This is probably my favourite band, or at least it was in my late teens/early 20s, the canadian power trio Rush! I decided to make them all following Pathfinder 2e options, because I've been playing a lot of that.
Geddy Lee is a human bard. "UGH SERIOUSLY JÃO A HUMAN BARD? MAKE THEM ALL HUMAN BARDS I GUESS IT'S A BAND RIGHT" No but hear me out! Bards and humans are both extremely versatile - bards can fit the skill monkey role, caster, even some martial prowess with the right choices. Geddy plays the bass, sings, plays the keyboard or sometimes trigger midi pedals - OFTEN ALL AT THE SAME TIME. Versatility is his key word! Plus, with the Natural Ambition human feat, he can get access to A SECOND MUSE. It makes sense! I swear! Geddy is the Soul of this party.
Alex Lifeson is a catfolk swashbuckler. Between his stream of conciousness rants in La Villa Strangiato, the funny faces or the barbie dolls around the pedal board on the Snakes and Arrows tour, Alex is pure Charisma, so catfolk for that boost, coupled with Dexterity for his sick guitar playing. Swashbucklers may seem like goofy rogues, but their precision strikes allows for surprisingly high damage, much like Alex can shred the guitar to ribbons despite not being the usual play style of the band. He is the Heart of this party.
Neil Peart, Rest in Peace hero, is an elven wizard. His rythmn patterns are just as tricky to memorize as any spell's theoretical components, and the Int + Dex boosts just play along well with the drumming. His mage hand allows him to play even more lines simultaneously, as most of his fills sound like he has 5 limbs instead of 4. He also writes the often philosophical lyrics of the band - he's clearly the Brain of this party.
Once all was said and done I had a lot of vertical canvas available, so I decided to have some portraits and overworld sprites as well - hope that fits within the challenge rules!