112 (band) 112 is an American R&B quartet from Atlanta, Georgia. Formerly artists on Bad Boy Records, the group signed to the Def Soul roster in 2002. They had great success in the late 1990s and early 2000s with hits such as "Only You", "Anywhere" and the Grammy Award-nominated single, "Peaches & Cream".
2gether (band) 2gether was an American fictional boy band whose composition, songs, and formation story is a satirical approach to the boy bands of the 1990s such as New Kids on the Block, 'N Sync and Backstreet Boys. They were part of a self-titled MTV TV movie and spin-off television series.
3Deep 3Deep were a soul-pop music boy band composed of American actors Eddie Cibrian and Joshua Morrow, and Canadian singer CJ Huyer.
3for3 3for3 is an American Christian music trio from Nashville, Tennessee. They started making music in 2015, with their first extended play, The EP, that was released by Maxx Recordings. The songs, "Halfway" and "Keep It 100", both charted on the Billboard magazine charts.
3rd Storee 3rd Storee is an American R&B group that was active in the late 1990s and early 2000s. Their debut single, "If Ever", peaked at #7 on the UK Singles Chart in June 1999.
3rd Wish 3rd Wish is an American boygroup. The group consists of Ricky Gonzales, Justin Martin and Alex Acosta. They have had a Top 10 hit with "Obsesión", and are known for their songs "I Am" and "Niña".
3T 3T is an American R&B/pop music group featuring the three sons of Tito Jackson and Delores "Dee Dee" Jackson. The band members include, from eldest, Toriano Adaryll Jackson, Jr., Taryll Adren Jackson and Tito Joe Jackson.
4 P.M. (group) 4 P.M. is an American male R&B group best known for their cover version of "Sukiyaki", which peaked at number 8 on the US Billboard Hot 100 in February 1995.
98 Degrees 98 Degrees is an American pop and Contemporary boy band consisting of four vocalists: brothers Nick and Drew Lachey, Justin Jeffre, and Jeff Timmons. The group was formed by Timmons in Los Angeles, California, although all of its members originate from Ohio.
After Romeo After Romeo is a pop band based in Los Angeles, California. The members of the band are Jayk Purdy, Drew Ryan Scott, Blake English, and T. C. Carter.
AJR (band) AJR is a New York City-based indie pop band composed of multi-instrumentalist brothers Adam, Jack, and Ryan Met. The band is a DIY pop group who write, produce, and mix their own material in the living room of their Chelsea apartment.
All-4-One All-4-One is an American male R&B and pop group best known for their cover hit single "I Swear" from their self-titled 1994 debut album.
Alvin and the Chipmunks Alvin and the Chipmunks, originally David Seville and the Chipmunks or simply The Chipmunks, is an American animated music group created by Ross Bagdasarian, Sr., for a novelty record in 1958.
Another Bad Creation Another Bad Creation were an American hip hop and new jack swing group from Atlanta, Georgia.
Aqua (band) Aqua is a Danish eurodance group, best known for their 1997 breakthrough single "Barbie Girl". The group formed in 1989 and achieved huge success around the globe in the late 1990s and early 2000s. The group released three albums: Aquarium in 1997, Aquarius in 2000 and Megalomania in 2011.
ATL (band) ATL was an R&B group from Atlanta, Georgia. The vocalists are Tré, Will, L-Rock and rapper Danger. They had enlisted R. Kelly to produce their debut album The ATL Project, released in July 2004. Two singles released from this album: "Calling All Girls", and "Make It Up With Love".
Aziatix Aziatix were an Asian-American music group. The individuals in the group were brought together by veteran producer Jae Chong.
Az Yet Az Yet is an American R&B group from Philadelphia, best known for their songs "Last Night" and the cover "Hard to Say I'm Sorry" originally performed by Chicago.
B2K B2K was an American R&B boy band that was active from 1998 to 2004. In 1998, the group was formed by American record producer Chris Stokes. They released their self-titled debut album on March 12, 2002.
B3 (band) B3 was an American pop boy band from New York City. They were formed in 2001 and were first produced by O-Jay of German dance band Real McCoy. Original members were Timothy Andrew Cruz, John Steven Sutherland and Rod Michael. When Michael left in 2002, Blair Madison Late joined in.
B5 (group) B5, previously known as TNT Boyz and Audio, was a R&B music group originating from St. Petersburg, Florida which later relocated to Atlanta, Georgia. The group consisted of five brothers, Dustin Michael, Kelly Allen, Patrick Owen, Carnell Frederick, and Bryan Jesse Breeding.
Bacilos Bacilos was a music group based in Miami, Florida, USA. A leading practitioner of latin pop, the band had several hits on the Billboard Latin charts and had considerable success in the Latin Grammies, most notably, their albums Caraluna and Sin Vergüenza won the 2003 and 2005 Grammy Awards for...
Backstreet Boys The Backstreet Boys are an American vocal group, formed in Orlando, Florida in 1993. The group consists of AJ McLean, Howie D., Nick Carter, Kevin Richardson, and Brian Littrell.
Baha Men The Baha Men are a Bahamian band playing a modernized style of Bahamian music called junkanoo. They are best remembered for their Grammy Award-winning hit song "Who Let the Dogs Out?".
Barrio Boyzz The Barrio Boyzz were a Latin pop group. The group was made up of Americans of Puerto rican descent and Colombian Americans who grew-up in New York City.
Before You Exit Before You Exit is an American pop rock band from Orlando, Florida. Formed in 2007, the band originally consisted of Connor McDonough, Braiden Wood, and Thomas Silvers and was known by the name "Soul Binder 39."
Bell Biv DeVoe Bell Biv DeVoe, also known as BBD, is an American music group that branched off from New Edition. It consists of three members of New Edition: Ricky Bell, Michael Bivins, and Ronnie DeVoe.
Bill Haley & His Comets Bill Haley & His Comets were an American rock and roll band, founded in 1952 and continued until Haley's death in 1981.
