Owl City's guests on "Mobile Orchestra":

1. Aloe Blacc on "Verge." He's the hit voice behind Avicii's worldwide smash "Wake Me Up" and scored with his own "The Man." He performed at a Minneapolis party during baseball's All-Star Game, and he's rumored to be performing at the Super Bowl halftime with Bruno Mars. "Verge," about what you do after graduation, was heard on ESPN's show "Draft Academy."

2. Jake Owen on "Back Home." A headliner this summer at the Winstock festival in Winsted, Minn., Owen has scored five No. 1 country singles including "Blue Jean Saturday Night" and "Beachin'."

3. Hanson on "Unbelievable." Best known for their 1997 hit "MMMBop," which led to three Grammy nominations and an album that sold 10 million copies, the trio of brothers has gone from bubble gum to adult rock over 10 albums. In 2013, the Oklahoma trio launched their own beer, Mmmhops.

4. Britt Nicole on "You're Not Alone." She is a popular Christian singer from North Carolina whose recent music also has been marketed to mainstream pop radio.

5. Sarah Russell on "Thunderstruck." The British EDM star has worked with the likes of Armin van Buuren and Estiva.

Jon Bream