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  • Musicians
    • "Scat" Von Roctoven
        • Fred and Barney go into the songwriting business, hiring "Scat" Von Roctoven to set their lyrics to music. Unfortunately, Von Roctoven plagiarizes a song called "Stardust". (Season 2 episode The Hit Songwriters)
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Jasmine Delancey
        • Singer that was inspired by pop singer Fiji, and blessed/cursed with Fiji's magic coin. (Season 2 episode Ovation)
    • The 100% Natural Good-Time Family-Band Solution
        • Lindsay, Tobias and Maeby's band that sings about pharmaceutical products. (Season 1)
    • 12 Monkeys
        • According to Jennifer Goines in episode 2, the name of her cover band that opened for The Warhols.
    • A.D.D.
        • Fish's high school-aged nephew Matt Gadman, plays keyboards in an alternative rock band called A.D.D.
    • A55-4U
        • Band that Kate sneaks out of her bedroom to go see on a school night. (Season 3 episode The New Old School)
    • Acapulco Philharmonic
        • Joke Roz makes about Frasier's trip to Acapulco. Frasier: "Roz, just because the last time you went to Mexico you were hit on more than a pinata, that doesn't mean that was the purpose of my visit as well." Roz: "Oh, yeah, right, you wanted to hear that Acapulco Philharmonic!" (Season 5 episode Frasier's Imaginary Friend)
    • ACB
        • Singer that was on American Idol that steals Kevin's limo.
    • Adam And The Adams
        • Band that Adam and his clones form after escaping from Make-A-Match. (Season 1 episode Matchmaker)
    • Alcatraaaz
        • Bart sneaks out of the house to attend the Murder 4 Life Benefit all star concert at Springfield Coliseum, featuring rappers Da Glock Pointaz, Romeo Smoov, Queen Booty Shaykah, M.C. Champagne Millionaire and Assault Weapon Magazine's Man of the Year - Alcatraaaz. According to Bart, "Alcatraaaz is widespread. I'm talking da junk." (Season 16 episode Pranksta Rap)
    • Alice Bowie, Ay Les Voy
        • My daddy, he disowned me 'cause I wear my sisters clothes, he caught me in the bathroom with a pair of pantyhose - from Earache My Eye.
    • Alive and Swell
        • On one episode, Regan was the lead singer of a Partidge Family-esque band called Alive and Swell. While the band auditioned a heavy metal drummer, Regan asked his questions. One song the band played was called, 'Life is a Playground'.
    • The American Underground (band)
        • Fictional band that Rembrand mentions when being interrogated about the Imperialist American Underground ion the communist world. (Pilot episode)
    • And And And
        • Two members of The Commitments- the guitarist and the saxophone player, I think- played covers songs at weddings before The Commitments got together. They wanted to name their band And And And.
    • Angel Snack
        • One of the many pervious names of Andy's band. Andy: "The band has had a few different names over the years. We started, we were Teddy Bear Suicide, but then we changed it to Mouse Rat. Then we were God Hates Figs, Department of Homeland Obscurity, Flames for Flames, Muscle Confusion, Nothing Rhymes with Orange, then Everything Rhymes with Orange, Punch Face Champions, Rad Wagon, Puppy Pendulum, Possum Pendulum, Penis Pendulum, Hand Rail Suicide, Angel Snack, Just the Tip, Three Skin Jet Black Pope, we went back to Mouse Rat, and now we are Scarecrow Boat. God, when I hear myself say Scarecrow Boat out loud, I kind of hate it." (Season 1 episode Rock Show)
    • Angie Morgan & the Sweet Thunder Revue
        • Musical act at the Hippo Club, the speakeasy where Rembrandt sings and Maggie serves drinks on the world where caffeine has been outlawed. (Season 5 episode The Java Jive)
    • Archie Bell And The Drells
        • When Bart wants to go work for Krusty, Homer tells Bart the story of his first after school job, which he describes as playing in a band outside Giuseppe's Pizza. Homer: "Hello, everybody. I'm Archie Bell, and I'm also The Drells. We got a new song called 'Tighten Up,' and this is the music you tighten up with."
    • Ashley Eternal
        • Virtual version of Pop star Ashley O, a photo-realistic and fully controllable holographic performer. "A Revolution in Live Entertainment." (Season 5 episode Rachel, Jack and Ashley Too)
    • Ashley Fuckn O
        • After the Ashley Eternal debacle, Ashley returns to perform her new song Head Like a Hole (actually by Nine Inch Nails) at Bob's under the moniker "Ashley Fuckn O". (Season 5 episode Rachel, Jack and Ashley Too)
    • The Balladeering Bermudezes
        • The father is carrying a box, saying, 'If we don't do it now, we'll never do it. Come Here, everyone!' He sets the box down and is taking off the lid. 'In the best tradition of musical families, I present... THE BALLADEERING BERMUDEZES'.
    • Barak-Kadan
        • Klingon opera singer that Worf mentions - it's the power of his voice, the strength of his intonation that make him a great singer. Jadzia thinks he's boring. (Season 5 episode Looking for Par'Mach in all the Wrong Places)
    • Barbershop Mellow Men
        • Musicians in Derry, Maine that played the final concert of Derry's Canal Day festival.
    • Barry And The Uptown Five Jive
        • Barry: We're no longer called Sonic Death Monkey. We're on the verge of becoming Kathleen Turner Overdrive, but just for tonight, we are Barry Jive and the Uptown Five.
    • The Bass Ace
        • On the world where Rembrandt's counterpart was the King, the King's talent agent Captain Jack Brim mentions some of the other acts that he represents, including The Bass Ace, and Waylon Chong - a country and western act, the hottest in all of Red China. (Season 1 episode The King is Back)
    • Batman
        • In addition to fighting crime, the LEGO version of Batman also writes and performs his own music, including a song he wrote for his girlfriend Wyldstyle called Darkness, about him being an orphan.
    • The Be Sharps
        • Homer's barbershop quartet, featuring Homer, Principal Skinner, Apu and initially Chief Wiggum, who gets replaced by Barney. (Season 5 episode Homer's Barbershop Quartet)
    • The Beach Boys Experience
        • A Jewish version of The Beach Boys that perform at Krusty the Clown's Wet 'N' Wild Bar Mitzvah. (Season 15 episode Today I am a Clown)
    • The Beagles
        • Zootopia version of The Beatles. One of the musicians on Judy's music player during her train ride.
    • The Beetles
        • BoJack version of The Beatles - mentioned in newspaper BoJack's father reads in flashback from Season 1 episode 2 (The Beetles call it quits) / seen on poster in Season 3 episode 12.
    • Ben Branson
        • Musician whose appearance was used as model for the Adam clones. (Season 1 episode Matchmaker)
    • Berryllium Zeppelin
        • Band name grafitti in the bathroom at Fantasma Billiards Bar and Karaoke Lounge, nod to Led Zeppelin. (Season 5 episode Amortycan Grickfitti)
    • Berti Laski
        • Pop singer. Alex: "The stereo was on and you got the idea that the singer's goloss was moving from one part of thebar to another, flying up to the ceiling and then swooping down again and whizzing from wall to wall. It was Berti Laski rasping a real starry oldie called 'You Blister My Paint'.
    • Big Fun
        • Band with number one hit song, Teen-age Suicide: Don't Do It.
    • Big, Lying Baby
        • Joke Andy's girlfriend makes about the name of Andy's band - they should change their name… (Season 1 episode Rock Show)
    • The Billy Bosnan Band
        • The Spring Ball '79, featured bands The Billy Bosnan Band and Josie and the Moonglows.
    • The Black Plague
        • Metal band. Lead singer dies during performance in opening scene - overdose? Or murder? Vince Neil from Motley Crüe plays the lead singer.
    • Black Sable
        • Zootopia version of Black Sabbath. One of the musicians on Judy's music player during her train ride.
    • Black Swan
        • Band that Devin mentions to Leena in the car at the end.
    • Blackout
        • The name of the kid's band that asks for the name tattooed on his arm and get s pancakes tattoo instead (Season 4 episode 1 The Boy with the Pancakes Tattoo)
    • Bleeding Gums Murphy
        • Terrific jazz horn player Lisa jams with on a bridge under a full moon. (Season 1 episode Moaning Lisa) Bleedin' Gums Murphy Sings the national anthem at Springfield Stadium. (Season 2 episode Dancing' Homer) Poster on the wall at the KBBL radio station during Reverend Lovejoy's weekly radio show Gabbin' About God. (Season 3 episode Like Father, Like Clown) Bleeding Gums Murphy is a judge at the Springfield Elementary School talent show. (Season 3 episode Lisa's Pony) Bleeding Gums Murphy dies. (Season 6 episode Round Springfield)
    • Blind Lemon Lipschitz
        • "Blind Lemon Lipschitz gouged out his own eyes with his thumbnails so he could be called blind lemon... It's true, don't laugh." (song The Blues Song)
    • Blood and Tears
        • Band that plays at Geezer Rock for its national landmark designation. Mayor Quimby: Thank you Blood and Tears. Sorry to hear about Sweat. (Season 15 episode Fraudcast News)
    • The Bloody Pumpkins
        • Previous incarnation of the vampire musicians currently known as Stoker on the vampire world. (Season 3 episode Stoker)
    • The Boards
        • Band Coy (Owen Wilson) used to play for. He was the sax player, the session guy.
    • Bob Roberts
        • The song "Repave America" in the movie, which was written and performed by Tim Robbins, is credited to fictional musician Bob Roberts. This song became Retake America on the Bob Roberts movie soundtrack.
    • Bobby Bigelow and His Hayseed Gang
        • Band that Jason was in while he was attending the Clyneburg Conservatory.
    • Bonita DeWolf And The Springfield Nuclear Plant Soft-Shoe Society
        • Dance team that performs at the ceremony where Homer receives the Montgomery Burns Award for Outstanding Achievement in the Field of Excellence. (Season 3 episode Brother, Can You Spare Two Dimes?)
    • Box Boys
        • One of the bands listed on the marquee outside the music club when Howard arrives on Earth.
    • Boy-nudo
        • L.T. Smash of Star Blitzzz Promotions creates a new boy band in Springfield featuring Bart and his friends called The Party Posse, signing them to Classified Records - the company behind New Kids in the Ditch and Boy-nudo. As it turns out, it's all part of a Navy recruitment program called Project Boy Band. (Season 12 episode New Kids on the Blecch)
    • The Brady Six
        • Episode Dough Re Mi. Singing group formed by the children to record Greg's song 'We Can Make the World a Whole Lot Brighter.' They record 'Time to Change' instead to take advantage of Peter's changing voice.
    • Brownettes
        • Joke Rembrandt makes when captured by the Kromaggs about his backup singers. (Season 4 episode Slidecage)
    • Bucket of Hate
        • Jake discovers a new band, sneaks out to attend their concert. (Season 4 episode Help Daddy Find his Toenail)
    • Buddy Howly
        • Monster Mini-Golf version of Buddy Holley, from a framed record on the wall in the creepy WIRD "Weird Radio" DJ booth at the San Antonio Military Drive location.
    • Burly And The Backstabbers
        • Name Andy comes up with for his old band when he discovers them playing a gig without him under the name Rat Mouse. (Season 5 episode Swing Vote)
    • Burnt Toast
        • Spidey runs into a teenage couple having an argument - Weezie is made because Justin didn't get ticket to take her to see her favorite band - Burnt Toast. (Issue #252 Homecoming)
    • Bustin Jieber
        • John makes a joke about there being a musician similar to Justin Bieber on Sargus Four, the planet similar to 21st century Earth. (Season 1 episode Majority Rule)
    • Calvin Stokes And His Sixteen Saxophonists
        • Song played at the Westminster Abbey Cabaret: They entered. The air seemed hot and somehow breathless with the scent of ambergris and sandalwood. On the domed ceiling of the hall, the colour organ had momentarily painted a tropical sunset. The Sixteen Sexophonists were playing an old favourite: "There ain't no Bottle in all the world like that dear little Bottle of mine."