Blackstreet Blackstreet, often stylized as BLACKstreet, is an American R&B group founded in 1991 by Teddy Riley and Chauncey Hannibal, also known as "C. Black".
Boys Club (band) Boys Club was a Pop duo consisting of Gene Hunt and Joe Pasquale from Minneapolis, Minnesota that had a big hit with "I Remember Holding You" in 1989, which peaked at #8 on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100 In radio interviews conducted during the height of their success both Hunt and Pasquale stated...
Boyz II Men Boyz II Men is an American R&B vocal group from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, best known for emotional ballads and a cappella harmonies. They are currently a trio composed of baritone Nathan Morris alongside tenors Wanya Morris and Shawn Stockman.
Brockhampton (collective) Brockhampton, stylized as BROCKHAMPTON, is a Los Angeles-based American alternative hip hop "boyband" formed in San Marcos, Texas in 2015. Brockhampton was founded on Internet forum KanyeToThe, leading them to be described as 'The Internet's first boy band'.
Br'oZ Br'oZ is a Brazilian boy band formed in the second season of the reality show Popstars, broadcast by SBT in 2003. They released two albums during their career as a band, and spawned two huge hits in Brazil, "Prometida" and "Vem Pra Minha Vida".
Brutha Brutha was an American R&B music group composed of five brothers, namely Anthony Harrell, Cheyenne Harrell, Grady Harrell III, Jacob Harrell and Jared Overton. The group was formed in 2002 and Brian Mcknight first introduced them on the 2003 Soul Train Holiday Special.
Burnham (band) Burnham is a Vermont - based American pop band made up of three brothers: Alex, Andre, and Forrest Burnham. They are signed to Island Records and EMI Music Publishing.
Chitãozinho & Xororó Chitãozinho & Xororó are a Brazilian sertanejo duo. Chitãozinho is the stage name of José Lima Sobrinho and Xororó that of Durval de Lima. Their music, which combines traditional Brazilian caipira with pop, was instrumental in establishing the sertanejo genre.
CNCO CNCO is a Latin American boy band formed on December 13, 2015, after becoming the winning members of the first season of the La Banda singing competition series created by Simon Cowell and produced by Ricky Martin.
C-Note (band) C-Note is a boy band from Orlando, Florida. The group scored success in 1999 with their debut album, Different Kind of Love.
Color Me Badd Color Me Badd is an American contemporary R&B group that was formed in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. The original members of the group were lead singer Bryan Abrams, second tenor Mark Calderon, second tenor Sam Watters and baritone Kevin Thornton.
Danny & the Juniors Danny & the Juniors are a doo-wop and rock and roll vocal group from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania originally consisting of Danny Rapp, Dave White, Frank Maffei and Joe Terranova. Formed in 1955, they are most widely recognized for their 1958 hit single "At the Hop", recorded the previous year in 1957.
Day26 Day26 is an American male R&B music group formed in August 2007 by Sean "Diddy" Combs in a handpicked selection at the end of MTV's Making the Band 4. The group consists of Robert Curry, Brian Angel, Willie Taylor, Qwanell Mosley and Michael McCluney.
DeBarge DeBarge was an American musical group whose repertoire included R&B, soul, funk, and pop music. Active throughout the late 1970s and 1980s, the group comprised members of the DeBarge family. The group originally consisted of Mark, Randy, and El. Bunny, James, and Bobby joined later.
Dino, Desi & Billy Dino, Desi & Billy were an American singing group that existed between 1964 and 1969. The group featured Dean "Dino" Martin, Desi Arnaz, Jr., and their friend Billy Hinsche. A reconstituted version of the group performed between 1998 and 2010.
DNCE DNCE is an American dance-rock band. The group consists of vocalist Joe Jonas, drummer Jack Lawless, bassist and keyboardist Cole Whittle, and guitarist JinJoo Lee. The group signed with Republic Records, who released their debut single, "Cake by the Ocean", in September 2015.
Dr. Buzzard's Original Savannah Band Dr. Buzzard's Original Savannah Band was a big band- and swing-influenced disco band, formed in the Bronx, New York. They are best known for their #1 US dance hit, "Cherchez La Femme/C'est si bon", from their self-titled debut album.
Dream Street Dream Street was a short-lived American pop boy band that was formed in mid-1999 by Louis Baldonieri and Brian Lukow. Dream Street later disbanded in 2002 following a legal dispute between parents of the band members and the band's managers.
Dru Hill Dru Hill is an American singing group, most popular during the late 1990s, whose repertoire included soul, hip hop soul and gospel music.
El Reencuentro El Reencuentro was the name that six ex-members of musical group Menudo used for their comeback concert remembering Menudo's golden era.
Emblem3 Emblem3 was a American reggae pop band from Sequim, Washington, consisting of brothers Wesley Stromberg and Keaton Stromberg, and Drew Chadwick.
Eme 15 Eme 15 were a Mexican Latin pop band composed of the six lead actors from the 2012 Nickelodeon Latin America television series Miss XV. The band was formed for the series in Mexico City by Televisa by producer Pedro Damián in August 2011.
Erreway Erreway was an Argentine pop rock band formed during the television series Rebelde Way, consisting of Camila Bordonaba, Felipe Colombo and Benjamín Rojas. Originally, it consisted of Bordonaba, Colombo, Rojas and Luisana Lopilato, who left the band in 2005.
Evan and Jaron Evan Mitchell Lowenstein and Jaron David Lowenstein are American musicians and identical twin brothers who performed as Evan and Jaron. Evan and Jaron have recorded three studio albums and charted three singles on the Pop Songs charts.
E.Y.C. E.Y.C. was an American pop/R&B group. Its members were Damon Butler, Dave Loeffler and Trey McKay Parker.
Forever in Your Mind Forever in Your Mind is an American pop boy band formed in 2013, consisting of lead singers Emery Kelly, Ricky Garcia and Liam Attridge. Their debut EP, FIYM, was released on Hollywood Records on July 1, 2016.
