There are at least five artists with this name 1. A British alternative hardcore band 2. An American hip hop group 3. A British hip hop duo 4. A Russian hip hop group 5. An American acoustic trio 1. Dead Poets a UK Alternative Hardcore band http://www.myspace.com/deadpoetsofficial They hail from Plymouth, Devon, and have recently released their first single, entitled Stop Drop & Roll They have just relaesed their new EP Break The Walls http://www.last.fm/music/Dead+Poets/Stop%2C+Drop+and+Roll http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xygwQIt5ZhQ 2. The American Dead Poets are from central New Jersey, and release their music for free. http://www.datpiff.com/Dead_Poets_To_The_Grave.m68716.html http://www.datpiff.com/Dead_Poets_The_Kenny_Chang_Tapes.m26373.html 3. Dead Poets is also the name of a UK poetry/hip hop duo. They are made up of MC Mixy, a UK rapper, and Mark Grist, an English professor. This combination creates a unique dynamic which has lead to some well received live shows and even an appearance on BBC 6 Music. http://www.deadpoetry.co.uk/ 4. Dead Poets is a Russian hip hop group 5. The Dead Poets is a poetry band based in Asheville, North Carolina. http://theDeadPoets.com Founded in 1998 by a poet (Alan Wolf), a writer (Tom Tracy), and an artist (Alex Alford), they take the words of dead poets and arranged them to original melodic compositions, typically sung in three-part harmony. They performed in schools and literary conferences throughout the Southeastern US for a number of years. Their first, self-titled release ("The Dead Poets," 2001) is out of print. Their second release, a 5-song EP entitled "Inspired by the moooos," is available on iTunes. They no longer tour or record, but occasionally perform a few musico-poetic tunes at local benefits or coffeehouses.