There are a number of artists performing under the name Ben: (1) a South Korean solist singer (2) a German spoken-word performer/rapper (3) a UK jazz-prog band from the early 70s (4) a US rapper (5) a Swedish alt-country band now> Rusty Flores (6) Nigerian/British singer and songwriter Ben Ofoedu (7) UK singer-songwriter Ben Ellis (8) French folk singer/group (9) An American indie musician, full name Ben Chatrer ------------------------------------------------------------ 1. Lee Eun-young (born July 30, 1991), better known by her stage name Ben, is a South Korean singer. She was a member of South Korean band Bebe Mignon from 2010 to 2011. 2. There is a Spoken Word/Rap-Artist from Berlin named Ben, who collaborates with Audio88. He is a member of WIR - with Kid Kabul and Audio88. His tracks are available for streaming here. 3. British band, formed by five elements: Peter Davey (Saxophone, flute and clarinet), Alex McCleery (Spelt Macleery on LP) (Moog synth/piano), Gerry Reid (acoustic guitar) , Len Surtess (bass) and David Sheen (drums, congas, percussions). They made a self-title album in 1971, mixing jazz, progressive-rock and some more folk influence. For more information see http://www.myspace.com/benmusicuk 4. A rapper from the United States. For more information on this Ben see http://www.myspace.com/benny 5. A Swedish alt-country band that released two albums and one EP before changing its name in 2005 to Rusty Flores. As "Ben," they released: - Like a wheel touching the ground - Ill-fated and magical - Ben (EP) The band's frontman, Daniel Frank, also appears on a few of Christian Kjellvander's albums and is a regular member of The Lazy Grace Frontier. 6. Phats & Small vocalist Ben Ofoedu, who released a solo single called 'Your Love' in 2000. 7. English singer-songwriter, Ben Ellis, as yet unsigned. 8. French folk singer/group : www.last.fm/music/Various+Artists/Anthologie+de+la+chanson+fran%C3%A7aise+-+les+chansons+d%27amour 9. American indie songwriter and musician Ben Chatrer is a frequent collaborator with Dean Ween, and has released three independent albums since 1999.