    • Captain Bart and the Tequila Mockingbirds
        • When the manager of the Native American casino Caesar's Pow-Wow shows Bart a vision of his future, Bart's band Captain Bart and the Tequila Mockingbirds perform the song Daquaritaville, a rip-off of Jimmy Buffet's Margaritaville, at Nelson Muntz's restaurant, Nelson's Crab Shack. (Season 11 episode Bart to the Future)
    • Carcass
        • Carcass is the name of the heavy metal band that the fiancé of the girl that Monica, Rachel and Phoebe meet at the bridal shop wants for their wedding. Phoebe asks if the band spells their name with a C or K, but then says, It doesn't matter, they're both great! (Season 7 episode The One With the Cheap Wedding Dress)
    • Carlos 'the Barracuda' Del Gato
        • Musician from the 70s that invented the big dance craze called ‘The Barracuda' - performing on the cruise the gang attends (Season 5 Episode Voyage of the Damned)
    • Catty Perry
        • Zootopia version of Katy Perry. One of the musicians on Judy's music player during her train ride.
    • CB4
        • Albert, as MC Gusto, Euripides as Dead Mike and Otis as Stab Master Arson pretend to be newly released convicts, forming the hardcore gangsta rap group CB4 (Cell Block 4) and successfully sign with Trustus Jones, a local music mogul.
    • Charlie Waffles
        • Charlie becomes “Charlie Waffles”, The king of kids songs, to make money and hook up with hot single mothers and nannies, released a greatest hits CD featuring a scratch n sniff poster that smells like maple syrup, performing live in concert and releasing a concert video. (Season 5 episode Is there a Mrs. Waffles?)
    • Chase McKeever
        • Also known as C-Word. International pop star appearing in season 5 episode 3 The C-Word "Damn it I got fro-yo all over my yo-yo yo"
    • The Chet and Trent Project
        • Bill & Ted meet their older selves playing open mic night at The Alibi Lounge at the La Bonita Hotel in San Dimas 2022. Also listed on the board to perform include The Chet and Trent Project, and P Raisin and the Manhead.
    • Chicken On a Stick
        • Howard’s date to Bob and Emily’s anniversary party asks Emily if she likes Chicken on a Stick, which Emily thinks is a fast food vendor, but is in fact a rock band, making Emily feel old. (Season 2 episode The Modernization of Emily)
    • Chilis
        • After mistaking a Rolling Stones cover band called Ruby Tuesdays featuring a bunch of guys who work at Ruby Tuesdays for the code name for a secret show by the actual Rolling Stones, Sean wonders if Chilis is actual the code name for the Red Hot Chili Peppers. (Season 5 Charlie & the Houseful of Hookers)
    • The Chill Sergeant
        • Joke Adam makes about his own rapping name when Anders informs him he's going to call himself Cypress Chill. (Season 6 episode Gone Catfishing)
    • Chipp McCapp
        • The headliner that Andy gets for the Unity Concert that backs out, the most amazing 17-year-old country singer in the entire world. He's like Indiana's sweetheart. His fans call themselves Chippmunks. (Season 6 episode Flu Seadon 2)
    • Chloe Granger
        • Popular singer that gets involved with Jordan Collier and the 4400. (Season 2 episode Weight of the World)
    • Chock Full O 'notes
        • Dave's old all-male a cappella quartet, featuring guest stars Bob Odenkirk, David Cross and Brian Posehn. (Season 4 episode Chock)
    • Cholera Joe Hopper
        • Nina and Elliot discover they both have one thing in common: A love for Blues Musician Cholera Joe Hopper. (episode Twice Burned)
    • Claudius Bird-man
        • Musician. Alex: "There was music playing, a very nice malenky string quartet, my brothers, by Claudius Bird-man, one that I knew well."
    • Cobra Chorus
        • Joke Cobra Central makes when Zarana calls for the Baroness: "Please standby while I placed you on hold... today's tape selection features the mellow melodies of the Cobra Corus, featuring their interpretations of the big hits of John Denver." (Issue #93 Taking the Plunge)
    • Cosmic Lino
        • One of the names thrown out there when the guys were picking out a name for the band. Ultimately, Joey 'The Lips' came up with The Commitments.
    • Crush
        • From the Chris Gaines album liner notes: He dropped out of high school to form his band Crush, whose only hit song was "My Love Tells Me So"
    • Crystal Shit
        • "Yeah, they do a Doors show, you'd be really impressed, in fact, it goes a little like this: Love me two times baby, Love me twice today, Love me two times girl, Cause I got AIDS, Love me two times baby, Once for tomorrow, Once cause I got AIDS" (song Bitchin' Camaro)
    • Cube Squared
        • Band signed to Fuzzball Records. They're "Hotter than hot - they've sold more records in Sweden than Abba."
    • Cyanide
        • The band that Otto hires for his wedding to Becky, a loving tribute to Poison. (Season 11 episode It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad Marge)
    • Cyclon and Garfunkle
        • Episode Bendin' in the Wind. The future version of Simon and Garfunkle, with a robot from Battlestar Galactica in place of Simon and Garfunkle's descendant in place of Garfunkle.
    • Cypress Chili
        • Anders' new rapper persona for the guys' annual 4/20 party. (Season 6 episode Gone Catfishing)
    • Da Glock Pointaz
        • Bart sneaks out of the house to attend the Murder 4 Life Benefit all star concert at Springfield Coliseum, featuring rappers Da Glock Pointaz, Romeo Smoov, Queen Booty Shaykah, M.C. Champagne Millionaire and Assault Weapon Magazine's Man of the Year - Alcatraaaz. (Season 16 episode Pranksta Rap)
    • The Dalton Brothers
        • Supposedly, three times during the North American Joshua Tree Tour (November 1, November 18 and December 12) U2 dressed up as a country band and went out on stage before their real performance.
    • Danger Kitty
        • From the Danger Kitty television commercial. fictional eighties style glam band like Poison featured on the equally fictional Music Chronicles TV show.
    • The Danny Band
        • Band performing at the Stargazer Lounge, the bar at the Chatsworth House: A Marriott Experience. (Hotel Check In sketch)
    • Danny Stein
        • The wedding singer that couldn't play the wedding that Bobby ended up playing - where he meets the devil for the first time.
    • Dazzler
        • Cyclops holds up a vinyl recording of former singer turned X-Man Dazzler's album Sounds of Light and Fury (deleted scene)
        • The mutant singer Dazzler performs at a party on Xavier's school grounds, turning sound vibrations into light.
    • Dead Bugs
        • Heavy metal band one of the guys that beat up Adrian Mellon liked and made a ring in shop class with DB on it - their initials.
    • Dead Pixels
        • Band that Devin mentions to Leena in the car at the end.
    • Death Cheetah Vs. Matter
        • Band on poster on Rose's bedroom wall.
    • Department Of Homeland Obscurity
        • One of the many pervious names of Andy's band. Andy: "The band has had a few different names over the years. We started, we were Teddy Bear Suicide, but then we changed it to Mouse Rat. Then we were God Hates Figs, Department of Homeland Obscurity, Flames for Flames, Muscle Confusion, Nothing Rhymes with Orange, then Everything Rhymes with Orange, Punch Face Champions, Rad Wagon, Puppy Pendulum, Possum Pendulum, Penis Pendulum, Hand Rail Suicide, Angel Snack, Just the Tip, Three Skin Jet Black Pope, we went back to Mouse Rat, and now we are Scarecrow Boat. God, when I hear myself say Scarecrow Boat out loud, I kind of hate it." (Season 1 episode Rock Show)
    • Destiny's Cub
        • Zootopia version of Destiny's Child. One of the musicians on Judy's music player during her train ride.
    • Destroy Orbison
        • Monster Mini-Golf version of Roy Orbison, from a framed record on the wall in the creepy WIRD "Weird Radio" DJ booth at the San Antonio Military Drive location.
    • The Deuces and the Treys
        • Songs played on radio station KXKVI include Come Rock With Me - an up and swinging vocal offering by the High Lifers, and Big Time Daddy by The Deuces and the Treys. (Episode The Galaxy Being)
    • Diane Masagi
        • Musician, guest on Trish Talk, promoting her autobiography titled Blowing: Behind the Scenes With a Rock Flautist. (Season 1 episode AKA I've Got the Blues)
    • The Dingles
        • Sam Beckett leaps into Geoffrey "Tonic" Mole, the lead singer of English heavy metal band King Thunder (previously known as The Dingles), and known for the songs "Rock the Red Head", "Fate’s Wide Wheel" and "Hot Spot". Sam must keep himself from being killed by an unknown stalker. (Season 3 episode Glitter Rock)
    • Diva Plavalaguna
        • The blue opera singer - physically portrayed by French Actress Maiwenn Le Besco / singing voice provided by Albanian Opera Singer Inva Mula-Tchako.
    • DJ Bluntz
        • In-house DJ at The Dreamatorium. (Season 3 episode Li'l Sebastian), DJ featured at E720's End of the World Celebration. (Season 4 End of the World), DJ at the Valentine's Day dance (Season 4 episode Operation Ann) Tom surprises Donna with Treat Yo' Self 2017, featuring DJ Bluntz. (Season 7 episode Save JJ's)
    • DJ C.J.
        • C.J. DJ'd his sister's wedding. It did not turn out well. Apparently, there's such as thing as too much Smash Mouth. (Season 4 episode The Overmining)
    • DJ Chris
        • Music Anders mentions. Sounds like Jamiroquai mixed with Smashmouth according to Adam. (Season 2 episode Old Man Ders)
    • The Do-Re-Migos
        • A cappella group Dwight threatens to join at Cornell. Dwight: "Andy, I've been meaning to ask you, which a cappella group should I join? The Harmoniacs or the Do-Re-Migos?" Andy: "Assuming you had the voice to be in any of them, it's irrelevant." (Season 5 episode Employee Transfer)
    • The Doctor Bellows Funk Machine
        • One of the musicians listed on the Julian Grendel's illegal "private label" in South Africa. Name is reference to I Dream of Jeannie.
    • Don't Forget To Bring Home Beers After Work
        • Joke Andy's girlfriend makes about the name of Andy's band - they should change their name… (Season 1 episode Rock Show)
    • The Doodletown Pipers
        • Music act that Brian tells the reporter from American Flyer magazine that Joe refused to join (Season 2 episode The Story of Joe)
    • The Doody Blues
        • Joke Chandler makes while the guys work on a crossword puzzle - if atomic element 101 is Dysprosium, then 9 down, Knights in White Satin, was sung by the Doody Blues. (Season 2 episode The One With Russ)
    • Dorothea Williams
        • There's a Dorothea Williams record (singer from Pixar's Soul) visible during the scene where Colt Bronco visits the Lightfoot home at the beginning of the film.
    • Douche On A Stool
        • Fake band name, from Joke Patrick makes to Lacey's music producer boyfriend. (Season 5 episode Charlie Pledges a Sorority Sister)
    • The Dovettes
        • Sam Beckett leaps into Cheree, member of a teenage singing group called The Dovettes, and must prevent another member, Lynelle Walters from signing her life away to sleazy promoter Bobby Lee. (Season 4 episode A Song for the Soul)
    • Dr. Teeth and Electric Mayhem
        • House band on Miss Piggy's late night TV talk show, Up Late with Miss Piggy.
