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- In the booklet for the Christian group ApologetiX's 2003 CD "Adam Up," their guitarist is wearing a Strong Bad shirt. Also, at a show in Cincinnati, Ohio, the guitarist, Karl, wore his Strong Bad shirt (the mask shirt). In the booklet, he is wearing the full body shirt.
- At their stop in Big Rapids, Michigan October 2, 2004, the keyboardist, Bill Hubauer, somehow got the Homestar quotes from the main webpage into his piano playing loud "Toons!," "Games!," "Characters!," and "Downloads!" while the lead singer, J. Jackson, was trying to say stuff. So far, no reported repeats of this activity.
- On August 22nd ApologetiX stopped at Elizabethtown, PA. In the middle of the concert, between songs, Karl started singing "Trogdor". He also commented on someone's The Cheat hoodie.
- Early 2006 ApologetiX released a Live DVD with snippets between some songs. Karl is seen several times with a Trogdor t-shirt.
- On www.apologetix.com in the FAQ section, it says Bill Hubauer's (keyboardist) favorite bands are "including, but not limited to...Limozine, etc.
- In 2007, ApologetiX bought and renovated a bus. On the web site with pictures of their progress, one of the albums is titled "Demolition II: (This Time It's Not "Demolition I")", a reference to Dangeresque.
- In 2007, ApologetiX played Emanuel Community Church in Fort Wayne, Indiana and while people were finding seats, the song "Trogdor" was played.
- The song "Pink Pants" features Strong Bad as a guest vocalist. Homestar also appears at the end of the song.
- Pop singer/songwriter Ashley Wool links to homestarrunner.com in the "Friends" section of her Web site. Since finding herself listed in the "Musical Sightings" section, she joined the wiki as TehAshleyWool.
- The photos on her MySpace (http://www.myspace.com/ashleywool) include a photograph of a Trogdor drawing on the bathroom wall of the studio at which she recorded her first album.
- Other references in her photos include a picture of Modestly Hot Homsar, accompanied by the caption, "Don't cha wish your girlfriend was modestly hot like me?" (in reference to the Pussycat Dolls' single "Don't Cha)," as well as a screen capture of her coloring one of the pages from the Limozeen Coloring Book (from coloring), with lyrics from her song "Disposable (The Crayon Song)."
- On one of her blog postings, the title is "What time is it? IT'S VALENTIMES!", which is from Teen Girl Squad Issue 12. Readers of her blog will find many more subtle references to the site, and links to several of the toons, especially on Halloween. She also blogged excitedly about her feature on the Wiki.
- Her MySpace headlines have featured numerous H*R quote such as, "and that's when i tampered with the dna evidence," "Crystal clear like domestic beer!" from rough copy, and "With a rusty fork and a guitar string," from pet show.
- She recently posted an acoustic cover of Beyonce's "Irreplaceable," and during the song's interlude, she imitates Homestar's voice as she quotes his line from Date Nite: "Ah, good evening, ungodly couple..."
- The song's picture features Homestar as the waiter from this toon.
- Ashley interviewed the band Y-O-U, co-producers of Strong Bad Sings And Other Type Hits for Musiqtone.com, and mentions that she is a "huge fan" of the album. Her penultimate question for the band is, "If you had three wishes, what would the second one be?" in reference to 3 wishes.
- Homestar makes a random appearance on the interactive Beach Boys CD-ROM "Project SMILE." Click to enter the "Smile 2004" section, then the "Fan Experiences" subsection. Somewhere in the mess of random images on the main page of this section is a tiny animated GIF of Homestar dancing.
- On December 16th 2004 at the Zenith in Munich, Germany, the Beastie Boys used two JumboTron screens on the left and right side of the stage to present to the crowd the first one and a half minutes of Everybody to the Limit. The crowd cheered and clapped their hands rhythmically with the music.
- Everybody to the Limit and other Homestar Runner footage might have been part of other Beastie Boys shows during the 2004 Pageant Tour, but no other sightings have been reported.
 Bigg Nife
- On the links page on Butchwalker.com, there is a link to homestarrunner.com which reads "Homestar Runner ..our buddies.. yes.. i said it.. OUR buddies.."
There is a British dubstep DJ called Chrispy, which was named after the sender in labour day.
City (Comma) State is an actual band established in 2010 in collaboration with Blink 182 frontman Mark Hoppus. The band was named after the indie film that Strong Bad imagined in the email independent.
