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- Eddie Baranek: Vocals, Guitar
- Jarrod Champion: Keyboard, Vocals
- Skip Denomme: Drums
- Roderick Jones: Saxophone
- Liz Mackinder: Vocals
- Chrissy Morgan: Vocals
- Kyle Schanta: Bass Guitar, Vocals
- Nate Cavalieri (2002-2003): Organ, Vocals
- Bobby Emmett (2004-2007): Organ, Piano Bass, Vocals
- Keith Fox (2006-2007): Drums
- Matt Hatch (2003-2004): Bass Guitar
- Dave Knepp (1998-1999): Drums
- Dave Lawson (2009-2011): Bass Guitar, Vocals
- Mark Leahey (1998-2002): Bass Guitar
- David Shettler (2001-2005): Drums, Vocals
- Gordon Smith (2009-2011): Keyboard, Vocals
- Eugene Strobe (1999-2001): Drums
- Dean Tartaglia (2011-2012): Saxophone, Backing Vocals
- Mike Trombley (1998, 2005-2006): Drums
- In 2012, The Sights toured the United States and Europe with Tenacious D.
- In 2014, the band's published tour diary, "Taken Alive: The Sights' Rock and Roll Tour Diary," was recognized as one of twenty 2014 Michigan Notable Books by The Library of Michigan. The book includes entries and photographs written and taken for The Detroit Metro Times.
- In Popular Culture
- "Left Over Right" was featured in Someone Marry Barry in 2014.
- "Not as Pretty" was featured in The Newsroom (U.S. TV series) in 2013.
- "Just Got Robbed" was featured in National Lampoon in 2009.
- "Just Got Robbed" was featured in Reaper in 2009.
- "Just Got Robbed" was featured in America's Funniest Home Videos in 2008.
- "Circus" was featured in The Shield in 2008.
- "Good Way to Die" was featured in Fast, Inc. in 2006.
- "Waiting on a Friend" was featured in Just Friends in 2005.
- "Circus" was featured in Wedding Crashers in 2005.
- "Sick and Tired" was featured in The Last Chancers in 2002.
- Studio albums
- Are You Green? (1999, Spectator Records; reissued on Fall of Rome Records)
- Got What We Want (2002, Fall of Rome Records)
- The Sights (2005, New Line Records)
- Most of What Follows Is True (2010, Alive Records)
- Left Over Right (2012, Hiros Rise Music)
- Silver/Gold 12" EP (2009, Lower Peninsula Records)
- Twelve In The Bar (2011, Fountain Records)
- Sights On-Seen Archived 2000-09-30 at the Wayback Machine. Detroit Metro Times, 3/10/99. Accessed July 6, 2007.
- Artists to Watch Archived 2007-05-10 at the Wayback Machine. Filter Magazine. Accessed July 6, 2007.
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