    • Drive Shaft
        • Charlie's band, first mentioned in the Pilot episode when Kate can't recall where she knows him from.
    • The Drunges
        • Indie rock band. Poster over Taylor Fisher's bed, and her alarm clock is set to one of their songs.
    • The Dumb Drops
        • Band on the radio from Season 3 episode 6 The 70s Episode… That was "Panties Full of Honey" by The Dumb Drops, number 97 on our year-end countdown. I'm Glenn Beck. It's a rainy New Year's Eve.
    • Eddie Devon
        • Christine gets concert tickets for rock and roll star Eddie Devon, performing at Madison square garden. (Season 3 episode Up on the Roof)
    • Eleanor Perez
        • Musician Juliana thinks about: "And it better be a really fine hotel, she thought, or it's all off. Even this late. And we'll ask them at the hotel what's the best place in Denver to eat. And the name of a good nightclub where we can see a once-in-a-lifetime act, not some local talent but some big names from Europe, like Eleanor Perez or Willie Beck. I know great UFA stars like that come out to Denver, because I've seen the ads. And I won't settle for anything less."
    • Eric Lampton
        • Rock star, screenwriter, actor, also known as "Mother Goose" - apparently a fictionalised version of David Bowie.
    • Erreway
        • Marizza Pía Spirito, Mía Colucci, Pablo Bustamante and Manuel Aguirre form a band named Erreway in order to pursue their dreams.
    • Everything Rhymes With Orange
        • One of the many pervious names of Andy's band. Andy: "The band has had a few different names over the years. We started, we were Teddy Bear Suicide, but then we changed it to Mouse Rat. Then we were God Hates Figs, Department of Homeland Obscurity, Flames for Flames, Muscle Confusion, Nothing Rhymes with Orange, then Everything Rhymes with Orange, Punch Face Champions, Rad Wagon, Puppy Pendulum, Possum Pendulum, Penis Pendulum, Hand Rail Suicide, Angel Snack, Just the Tip, Three Skin Jet Black Pope, we went back to Mouse Rat, and now we are Scarecrow Boat. God, when I hear myself say Scarecrow Boat out loud, I kind of hate it." (Season 1 episode Rock Show)
    • The Fabulous Brothers Diamond
        • The name the Swanky Modes perform under at Terminal dive bar.
    • Fancy Long
        • Singer: "I was tired, as I said. I kept thinking of a good hot meal, and then from that I jumped to reflections of how nice and home-like even Borneo would seem after this crazy planet, and from that, to thoughts of little old New York, and then to thinking about a girl I know there, Fancy Long. Know her?" "Vision entertainer," said Harrison. "I've tuned her in. Nice blonde —dances and sings on the Yerba Mate hour."
    • Ferl Dixon and the Second Helping Boys
        • Fictional musician advertised in Branson, Missouri when Bart and his friends arrive with his fake ID and rental car. (Season 7 episode Bart on the Road) Band playing at the Springfield Chili Cook-off. (Season 8 episode The Mysterious Voyage of Homer)
    • Fiji
        • Pop singer, inspiration for Jasmine's song Fire Lady, and the person that gives Jasmine the magic coin. (Season 2 episode Ovation)
    • Flames For Flames
        • One of the many pervious names of Andy's band. Andy: "The band has had a few different names over the years. We started, we were Teddy Bear Suicide, but then we changed it to Mouse Rat. Then we were God Hates Figs, Department of Homeland Obscurity, Flames for Flames, Muscle Confusion, Nothing Rhymes with Orange, then Everything Rhymes with Orange, Punch Face Champions, Rad Wagon, Puppy Pendulum, Possum Pendulum, Penis Pendulum, Hand Rail Suicide, Angel Snack, Just the Tip, Three Skin Jet Black Pope, we went back to Mouse Rat, and now we are Scarecrow Boat. God, when I hear myself say Scarecrow Boat out loud, I kind of hate it." (Season 1 episode Rock Show)
    • Fleetwood Yak
        • Zootopia version of Fleetwood Mac. One of the musicians on Judy's music player during her train ride.
    • A Flock of Budgies
        • One of the names thrown out there when the guys were picking out a name for the band. Ultimately, Joey 'The Lips' came up with The Commitments.
    • The Folksmen
        • American folk music trio featuring Christopher Guest, Michael McKean and Harry Shearer that first appeared in an SNL sketch, and then later in their own mockumentary film A Mighty Wind.
    • The Footnotes
        • Another group participating in the southeastern regional competition at Carolina University that gets disqualified because the lead singer is in high school.
    • The Four Seasons
        • They call themselves The Four Seasons because of their last names: Mike Fall, Joe Spring, Happy Winter and Pete Summer.
    • Francis Dickerson
        • In his groomsman cover story, Dickerson is a lounge singer from Canada. He performs four nights a week at the Walleye Nook.
    • Freddy Chainsaw
        • Musician that moves into Frasier's building (Season 3 episode High Crane Drifter)
    • Frenchotte
        • Jadzia plays music by self-exiled Romulan composer Frenchotte while she and Trill initiate Arjin travel in the Mekong. (Season 2 episode Playing God)
    • Friedrich Gitter-fenster
        • Musician. The devotchka in the Korova Milk Bar bursts out singings the opera Das Bettzeug by Friedrich Gitter-fenster.
    • The Fuckin' Eejits
        • One of the names thrown out there when the guys were picking out a name for the band. Ultimately, Joey 'The Lips' came up with The Commitments.
    • Fur Fighters
        • Zootopia version of Foo Fighters. One of the musicians on Judy's music player during her train ride.
    • G-Men / Doors
        • Lynn's crush's band - he says they were G-Men, but then found out somebody else had the name already, so they changed it to Doors.
    • G.L.O.W. Girls
        • The female wrestlers of GLOW make a music video for a song called Makeover as G.L.O.W. Girls on the album Glam Slam! Vol. 1. (Season 2 episode The Good Twin)
    • Gabe Gunton
        • Everett plays Screamin' Scooch, a song by Gabe Gunton on his radio show Highway Hits.
    • Gazelle
        • Zootopia version of Adele. One of the musicians on Judy's music player during her train ride.
    • Geoffrey Plautus
        • Musician. Alex: "The little speakers of my stereo were all arranged round the room, on ceiling, walls, floor, so, lying on my bed slooshying the music, I was like netted and meshed in the orchestra. Now what I fancied first tonight was this new violin concerto by the American Geoffrey Plautus, played by Odysseus Choerilos with the Macon (Georgia) Philharmonic, so I slid it from where it was neatly filed and switched on and waited."
    • George Straight-jacket
        • Monster Mini-Golf version of George Straight, from a framed record on the wall in the creepy WIRD "Weird Radio" DJ booth at the San Antonio Military Drive location.
    • Geronimo Jackson
        • Record album that Charlie and Hurley find in the hatch. (Season 2 episode The Hunting Party) Eddie wears a Geronimo Jackson T-shirt. (Season 3 episode Further Instructions)
    • Gleer
        • Name that Rick's old friend Glar performs under when he plays piano as a featured artist at a bar. (Season 4 episode One Crew over the Crewcoo's Morty)
    • God Hates Figs
        • One of the many pervious names of Andy's band. Andy: "The band has had a few different names over the years. We started, we were Teddy Bear Suicide, but then we changed it to Mouse Rat. Then we were God Hates Figs, Department of Homeland Obscurity, Flames for Flames, Muscle Confusion, Nothing Rhymes with Orange, then Everything Rhymes with Orange, Punch Face Champions, Rad Wagon, Puppy Pendulum, Possum Pendulum, Penis Pendulum, Hand Rail Suicide, Angel Snack, Just the Tip, Three Skin Jet Black Pope, we went back to Mouse Rat, and now we are Scarecrow Boat. God, when I hear myself say Scarecrow Boat out loud, I kind of hate it." (Season 1 episode Rock Show)
    • Goggly Gogol
        • Musician the young devotchkas mention at the record store: "Who you getten, bratty? What biggy, what only? The Heaven Seventeen? Luke Sterne? Goggly Gogol?"
        • The tape that Alex removes from his stereo in order to play Beethoven bears the name of what fictitious artist (also mentioned later in the movie by one of the popsicle girls on the music store)
    • Gold Diamond
        • Mark has a crush on a girl he knows from high school. She was in a band called Gold Diamond. She had a leather jacket, and she smoked cigarettes behind the portables. (Season 1 episode Another Place)
    • The Golden Glows
        • Everett plays Crazy Waves, a song by the Golden Glows on his radio show Highway Hits.
    • The Good Ol' Boys
        • The Blues Brothers pretend they're The Good Ol' Boys and perform at Bob's Country Bunker.
    • The Goodtones
        • Previous 1957 incarnation of the vampire musicians currently known as Stoker on the vampire world. (Season 3 episode Stoker)
    • The Grass Roots
        • Creed's band. "Turns out, Creed was in the band The Grass Roots in the 1960s. During that time, the police say, he sold drugs and trafficked in endangered species meat and stole weapons-grade LSD from the military." (Season 9 episode Finale)
    • The Great Frog Society
        • Supergroup of dead musicians in Heaven led by Jim Morrison, featuring Jimi Hendrix, Keith Moon, Janis Joplin, Buddy Holly and Louis Armstrong. (Host Val Kilmer 12/10/2011 - Behind the Music: Rock & Roll Heaven)
    • The Grinning Americans
        • Nick's wife Loretta leaves Nick to join this group of wholesome young people who wear pullover sweaters and sing patriotic songs (Season 3 episode 20 If Ever I Would Leave You)
    • The Grungies (Band)
        • Grunge band, stars of Monkees-like TV show 
The Grungies (Nirvana, Alice in Chains, Soundgarden). (Episode Rob Morrow)
    • Gun N' Rodents
        • Zootopia version of Guns N' Roses. One of the musicians on Judy's music player during her train ride.
    • Gun Rack
        • Multi-Platinum selling rapper accused of killing Darnell Williams on November 9. (Season 5 episode Killer Concept Album)
    • H2OKlick
        • Rap group gunned down at club Freeway. H20Klick is really the 504 Boys, a hip-hop group from New Orleans that Master P produces.
    • Hail Satin
        • Band name grafitti in the bathroom at Fantasma Billiards Bar and Karaoke Lounge. (Season 5 episode Amortycan Grickfitti)
    • Hallapolis State Opera
        • Opera company. "Spaceships and jetcars and helipods crashed and exploded continuously around her, illuminating the night, villainous people in strange hats smuggled dangerous drugs through her, and the combined orchestra and chorus of the Hallapolis State Opera performed the closing March of the AnjaQantine Star Guard from Act IV of Rizgar's Blamwellamum of Woont in a little glade somewhere off to her left."
    • Hand Rail Suicide
        • One of the many pervious names of Andy's band. Andy: "The band has had a few different names over the years. We started, we were Teddy Bear Suicide, but then we changed it to Mouse Rat. Then we were God Hates Figs, Department of Homeland Obscurity, Flames for Flames, Muscle Confusion, Nothing Rhymes with Orange, then Everything Rhymes with Orange, Punch Face Champions, Rad Wagon, Puppy Pendulum, Possum Pendulum, Penis Pendulum, Hand Rail Suicide, Angel Snack, Just the Tip, Three Skin Jet Black Pope, we went back to Mouse Rat, and now we are Scarecrow Boat. God, when I hear myself say Scarecrow Boat out loud, I kind of hate it." (Season 1 episode Rock Show)
    • Hannah Montana
        • Montana is supposed to represent the pop-superstar side of Cyrus that contrasts with her down-to-earth "normal" self.
