Ever wonder which famous people have studied music?


John Quincy Adams (6th President of the United States)
Alanis Morrisette (singer)
Halle Berry (actress)
Celine Dion (singer)
Calista Flockhart ("Ally McBeal")
George Eastman (founder of Kodak)
Alyssa Milano (actress)
Noah Webster (Webster's Dictionary)
Gwen Stefani (singer)
Molly Erdman (the “wife” in the Sonic Commercials)

Rainn Wilson (actor)
Julia Roberts (actress)
Woody Allen (actor/director)
Gloria Estefan (singer)
Tony Shaloub ("Monk")
Eva Longoria ("Desperate Housewives")
Dr. Michael DeBakey (pioneering heart surgeon)
Jimmy Kimmel (comedian/talk show host)
Allan Greenspan (Former Federal Reserve Chairman)
Steven Spielberg (movie director)
Robert Reid (former Houston Rocket)
Amy Acuff (US Olympic High Jumper & Model)
Joseph Mascolo – (Clarinet for the Metropolitan Opera & Stephano
Dimera (from “Days of Our Lives”)

Bass Clarinet
Zakk Wylde (Guitarist for Ozzy Osbourne)

Allan Greenspan (yes, he plays both clarinet & sax)
Jennifer Garner ("Alias")
Bill Clinton (former U.S. President)
Roy Williams (NFL Detriot Lions)
Vince Carter (NBA Star)
David Robinson (Retired NBA Star)
Fred McMurray (actor)
Tedi Bruschi (NFL New England Patriots)
Bob Hope (late comedian/actor)
Lionel Richie (singer)
Tom Selleck (actor)
Tyler Wright (NHL Anaheim Ducks)

James Woods (actor)
John Glenn (Astronaut and U.S. Senator)
Michael Anthony (Bass player for Van Halen)
Drew Carey (actor/comedian)
Stephen Tyler (lead singer for Aerosmith)
Prince Charles (future King of England)
Montel Williams (talk show host)
Peter Weller ("Robocop")
Steve Earle (Nashville bad boy)
Darcy Hordichuk (NHL Nashville Predators)
Richard Gere (actor)
Shania Twain (singer)
Flea (Red Hot Chili Peppers) (All-State Player in CA)
Jackie Gleason (actor)
Peter Weller (actor – RoboCop)
Eric Lindros (Dallas Stars Forward)
Brandon Routh (actor – Superman Returns)
Samuel L. Jackson (actor)

French Horn
Ewan McGregor (Obi Wan Kanobi Star Wars I, II, III)
Vanessa Williams (Singer/Actress)
Otto Graham (NFL Hall of Fame quarterback)
Henry Cisneros (former Secretary of Housing and Urban Development)
Samuel L. Jackson (actor)

Jonathan Frakes ("Star Trek" actor/director)
Bill Engvall (Blue Collar Comedy Tour)
Nelly Furtado (singer)
Conrad Janis (actor)
John Pankow (actor, "Mad About You")
Tony Stewart (NASCAR Driver)

Neil Armstrong (Astronaut…first man on the moon)

Andy Griffith (actor)
Malik Rose (NBA)
Thomas F. Wilson ("Biff" from the Back to the Future)
Harry Smith (CBS's "The Early Show")
Dan Aykroyd (actor)
Aretha Franklin ("Queen of Soul", singer)

Mike Anderson (NFL)
Tommy Lee (Supernova)
Tracy Simien (NFL)
Eddie George (retired NFL)
Trent Raznor (Nine Inch Nails)
Dana Carvey (actor/comedian)
Vinnie Paul (Pantera)
Andy Schneider (NHL Pittsburgh Penguins)
Walter Payton (NFL Hall of Fame running back)
Johnny Carson (TV Host)
Mike Piazza (former MLB catcher)
Tipper Gore (wife of Former Vice President Al Gore)
Dennis Green (Professional Football Coach)
Emeril Lagasse (TV Chef)
Rosie O’Donnel (American comedian and talk show host)
Trevor Pryce (NFL Defensive End, Denver Broncos)

Thomas Jefferson (3rd President of the United States)
Woodrow Wilson (28th President of the United States)

Jimi Hendrix (Rock Guitarist)

Thomas Jefferson (3rd President of the United States)

String Bass

Thomas Jefferson - Clavichord (3rd President of the United States)
Harry S. Truman (33rd President of the United States)
Richard M. Nixon (37th President of the United States)
Elizabeth Dole (U.S. Senator)

Chester Arthur - Banjo (21st President of the United States)