Four Lovers The Four Lovers was a band formed in 1956 that was the result of vocalist Frankie Valli joining The Variatones in 1954. The Four Lovers' achieved minor success before a name change to The Four Seasons in 1960.
Garibaldi (group) Garibaldi was a Mexican pop group, who wore a free version of the traditional charro costume while singing modern version of traditional songs. Their dress and style of music caused controversy in their time.
Git Fresh Git Fresh is an American R&B and hip hop group based in Miami, Florida. They are currently signed to Island Def Jam. The group was initially composed of Rude Boi, Pretti Sly, Penny, & Mike Ezay.
Glee (TV series) Glee is an American musical comedy-drama television series that aired on the Fox network in the United States from May 19, 2009, to March 20, 2015.
Golden Boys (band) Golden Boys is a Brazilian band formed in 1958, originally a doo-wop band, having influences also of rock and roll and iê-iê-iê. They are composed of brothers Roberto, Ronaldo, and Renato Corrêa José Maria and a cousin, Valdir Anunciação.
Golden Gate Quartet The Golden Gate Quartet is an American vocal group. It was formed in 1931 and, with changes in membership, remains active. It is the most successful of all of the African-American gospel music groups who sang in the jubilee quartet style.
Grupo Manía Grupo Manía is a popular merengue group from Puerto Rico that released its debut album in 1993. The group was formed by brothers Héctor and Oscar Serrano together with Edwin Serrano and Alfred Cotto in the early 1990s.
Guy (band) Guy is an American hip hop, R&B and soul band, and were the creators of the new jack swing style of the late 1980s and early 1990s.
Guys Next Door Guys Next Door is an American television series aired on NBC in the 1990-1991 season as part of its Saturday lineup.
H2O (Puerto Rican band) H2O was a Puerto Rican boy band that had some success during the early 1990s. The band had some hits such as "Nena" and "Si Esto No Es Amor", which they sang on Raul Velasco's show Siempre en Domingo in Mexico, and others.
Hanson (band) Hanson is an American pop rock band from Tulsa, Oklahoma, United States, formed by brothers Isaac, Taylor and Zac. Supporting members include Dimitrius Collins, and Andrew Perusi who have toured and performed live with the band since 2007.
Heads of State (band) Heads of State also known as BGT was formed at the end of 2008 by New Edition members Bobby Brown, Johnny Gill and Ralph Tresvant.
Heffron Drive Heffron Drive is an American dance rock and pop rock duo formed by Kendall Schmidt and Dustin Belt, both originally from Kansas. It was originally formed in 2008 after Kendall and Dustin met each other by chance and realized they lived on the same street, Heffron Drive, Burbank, California.
Herman's Hermits Herman's Hermits are an English beat band, formed in Manchester in 1964.
Hi-Five Hi-Five is an American R&B quintet based in Waco, Texas. Hi-Five had a #1 hit on Billboard's Hot 100 in the early 1990s with "I Like the Way". The band was formed in 1989, and consisted of Tony Thompson, Roderick "Pooh" Clark, Marcus Sanders, Russell Neal, and Toriano Easley.
Hombres G Hombres G is a Spanish pop rock band, formed in Spain in 1982. They are widely considered one of Spain's most prominent pop groups of the 1980s and early 1990s. The band consists of David Summers, Rafael Gutierrez, Dani Mezquita, and Javi Molina.
Honor Society (band) Honor Society was a pop rock band that formed in New York, New York in 2006. The band originally consisted of Michael Bruno, Jason Rosen, Andrew Lee, and Alexander Noyes; however as of late 2012 Rosen is no longer a part of the band.
Hot Chelle Rae Hot Chelle Rae is an American rock band formed in Nashville, Tennessee in 2005. The band consists of Ryan Follesé, Nash Overstreet, and Jamie Follesé. Their debut album, Lovesick Electric, was released on October 27, 2009.
H-Town (band) H-Town is an American R&B vocal group from Houston, Texas, United States. H-Town was founded in 1990 by twin brothers Keven "Dino" Conner and Solomon "Shazam" Conner, and their longtime friend Darryl "GI" Jackson. H-Town is best known for their hits during the early to mid–1990s.
Hudson Brothers The Hudson Brothers is an American music group formed in Portland, Oregon in the 1970s and consisting of Bill Hudson, Brett Hudson and Mark Hudson. Their popular songs have included "So You Are a Star", "Rendezvous", "Lonely School Year", and "Help Wanted".
Ideal (group) Ideal was an American R&B quartet from Houston, Texas, United States. The group Ideal debuted in 1999 and is composed of brothers Maverick Cotton and Swab, their cousin PZ and high school friend J-Dante. The group is best known for its hit songs "Get Gone" and "Whatever."
Imajin Imajin is an American R&B boy band that is known for their hit "Shorty" featuring Keith Murray. The group also made a version of this song with Mr. Cheeks of the rap group The Lost Boyz.
IMx Immature is an American R&B boy band, managed by record producer Chris Stokes. Its members include Marques "Batman" Houston, Jerome "Romeo" Jones, and Kelton "LDB" Kessee, all natives of Los Angeles, California, where the group was formed.
In Real Life (band) In Real Life is an American boy band composed of Brady Tutton, Chance Perez, Drew Ramos, Sergio Calderon, and Michael Conor, the final five vocalists from the American reality television music competition series Boy Band.
Isa TKM (musical group) Isa TKM is a Venezuelan musical group created in the 2008 and based in the soap opera Isa TKM. Is integrated by Maria Gabriela de Faría, Reinaldo Zavarce, Milena Torres, Micaela Castelloti and Willy Martin.
Jack & Jack Jack & Jack is an American pop-rap duo from Omaha, Nebraska, consisting of Jack Johnson and Jack Gilinsky, who are now based in Los Angeles, California. After success via the social media app Vine, the duo turned to a career as musicians.