    • Happy Time All-Girl Glee-Club
        • Radio news broadcaster: We interrupt this program to give you an important news bulletin: A suspect in the Happy Times All-Girls Glee Club slaying has fled the scene and managed to elude the police. He is armed and dangerous, and has been spotted in the West Side area, armed with a meat cleaver in one hand and his ...
    • The Harmoniacs
        • A cappella group Dwight threatens to join at Cornell. Dwight: "Andy, I've been meaning to ask you, which a cappella group should I join? The Harmoniacs or the Do-Re-Migos?" Andy: "Assuming you had the voice to be in any of them, it's irrelevant." (Season 5 episode Employee Transfer)
    • Heathcliff's Misery
        • Joe's ex-girlfriend Candace's band, nod to Wuthering Heights. (Season 1 episode Candace)
    • The Heaven Seventeen
        • Musician the young devotchkas mention at the record store: "Who you getten, bratty? What biggy, what only? The Heaven Seventeen? Luke Sterne? Goggly Gogol?"
    • Helen Chapel, Rock Cellist
        • Helen becomes a famous rock cellist in her story about the future that the gang finds in their time capsule from when they were kids in Season 7 episode Life Could Be a Dream.
    • Here Comes Treble
        • Andy's college a cappella group. Andy: "I went to Cornell. You ever heard of it? I graduated in four years, I never studied once, I was drunk the whole time and I sang in the a cappella group Here Comes Treble." (Season 3 episode Gay Witch Hunt) Andy conferences the group in for backup support when he serenades Angela with Abba's Take a Chance on Me (Season 4 episode Launch Party). The next generation of the group shows up at the office and sings George Michael's Faith with another one of the original members, played by Stephen Colbert (Season 9 episode Here Comes Treble)
        • Band poster near the door to the arcade in Funland, the abandoned amusement park in Romania.
    • Hi-Fye
        • Episode The Girls' Night Out. The name Fred went by during his short lived rock and roll career after making a record in a do it yourself booth fell into the hands of some record producers.
    • The High Lifers
        • Songs played on radio station KXKVI include Come Rock With Me - an up and swinging vocal offering by the High Lifers, and Big Time Daddy by The Deuces and the Treys. (Episode The Galaxy Being)
    • The Hillbilly Bugger Boys
        • When Homer finds out about the upcoming Who concert at Springfield's historic Yahoo Search Engine Arena, Homer says he liked them from the beginning, when they were still known as the Hillbilly Bugger Boys. (Season 12 episode A Tale of Two Springfields)
        • "My rhymes are so potent that in this small segment I made all of the ladies in the area pregnant. Yes, sometimes my lyrics are sexist, but you lovely bitches and hoes should know I'm trying to correct this."
    • The Hitmen
        • Actually Norman Mart's goons that are sent after the red tape.
    • The Honeybees
        • After a rock band called The Mosquitoes comes to the island to escape their fans, the girls form their own musical group The Honeybees.
    • Hoop Shuffleman and the Dixie Daredevils
        • When Mac inherits a lot of money from his grandfather, he hires a band to play music for Harry for 24 hours. (Season 5 episode Mac’s Millions)
    • Hooray For Everything
        • Young stars of the football half time show that Homer listens to on the radio on his way to pick his father up from the retirement home for Thanksgiving dinner. (Season 2 episode Bart vs. Thanksgiving) New singing group featured at Duff Gardens. (Season 4 episode Selma's Choice)
    • Horatio Velveteen
        • Musician alter ego of Doug Judy, Jake's nemesis The Pontiac Bandit. Performing 4 shows daily at the All-Ages Piano Lounge on Jake and Amy's Carousel cruise ship. (Season 3 episode The Cruise)
    • Hot Lips Hannigan
        • Episode Hot Lips Hannigan. Fred makes Betty and Wilma disappear (he thinks) in a magic cabinet, and he and Barney join in a hep jam session at the Rockland.
    • The Hotshot Rhythm Rangers & All-Time Boogie Band
        • Band Larry Underwood played with that morphed into the Tattered Remnants.
    • Howie Mandelbrot
        • Famous singer that got his start on the TV talent show Hot Shot (Season 1 episode Fifteen Million Merits)
    • Huff and Doback
        • Dale and Brennan premiere their music video at Derek’s birthday party. Band name: Huff and Doback. Song title: Boats ’N Hoes. Album name: Bro Bro Gang.
    • The Hunter (musician)
        • Musician, as well as his self-titled CD by Jan's old assistant, Hunter, which Jan calls an excellent songwriter - Jan plays his CD and dances at the dinner party (Season 4 Dinner Party)
    • Hyena Gomez
        • Zootopia version of Selena Gomez. One of the musicians on Judy's music player during her train ride.
    • I Killed Darnell Simmons
        • Music album by Multi-Platinum selling rapper Gun Rack. (Season 5 episode Killer Concept Album)
    • Ice Tray
        • Rapper that sings the national anthem at a Boston Red Sox game (Season 4 episode Blackout Biggins)
    • Iceman
        • Rapper featured on Ben Stiller's Music News show due to the controversy over his new song about his next door neighbor called "Kill Doug Szathky" (episode 4 On Melrose Avenue)
    • The Jack Frost Band
        • Band that performs blues covers and an assortment of their own songs in the hope of signing a record deal.
    • Janis Goblin
        • Monster Mini-Golf version of Janis Joplin, from a framed record on the wall in the creepy WIRD "Weird Radio" DJ booth at the San Antonio Military Drive location.
    • Jennifer Black
        • Harry meets rock star Jennifer Black on a TV talk show. (Season 1 episode Harry and the Rock Star)
    • Jeremiah Sand
        • Failed musician turned cult leader of the Children of the New Dawn.
    • Jerome Kern
        • Musician. Niles: "Well, if it's raucous you're looking for, we could go and get a nightcap at the piano bar at the Mayflower Hotel - It's Jerome Kern night! Last time people were shouting out requests without raising their hands!" (Season 6 episode The Show Where Woody Shows Up)
    • Jesus And The Brides Of Dracula
        • Sam follows clues he finds hidden in the song lyrics of the band Jesus and the Brides of Dracula.
    • Jet Screamer
        • Judy wins a date with pop idol, Jet Screamer, who sings Judy's contest entry song, "Eep, Opp, Ork, Ah-ah!" (Season 1 episode A Date with Jet Screamer)
    • Jimmy Rain and Crocs
        • Everett plays Hoppin' and Cookin', a crankin' song by Jimmy Rain and Crocs on his radio show Highway Hits.
    • Jimmy Stetson
        • Susanna's second husband renames himself Jimmy Stetson after their marriage.
    • Joey Crown
        • Episode A Passage for Trumpet. Joey Crown, musician with an odd, intense face, whose life is a quest for impossible things like flowers in concrete or like trying to pluck a note of music out of the air and put it under glass to treasure.
    • John William Weichselbraun
        • World-renowned oboist, first chair with the New York Symphony Orchestra, whose $40,000 oboe was stolen from his apartment. Captain Holt and his husband Kevin are huge fans. (Season 3 episode House Mouses)
    • Johnny Bobby
        • Wolfguy Jack starts off the nightly dance contest at 50s style restaurant Greaser's Cafe with the song Mental House Rock by Johnny Bobby. Parody of Jailhouse Rock by Elvis Presley. (Season 11 episode Take My Wife, Sleaze)
    • Johnny Burnaway
        • Musician Alex mentions at the record store: "I walked in and the only other customers were two young ptitsas sucking away at ice-sticks (and this, mark, was dead cold winter and sort of shuffling through the new pop-discs - Johnny Burnaway, Stash Kroh, The Mixers, Lay Quit Awhile With Ed And Id Molotov, and all the rest of that cal)."
    • Johnny Calhoun
        • Musician, singer of the song Gonna Find Me a Genie with a Magic Bikini that plays on the radio. (Season 4 Homer the Heretic)
    • Johnny Casino and the Gamblers
        • The musical group performing at Rydell High School's National Dance-Off, portrayed by the group Sha Na Na.
    • Johnny Favorite
        • New York City private investigator Harry Angel is hired to track down John Liebling, a crooner known professionally as Johnny Favorite who suffered severe neurological trauma resulting from injuries he received in World War II.
    • Johnny Karate And His Magical Guitar Stick
        • Name Andy's band performs under when they play for Craig's nephew's birthday party, the best music they've heard in their miserable little lives, according to Craig. (Season 6 episode Farmers Market)
    • Johnny Yen and the Hypnotizing Chickens New record added 10/17/2021
        • Vince plays Liquor and Drugs by Johnny Yen and the Hypnotizing Chickens. (Last Resort)
    • Johnny Zhivago
        • Musician, a "Russky koshka", whose song Only Every Other Day plays in the Korova Milk Bar, moments before a devotchka bursts out singing like a great bird, which makes Dim dog-howl, and Alex reprimand him by fisting him skorry on the rot.
    • Jonathan Keith
        • Episode Feet of Clay. Ben meets his idol, rock star Jonathan Keith, when he give a concert in NewYork.
    • Josie And The Moonglows
        • The Spring Ball '79, featured bands The Billy Bosnan Band and Josie and the Moonglows.
    • Jungle Swing
        • Band at Monica and Chandler's wedding. (Season 8 episode The One After I Do)
    • Just Marge (And Friends)
        • Marge's new night club act after the end of the family's TV show. (Season 11 episode Behind the Laughter)
    • Justin Prince
        • Teen pop star on the cover of Teen Bopper that Matt uses as a disguise in the school library.
    • Kanine West
        • Zootopia version of Kanye West. One of the musicians on Judy's music player during her train ride.
    • Karcass
        • Carcass is the name of the heavy metal band that the fiancé of the girl that Monica, Rachel and Phoebe meet at the bridal shop wants for their wedding. Phoebe asks if the band spells their name with a C or K, but then says, It doesn't matter, they're both great! (Season 7 episode The One With the Cheap Wedding Dress)
    • Kevin And The Zits
        • Band Andy, Darryl and Kevin form to jam out in the warehouse. (Season 8 episode Pam's Replacement)
    • King Thunder
        • Sam Beckett leaps into Geoffrey "Tonic" Mole, the lead singer of English heavy metal band King Thunder (previously known as The Dingles), and known for the songs "Rock the Red Head", "Fate’s Wide Wheel" and "Hot Spot". Sam must keep himself from being killed by an unknown stalker. (Season 3 episode Glitter Rock)
    • The Klezmer Band
        • Band Niles mentions when discussing plans for Martin's bachelor party (Season 11 episode Detour)
    • Kovenant
        • When the Christian rock band Kovenant performs at the Simpsons' church, Lisa mentions that the bass player is from the band Satanica. (Season 11 episode Alone Again, Natura-Diddly)
    • L. Muhaiwir And The Esh Sham Sinfonia
        • Musician. Alex: "I thought here at last was time to itty off to the disc-bootick (and cutter too, my pockets being full of pretty polly) to see about this long-promised and long-ordered stereo Beethoven Number Nine (the Choral Symphony, that is), recorded on Masterstroke by the Esh Sham Sinfonia under L. Muhaiwir."
