List of musical supergroups
This is a list of supergroups, music groups whose members are already successful as solo artists or as part of other groups or well known in other musical professions. Usually used in the context of rock bands such as Audioslave and Chickenfoot, the term has been applied to other musical genres such as The Three Tenors in Opera.
The term is sometimes applied retrospectively when several members from a group later achieve notable success in their own right. Supergroups are sometimes formed as side projects and thus not intended to be permanent, while other times can become the primary project of the members' careers. Charity supergroups, where prominent musicians perform or record together in support of a particular cause, have been common since the 1980s.
List of groups
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This is a list of notable supergroups which have performed more than a single song or live show together.
Single album/show supergroups
These were often one-show or one-album projects, though some played more than one show, because all or most members were involved in other bands or groups.
|1956||Million Dollar Quartet||Impromptu recording session later released as a 47-track compilation. Without Presley, the group would reunite in 1982 (The Survivors Live) and 1986 (Class of '55).|
|1966||Eric Clapton's Powerhouse||
||The band did not release any albums; in fact, they recorded only three singles featured on the Elektra compilation What's Shakin'.|
|1967||The Super Super Blues Band||Albums: Super Blues, The Super Super Blues Band|
|1968||The Dirty Mac||They performed only once, at The Rolling Stones Rock and Roll Circus television event, and are featured on the soundtrack album released in connection with the show being issued on VHS.|
|The Christmas Spirit||
||single: "Christmas Is My Time of Year" b/w "Will You Still Believe in Me"|||
|1969||The Plastic Ono Band||Albums: Live Peace in Toronto 1969, John Lennon/Plastic Ono Band, Yoko Ono/Plastic Ono Band, Sometime In New York City|
|1970||Lord Sutch and Heavy Friends||
||Album: Smoke and Fire|
||Appeared only on the single "Basketball Jones"|
|1976||Dolenz, Jones, Boyce & Hart||
Peter Tork (The Monkees) appeared at least once with the group live.
|Album: Dolenz, Jones, Boyce & Hart|
|1979||The Greedies||Originally known as The Greedy Bastards, recorded one Christmas single, "A Merry Jingle".|
|1980||Million Dollar Band||Recurring house band on the TV series Hee Haw. Most were session members of The Nashville A-Team and had solo careers as instrumentalists.|
|1982||Chequered Past||Album: Chequered Past (1984)|
|1983||The Glove||Album: Blue Sunshine (1983)|
|1984||Hindu Love Gods||Album: Hindu Love Gods (1990). Also recorded Sentimental Hygiene under Zevon's name.|
|Recording lineup for Phil Keaggy's Phil Keaggy and Sunday's Child|||
|1990||The Gak||Played two charity concerts in 1990.|
|1992||Mac-Talla||Album: Mairidh Gaol is Ceòl|
||Albums: Transmutation (Mutatis Mutandis), Sacrifist, Metatron, Live in Poland, Transmutation Live, 1984, Mold, Warszawa, Collection, Tennessee 2004, Profanation (Preparation for a Coming Darkness)|
|1993||Automatic Baby||One-time performance of U2's "One" during an MTV concert for President Bill Clinton.|
|1994||Bruce-Baker-Moore||Albums: Around the Next Dream|
||The result of an aborted attempt to continue the Argyle Park project; recorded and released only a single song, "Christmas Wishes", on the compilation album Christmas Wishes|
|1998||Brandy and Monica||Singles:|
|Stardust||Singles: "Music Sounds Better with You"|
|Album: Suspension of Disbelief (2000)
|2000||The Word||Album: "The Word" (2001)|
|2001||Oysterhead||Album: The Grand Pecking Order (2001)|
|2002||Frou Frou||Details (album)|
|Planet Us||Songs: "Vertigo" and "Peeping Through a Hole". "Vertigo" was originally intended for the first Spider-Man movie, but it was turned down.|
|Tak Matsumoto Group||Albums: TMG I|
||Albums: The All-Star Sessions. Released October 11, 2005 to commemorate Roadrunner's 25 anniversary.|
|2005||The Toppers||Albums: Shine. Released February 1, 2009. The song was the Dutch entry for the Eurovision Song Contest 2009.|
|2005||Men with Banjos (who Know How to Use Them)||Performed at the 2005 New Yorker Festival and on Late Show with David Letterman. An earlier incarnation of the Martin-Scruggs collaboration, 2001's "Earl Scruggs and Friends," featured a number of other prominent musicians.|
|2006||Tipton, Entwistle & Powell||Albums: Edge of the World. The album was released in 2006, but was recorded in the mid-1990s.|
|The Good, the Bad & the Queen||Albums: The Good, the Bad & the Queen, Merrie Land|||
|LT united||An alternative-pop musical group created by six independent performers for the sole purpose of representing Lithuania in the Eurovision Song Contest 2006. With the song "We Are the Winners" the group has finished 6th in the final, best result for this country ever so far.|
|2007||Robert Plant and Alison Krauss||Album: Raising Sand|
|S.K.I.N.||The band gave its debut performance on June 29, 2007 at the Anime Expo in Long Beach, California.
Albums: As of mid-2009, neither an album release date nor a full-time bass player have been announced.
|2008||Fear And The Nervous System||Album: Fear and the Nervous System|
||Albums: Operation Aloha|
|The White Album Concert||Toured Australia with the show The White Album Concert in 2009, to commemorate the 40th anniversary of the release of The Beatles' classic album. This involved the listed performers collectively playing the entire double album live.|
|2010||NKOTBSB||Albums: NKOTBSB (2011)
They recorded two new songs together, a mash-up track, and released a compilation album featuring said tracks. The supergroup also toured North America, Europe, Australia, and Asia in 2011–2012.
|2014||The Impossible Orchestra||
||One-time collaboration to launch BBC Music, performed "God Only Knows"|||
|Dick Fox's Golden Boys||Ongoing casino tour; the trio perform their own solo hits and perform songs by deceased singers as a trio.|
|2015||Genealogy||Singles: "Face the Shadow"
Formed to represent Armenia in the Eurovision Song Contest 2015. Placed sixteenth out of twenty-seven in the grand final.
|Unnamed Supergroup||One-off performance for the 2015 comeback episode of TFI Friday. The group performed My Generation by The Who. Formed in July 2017 in Milan, Italy|
|2018||August Greene||Album: August Greene (2018)|
|LSD||Labrinth, Sia & Diplo Present... LSD (2019)|||
|The First Ladies of Bluegrass||Group featuring the first women to win each of the Instrumentalist of the Year categories at the IBMA Awards.|||
|2019||The Highwomen||Album: The Highwomen (2019)|| Named after another country supergroup: The Highwaymen|
|2020||SSAK3||The First South Korean supergroup formed on the MBC variety show Hangout with Yoo. Singles Include "In Summer" Featuring Kwanghee ( Cover From Former South Korean Music Duo "Deux" ), "In The Beach" & "Play That Summer"|||
Charity groups are usually one-shot projects, organized to create a charity record to raise money or awareness for a cause or charity. Notable examples are the various charity supergroups which formed in response to the 1983–85 famine in Ethiopia, initiated by Band Aid which recorded "Do They Know It's Christmas?" in 1984, such as USA for Africa ("We Are the World") and Northern Lights ("Tears Are Not Enough"), as well as the 1986 heavy metal project Hear 'n Aid.
Progressive rock supergroups
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