Jagged Edge (group) Jagged Edge is an American mainstream R&B group signed through Jermaine Dupri's So So Def Recordings. The group has had a number of hit singles, many of which are produced by Dupri.
Jase4real Jason "Jase" Oliver Dalyrimple professionally known as Jase4Real now, is an R&B singer from Long Island, New York, currently living in Atlanta. He is the lead singer of the platinum selling R&B quartet, Soul For Real.
Jason "Jase" Oliver Dalyrimple a.k.a. Jase4Real Jason "Jase" Oliver is an R&B singer from Wheatley Heights, New York of the group popular 90s group Soul For Real, currently living in Atlanta, Georgia made up of brothers Christopher Sherman Dalyrimple a.k.a. Choc, Andre "Dre" Lamont Dalyrimple a.k.a. KD now, Brian'"Bri" Augustus Dalyrimple, and...
Jericho Road Jericho Road is a Latter-day Saint boy band that sings religious music. The band's members are Abe Mills, Dave Kimball, Justin Smith, and Bret Bryce.
Jodeci Jodeci is an American R&B quartet with members DeVante Swing, Mr. Dalvin, K-Ci, and JoJo. Formed in 1989 in Charlotte, North Carolina, Jodeci's members began their musical careers as two duos of brothers and, after years of limited success, joined forces.
Joe Public (band) Joe Public is an American new jack swing group from Buffalo, New York. The group consists of lead singer and bass guitarist Kevin Scott, keyboardist and guitarist Jake Carter, percussionist and drummer Dwight "Mr. Dew" Wyatt and lead guitarist Joe "J.R." Sayles.
Jonas Brothers The Jonas Brothers were an American rock and pop rock band. Formed in 2005, they gained popularity from their appearances on the Disney Channel television network. They consist of three brothers: Paul Kevin Jonas II, Joseph Adam Jonas, and Nicholas Jerry Jonas.
Kabah (band) Kabah is a Mexican group based in Mexico City. It was formed in 1992 and disbanded in 2005. In 2015, they reunited and went on tour with OV7 titled "Ov7 Kabah Tour" Kabah was formed in 1992 by Federica Quijano and her brother Andres.
Kai (band) Kai is an Asian-American R&B musical group from the San Francisco Bay Area, formed in 1992. Since 2001, the band has been on hiatus.
Kings of Rhythm The Kings of Rhythm are an American Rhythm and blues and Soul group formed in the late 1940s in Clarksdale, Mississippi and led by Ike Turner through to his death in 2007.
Kingz One Kingz One is a music group founded by brothers Alex and Roy Ramirez, who are originally from Chicago, Illinois and are now based in Corpus Christi, Texas. They were previously part of their uncles' group La Sombra and went on to become founding members of the Grammy-nominated Kumbia Kings.
KLB KLB is a rock group/boy band from Brazil. The band consists of three brothers from São Paulo: Kiko, Leandro Finato Scornavacca and Bruno Finato Scornavacca. KLB stands for each brother's name.
Kudai Kudai are a Latin Grammy Award-nominated Chilean pop group that was founded in Santiago, Chile. Its original members were Tomás Cañas Manzi, Pablo Holman Concha, Nicole Natalino and Bárbara Sepúlveda Labra.
Kumbia Kings Los Kumbia Kings was an American Mexican cumbia group from Corpus Christi, Texas, created by A.B. Quintanilla and Cruz Martinez. Their music encompasses the styles of cumbia, hip hop, and R&B. They produce songs in both Spanish and English.
La Pandilla La Pandilla was a teen music group of the 1970s, founded in 1970 by Pepa Aguirre. The group had members of both sexes, unlike most pop-music bands.
La Sombra La Sombra de Chicago or La Sombra de Tony Guerrero or even the Windy City Boys is a Tejano band founded by Tony Guerrero.
Latin Playboys Latin Playboys is a musical group comprising David Hidalgo, Louie Pérez, Mitchell Froom and Tchad Blake, active in the 1990s.
Les Irrésistibles Les Irrésistibles were a boy band during the late 1960s and early 1970s, whose members were Americans living in France.
LeVert LeVert was an American R&B/Pop vocal group from Cleveland, Ohio. Formed in 1983, LeVert was composed of Sean and Gerald Levert---sons of Eddie Levert, founder and lead singer of R&B/Soul vocal group O'Jays---and Marc Gordon.
Lexington Bridge (band) Lexington Bridge was a British-Dutch-American boyband from 2006-2009. The group is currently composed of Rob Uncles from the USA, Nye Oakley, Dax O'Callaghan and Jerome Simeon from the UK and Ephraim Beks from the Netherlands.
LFO (American band) Lyte Funkie Ones was an American pop band consisting of lead singer and primary songwriter Rich Cronin, Devin Lima, and Brad Fischetti. Before Lima joined the group in 1999, the third member was Brian Gillis, who was with the group from its start in 1995.
Linear (group) Linear was an American freestyle-pop trio from Miami, Florida.
LMNT LMNT was an American-based boy band formed in 2000. The group's name was selected by the band's original line-up from contest entries solicited by Teen People magazine.
Los Chamos Los Chamos were a Venezuelan music group, formed in Caracas, Venezuela in 1979. Los Chamos were made up of six members.
Los Chicos de Puerto Rico Los Chicos were a popular boy band in Puerto Rico, South America and in Central America, created to rival Menudo's success.
Los del Río Los del Río, also known as The Del Rios, are a Spanish pop and dance duo which formed in 1962 by MembersAntonio Romero Monge and Rafael Ruíz Perdigones. They are best known for their smash-hit dance single "Macarena", originally released in early 1994. The song went on to become a worldwide success.
Los Lobos Los Lobos is an American rock band from East Los Angeles, California, United States. Their music is influenced by rock and roll, Tex-Mex, country, zydeco, folk, R&B, blues, brown-eyed soul, and traditional music such as cumbia, boleros and norteños.