    • Land Ho
        • Fictional band that broke up ten years ago when their lead singer split. He titled their last album We'll Never Reunite. Mentioned as long shot for the Unity Concert. (Season 6 episode Flu Seadon 2). Land Ho reunites and plays the Unity Concert. (Season 6 episode Movin' Up)
    • The Larry Davis Experience
        • Band playing at Chez Paree, the fancy restaurant where Homer takes Marge for dinner and dancing. (Season 1 episode Some Enchanted Evening) Poster on the wall at the KBBL radio station during Reverend Lovejoy's weekly radio show Gabbin' About God. (Season 3 episode Like Father, Like Clown)
    • The Larry Davis IPod Experience
        • Music at the the Springfield High School prom in Professor Frink's vision of the future. (Season 16 episode Future-Drama)
    • The Larry Davis Wedding Experience
        • Band that plays at Principal Skinner and Edna Krabappel's wedding reception. (Season 15 My Big Fat Geek Wedding)
    • LaShawn And The Sam-Sations
        • Family band gay couple is going to form with their adopted kids. (Season 2 episode Dueling Hats)
    • Lauren Wesley
        • Fictional musician with a new album coming out featured on the news website GEN.
    • Lay Quit Awhile With Ed And Id Molotov
        • Musician Alex mentions at the record store: "I walked in and the only other customers were two young ptitsas sucking away at ice-sticks (and this, mark, was dead cold winter and sort of shuffling through the new pop-discs - Johnny Burnaway, Stash Kroh, The Mixers, Lay Quit Awhile With Ed And Id Molotov, and all the rest of that cal)."
    • The Lemon Sisters
        • Carla's ex-husband Nick's wife's new band after she leaves the Grinning Americans (Season 4 episode 20 Save the Last Dance for Me)
    • The Lemurs
        • Band Kiera mentions she was going to see in the future in episode Season 1 episode 1 A Stitch in Time.
    • The Lennon Sisters
        • Band that people confuse Nick's wife's band The Lemon Sisters with (Season 4 episode 20 Save the Last Dance for Me)
    • Lester Shy And The Shyphonics
        • "Good evening ladies and gentlemen and welcome to P.J.'s Astrological Love Lounge. We are Lester Shy and the Shyphonics. My name is Lester Shy and these fine gentlemen all around me, well they're the Shyphonics and we hail proudly from Fargo, North Dakota." (song Do the Brown Nose)
    • Lil' Cupid
        • Rapper and previous owner of the wedding ring that Martin buys for Ronee. It is inscribed with "Lil' Cupid. Til Def Do Us Part." (Season 11 episode And Frasier Makes Three)
    • The Lipsticks
        • Vanessa forms the "Lipsticks" singing group. (Season 5 episode How Do You Get to Carnegie Hall?)
    • Liquorice Comfits
        • Dick tells Rob he found a new Liquorice Comfits album over at Vintage Vinyl that was never released in the US, it was a Japanese import only. He then offers to tape the album for Rob, since he liked their second one, Pop Girls, Etc., the one with Cheryl Ladd on the cover.
    • Little Timmy and The Shebangs
        • One of three musical acts mentioned as having headlined at Mr. Burns' Casino before it was demolished - Little Timmy and the Shebangs, The Shebangs and The New Shebangs featuring Big Timmy. (Season 10 episode Viva Ned Flanders)
    • The Lo-lo-lo Singers
        • Fictional musical act from the fictional Austrian village of Bluh-lo-lo-lo, from joke Joel makes about a bunch of weird guys making music by wagging their tongues around in a clip featured as part of Joel's International Corner (episode Thank You, Lasagna)
    • Loggins and Oates
        • Tape Marge finds in the car wash discount bin - obviously referencing Loggins and Messina, and Hall & Oates. (Season 10 episode Viva Ned Flanders)
    • Luke Sterne
        • Musician the young devotchkas mention at the record store: "Who you getten, bratty? What biggy, what only? The Heaven Seventeen? Luke Sterne? Goggly Gogol?"
    • Lurleen Lumpkin
        • Out of work waitress and singer that Homer meets at the redneck bar, The Beer 'N' Brawl, and becomes her manager. (Season 3 episode Colonel Homer) Lurlene makes an appearance at the grand opening of the Springfield Monorail, fresh from her stay at the Betty Ford Clinic. (Season 4 episode Marge vs. The Monorail)
    • Lurleen Lumpkin & Pip Diddler
        • Fictional musicians advertised in Branson, Missouri when Bart and his friends arrive with his fake ID and rental car. (Season 7 episode Bart on the Road)
    • M.C. Birthday
        • Rapper at Phineas Q. Butterfat's 5600 Flavors Ice Cream Parlor. (Season 15 episode The Ziff Who Came to Dinner)
    • M.C. Champagne Millionaire
        • Bart sneaks out of the house to attend the Murder 4 Life Benefit all star concert at Springfield Coliseum, featuring rappers Da Glock Pointaz, Romeo Smoov, Queen Booty Shaykah, M.C. Champagne Millionaire and Assault Weapon Magazine's Man of the Year - Alcatraaaz. (Season 16 episode Pranksta Rap)
    • M.C. Safety and The Caution Crew
        • Bland rap group that performs for the children of Springfield Elementary. (Season 14 episode Bart vs. Lisa vs. The Third Grade)
    • Macon (Georgia) Philharmonic
        • Musician. Alex: "The little speakers of my stereo were all arranged round the room, on ceiling, walls, floor, so, lying on my bed slooshying the music, I was like netted and meshed in the orchestra. Now what I fancied first tonight was this new violin concerto by the American Geoffrey Plautus, played by Odysseus Choerilos with the Macon (Georgia) Philharmonic, so I slid it from where it was neatly filed and switched on and waited."
    • MacPhisto
        • Bono's alter ego during the European leg of U2's ZooTV tour - an aging glam rocker who had long ago sold his soul, complete with gold suit, white pancake makeup and horns. MacPhisto performed as part of each set, waxing poetic about politics and morality.
    • Maine State Symphony
        • Symphony Helen auditions for in Season 2 episode Duet for Cello and Plane. She gets the job, but then loses it because the Symphony's funding is pulled.
    • The Mannequins
        • Theo and Cockroach want to make some extra money by appearing in a music video by a band called The Mannequins, but they are required to shave their heads to do so.
    • Marty Sherman
        • Jay's son Marty becomes a musician in the future (Season 1 episode A Day at the Races and a Night at the Opera)
    • Matthew Caron
        • A musician listed in the obituary section of the online news site Beatrix reads on the alternate Harry's laptop on the slightly more futuristic version of Earth that the group visits.
    • Max Rebo Band
        • Lando Calrissian performs his song Making Love in Space with the Max Rebo Band at the Galactic Summit for All Black Humans at the The Naboo Beachfront Hotel. (Skit Lando's Summit)
    • Maxwell Demon And Venus In Furs
        • Rocker Brian Slade's stage persona and backing band, based on David Bowie's Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars, the personal named after an early band of Brian Eno's, the band named after the Lou Reed and Velvet Underground song.
    • MC Perfunctory New record added 10/5/2021
        • Jake comes up with a new rap name for himself. (Season 6 episode Baseball Was Better with Steroids)
    • MC Phreakzille
        • Mr. James' new personal security consultant Jack Frost's undercover rapper identity. (Season 5 episode Stinkbutt)
    • MC Poindexter & The Study Crew
        • The sliders watch a music video on the Egghead world for a song called Library Rap by rap group MC Poindexter & The Study Crew, produced by Flaubert Records. (Season 1 episode Eggheads)
    • Me And Julio Down By The Crackhouse
        • "Now everybody's into what I do, Steve Albini, John and Frank Sinatra sound exactly like me, I even set up a duo with Julio Iglesias, It was called Me and Julio Down By the Crackhouse, 'Cause even Julio Iglesias is me, I have the number one album, I have all the albums, 'Cause now everybody's me!" (song Now Everybody's Me)
    • Me2
        • U2's manager Mr. Kincaid's suggestion for U2 to change their band name, because Bono made the band all about him. (Pilot episode)
    • Meat Coat
        • Charlie attempts to convince his brother to sign on for another tour, opening up for some band called Meat Coat. (Season 1 episode The Moth)
    • Menergy
        • The band the guys start - and then Ders and Adam kick Blake out. (Season 5 episode Menergy Crisis)
    • Meryl Streep
        • Group of overweight crossdressing men considering changing their name from Cheap Girls.
    • The Mexican Funeral
        • Todd's old band. He wears a T-shirt in Season 1 episode 1, and the police mention the band and the equipment that Todd sold but claimed was stolen in Season 1 episode 3 Rogue Wall Enthusiasts.
    • Michael Denny And The Denny Singers
        • Musicians from another dimension that don't want trunk people to get married (episode 1-8 Rixty Minutes)
    • Mick Jaguar
        • Zootopia version of Mick Jagger. One of the musicians on Judy's music player during her train ride.
    • Milford Academy Marching Band
        • The quietest marching band ever that performs at The 3rd Annual 2nd of July 4th Of July Parade (Season 5)
    • Minneapolis Philharmonic
        • A famous orchestra conductor visits Nantucket in Season 2 episode A Little Nightmare Music.
    • Minnie Pearl Jam
        • Fictional musician mash-up of Minnie Pearl + Pearl Jam, advertised in Branson, Missouri when Bart and his friends arrive with his fake ID and rental car. (Season 7 episode Bart on the Road)
    • The Mixers
        • Musician Alex mentions at the record store: "I walked in and the only other customers were two young ptitsas sucking away at ice-sticks (and this, mark, was dead cold winter and sort of shuffling through the new pop-discs - Johnny Burnaway, Stash Kroh, The Mixers, Lay Quit Awhile With Ed And Id Molotov, and all the rest of that cal)."
    • The Moe Szyslak Connection
        • Coming up next: Springfield's latest one hit wonder: The Moe Szyslak Connection, produced by David Byrne. (Season 14 episode Dude, Where's My Ranch?)
    • Monkeytown Philharmonic
        • Orchestra of monkeys that perform on the Krusty the Clown show. (Season 5 episode Lady Bouvier's Lover)
    • The Mosquitoes
        • After a rock band called The Mosquitoes comes to the island to escape their fans, the girls form their own musical group The Honeybees.
    • Mother Majesty
        • Musician featured on Hits Countdown Live (HCL). (Season 4 episode Alien Imposters)
    • Motley Lou
        • Alternate version of rock band Motley Crue, featuring time traveler Lou Dorchen replacing Vince Neil on vocals.
    • Mouse Rat
        • The current name of Andy's band. (Season 1 episode Rock Show) Andy sells Mouse Rat CDs at his shoeshine stand. (Season 2 episode The Set-Up)
    • Mr. Music, The DJ
        • Jason's DJ name. (Season 3 episode The Ballad of Donkey Doug) Jason DJs as "DJ Music" at the Flor-izona British Library Extravaganza, the gang's personalized welcome party in the Good Place. (Season 4 episode Patty)
    • Muscle Confusion
        • One of the many pervious names of Andy's band. Andy: "The band has had a few different names over the years. We started, we were Teddy Bear Suicide, but then we changed it to Mouse Rat. Then we were God Hates Figs, Department of Homeland Obscurity, Flames for Flames, Muscle Confusion, Nothing Rhymes with Orange, then Everything Rhymes with Orange, Punch Face Champions, Rad Wagon, Puppy Pendulum, Possum Pendulum, Penis Pendulum, Hand Rail Suicide, Angel Snack, Just the Tip, Three Skin Jet Black Pope, we went back to Mouse Rat, and now we are Scarecrow Boat. God, when I hear myself say Scarecrow Boat out loud, I kind of hate it." (Season 1 episode Rock Show)
    • MYNX
        • Jasmine's sister, who ends up a singing career of her own after stealing Fiji's magic coin. (Season 2 episode Ovation)
    • Nadya The Lonely Sparrow
        • Singer that Jonathan is hired to find, formerly Irenna the Lonely White Dove. (Season 1 episode The Case of the Lonely White Dove)
    • The Nakatomi Boys Choir
        • One of the musicians listed on the Julian Grendel's illegal "private label" in South Africa. Name is a reference to the movie Die Hard.
