The White Stripes, The Black Keys and now...White Mystery. Apparently if you're a duo looking to make garage-inspired blues rock these days, a two-word black/white combo name makes for a good template. The Chicago-based White Mystery is a brother/sister duo of guitar and drums based heavily upon the wailing, soulful croon of Alex White. Thrashing along behind her, Francis Scott Key White does a fantastic job keeping pace with the raucous material being belted out by his sister. The frizzed-out, puffs of red hair owned by the two make for interesting viewing as the duo cranks out its almost punk rock take on modern blues.
With multiple Grammy nominations, six gold and platinum albums and almost 30 songs on adult radio, Jim Brickman is a force to be reckoned with on the piano. Hailing from Cleveland, Jim began playing at the age of 5 and never stopped. Now with hits like "Valentine," "The Gift," "Love of My Life" and "Simple Things," Jim is an international sensation and one of the most well known solo pianists. Since 1994's release of No Words, Jim has been churning out romantic albums and has garnered quite a following.