Los Prisioneros Los Prisioneros were a Chilean rock / pop band formed in San Miguel, Santiago, Chile in 1979. They are considered one of the most important Chilean bands, and arguably the strongest musical influences that Chile has made to Latin American music.
Los Super Reyes Los Super Reyes was a Mexican-American cumbia group from Corpus Christi, Texas, created by Cruz Martínez. Cruz Martinez created the group after he and A.B. Quintanilla had arguments over Martínez selling the group they were both in at the time, Los Kumbia Kings.
Los Super Seven Los Super Seven is a predominantly Latin American supergroup which debuted in 1998.
Los Terrícolas Los Terrícolas was a Venezuelan pop music group. American music critic Craig Harris has called them "one of Venezuela's top dance bands".
Los últimos héroes Los Últimos Héroes is Menudo's 28th album. Produced and recorded in Caracas, Venezuela, by Willie Croes.
Los Zafiros Los Zafiros were a Cuban close-harmony vocal group working from 1961 until 1970. The group was part of the filín movement, inspired by American doo-wop groups such as The Platters.
LSG (band) LSG was an R&B supergroup, composed of R&B artists Gerald Levert from Cleveland, Ohio, Keith Sweat from Harlem, New York and Johnny Gill from Washington, D.C. The group's name "LSG" is derived from the first letter in the last name of each artist.
Magneto (band) Magneto was a popular Mexican boy band of the 1980s and 1990s. The band formed on February 14, 1983. In 1986, Magneto was featured in "Siempre en Domingo," a Mexican entertainment show viewed across Latin America and parts of Europe. Mexican teen pop group Magneto emerged in 1983.
Manchild (band) Manchild was an American 1970s soul band from Indianapolis, Indiana.
Marshall Dyllon Marshall Dyllon was an American country music group formed in 2000, comprising vocalists Daniel Cahoon, Jesse Littleton, Michael Martin, Paul Martin, and Todd Michael Sansom.
MDO (band) MDO is a Latin American pop/rock band, spun off in 1997 from the Puerto Rican boy band once known as Menudo. The group's first line-up reunited for an international tour in 2015.
Meglin Kiddies Meglin Kiddies was a well-known troupe of acting, music and dance performers, consisting of children up to the age of 16.
Menudo (band) Menudo was a Puerto Rican boy band that was formed in the 1970s by producer Edgardo Díaz. Menudo was also one of the biggest Latin boy bands in history, releasing their first album in 1977.
Menudo: La Reunion (2005) Menudo: La Reunion was a 2005 music project composed of former Menudo members, from various incarnations of the boy band.
Micro Chips Micro Chips was a Mexican children's rock music group active from 1987 to 1993.
Midnight Red Midnight Red is an American boy band formed in 2009. The group was signed to RedOne's 2101 Records and to Capitol.
Million Dollar Quartet "Million Dollar Quartet" is a recording of an impromptu jam session involving Elvis Presley, Jerry Lee Lewis, Carl Perkins, and Johnny Cash made on December 4, 1956, at the Sun Record Studios in Memphis, Tennessee.
Mindless Behavior Mindless Behavior was an American boy band, best known for the singles "My Girl" and "Mrs. Right", produced by Walter Millsap.
MKTO MKTO is an American pop duo, consisting of Malcolm Kelley and Tony Oller, active from 2010 to 2017. Their self-titled debut album was released on January 30, 2014 by Columbia Records. In July 2015, the duo released their first extended play, titled Bad Girls EP.
Nat and Alex Wolff Nat and Alex Wolff are an American pop music duo from New York, New York, consisting of brothers Nat and Alex Wolff. The siblings are known for their work on the Nickelodeon television series The Naked Brothers Band, which was created and produced by their mother, actress Polly Draper.
Natural (band) Natural was an American boy band that formed in 1999 and broke up in 2004 consisting of Ben Bledsoe, Marc Terenzi, Michael 'J' Horn, Michael Johnson, and Patrick King.
New Boyz The New Boyz was an American jerkin' crew duo that consisted of rappers Earl "Ben J" Benjamin and Dominic "Legacy" Thomas. They debuted in summer 2009 with their viral hit, "You're a Jerk", taken from their debut studio album Skinny Jeanz and a Mic, released in September 2009.
New Edition New Edition is an American R&B group from the Roxbury neighborhood of Boston, Massachusetts formed in 1978. The group reached its height of popularity in the 1980s.
New Kids on the Block New Kids on the Block is an American Pop group from Boston, Massachusetts. The band currently consists of brothers Jordan and Jonathan Knight, Joey McIntyre, Donnie Wahlberg, and Danny Wood.
New Monkees New Monkees was the name of both a U.S. pop rock music group, and a 1987 syndicated television show featuring the group.
Next (American band) Next is an American contemporary R&B musical trio, popular during the late 1990s and early 2000s. They are best known for their hit singles "Too Close", "Wifey", and "I Still Love You" which all still receive frequent airplay on Adult Contemporary radio stations both in the US and internationally.
Nick & Knight Nick & Knight is an eponymous collaborative album by American singer-songwriters Nick Carter and Jordan Knight, under the collective stage name of Nick & Knight. The album was released on September 2, 2014.
NKOTBSB NKOTBSB was a supergroup consisting of the members of American boy bands New Kids on the Block and Backstreet Boys.
NLT (band) NLT was an American boy band whose members were Travis Michael Garland, Kevin McHale, Justin Joseph "JJ" Thorne, and Vahe "V" Sevani. They were discovered by Chris Stokes, who signed them to his TUG Entertainment label in 2006.
No Mercy (pop band) No Mercy are a trio originally formed in Germany by producer Frank Farian. The group consists of Marty Cintron, and twin brothers, Ariel and Gabriel Hernández.
NSYNC NSYNC was an American boy band formed in Orlando, Florida in 1995 and launched in Germany by BMG Ariola Munich. NSYNC consisted of Justin Timberlake, JC Chasez, Chris Kirkpatrick, Joey Fatone, and Lance Bass.