    • Nanny G
        • Singer of children's music - and Frasier's first wife. "Tickle your tummy, Life is kind of yummy, When you're feeling crummy, Just look up and laugh a lot!" (Season 10 episode 16 One Hugs, the Other Doesn't)
    • Nantucket String Quartet
        • Music group Helen auditions for (Season 4 episode The Gift)
    • Natalie Is Freezing
        • Britta sings song Pillar of Garbage by Natalie is Freezing in season 6 episode 3, and the band itself, led by a girl named Julie (played by Lisa Loeb), because why would one of them be named Natalie when they're artists, appears in season 6 episode 7.
    • New Blue
        • One of the bands listed on the marquee outside the music club when Howard arrives on Earth.
    • New Kids In The Ditch
        • L.T. Smash of Star Blitzzz Promotions creates a new boy band in Springfield featuring Bart and his friends called The Party Posse, signing them to Classified Records - the company behind New Kids in the Ditch and Boy-nudo. As it turns out, it's all part of a Navy recruitment program called Project Boy Band. (Season 12 episode New Kids on the Blecch)
    • The New Shebangs Featuring Big Timmy
        • One of three musical acts mentioned as having headlined at Mr. Burns' Casino before it was demolished - Little Timmy and the Shebangs, The Shebangs and The New Shebangs featuring Big Timmy. (Season 10 episode Viva Ned Flanders)
    • Nick Crowley
        • Rock star, musical whose life Shawn saves. (Season 3 episode The Ballad of Kevin and Tess)
    • Nicolo Pitera
        • Giulia owns a Nicolo Pitera record, a nod to Animator Nick Pitera that worked on the film.
    • No Refund
        • When *NSYNC performed on SNL they didn't want to just sing, they wanted to do a skit. No Refund was the new opening act for a band called 6 Degrees Celcius (or something like that). They sang the song 'Supersize It'.
    • The Northsiders
        • One of the names thrown out there when the guys were picking out a name for the band. Ultimately, Joey 'The Lips' came up with The Commitments.
    • Nothing Rhymes With Orange
        • One of the many pervious names of Andy's band. Andy: "The band has had a few different names over the years. We started, we were Teddy Bear Suicide, but then we changed it to Mouse Rat. Then we were God Hates Figs, Department of Homeland Obscurity, Flames for Flames, Muscle Confusion, Nothing Rhymes with Orange, then Everything Rhymes with Orange, Punch Face Champions, Rad Wagon, Puppy Pendulum, Possum Pendulum, Penis Pendulum, Hand Rail Suicide, Angel Snack, Just the Tip, Three Skin Jet Black Pope, we went back to Mouse Rat, and now we are Scarecrow Boat. God, when I hear myself say Scarecrow Boat out loud, I kind of hate it." (Season 1 episode Rock Show)
    • Notorious P.I.G.
        • What up? It's Porky Pig. They call me P Double, Al G. step to me, he don't want no trouble. I was famous before the internets. Since 1935, I've been getting respect. This pig is lit, I'm super legit. Every time I'm out in public, people askin' me for pics. You, nobody knows you when you walk the street. How your last name Rhythm, and you still off-beat? Off-beat! From beginning to the end, I'm here for all the smoke. Your squad ain't all-star, your squad is all jokes. All jokes! End this with one bar, most famous of all quotes. This battle is now over. That... That... That's all folks.
    • Nuclear Dust Cloud
        • When Jasper asks what a nuclear dust cloud is, Todd tries to protect him from the truth by saying it was a Ska band from the 90s (Season 3 episode 18 Nature's Horchata)
    • Numb Nuts
        • Joey's little sister Dina's boyfriend Bobby's and his friend Rooster's straight up gangster rap band. (Season 8 episode The One With Monica's Boots)
    • Odysseus Choerilos
        • Musician. Alex: "The little speakers of my stereo were all arranged round the room, on ceiling, walls, floor, so, lying on my bed slooshying the music, I was like netted and meshed in the orchestra. Now what I fancied first tonight was this new violin concerto by the American Geoffrey Plautus, played by Odysseus Choerilos with the Macon (Georgia) Philharmonic, so I slid it from where it was neatly filed and switched on and waited."
    • Omm-Pah-Pahs
        • Band featured at the ski lodge restaurant where Bob and Emily stay during their spontaneous weekend getaway, featuring Don on the tuba, Marv on the boom base and leader Dave on the accordion. (Season 1 episode Let's Get Away From it Almost)
    • Organic Anti-Beat Box Band
        • Time has come, now we jam with the uplift mofo party plan. We're the organic anti-beat box band. (song Organic Anti-Beat Box Band)
    • The Original Flight Of The Conchords
        • From episode The Third Conchord - the name Bret uses for his version of the band when Jermaine kicks him out to work with Todd.
    • P Raisin and The Manhead
        • Bill & Ted meet their older selves playing open mic night at The Alibi Lounge at the La Bonita Hotel in San Dimas 2022. Also listed on the board to perform include The Chet and Trent Project, and P Raisin and the Manhead.
    • Pale Horse
        • Chapter 12: 'A Stronger Loving World'. Page 1: Mass death and spattered blood at the Pale Horse concert.
    • Pale Horse (band)
        • The name of the band that was playing Madison Square Garden in New York the night that the giant alien squid appeared, the concert that was made into a movie by Steven Spielberg. (Season 1 episode Little Fear of Lightning)
    • The Party Posse
        • L.T. Smash of Star Blitzzz Promotions creates a new boy band in Springfield featuring Bart and his friends called The Party Posse, signing them to Classified Records. As it turns out, it's all part of a Navy recruitment program called Project Boy Band. (Season 12 episode New Kids on the Blecch)
    • Penis Pendulum
        • One of the many pervious names of Andy's band. Andy: "The band has had a few different names over the years. We started, we were Teddy Bear Suicide, but then we changed it to Mouse Rat. Then we were God Hates Figs, Department of Homeland Obscurity, Flames for Flames, Muscle Confusion, Nothing Rhymes with Orange, then Everything Rhymes with Orange, Punch Face Champions, Rad Wagon, Puppy Pendulum, Possum Pendulum, Penis Pendulum, Hand Rail Suicide, Angel Snack, Just the Tip, Three Skin Jet Black Pope, we went back to Mouse Rat, and now we are Scarecrow Boat. God, when I hear myself say Scarecrow Boat out loud, I kind of hate it." (Season 1 episode Rock Show)
    • Pigpoke
        • The movie follows a fictional Austin, Texas musician's attempt to put together a tour for his struggling and under-appreciated band Pigpoke.
    • Pink Triangle
        • Panel 8: Another triangle image (compare with Pyramid Deliveries) and the militant feminist symbol. The poster read, "Pink Triangle LIVE at the Gay Women Against Rape Benefit Concert."
        • Gay band holding a benefit concert, as seen on a poster hung on the side of the newsstand. (Season 1 episode Little Fear of Lightning)
    • Pious Riot
        • The band once known as Quiet Riot, performing at the Protestant Youth Festival. "Come on feel the Lord!" (Season 16 episode The Father, the Son and the Holy Guest Star)
    • Piss Day
        • Piss version of Green Day from extended "Green Piss" scene where Danny and Wheeler ad lib a bunch of piss jokes.
    • Policemen's Benevolent Association Orchestra
        • The Maestro's orchestra. (Season 7 episode The Maestro)
    • Poncier
        • Fictional band featuring Cliff Poncier, grunge musician played by Matt Dillon.
    • Poppo's Ragtime Band
        • A celebrity clown's musical act mentioned in Season 2 episode A Little Nightmare Music.
    • Possum Pendulum
        • One of the many pervious names of Andy's band. Andy: "The band has had a few different names over the years. We started, we were Teddy Bear Suicide, but then we changed it to Mouse Rat. Then we were God Hates Figs, Department of Homeland Obscurity, Flames for Flames, Muscle Confusion, Nothing Rhymes with Orange, then Everything Rhymes with Orange, Punch Face Champions, Rad Wagon, Puppy Pendulum, Possum Pendulum, Penis Pendulum, Hand Rail Suicide, Angel Snack, Just the Tip, Three Skin Jet Black Pope, we went back to Mouse Rat, and now we are Scarecrow Boat. God, when I hear myself say Scarecrow Boat out loud, I kind of hate it." (Season 1 episode Rock Show)
    • The Problems
        • Fictional band in the movie. One of the bandmembers is played by Trent Reznor of Nine Inch Nails.
    • The Professor And Maryann
        • One of the musicians listed on the Julian Grendel's illegal "private label" in South Africa. Name is reference to Gilligan's Island.
    • The Protestant Reformation
        • Lucy's father's old band that he mentions at dinner with Lucy and Charlie. (Season 1 episode Homecoming)
    • Pubic Enemy
        • Joke Jillian makes about her favorite band, play on Public Enemy. (Season 2 episode Teenage Mutant Ninja Roommates)
    • Punch Face Champions
        • One of the many pervious names of Andy's band. Andy: "The band has had a few different names over the years. We started, we were Teddy Bear Suicide, but then we changed it to Mouse Rat. Then we were God Hates Figs, Department of Homeland Obscurity, Flames for Flames, Muscle Confusion, Nothing Rhymes with Orange, then Everything Rhymes with Orange, Punch Face Champions, Rad Wagon, Puppy Pendulum, Possum Pendulum, Penis Pendulum, Hand Rail Suicide, Angel Snack, Just the Tip, Three Skin Jet Black Pope, we went back to Mouse Rat, and now we are Scarecrow Boat. God, when I hear myself say Scarecrow Boat out loud, I kind of hate it." (Season 1 episode Rock Show)
    • Pussycat
        • Pussycat, a former rock 'n' roll singer now working for Catwoman, scratches Robin with the drug cataphrenic, making him Catwoman's plaything. (Episode That Darn Catwoman)
    • Queen Booty Shaykah
        • Bart sneaks out of the house to attend the Murder 4 Life Benefit all star concert at Springfield Coliseum, featuring rappers Da Glock Pointaz, Romeo Smoov, Queen Booty Shaykah, M.C. Champagne Millionaire and Assault Weapon Magazine's Man of the Year - Alcatraaaz. (Season 16 episode Pranksta Rap)
    • Quinn "Howling Man" Mallory
        • Quinn's counterpart on the horror world is a British musician. (Season 4 episode The Alternateville Horror)
    • Rachel Jordan
        • Performer at the church's ice cream social. "They call her the Christian Madonna." (Season 12 episode I'm Goin' to Praiseland)
    • Rad Wagon
        • One of the many pervious names of Andy's band. Andy: "The band has had a few different names over the years. We started, we were Teddy Bear Suicide, but then we changed it to Mouse Rat. Then we were God Hates Figs, Department of Homeland Obscurity, Flames for Flames, Muscle Confusion, Nothing Rhymes with Orange, then Everything Rhymes with Orange, Punch Face Champions, Rad Wagon, Puppy Pendulum, Possum Pendulum, Penis Pendulum, Hand Rail Suicide, Angel Snack, Just the Tip, Three Skin Jet Black Pope, we went back to Mouse Rat, and now we are Scarecrow Boat. God, when I hear myself say Scarecrow Boat out loud, I kind of hate it." (Season 1 episode Rock Show)
    • Ragtime Rascals
        • The band Miles played clarinet for in the past.