 Family Force 5
- On their myspace, in the Durrty Durrty Blog #14, titled "Are You Ready For Some Football", Chapstique intentionally spells "job", "jorb".
- Reese Roper, lead singer of the Christian ska band Five Iron Frenzy, is pictured in a CD release's booklet wearing a The Cheat shirt as shown here. In the liner notes, drummer Andy Verdecchio thanks Strong Bad.
- During their performance at the 2003 Cornerstone Music Festival, Reese asked the crowd if they were "ready to achieve burnination".
Josh of the Christian Celtic punk group Flatfoot 56 cites Homestar Runner as one of his favorite websites. 
 The Foresters
- The Foresters have a song called "Bleach'd", , which is a reference to Teen Girl Squad.
- They also sample the music from Old Intro 2 on their song Twisted.
The indie rap group's song "New Friend Request" (video currently available on the website) includes the lyrics "On a scale of 1 to awesome".
 Home Star Runner
An Irish indie band from Dublin named after the website of the same name. In a radio interview on Dublins' FM104, they stated they were fans of the cartoon.
 Hoosier Hijack
During a performance of their song The Mixed Tape for Yahoo Music, one of the band members can be seen wearing a Limozeen t-shirt. See it here.
On June 6th, 2003, during his solo tour, Jay Clifford was asked to play a song and replied "It's been probably five years since I've played this song so forgive me. It's gonna sound like crap. Crap! It's gonna sound like crap! Anybody watch Homestar Runner? It's the cool- I mean, the best thing ever, that's ever happened to this planet! That's Homestar Runner. So Holy Crap!" Download this clip! - You will need to be able to convert it or play a shnf file.
During one bonus "track" on their remixed album (Remixed), Chris sings something extremely similar to The System is Down (one of the various sound effects).
 Karl Olson/Ultraklystron
Karl Olson, also known as Ultraklystron, recorded two songs related to H*R: a cover of The Skate Party song Strong Sad Rocks Out and an original song, He's Homsar, which are no longer available at these sites.
On his 2005 album, Behind the Musik (A Boy Named Jonah), Christian rapper KJ-52 lists Homestar Runner in his song "Things I Like."
Upon being asked what his favorite Strong Bad Email was, KJ-52 replied, "Oh, man! Come on, now, that's not even a question right there. Um, my favorite Strong Bad Email, I'm-a probably say, I like the one where they got the virus, that one was hilarious. I like the one where Bubs went out and blew, um, shot a hole through the computer, but I have tons of them. Couldn't even name them all on top of my head. Um, so, that's to say, I have quite a bit. I would say that one's definitely one of the first ones that popped into my head." Click here to hear the podcast.
Earlier, a fan asked if he would write a song about Homestar Runner. KJ-52 said, "Oh, yeah! I just went to Homestar Runner this morning. I was watching, um, I read the cheatday, that was a Strong Bad Email, so you might wanna go check it out. Do I think I'll write a song about Homestar Runner? Uh, you know what, don't put it past me, I'm not saying I would. But don't put it past me, I would say that this is from the guy who wrote a song about mullets, Napoleon Dynamite and Mountain Dew. And, I love Homestar. I think it's my favorite web site ever." Click here to hear the podcast.
 Kid, You'll Move Mountains
- The band Kid, You'll Move Mountains has a song titled "I'm a Song from the Sixties," a reference to a line Homsar said in interview.
 Legitimate Business
- The band Lemon Demon referenced Trogdor in the song Fire Motif from "Clown Circus" with the lyrics "The time has come for burnination."
- In the song "Geeks In Love" on the album Damn Skippy, one lyric says "ponkity-ponkity", and in the commentary Neil Cicierega says that it is a reference to the Strong Bad email funny.
- In the Music Video for "Geeks In Love", during the Logo declaring the songs name, you can see the word "TROGDOR" in the background.
- Videogame music remixer MazeDude (Christopher Lee Getman) created a remix of the boss theme from Final Fantasy Mystic Quest, using clips from Homestar Runner cartoons. This mix was made for use in the Final Fantasy Mystic Quest Remix Project titled Misstik Kwest on OverLooked ReMiX. 
- The Video for "I'm dreaming of a Green Christmas", which was animated by Lars himself, includes Trogdor as one example of something green.
- In the same video, a man shoveling poop is seen.