N-Toon N-Toon was an R&B group from Atlanta created by former Klymaxx frontwoman Joyce Irby in 1996. She searched through Atlanta phonebooks and found Lloyd Polite, Justin Clark, and Everett Hall at Wings of Faith Ministries in the city. Lloyd's younger brother Chuckie D. Reynolds later joined the group.
Nu Flavor Nu Flavor is an R&B quartet from Long Beach, California consisting of Jacob Ceniceros, Anthony DaCosta, Rico Luna, and Frank Pangelinan, Jr.
Octappella Octappella is a seven-man contemporary a cappella group based in Utah. The members first sang together in college. Since forming Octappella, they have released three albums and were featured performers at the 2002 Salt Lake City Olympic Games.
One Call One Call was a boy band featuring Justin Thorne, Anthony "AG" Gamlieli, Chris Moy, and Jose Bordonada. Johnny Wright—a music executive who has managed successful groups such as Backstreet Boys, 'NSync, and the Jonas Brothers—brought the band together from all over the country.
One Step Away One Step Away is a pop rock band from Andover, Massachusetts. Formed in 2007, the band consists of vocalist Adam Carrington, guitarist Terence Healy, bassist Mike Nuzzolo, and drummer Ben Trudeau.
O-Town O-Town is an American boy band formed from the first season of the MTV-produced reality television series Making the Band in 2000. As of 2015 the group consists of Erik-Michael Estrada, Trevor Penick, Jacob Underwood, and Dan Miller.
Our Gang Our Gang was a series of American comedy short films about a group of poor neighborhood children and their adventures.
OV7 OV7, formerly known as La Onda Vaselina, is a Latin pop group from Mexico formed in 1989, but it was not until the early 1990s that OV7 would begin to make their mark.
Parchís (group) Parchis was a 1970s children's group from Spain which enjoyed moderate success in countries around the world.
Perfect Gentlemen Perfect Gentlemen were an American trio of teen R&B vocalists formed under the direction of Maurice Starr, who discovered New Edition and New Kids on the Block.
Playa (band) Playa is an American R&B-hip-hop group. The original lineup consisted of Jawaan "Smoke" Peacock, Benjamin "Black" Bush and Stephen "Static Major" Garrett. Playa is best known for their 1998 hit album, Cheers 2 U, produced by longtime collaborator Timbaland.
Plus One (band) Plus One was an American Christian pop boy band which formed in 1999, disbanded in 2004, and briefly reunited in 2014. The group's line-up consisted of Nate Cole, Gabe Combs, Nathan Walters, Jeremy Mhire, and Jason Perry.
Polegar Polegar was a Brazilian boyband launched in 1989 by Promoart company, owned by Gugu Liberato.
Portrait (band) Portrait is an American R&B, hip hop, vocal quartet, consisting of members Michael Angelo Saulsberry, Irving Washington III, Eric Kirkland and Philip Johnson. The quartet group's music sound was influence by the new jack swing style of the late 1980s and early 1990s.
RBD RBD was a Mexican musical group that gained popularity from Televisa's teen series Rebelde, and found international success from 2004 until their separation in 2009.
React (band) REACT was an American boy band made up of Tim Cruz and Daniel Meteryeon.
Reel Tight Reel Tight was an American R&B group composed of Chattanooga, Tennessee natives Bobby Kane, Bobby Rice, Danny Johnson and Reggie Long.
Reik Reik is a Mexican band from Mexicali, Baja California formed by Jesús Alberto Navarro Rosas, Julio Ramírez Eguía, and Gilberto Marín Espinoza. The group's name actually means "rake", but the band wanted their Mexican listeners to pronounce it correctly, hence, Reik.
Restart (band) Restart was a Brazilian pop boyband that independently formed the subgenre of happy rock in São Paulo in August 2008.
Ronnie & the Hi-Lites Ronnie & The Hi-Lites was a doo-wop musical group from the United States formed in Jersey City, New Jersey in the early 1960s.
Sasha, Benny y Erik Sasha, Benny y Erik are a pop band from Mexico. The group was formed by 3 former members of the Mexican pop group Timbiriche, consisting of Sasha Sokol, Benny Ibarra and Erik Rubin who are close friends in real life.
Shai (band) Shai is an American 1990s vocal R&B/soul quartet. Their biggest hit was "If I Ever Fall in Love," which reached #2 on the Billboard Hot 100.
Sha Na Na Sha Na Na is an American rock and roll group. The name is taken from a part of the long series of nonsense syllables in the doo-wop hit song "Get a Job", originally recorded in 1957 by the Silhouettes.
Shep and the Limelites Shep and the Limelites was an American doo-wop group of the early 1960s, composed of James "Shep" Sheppard, Clarence Bassett and Charles Baskerville. They are best known for their 1961 hit recording, "Daddy's Home", co-written by Sheppard.
Silk (group) Silk is an American R&B group, formed in 1989 in Atlanta, Georgia. They are best known for their 1993 hit single, "Freak Me", which reached number-one on the US Billboard Hot 100.
Sleepy Man Sleepy Man is a bluegrass music band from Lebanon Township, New Jersey, United States. It is composed of the Mizzone brothers: Jonny, Robbie and Tommy as well as bass player, Josh Thomas. The group's debut album America's Music, was released in October 2011.
Son by Four Son by Four is a salsa music group from Puerto Rico, well known for their English U.S. pop hit "Purest of Pain". The group is signed to Sony Music.
Soul for Real Soul for Real is an R&B group from Wheatley Heights, New York, currently living in Atlanta, Georgia made up of brothers Christopher Sherman Dalyrimple a.k.a. Choc, Andre "Dre" Lamont Dalyrimple a.k.a. KD now, Brian "Bri" Augustus Dalyrimple, and Jason "Jase" Oliver Dalyrimple a.k.a. Jase4Real.