    • Rambo Tabernacle Choir
        • Joke Dan makes about nuns who attack somebody. (Season 6 episode The Night Court Before Christmas)
    • Ramsey Sellers
        • Fictional musician (from Chris Gaines album liner notes, discussing the inspiration for the song "It Don't Matter To The Sun"): Some people think I recorded this song for my father. When I was a kid, he had every record Ramsey Sellers ever made. I even remember my father having Ramsey Sellers eight tracks for the car. His favorite song was "It Don't Matter To The Sun". He sang that song to my mother for as long as I can remember. After my father's death, my mother had no one to sing this song to her. Truth is, I recorded this song for her.
    • Rapmaster ALF
        • ALF's rapping political candidate musical alter ego in Kate's dream (Season 2 episode Hail to the Chief)
    • The Rapping Wizards
        • The band Blake starts after the guys kick him out of Menergy. (Season 5 episode Menergy Crisis)
    • Rat Mouse
        • Andy's band Mouse Rat, when they play gigs without Andy. (Season 2 episode The Freddy Spaghetti, Season 5 episode Swing Vote)
    • The Rated R
        • Hip-hop artist that joins William Shatner for the song "No Tears for Caesar" in his musical version of Julius Caesar.
    • Ratt Eatter
        • Band that performs at the Battle of the Bands - seen written on the wall below Wyld Stallyns, during the fight scene with Rufus' former gym teacher Chuck De Nomolos.
    • The Reasonably Good Band
        • Richard: We called ourselves The Reasonably Good Band, but in fact we weren't. Our intention was to be the Beatles of the early eighties, but we got much better financial and legal advice than the Beatles ever did.
    • Red Breem And His Band Of Some Esteem
        • Band playing at the Springfield Community Center when Abe takes Marge's mother dancing. (Season 5 episode Lady Bouvier's Lover)
    • Rembrandt and the Shandelles
        • Featuring a backup singer named Violet. (Season 2 episode Time Again and World)
    • Rembrandt Brown
        • Musician known as Crying Man because he cried on stage. Also known as Remmy. (Pilot episode)
    • Rene Ramirez
        • Circuit City's version of Christina Aguilera or Britney Spears. They even put up a fake website for promotion purposes.
    • Rhymenoceros
        • Jermaine's rapping name from season 1 episode 3. "Who's the motherflippin? I'm the motherflippin'."
        • "I'm the mother flippin' Rhymenocerous. My beats are fat and the birds are on my back and I'm horny, I'm horny."
    • Ria Paschelle
        • Rufus introduces 23rd century musician Ria Paschelle to a class at Bill & Ted University, the inventor of the Statia-phonic-oxygenetic-amplify-a-grapha-phonic-del-a-verberator. "Hard to imagine the world without them, isn't it?"
    • Robo-Pavarotti
        • Susan Saint Jackalope mentions taking his android daughter Stanley to see Robo-Pavarotti. (Season 3 The Outlaw Wild Sam Bladden)
    • Rock And Roll Buddies
        • Band Jason Mendoza says he wanted to create with Michael (Season 2 episode Best Self)
    • Rockers to Help Explain Whitewater
        • Episode Rockers to Help Explain Whitewater. A group of artists brought together to help explain The Clintons' Whitewater scandal to the nation. The name of the song is 'It's Difficult', released on Jasmine Records.
    • The Rolling Who
        • Maggie mentions a rock band from her world, The Rolling Who, a combination of The Who and the Rolling Stones, that performed a rock opera called Angie, actually a Rolling Stones song in reality. (Season 4 episode Common Ground)
    • Romeo Smoov
        • Bart sneaks out of the house to attend the Murder 4 Life Benefit all star concert at Springfield Coliseum, featuring rappers Da Glock Pointaz, Romeo Smoov, Queen Booty Shaykah, M.C. Champagne Millionaire and Assault Weapon Magazine's Man of the Year - Alcatraaaz. (Season 16 episode Pranksta Rap)
    • Roscoe
        • Rapping Roscoe (King Cotton) in the chicken 'n' waffles commerical mentions that he signed a contract with Mo Fuzz during his song in the end credits.
    • The Royal Light Orchestra
        • Local orchestra playing at Howell hall.
    • Ruby Tuesdays
        • Sean tells Charlie that the Rolling Stones are playing a secret show at the Roxy under the name Ruby Tuesdays, but it turns out to be a bunch of guys who work at Ruby Tuesday's doing covers of Rolling Stones songs. (Season 5 Charlie & the Houseful of Hookers)
    • Rusty Vulture
        • Brother of Rack vulture, the lead singer of heavy metal rock band - he records an album from prison (Season 2 episode Sledge, Rattle & Roll)
    • Sapphire Bullets
        • TMBG pretending to be a TMBG cover band.Introduced as "the only They Might Be Giants tribute band that matters." The name comes from the TMBG song "Sapphire Bullets Of Pure Love".
    • Satanica
        • When the Christian rock band Kovenant performs at the Simpsons' church, Lisa mentions that the bass player is from the band Satanica. (Season 11 episode Alone Again, Natura-Diddly)
    • The Satin Knights
        • Musical act featured at Quicksands casino in Las Vegas, from Homer and Ned's gambling trip: The Satin Knights sing The Moody Blues / Opening Act: The Moody Blues. (Season 10 episode Viva Ned Flanders)
    • Scrantonicity
        • One of Pam's wedding band options that turns out to be Kevin's band. (Season 2 episode Casino Night) Kevin's band plays at Phyllis' Wedding (Season 3 episode Phyllis' Wedding)
    • Scrantonicity 2
        • Kevin's new band, after apparently having some sort of a falling out with his old band Scrantonicity (Season 4 episode Money)
    • The Secret Doors
        • Musician listed on old jukebox in Season 5 episode 13 Basic Sandwich.
    • Selma Telse
        • Famous singer that got her start on the TV talent show Hot Shot (Season 1 episode Fifteen Million Merits)
    • Sensible Shoes
        • Rock band Howard takes his son Howie to that smashes their instruments and tries to set the audience on fire. (Season 4 The Boy Next Door)
    • Sex Bob-Omb
        • Scott's band. Songs include: Launchpad McQuack and My Threshold.
        • "We are Sex Bob-Omb and we're here to make you think about death and get sad and stuff!"
        • "We are Sex Bob-Omb - we are here to make money and sell out and stuff!"
        • "We are Sex Bob-Omb and we are here to watch Scott Pilgrim kick your teeth in! "
    • Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band
        • The Beatles' alter ego on their album of the same name.
    • The Shebangs
        • One of three musical acts mentioned as having headlined at Mr. Burns' Casino before it was demolished - Little Timmy and the Shebangs, The Shebangs and The New Shebangs featuring Big Timmy. (Season 10 episode Viva Ned Flanders)
    • Shitpope
        • Billy's punk rock band (Season 2 episode Candy of the Year)
    • Shitty Beatles
        • Band playing at The Gas Works heavy metal bar. They suck. it's not just a clever name.
    • Sir Smoke-a-Lot
        • Dave Chappelle also played the marijuana smoking rapper Sir Smoke-a-Lot.
    • Skalvester Skallone
        • Jake and Gina's high school ska band Skalvester Skallone had one song called Stop or My Mom Will Ska. Parody of Sylvester Stallone's movie Stop or My Mom Will Shoot. (Season 6 episode The Tattler)
    • Slam-a-Jam
        • Musician's music video that Buddy watches, then orders someone to research the director, find out who his agent is, and what he's doing next, and then track down the blonde in the video wearing an American flag kind of thing.
    • Sonic Death Monkey
        • Barry: We're no longer called Sonic Death Monkey. We're on the verge of becoming Kathleen Turner Overdrive, but just for tonight, we are Barry Jive and the Uptown Five.
    • Sonic Grave
        • Metal band, one hit wonder with their power ballad, Don't Close Your Eyes.
    • Sons of Thunder
        • Ian the Shark: "Here's the Sons of Thunder from their album Scrambled Eggs and Wobbly Legs. This is Ian the Shark on the station with more hair, more flair, yet so debonair: KPPX. Rebel Radio-oh-oh-oh-oh."
    • Sparkle Motion
        • Donnie's sister Samantha's dance team. The Sparkle Motion girls dance to Duran Duran's song Notorious at the school talent show.
    • Spellena
        • The witch version of musician Selena, drawn on the wall in the downstairs arcade in the San Antonio Military Drive location.
    • Spider Simpson Orchestra
        • Band that used to play with crooner Johnny Favorite.
    • The Spinning Topps
        • Pop group that featured lead singer Rembrandt Brown until their breakup in the late 1970s. (Pilot episode)
    • The Springfield Drum And Bugle Corps
        • One of Flagg's favorite marching bands in the Armed Forces Day parade, as well as a group of undercover Cobra operatives (Issue #5 "Tanks" for the Memories)
    • Springfield Mental Asylum Marching Band
        • Otto's girlfriend Becky drives Marge crazy, and Marge is declared insane and locked up… and for some reason, there's a marching band. (Season 11 episode It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad Marge)
    • Springfield Philharmonic
        • Local orchestra in Springfield.
        • The Springfield Philharmonic orchestra plays the theme from Psycho on a bus. (Season 8 episode The Springfield Files)
        • After a humiliating trip to the famous Shelbyville Theater District, Marge convinces the Springfield Cultural Activities Board to upgrade Springfield's image by hiring architect Frank Gehry to build the new Springfield Concert Hall for the Springfield Philharmonic as "a $30 million screw you to Shelbyville". (Season 16 episode The Seven-Beer Snitch)
    • Springfield Pops
        • Homer and Marge attend a Springfield Pops concert in Jebediah Springfield Park, but leave when Homer complains about them butchering the classics - John Williams' Star Wars score. (Season 6 episode The Springfield Connection)
    • SSSS SSSS SSSS
        • Music poster on the wall at Snake M.I.T. in 1985, parody of Michael Jackson's Bad. (Season 4 episode Rattlesnake Ricklactica)
    • STAN
        • Band that Devin mentions to Leena in the car at the end.
    • Star Lights New record added 9/25/2021
        • Mac’s old acapela singing group that used to perform at the Velasco Theater. (Season 7 episode Razing Bull)
    • Starlettes
        • Rembrandt's love Alesha - a psychiatrist on the Druid world - was a backup singer for the Starlettes back on the sliders' homeworld. (Season 3 episode Dragonslide)
    • Starlight Magic 7
        • Band mentioned for the theoretical future Bing-Gellar wedding. (Season 6 episode The One Where Paul's the Man)
    • Stash Kroh
        • Musician Alex mentions at the record store: "I walked in and the only other customers were two young ptitsas sucking away at ice-sticks (and this, mark, was dead cold winter and sort of shuffling through the new pop-discs - Johnny Burnaway, Stash Kroh, The Mixers, Lay Quit Awhile With Ed And Id Molotov, and all the rest of that cal)."
    • Stephanie Schiffer
        • Professional musician that Terry, the manager at Central Perk, hires to play on Sunday - Chrissie Hynde of the Pretenders. (The One with the Baby on the Bus)
    • The Steve Sax Trio
        • Steve Sex's jazz band he's playing with when Smithers enlists him for the power plant softball team. (Season 3 episode Homer at the Bat)
    • Stoker
        • Goth rock vampire band on the vampire world named after the author of Dracula in a world where vampires exist but Dracula is not a famous fictional vampire. (Season 3 episode Stoker)
    • Susan "Susie" Jessup
        • Glenda and Deke start touring throughout Texas with other music acts.
