Tired of hearing commentators say the chances of Bernie Sanders clinching the Democratic nomination are diminishing after Super Tuesday? Tune out the naysayers by rocking out to a playlist by these musicians who have officially given their endorsement of the Vermont senator for president.

1. Garfunkel and Simon (somewhat)

Art Garfunkel not only endorsed Bernie Sanders but also okayed the Vermont senator's use of the Simon and Garfunkel hit "America." Meanwhile, Simon hasn't given explicit support to Sanders, but he did give the campaign permission to use the iconic folk rock tune.

2. Red Hot Chilli Peppers

Anthony Kiedis, Flea, Chad Smith and John Klinghoffer are all feeling the Bern. Maybe this song will give Sanders an edge in the Golden State.

3. Crosby, Nash and Young

Three quarters of the supergroup have backed Bernie. David Crosby, Graham Nash and Neil Young are in. Maybe Stephen Stills will come around in time for a CSNY reunion along the campaign trail.

4. Killer Mike

The hip-hop lifer and social activist recently invited Bernie into his barbershop for a chat about the war on drugs.

5. Outkast

Well, half of Outkast. Big Boi - who put the "Aqu" in the duo's hit album "Aquemini" (1998) - has endorsed the Vermont senator for his positions on ending the war on drugs, overhauling the prison system and legalizing marijuana.

6. One-fifth of MC5

Admittedly, this one's a bit of a deep cut. MC5 were a Michigan quintet of rockers from the 60s and 70s, who were managed by legendary cannabis activist John Sinclair. Guitarist Wayne Kramer is carrying on that legacy by backing the most pro-marijuana presidential candidate of 2016.

7. Henry Rollins

Punk rock icon, activist and Black Flag alumnus explained why he's backing Bernie in an interview with former wrestler and Minnesota Governor Jessie Ventura.

8. Thurston Moore

The frontman of experimental rock icon Sonic Youth is making noise for Bernie.

9. Lucinda Williams

The alt-country songstress is know to end concerts by yelling "Vote for Bernie!"

10.Ani Difranco

The outspoken folk rocker says Sanders is the best bet to buck the system.

11. Roger Waters

The Pink Floyd co-founder can't vote for Bernie personally. But he would cast a ballot for "Saunders" - as Waters calls him - because of the Vermont's senator's passion and earnestness.

h/t Rolling Stone, New York Times