rusted Root.
Please only submit sites to this category that are specifically about Rustic Overtones.
Websites about Rustic Overtones, a rock band from Portland, ME.
Bass player for Genesis and Mike + the Mechanics. Also released two solo albums in the early 80s.
Websites about the punk-pop band Ruth Ruth.
The Rutles were formed by Eric Idle, of Monty Python's Flying Circus, in 1975 as a Beatles parody band for a British television program. In 1978, their "rockumentary" was shown on television in the United States. The Rutles latest release was a comeback album in 1996.
Websites about the Canadian Brit-pop band the Rye Catchers.
Please submit only sites about RZA. Otherwise, please submit your site to the appropriate letter subcategory of Arts/Music/Bands_and_Artists.
Sites about the recording artist RZA.