List of Famous Bands from Buffalo

List of Buffalo bands, listed by their level of fame. This Buffalo musicians list includes both bands and solo artists. All famous Buffalo bands are included, as well as many Buffalo musicians of underground status. This list of Buffalo musical artists includes information like what genre the artist falls under, what albums they've put out and more. If you want to know more about these famous Buffalo bands you can click on their names to learn more about them. Bands from every genre are listed here, including rock, pop, hip-hop/rap, jazz, and more.

A list made up of bands like Goo Goo Dolls and Brian McKnight.

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  • Goo Goo Dolls
    Alternative rock, Pop rock, Post-grunge
    • Albums: Black Balloon, Let Love In, "Name", Goo Goo Dolls, Dizzy Up the Girl
  • Brian McKnight
    Pop music, Contemporary R&B, Quiet storm
    • Albums: Anytime, Bethlehem, I'll Be Home for Christmas, Brian McKnight, Gemini
  • John Rzeznik
    Rock music, Grunge, Pop rock
    • Albums: I'm Still Here
  • Cannibal Corpse
    Brutal death metal, Death metal
    • Albums: Butchered at Birth, Kill, Gallery of Suicide, Tomb of the Mutilated, Eaten Back to Life
  • Gym Class Heroes
    Hip hop music, Indie pop, Alternative hip hop
    • Albums: The Papercut Chronicles, As Cruel as School Children, ...For the Kids, Patches from the Quilt, Clothes Off!!
  • moe.
    Rock music, Jam band, Progressive rock
    • Albums: Wormwood, Sticks and Stones, Dither, Headseed, Tin Cans and Car Tires.
  • Jim Hall
    Cool jazz, Post-bop, Jazz
    • Albums: The Unreleased Sessions, Jim Hall & Pat Metheny, Concierto, Free Association, Jim Hall & Basses
  • Black Rob
    Hip hop music
    • Albums: Life Story, Game Tested, Streets Approved, The Black Rob Report, Whoa!
  • Robby Takac
    Rock music, Grunge, Alternative rock
    • Malevolent Creation
      Thrash metal, Heavy metal, Death metal
      • Albums: Envenomed, Retribution, Eternal, In Cold Blood, Joe Black
    • Willie Nile
      Rock music, Folk rock, Alternative rock
      • Albums: Willie Nile, Streets of New York, House of a Thousand Guitars, Places I Have Never Been, The Innocent Ones
    • Patrick Wilson
      Pop punk, Rock music, Emo
      • Cute Is What We Aim For
        Pop punk, Rock music, Emo
        • Albums: The Same Old Blood Rush With a New Touch, Rotation
      • Copper
        Emo, Indie rock, Post-hardcore
        • Albums: The Fragile Fall, Drag Queen
      • Dyke & the Blazers
        Rhythm and blues, Soul music, Funk
        • Albums: So Sharp!, Dyke's Greatest Hits, Runaway People / I'm So All Alone, Let a Woman Be a Woman - Let a Man Be a Man / Uuh, Funky Bull
      • The Bloody Hollies
        Punk blues, Rock music, Garage punk
        • Albums: Who to Trust, Who to Kill, Who to Love, Got It Where It Counts!, Yours Until the Bitter End
        • Albums: What a Way to Go
      • Stacy Clark
        Pop music, Folk music, Acoustic music
        • Albums: Meanwhile..., Movement, Apples and Oranges, Connect the Dots
      • Every Time I Die
        Rock music, Mathcore, Metalcore
        • Albums: Gutter Phenomenon, Last Night in Town, Hot Damn!, New Junk Aesthetic, The Big Dirty
      • Snapcase
        Noise rock, Metalcore, Post-hardcore
        • Albums: Lookinglasself, The California Takeover... Live, Progression Through Unlearning, End Transmission, Bright Flashes
      • Patrick Cowley
        Synthpop, Electronic music, Hi-NRG
        • Albums: Mind Warp, School Daze, Megatron Man, 12 by 12: The Patrick Cowley Collection, The Ultimate Collection
      • Aaron Trubic
        Americana, Rhythm and blues, Soul music
          • The Reign of Kindo
            Jazz fusion, Jazz, Progressive rock
            • Albums: Rhythm Chord & Melody, Play With Fire, The Reign of Kindo EP, This Is What Happens