South 65 South 65 was an American country music boy band. The group was composed of vocalists Lance Leslie, Brent Parker, Stephen Parker, Jerimy Koeltzow, and Doug Urie.
Still Pending Still Pending is an American punk children band, formed in Portland, Oregon in 2005. The band originally comprising three young musicians, Reed Gulick-Stutz, Grant Ellman, and Ian Rogers. In June 2007, Rogers left the band and was replaced by Andrew Turel in August 2007.
Stray Cats Stray Cats were an American rockabilly band formed in 1979 by guitarist and vocalist Brian Setzer, double bassist Lee Rocker, and drummer Slim Jim Phantom in the Long Island town of Massapequa, New York.
Sureshot (band) Sureshot was an American supergroup formed in 2007 on the Reality Television Show, ', on VH1. The band consisted of four members who were previously in other singing groups prior to forming Sureshot...
Take 5 (band) Take 5 was an American boy band from Orlando, Florida consisting of brothers Ryan and Jeff "Clay" Goodell, Tilky Jones, Stevie Sculthorpe, and Tim "TJ" Christofore. The band formed in 1997 and broke up in 2001.
The Andantes The Andantes were an American female session group for the Motown record label during the 1960s.
The Beach Boys The Beach Boys are an American rock band formed in Hawthorne, California, in 1961. The group's original lineup consisted of brothers Brian, Dennis, and Carl Wilson; their cousin Mike Love; and their friend Al Jardine.
The Belmonts The Belmonts are an American doo-wop group from the Bronx, New York, that originated in the mid-1950s. The original group consisted of Fred Milano, Angelo D'Aleo, and Carlo Mastrangelo.
The Boys (American band) The Boys are an American R&B quartet composed of the four Abdulsamad brothers, Khiry, Hakeem, Tajh, and Bilal. The group started out singing in Carson, California. The group had three #1 singles on the R&B charts.
The Brothers Johnson The Brothers Johnson were an American funk, Motown and R&B band consisting of American musicians and brothers George and Louis E. Johnson. They achieved their greatest success from the mid-1970s to early 1980s, with three singles topping the R&B charts.
The California Ramblers The California Ramblers were a popular and prolific American jazz group that recorded hundreds of songs for many different record labels throughout the 1920s. Four members of the band – Red Nichols, Jimmy Dorsey, Tommy Dorsey, and Adrian Rollini – went on to front big bands in later decades.
The Childrens Choir of Elbosco The Childrens Choir of Elbosco was the name of a joint Spanish musical group that achieved world success with the song Nirvana in 1995.
The Clark Brothers The Clark Brothers, consisting of Steve and James, were thought to be the last of the "brothers" acts of tap-dancing's golden age.
The Click Five The Click Five was an American rock band from Boston, Massachusetts. The original members, most of them students at Berklee College of Music, started on January 1, 2004 and played in various local venues. They then quickly got the attention of talent scout Wayne Sharp.
The Crickets The Crickets were an American rock and roll band from Lubbock, Texas, formed by singer-songwriter Buddy Holly in the 1950s. Their first hit record, "That'll Be the Day", released in 1957, was a number-one hit single on the Billboard Hot 100 chart on September 23.
The Dave Clark Five The Dave Clark Five was an English pop rock group. Their single "Glad All Over" knocked the Beatles' "I Want to Hold Your Hand" off the top of the UK Singles Chart in January 1964; it peaked at number 6 in the United States in April 1964.
The Deele The Deele is an American band from Cincinnati, Ohio who achieved success in the 1980s with such hit singles as "Body Talk" and "Two Occasions."
The Dovells The Dovells were an American music group, formed at Overbrook High School in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, in 1957, under the name 'The Brooktones'. The members were Arnie Silver, Len Borisoff, Jerry Gross, Mike Freda, and Jim Mealey. Their first single "No, No, No" was a local hit for The Brooktones.
The Exchange (band) The Exchange is an a cappella band from the United States founded in 2012 by Rochester, NY native Aaron Sperber. The group consists of Sperber, Alfredo Austin, Christopher Diaz, Jamal Moore, and Richard Steighner.
The Famous Flames The Famous Flames were an American rhythm and blues vocal group founded in Toccoa, Georgia, in 1953 by Bobby Byrd. James Brown began his career as a member of the Famous Flames, emerging as the lead singer by the time of their first professional recording, "Please, Please, Please", in 1956.
The Four Coins The Four Coins were a popular vocal group, consisting of Jimmy Gregorakis, George Mantalis, and brothers George and Jack Mahramas. They were all of Greek heritage and came from Canonsburg, Pennsylvania.
The Four Freshmen The Four Freshmen is an American male vocal band quartet that blends open-harmonic jazz arrangements with the big band vocal group sounds of The Modernaires, The Pied Pipers, and The Mel-Tones, founded in the barbershop tradition.
The Four Seasons (band) The Four Seasons is an American rock and pop band that became internationally successful in the 1960s and 1970s. The Vocal Group Hall of Fame has stated that the group was the most popular rock band before the Beatles.
The Heartbeats The Heartbeats were a 1950s American doo-wop group best known for their song "A Thousand Miles Away", which charted at #53 in the US Billboard listings in 1957.
The Jackson 5 The Jackson 5, or Jackson Five, currently known as The Jacksons, is a popular American family music group. Formed in 1964 under the name the Jackson Brothers, the founding members were elder brothers Jackie, Tito and Jermaine. Younger brothers Marlon and Michael would join soon after.
The J.B.'s The J.B.'s was the name of James Brown's band from 1970 through the early 1980s. On records the band was sometimes billed under alternate names such as The James Brown Soul Train, Maceo and the Macks, A.A.B.B., The First Family, and The Last Word.
The Jets (Minnesota band) The Jets are a Polynesian American family band from Minneapolis, Minnesota, composed of brothers and sisters who perform pop, R&B, and dance music. They started performing as a family band in 1977.
