Paisley Park Records Complete Artist Roster

List of Paisley Park Records artists, listed alphabetically with photos when available. This Paisley Park Records roster includes both past and present artists. Popular Paisley Park Records bands and artists are all listed here with information such as what genre the bands fall under and what albums they're known for. If you're looking for any of these Paisley Park Records band's full discographies then click on their name and you can find them here on Ranker. The artists and bands on this list might be pop, rap, rock, electronic or any other genre, but what they all have in common is that they were signed by Paisley Park Records.

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  • Doctor Fink
    Pop music, Alternative dance, Rhythm and blues
    • Albums: Music of the Vampires, Music of the Angels, Midsummer Storm
  • Eric Leeds
    Pop music, Rock music, Smooth jazz
    • Albums: Times Squared, Things Left Unsaid
  • George Clinton
    Psychedelic soul, Rock music, Rhythm and blues
    • Albums: Mothership Connection, Funkentelechy vs. the Placebo Syndrome, Live: P-Funk Earth Tour, T.A.P.O.A.F.O.M. (The Awesome Power of a Fully Operational Mothership), The Cinderella Theory
  • Jellybean Johnson
    Hip hop music, New Wave, Pop music
    • Jerome Benton
      Hip hop music, New Wave, Pop music
      • Jill Jones
        Rhythm and blues, Soul music
        • Albums: Two, Jill Jones, You Do Me
      • Mavis Staples
        Rhythm and blues, Soul music, Gospel music
        • Albums: We'll Never Turn Back, Have a Little Faith, One True Vine, The Voice, You Are Not Alone
      • Mazarati
        New Wave, Pop music, Rock music
        • Albums: Mazarati
      • Monte Moir
        Hip hop music, New Wave, Pop music
        • Morris Day
          Hip hop music, New Wave, Pop music
          • Albums: Daydreaming, Color of Success, It's About Time, Guaranteed, The Oak Tree
        • Prince
          Hip hop music, Synthpop, New Wave
          • Albums: Purple Rain, Sign 'O' the Times, 1999, Love Symbol Album, Around the World in a Day
        • Sheila E.
          Pop music, Rock music, Contemporary R&B
          • Albums: Ricky Lawson & Friends: First Things 1st, Romance 1600, The Glamorous Life, Sex Cymbal, Sheila E.
        • The Family
          New Wave, Pop music, Dance music
          • Albums: The Family, The Screams of Passion, Gaslight
        • The Revolution
          Rock music, Heavy metal, Rhythm and blues
          • Albums: Purple Rain, Around the World in a Day, Parade - Music From The Motion Picture Under The Cherry Moon, When Doves Cry, Dream Factory
        • The Three O'Clock
          Alternative rock, Paisley Underground
          • Albums: Arrive Without Travelling, Vermillion, Ever After, Happen Happened, Sixteen Tambourines / Baroque Hoedown
        • Pop music, Rhythm and blues, Funk
          • Electronic music, Rhythm and blues
            • Albums: New Retro, Waiting for the Day, Safety Shackles, Good Question
          • Ingrid Chavez
            Spoken word
            • Albums: May 19 1992, Hippy Blood, A Flutter and Some Words
            • Albums: 8, 16, 13, 6, 10 (12")
          • Dale Bozzio
            Synthpop, New Wave, Rock music
            • Good Question
              Electronic music, Rhythm and blues

                Good Question was an R&B and dance music vocal duo from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, that was composed of brothers Sean and Marc Douglas. Their only chart hit came in 1988, when they hit number one on the Hot Dance Music/Club Play chart with "Got a New Love".[1] The song also reached the R&B and pop charts in the U.S., where it peaked at numbers 51 and 86, respectively.[2] Another single, "Listen to Your Heart", and its self-titled album were released the same year on Prince's record label Paisley Park Records.[3]

                They re-grouped and currently perform in the Dallas/Fort Worth area.