    • Swanky Modes
        • "Those two negro performers" according to Josh's mom. Played by Junior Walker and Sam Moore.
    • Sweet Mama Jessup
        • Susan Saint Jackalope offers Tiger a copy of Sweet Mama Jessup's Greatest Hits album. (Season 2 episode Ultra-Max)
    • The Swing Kings
        • Band Chandler wants for the wedding. (Season 7 episode The One With the Cheap Wedding Dress)
    • Tabitha Vixx New record added 9/23/2021
        • Payola recording artist Tabitha Vixx sings the national anthem - and her hit song Trouble - when the Springfield Isotopes play the Cosmos/Cosmopolitans at Isotope Stadium, another team in the Tornado Belt League. (Season 17 episode Marge and Homer Turn a Couple Play)
    • Tao Jones Index
        • David Bowie released a live version of Pallas Athena and performed at the Phoenix Festival in 1997 under this name.
    • Taylor Spliff't
        • Taylor Swift reggae cover band that Eleanor's roommate scores tickets to (Season 2 episode Somewhere Else)
    • Teddy Bear Suicide
        • One of the many pervious names of Andy's band. Andy: "The band has had a few different names over the years. We started, we were Teddy Bear Suicide, but then we changed it to Mouse Rat. Then we were God Hates Figs, Department of Homeland Obscurity, Flames for Flames, Muscle Confusion, Nothing Rhymes with Orange, then Everything Rhymes with Orange, Punch Face Champions, Rad Wagon, Puppy Pendulum, Possum Pendulum, Penis Pendulum, Hand Rail Suicide, Angel Snack, Just the Tip, Three Skin Jet Black Pope, we went back to Mouse Rat, and now we are Scarecrow Boat. God, when I hear myself say Scarecrow Boat out loud, I kind of hate it." (Season 1 episode Rock Show)
    • The Tex Warner Show
        • Touring music act. Glenda tries to convince Deke to join the Tex Warner Show.
    • Tex's Rough Ridin' Ramblers
        • Musical act. Glenda convinces Deke to sing a song with the backing of Tex's Rough Ridin' Ramblers.
    • The Febs
        • The plane took off without incident. The moment was structured that way. There was a barbershop quartet on board. They were optometrists, too. They called themselves The Febs, which was an acronym for Four-eyed Bastards.
    • The Kinky Wizards
        • Barry: We're no longer called Sonic Death Monkey. We're on the verge of becoming Kathleen Turner Overdrive, but just for tonight, we are Barry Jive and the Uptown Five.
    • the Yule Tones
        • According to Niles, Lawrence Emerson and his mandrel-caroling group, also known as The Yule Tones, are the bad boys of Renaissance Christmas music. (Season 10 episode We Two Kings)
    • Three Skin Jet Black Pope
        • One of the many pervious names of Andy's band. Andy: "The band has had a few different names over the years. We started, we were Teddy Bear Suicide, but then we changed it to Mouse Rat. Then we were God Hates Figs, Department of Homeland Obscurity, Flames for Flames, Muscle Confusion, Nothing Rhymes with Orange, then Everything Rhymes with Orange, Punch Face Champions, Rad Wagon, Puppy Pendulum, Possum Pendulum, Penis Pendulum, Hand Rail Suicide, Angel Snack, Just the Tip, Three Skin Jet Black Pope, we went back to Mouse Rat, and now we are Scarecrow Boat. God, when I hear myself say Scarecrow Boat out loud, I kind of hate it." (Season 1 episode Rock Show)
    • Time Warp
        • Sonic Grave briefly changed their name to Time Warp.
    • Timmy and the Lords of the Underworld
        • Handicapped Timmy Burch forms his own band after being excused from homework due to ADD. (episode Timmy 2000)
    • Tiny Rogerts
        • Black effeminate musician from the 50s, sang the song "Blomp Blomp-a-Noop Noop-a-noop Noop Noop" (Season 1 episode Ricksy Business)
    • Tito Gallegos
        • Singer, also known as The Pig Latin Lover, a Spanish musician who sings classic staples in Pig Latin (episode 4 On Melrose Avenue)
    • The Todds
        • Country music mother and daughter duo that flies Sandpiper Airlines (Season 8 episode Wingless)
    • Tommy Stone
        • Reporter Stuart is taken off the Slade story and assigned to the Tommy Stone tour.
        • In recognition of the 24th anniversary of Andy Kaufman's death, Comic Relief presented "The Return of Tony Clifton", with his Katrina Kiss My Ass Orchestra, a national tour benefiting Gulf Coast musicians, dancers, and singers affected by Hurricane Katrina.
    • Toothless Hawkins And His Robot Jazz Band
        • Fictional band from Varien & Razihel's song "Toothless Hawkins and his Robot Jazz Band".
    • Top Disease-y
        • Monster Mini-Golf version of ZZ Top, from a framed record on the wall in the creepy WIRD "Weird Radio" DJ booth at the San Antonio Military Drive location.
    • Tor Jolan
        • Bajoran musician that Bashir plays while on the shuttle with Kira, shortly before the crossover into the Mirror Universe. (Season 2 episode Crossover)
    • Traci Jenkins And The Jenkenettes
        • The president plays a song called Prisoner to My Emotions by Traci Jenkins and the Jenkenettes (Season 3 episode The Rickchurian Mortydate)
    • Tracy Jenkins
        • Canadian country singer offered the protection of the Consulate and the police after receiving a death threat during her tour in Chicago. (Season 4 episode Mountie Sings the Blues)
    • Trish
        • Trish had a hit single back in college called, I Want Your Cray Cray. (Season 2 episode AKA I Want Your Cray Cray)
    • Tusk
        • Grammy award winning rapper (Season 3 episode Hated in the Nation. A Tusk poster is seen in the background (Season 4 episode Arkangel) Mentioned on the TV show Entertainment Daily! (Season 5 episode Rachel, Jack and Ashley Too)
    • TwaughtHammer
        • Jesse's band, mentioned on his mySHOUT page that Skyler finds after star-69ing the phone number from the suspicious "AT&T telemarketing call" that Walt answered while they were eating, which was actually from Jesse, and then running a phone trace through Finder SPYder search engine: "General Interests: Fine herbage! Keeping in real, Jiu Ryo Ki Kung-Fu (Blue belt with shuriken certification). Banging the skins with my smokin band 'TwaughtHammer'. European motocross (plan to attend Wheelie School in Vegas this summer). MILFs, MILFs, MILFs, MILFs!" (Season 1 episode Cat's in the Bag…)
    • Two Bit Billy
        • "Two-bit Billy was the coolest guy I ever saw, didn't want no piece of the pie, he had to take it all. With his guitar slung low hangin' right about the knee, he made the biggest scene, he made the ladies scream, he had a snakebite smile if you know what I mean." (song Livin for the Minute / album Open Up and Say... B-sides)
    • Two Shoes
        • "Everybody calls me Two Shoes 'cause i always wear two shoes... I know it's not much of a nickname, but by the time i got around to getting my nickname all the good ones were taken." (song The Blues Song)
    • The Ultimate Losers
        • Rock band. The singer is still a jerk.
    • Up With White People
        • Fictional musicians advertised in Branson, Missouri when Bart and his friends arrive with his fake ID and rental car. Parody of Up with People, an international organization known for its musical performances. (Season 7 episode Bart on the Road)
    • Uptown Girl
        • Band at the Catalina Wine Mixer - California’s preeminent 1980s Billy Joel cover band.
    • The Uptown Ivory Orchestra
        • Band playing at the Vandergelds' Southampton Nuclear Opposition Benefit (SNOB)
    • Vamanos Pest (band)
        • When Badger and Skinny Pete buy roadie cases from a local music store for Walt and Jesse to use alongside their new Vamanos Pest company, the salesperson asks them the name of their band, telling them he'll throw in stenciling. (Season 5 episode Hazard Pay)
    • The Vampire Lestat
        • Lestat joined the band Satan's Night Out and changed their name to The Vampire Lestat.. They released 12 songs and 7 music videos.. . The videos included: The Legacy of Marius. The Children of Darkness. The Grand Sabbatt.
    • Vesuvius
        • Fish's old rock band that kicks him out when they sign a record contract and go on tour with Whitesnake.
    • Wailing Fungus
        • Episode Bendin' in the Wind. One of the bands that performs at the Monsters of Vaguely Folkish Alterna-Rock concert with Beck and Bender.
    • The Warhols
        • Band that Jennifer Goines mentions in episode 2, says her cover band 12 Monkeys opened for them.
    • Way / No Way
        • Ross and Chandler's band from college, from 1991 flashback. (Season 10 episode The One Where the Stripper Cries)
    • Waylon Chong
        • On the world where Rembrandt's counterpart was the King, the King's talent agent Captain Jack Brim mentions some of the other acts that he represents, including The Bass Ace, and Waylon Chong - a country and western act, the hottest in all of Red China. (Season 1 episode The King is Back)
    • Waylon Jennings & Madam
        • Fictional show featuring real life country singer Waylon Jennings and puppet Madame, advertised in Branson, Missouri when Bart and his friends arrive with his fake ID and rental car. (Season 7 episode Bart on the Road)
    • Wayne Newman
        • Singer Nick represents - he depends on people mixing him up with Wayne Newton(Season 4 episode 20 Save the Last Dance for Me)
    • Wendell Sanders
        • Star of vanity video for the song The Power of Wings. (Season 3 episode The Power of Wings)
    • Where's My Sandwich?
        • Joke Andy's girlfriend makes about the name of Andy's band - they should change their name… (Season 1 episode Rock Show)
    • The Whifflesnuffs
        • Springfield University's collegiate a cappella group that needs new cummerbunds. (Season 11 episode Faith Off)
    • Whitey Ford
        • Everlast's alter ego on album Whitey Ford Sings the Blues.
    • Whizzer Deaver And The Whizztones
        • Band that the guy Kate's mother starts dating used to be in (Season 1 episode I've Got a New Attitude)
    • Willie Beck
        • Musician Juliana thinks about: "And it better be a really fine hotel, she thought, or it's all off. Even this late. And we'll ask them at the hotel what's the best place in Denver to eat. And the name of a good nightclub where we can see a once-in-a-lifetime act, not some local talent but some big names from Europe, like Eleanor Perez or Willie Beck. I know great UFA stars like that come out to Denver, because I've seen the ads. And I won't settle for anything less."
    • Willie Spellson
        • Monster Mini-Golf version of Willie Nelson, from a framed record on the wall in the creepy WIRD "Weird Radio" DJ booth at the San Antonio Military Drive location.
    • Witness
        • Band Ruth mentions in the locker room: Witness is playing at the Dome. (Pilot episode)
    • Wülfsmöøon
        • Marius informs the gang that they will be doing a private show for Wulfric von Rydingsvard, a singer from the band Wülfsmöøon which Shaggy admires.
    • Ye Merry Men
        • Robin Hood's band of merry men, in the ALF version of the story, they are an actual musical band (Season 1 episode Robin Hood)
    • Young Bidness
        • Unbelievable mega superstar interviewed on the Morty Jebsen Show. (Season 5 episode Meegan & Andre Break Up)
    • The Zephys New record added 10/14/2021
        • Singing group that one of Bob’s prison inmate clients used to belong. (Season 6 episode Ex-Con Job)
    • Ziggy Stardust And The Spiders From Mars
        • Song: Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars.
    • Zulu Arrangement New record added 10/3/2021
        • Song Simmer Down by Zulu Arrangement plays on the radio.
        • Mos Def

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