The Jodimars The Jodimars was an American rock and roll band that was formed in the summer of 1955 and remained active until 1958. The band was created by former members of Bill Haley & His Comets who had quit that group in a salary dispute.
The Jordanaires The Jordanaires were an American vocal quartet that formed as a gospel group in 1948. They are known for providing background vocals for Elvis Presley, in live appearances and recordings from 1956 to 1972.
The Keane Brothers The Keane Brothers was an American pop music duo from 1976 to 1982, composed of pre-teens Tom Keane on piano and John Keane on drums.
The Kelly Family The Kelly Family is an Irish-American-European music group consisting of a multi-generational family, usually consisting of nine siblings joined occasionally on stage in their earlier years by their father and mother. They played a repertoire of rock, pop, and folk music.
The Lettermen The Lettermen is an American male pop vocal trio. The Lettermen's trademark is close-harmony pop songs with light arrangements. The group started in 1959.
The Mickey Mouse Club The Mickey Mouse Club now known as Club Mickey Mouse was an American variety television show that aired intermittently from 1955 to 1996 and returned 2017 to social media.
The Monkees The Monkees are an American rock and pop band originally active between 1965 and 1971, with subsequent reunion albums and tours in the decades that followed.
The Osmonds The Osmonds are an American family music group with a long and varied career — a career that took them from singing barbershop music as children to achieving success as teen-music idols, from producing a hit television show to continued success as solo and group performers.
The Otwell Twins The Otwell Twins are an American singing duo made up of identical twin brothers Roger and David, born August 2, 1956, in Tulia, Texas. They are best known as members of The Lawrence Welk Show from 1977 to 1982.
The Rock-A-Teens The Rock-A-Teens were an American rockabilly group from Richmond, Virginia, active in the late 1950s, led by Vic Mizelle.
The Rocky Fellers The Rocky Fellers were an American-born Filipino pop/rock band discovered by Stanley Kahn in the 1960s, who signed them to Scepter Records. The group was composed of four Filipino brothers: Tony, Junior, Eddie and Albert Maligmat, and their father, Doroteo "Moro" Maligmat.
The Six Teens The Six Teens were an American pop group from Los Angeles, California.
The Sundowners (band) The Sundowners, sometimes credited as Bobby Dick and The Sundowners, was a 1960s era rock and roll band.
The Teenagers The Teenagers are an American integrated doo wop group, most noted for being one of rock music's earliest successes, presented to international audiences by DJ Alan Freed.
The Temptations The Temptations are an American vocal group notable for their success with Motown Records during the 1960s and 1970s. Known for their choreography, distinct harmonies, and flashy wardrobe, the group was highly influential in the evolution of R&B and soul music.
The Tide (band) The Tide is a band from Los Angeles, California formed in 2015. They are signed to The Vamps' new record label, Steady Records, under EMI Universal.
The Valadiers The Valadiers are an American vocal group from Detroit, Michigan, who became notable as the first white artists signed to Motown in the early 1960s.
Timbiriche Timbiriche was a Mexican Pop music group. The group started as a children's group in 1982 and managed to evolve successfully into adulthood.
TKA TKA is a Latin freestyle trio that was prominent in the 1980s and early 1990s, mainly in New York City, Chicago and Miami, Florida. Its members originally were Tony Ortiz, Louis "Kayel" Sharpe, and "Aby" Cruz—the original lead singer.
Tony! Toni! Toné! Tony! Toni! Toné! is an American soul/R&B group from Oakland, California, popular during the late 1980s and early to mid-1990s.
Troop (band) Troop is an R&B group from Pasadena, California. The group has had five number one singles and ten top ten singles on the Billboard R&B Charts. They have also completed five albums, which include three certified gold and one certified platinum album.
True Vibe True Vibe was a CCM group that was active from 1999 to 2003. Composed of members Jonathan Lippmann, Nathan Gaddis, Jason Barton, and Jordan Roe, the group was born out of Lippmann's desire to pursue musical excellence without watering down his Christian faith.
Uff! Uff! was the name of a Venezuelan boy band. Molded in the way that Menudo, Los Chicos and Los Chamos were, but mimicking the fashion style of contemporary Western boy bands like No Authority, Backstreet Boys and Hanson. In 2001, the band's debut album achieved a golden record in Mexico.
U.N.V. U.N.V. was an R&B group based out of Detroit, Michigan. The group consisted of brothers John Powe and Shawn Powe, and members John Clay and Demetrius Peete.
U.N.V. (band) U.N.V. was an R&B group based out of Detroit, Michigan. The group consisted of brothers John Powe and Shawn Powe, and members John Clay and Demetrius Peete.
US5 US5 was a multinational pop boy band. The band originated in 2005 on the German RTL II television reality show Big in America and debuted in June of the same year on Lou Pearlman's Transcontinental label.
V Factory V Factory is an American pop/R&B/urban boy band produced by former pop artist Tommy Page who is now a VP of A&R for Warner Bros. Records. The members have yet to confirm what the "V" stands for. Wesley Quinn, in an interview with Popstar!.
Voices of Theory Voices of Theory was an R&B group from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
Why Don't We Why Don't We is an American pop quintet, that was assembled on September 27, 2016, consisting of Jonah Marais, Corbyn Besson, Daniel Seavey, Jack Avery and Zachary "Zach" Herron, each of whom had previously recorded as solo artists.
World Class Wreckin' Cru World Class Wreckin' Cru was an electro group, best known for its contributions to early rap and its association with Dr. Dre, DJ Yella, and Michel'le.
Xtreme (group) Xtreme was an American music group consisting of members Danny Mejia and Steven Tejada of Dominican descent. The group focuses on the Latin genre bachata. Xtreme was formed in 2003 and since then has enjoyed success among Hispanic United States.
Youngstown (band) Youngstown was a boy band formed December 31, 1998. The band made up of David "DC" Yeager, Samuel "Sammy" Lopez Jr and James L. Dallas is named for the trio's hometown, Youngstown, Ohio.