Bass player best known for working with Frank Zappa and playing on the movies Scarface and Top Gun
Drummer for the Counting Crows who also has performed with Sheryl Crow, Eric Clapton and Prince
Top-selling singer with gold records in the 1950s and 1960s for "Ain't That a Shame" and "I'll Be Home" and starred in several movies, including State Fair.
Two-time Grammy Award-winning polka band known for its eclectic mix of pop, jazz, rock and other musical styles with polka; featured on The Simpsons and Prairie Home Companion
Composer; Emmy Award winner for the Batman Beyond cartoon series
Saxophonist for Dave Matthews Band; three-time Grammy Award winner with the band Bela Fleck & the Flecktones; founder of Jeff Coffin & the Mu'tet; educator, clinician and author.
Member of the Grammy-nominated duo England Dan and John Ford Coley that produced such hits as "I'd Really Love to See You Tonight."
Four-time Grammy-winner composer
Jazz musician, composer and music director of Schoolhouse Rock; wrote and performed "Conjunction Junction," "Three is a Magic Number" and other well-known songs in the series.
Regarded as one of the finest jazz guitar soloists; received honorary doctorate from the College of Music in 1997
Singer-songwriter whose songs were recorded by Willie Nelson and Lyle Lovett; 2007 Texas Poet Lauraute
Late singer of "I Fought the Law;" inducted into the Rockabilly Hall of Fame
Tony Award-winning opera singer; appeared in La Bohème
Influential composer and musician who helped integrate chamber music into jazz as part of the "Third Stream" movement
Trumpet player; played on Late Show with David Letterman
Saxophonist who was the first Black member of the One O'Clock Lab Band and has played with jazz greats
Grammy Award-winning singer and musician; member of The Eagles and solo artist; environmental activist.
Well-known Texas folk singer and songwriter; children's advocate; 2010 Texas State Musician