- The band Mindless Self Indulgence played The System is Down and Everybody to the Limit while setting up equipment before a show at the Metro in Chicago, Illinois. After the show, a band member was heard to comment on a fan's Strong Bad T-shirt and mentioned reading about H*R in Spin Magazine.
- During their Desparta Los Ninos tour a compilation CD was played in between opening acts and before the openers played. The CD had The System Is Down, Everybody to the Limit and Ballad of the Sneak. The lead singer Jimmy Urine is quite fond of Homestar Runner cartoons, especially Strong Bad.
- Lead singer Gerard Way, in an interview with Hot Topic, said that homestarrunner.com was one of his favorite websites. (This interview is no longer on HotTopic.com.)
The music video for of Montreal's song "Heimdalsgate Like a Promethean Curse" was co-directed by The Brothers Chaps.
They have a song called The Poopsmith Song on the album For the Kids III.
On their "links" page, under the "things we love" list, there is a link to homestarrunner.com
Patent Pending has a song on their album Don't Quit Your Day Job called Decemberween.
The hidden 13th track of The Planet Smashers album Mighty proclaims "Trogdor!"
Poison released an album titled Poison'd! in June 2007.
Strong Bad is thanked in their "Special Thanks" section of their self-titled debut album.
- The band Relient K had a Homestar Runner-like shirt logo (currently unavailable) and have linked to Homestar Runner from their web site, although since the reformatting of their website the link has been taken off.
- Occasionally, Relient K will play Teen Girl Squad in concert.
 The Reunion Show
- The punk rock band The Reunion Show named one of their songs for their 2002 debut album "Kill Your Television" "On a Scale from One to Awesome (You're Pretty Great)".
- Geddy Lee, lead singer and bassist for the band, performed wearing a Trogdor t-shirt at their July 11th, 2008 show in Manchester, NH.
 Salsa Commodity
Salsa Commodity released the song A Tribute to Homestar Runner "Live" on their debut album, Official Homemade Ice Cream. Before all this, guitarist and singer Michael Sanders made a song about Teen Girl Squad, which can be found in the old music section of the site. There is also a sort of Trogdor cover there, using the singing from the email.
 Shaffer the Darklord
His song "Nerdy Girls" Mentions that he enjoys women wearing 'Strong Bad shirts'.
 Screaming Mechanical Brain
Screaming Mechanical Brain covered the song Trogdor on their album "SMB's Museum of Barnyard Oddities"
Wrote the music for The Cheat Theme Song, and sent it to The Brothers Chaps as a fan contribution, who liked it enough to make a video for it and put it on the site. The Skate Party also have another song called "Strongsad Rocks Out".
 Sol Martin
 Something Corporate
On the Live in Ventura Theater DVD, one of the band members is shown wearing a Strong Bad shirt in the beginning.
 Strike Four
 Strong Bad Live!
On June 7th, 2003, at a concert featuring Radiohead and the Beastie Boys, Strong Bad Emails were shown on the JumboTron between acts. They also showed Everybody to the Limit and it had a special new introduction wherein Strong Bad complained that he wasn't allowed on stage even though he had been the #1 hit for two summers in a row.
On Episode 17 of the Switchfoot podcasts, it begins with a member playing Guitar Hero. You can hear Trogdor playing in the background.
Orange County ska band Suburban Legends thank "homestarrunner.com" in the inside cover of their 2003 album Rump Shaker.
The insert for Tacocat's 2009 split with Ghost Mice is a spoof of the traditional Teen Girl Squad opening sequence.
 Time For Living
The San Francisco hardcore punk band Time For Living has a Homestar themed album with the title track "The Cheat is not Dead". They have songs called "Discount Brick", "Just A Friendly Reminder", "Population: Tire", and "The King Of Town." Beyond the titles, the songs don't have any relationship to Homestar Runner.
This band has written a song entitled "He's Homsar".
 Very Low Sodium Band
- The Very Low Sodium Band has a song that praises Homestar Runner. Hear the song here.
- VLSB guitarist and singer Michael Sanders later formed the band Salsa Commodity a recording is on their album Official Homemade Ice Cream.
 Waking State
In the liner notes of their 2005 release, Hang On, the DC Band Waking State gives special thanks to www.homestarrunner.com.
In the music video for Virus Alert (included on the Straight Outta Lynwood DualDisc), a guitar turns into a shark, which then eats the guitarist. The scene is a reference to a similar scene in Teen Girl Squad Issue 8.
- The animator of the video, David Lovelace, is a big fan of Homestar Runner.