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The Rolling Stones thread inspired me to create this one. What is everyone's opinion regarding who the greatest singer is in Rock and Roll history?
I'll go with Freddie Mercury.
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Add Paul Rodgers and the answer has without doubt been stated here or somewhere above. Lock the thread.
This post was edited by Misterray 22 months ago
"If you want to be the Man, then you have got to BE the Man." -- CA Sparty's Dad
No more Journey psycheouts.
Bon Scott here
Some great names there, but one of the great voices from the early era of rock was Roy Orbison.
There is romance in all of us
and personal favorite
May not be the greatest in rock history, but I think Dave Grohl at least gets an honorable mention for having an iconic scream in modern rock.
The best of the best of Dave Grohl's famous screaming parts in classic Foo Fighter songs!
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I'd take those 3 vs. the field.
Michigan State does not and will not run the 3-4 defense.
Not even close.
Or Freddy Mercury
Tough topic, because what are you judging? Technical ability? Charisma as a performing frontman? Sincerity and effectiveness within the context of a band/song?
For me it's Eddie Vedder. When he comes in for the last chorus of "Dissident" or "State Of Love and Trust," that's what rock and roll sounds like.
Surprised nobody mentioned "The Master" yet
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Rod Stewart. His early solo, faces, jeff beck group stuff is outstanding.
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I'll go with Plant. When he goes "ah, ahhh, ahhhh, ahhhhhhhhh" in "Whole Lotta Love," it gets me all tingly inside.
Bruce Dickinson is awesome too. "Fly on your wings, like an eaglllllllleeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee"
(Also, not the greatest ever but Matt Bellamy from Muse gets a nod from me. He hits all the notes, Muse is very underrated.)
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What is that, a Titleist? A hole in one...
Layne also my favorite and certainly the best of the 90's.
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