William Royce "Boz" Scaggs got his start as a guitarist and occasional lead singer with the Steve Miller Band, appearing on the band's first two albums, 'Children of the Future' and 'Sailor.' Over his 30 plus year career, the Grammy-winning musician has racked up a catalog of hits including 'Lido Shuffle,' 'Look What You've Done To Me,' 'Miss Sun,' 'Jo Jo,' 'Heart Of Mine,' 'Lowdown,' 'Harbor Lights,' 'We're All Alone' and many others. He had performed on tour with Donald Fagen and Michael McDonald together as one band billed as The Dukes of September Rhythm Revue.
Daughtry is a rock band from North Carolina, formed and fronted by Chris Daughtry, who first gained prominence as a fan favorite on the fifth season of 'American Idol.' After the competition, Daughtry was given a record deal and his 2006 self-titled debut sold over a million copies after just five weeks in release. He is the third most successful 'American Idol' contestant (behind only megastars Kelly Clarkson and Carrie Underwood) and is currently touring to support his band's most recent album, 'Break the Spell.'
From his time in the Doobie Brothers with songs like 'What a Fool Believes' and 'Taking It to the Streets' to his work with Steely Dan, Donna Summer, Kenny Loggins and Christopher Cross to his solo career, Michael McDonald has one of rock's more familiar voices.
Comedian Craig Ferguson hosted the 'Late, Late Show' on CBS from 2005 to 2014. He's also known for his role as Nigel Wick on 'The Drew Carey Show' and in the movies 'Lemony Snicket's A Series of Unfortunate Events,' 'How to Train Your Dragon' and 'The Big Tease.' Ferguson has also written two books: 'Between the Bridge and the River,' a novel, and 'American on Purpose,' a memoir. He was naturalised as a United States citizen in 2008.