From Beethoven to Beyonce: 7 Facts About Music Legends

Ludwig van Beethoven

Around the time of his birth, infant mortality was so high that parents didn t waste time getting their children baptized. It s assumed that the composer.

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

Mozart was a colorful character who loved to play pranks on people. He once produced a piece of music that was intentionally written.

David Bowie

David Bowie was born David Robert Jones in London in January 1947. He began recording in 1962 under his birth name before adopting.

Mick Jagger

The Rolling Stones lead singer, Mick Jagger, sang backing vocals on Carly Simon s 1972 single You re So Vain. That may not sound.

Diana Ross

Diana Ross the Female Entertainer of the Century. The award seemed premature, given that the century had another 24 years to run.

Paul McCartney

McCartney was so affected by what he saw that day he later gave a charity concert for victims of the attacks, and the New York Police Department.

Hayley Williams

Hayley Williams, the lead singer of the band Paramore, has been called several nicknames in the past. The most notable is Spongebob.