Top Ten Musicians Spawned From Other Musicians
That's kind of a trend, actually. Many children grow up to follow in their parents' footsteps, and the world of music is no different. Unfortunately, from what we found, few of them are able to get to the same level their 'rents did. Some come pretty close though. Here's our list of the top ten musicians spawned from other musicians.
10. Zak Starkey
Son of: Ringo Starr (Starkey) and Maureen Cox
Claim to Fame: Full time drummer for The Who since 1996. From 2004-2008 enjoyed a stint with BritPop outlet Oasis.
9. Jason Bonham
Son of: Late Led Zeppelin drummer John Bonham.
Claim to Fame: Frontman of his band, Bonham. Former Live drummer for Foreigner. Took the place of his Father for Led Zeppelin's reunion show in 2007.
8. Ziggy Marley
Son of: Bob and Rita Marley
Claim to Fame: Four-time Grammy award winner and successful at carrying on his father's legacy.
7. Julian/Sean Lennon
Son of: John Lennon and Cynthia Powell (Julian); John Lennon and Yoko Ono (Sean)
Claims to Fame: Julian made a minor splash in 80's and his 1998 album Photograph Smile received considerable radio play. Sean released one solo album, Into The Sun, and currently fronts the New York-based band Cibo Matto. The brothers maintain a close relationship.
6. Jakob Dylan
Son of: Bob and Sarah Dylan
Claim to Fame: Lead Singer and Songwriter of The Wallflowers who had a huge solo hit with "One Headlight" about a decade ago.
5. Norah Jones
Claim to Fame: Winning Best New Artist and Record of the Year in 2002 for her album Come Away With Me. Has sold 36 million records worldwide.
4. Rufus Wainwright
Son of: Loudon Wainwright III and Kate McGarrigle.
Claim to Fame: Rolling Stone's Best New Artist of 1998. His 2001 album Poses reached number one on the U.S. Heatseekers charts.
3. Natalie Cole
Claim to Fame: Numerous R&B hits and nine-time Grammy award winner.
2. Hank Williams Jr.
Son of: Hank Williams
Claim to Fame: Four-time Emmy award winner for the Monday Night Football theme. Also, a country music revolutionary.
1. Jeff Buckley
Claim to Fame: Posthumous cover of Leonard Cohen's "Hallelujah." The music of his short career is still revered over 12 years after his death. Like his father, died tragically and before his time.