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I was just having a discussion with my wife about who the best living rock singers of the last 30 years or so are. We differed a little bit on some, but our basic list is, in no particular order,
Eddie Vedder, Corey Taylor, Lajon Witherspoon, David Draiman, Brent Smith, Lzzy Hale and Shaun Morgan. She keeps saying Bruce Springsteen but I disagree.
This is obviously leaving out people with 1 foot in the grave like Kieth Richards and Robert Plant and others of that era.
I would like to hear what others think about who we missed on the list, or who shouldn't be on the list.
I know nobody here really knows me here but I thought this is as good a place to ask as any to get an objective point of view.
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Robert Plant for sure.
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Greatest is always subjective, in this case does your list have to be from the already know and famous?
If not, I would say that Mustasch from Mustasch and Big Daddy rich from THC are better singers than is in your list. They are just not well known.

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Steve Perry, Daryl Hall.
Daryl is 73 and Steve is 71 and they both still belt out the songs.

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Sammy Hagar is highly underrated. He has a hell of a range. Michael Anthony is a good backup singer, too. (Check out "Chickenfoot".)
Robert Plant should be on the list.
Paul Rodgers.
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Originally posted by Raydar:

Sammy Hagar is highly underrated. He has a hell of a range. Michael Anthony is a good backup singer, too. (Check out "Chickenfoot".)
Robert Plant should be on the list.
Paul Rodgers.


I almost added Sammy to my list. At 72 years old, he still sings the same as when he was in his 30's. Great singer.
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At 72 years old...


He wears it well.

Check this out if you've got a bit of free time. Quite entertaining and enlightening.

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He wears it well.

Check this out if you've got a bit of free time. Quite entertaining and enlightening.



I like Hagar but Not "love". Good, yes ABSOLUTELY, great....very possibly but "greatest" not even close.
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Originally posted by jw3:
I know nobody here really knows me here but I thought this is as good a place to ask as any to get an objective point of view.


Glad to meet ya'!
Good luck!


Strictly for singing (not considering front-man showmanship, instrument proficiency, song writing skills, etc.)?

Paul Rodgers of Free, Bad Company, & Queen:



Another viewpoint from a player/producer/sound engineer:

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No mention of the great Ian Gillan? Obviously no Deep Purple fans here.

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I haven't paid much attention to Rock n' Roll in over 40 years. Everyone I could name has long since passed.
To me, the greatest Rock singer ever was a little girl from Texas.

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No mention of the great Ian Gillan? Obviously no Deep Purple fans here.



How wrong you are my friend
Deep Purple is most definitely one of the greatest.
The only reason I did not mention Ian is because I think his best contribution to the music world is that one album,...that one GREAT album, Perfect Strangers. After that he was hit and miss. But he definitely has an amazing voice.

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Originally posted by Rickady88GT:

The only reason I did not mention Ian is because I think his best contribution to the music world is that one album,...that one GREAT album, Perfect Strangers.


I wasn't even aware of that album.

IMO, both Deep Purple in Rock and Machine Head were/are fantastic albums.

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I am a fan of Deep Purple, mostly the earlier stuff. I am a sucker for anything with a wailing B3. To me, that is the sound of Rock n' Roll.



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I am a fan of Deep Purple, mostly the earlier stuff. I am a sucker for anything with a wailing B3.


Jon Lord was a god on the B3.

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How wrong you are my friend
Deep Purple is most definitely one of the greatest.
...that one GREAT album, Perfect Strangers.



There are so many great singers. He was not an omission. We just hadn't gotten to him yet.

And yeah... Perfect Strangers is probably my favorite Deep Purple. (Track and album.)

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Originally posted by Boondawg:

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Paul Rodgers of Free, Bad Company, & Queen:



Yes.

Not flamboyant . Not an egotist. Just "focused, and on track", and effing good at whatever he decides to do.

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Originally posted by jw3:
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She keeps saying Bruce Springsteen but I disagree.


I just want to know who died, and made Springsteen "boss".

Bruce was good. He had a hell of a "presence", and had some good songs. Greatest? Nah. Don't think so.

With all of that said... Welcome to the madness. Have fun.
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Originally posted by Rickady88GT:

...his best contribution to the music world is that one album,...that one GREAT album, Perfect Strangers.


 
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And yeah... Perfect Strangers is probably my favorite Deep Purple. (Track and album.)


Okay, you guys tweaked my interest. I'm a Deep Purple fan from way back, but it's their older stuff I'm familiar with... and as I posted earlier, I wasn't even aware of this album.

So I listened to the song, Perfect Strangers. My assessment (not that you asked for it )... I loved it when it finally kicked into its Led Zep Kashmir mode at 4:05, but damn, the song's only 5:24 long! I'm intrigued though, so I'll listen to the rest of the album.
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Two of my favorite rock music singers passed away recently. I'm referring to Tom Petty and Chris Cornell.

That said, I think Ozzy deserves a mention. Although he's probably in the "one foot in the grave" group.

Here's a random mention: John Bon Jovi.
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Originally posted by Patrick:

Okay, you guys tweaked my interest. I'm a Deep Purple fan from way back, but it's their older stuff I'm familiar with... and as I posted earlier, I wasn't even aware of this album.



Perfect Strangers was their huge reunion album and tour in 1984! It was hard to miss!

One singer that always gets missed on this kind of list is Mickey Thomas. He still sounds like he did 45 years ago.

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Originally posted by Blacktree:
... I think Ozzy deserves a mention. Although he's probably in the "one foot in the grave" group.


Perhaps. The story of his life, . He was actually kicked out of Black Sabbath for that reason.
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I don't know how to use the quote feature here but to answer somebody's question,
No they don't have to be famous.
And to answer somebody elses question, I was just thinking singing ability but I guess the other factors are important too.
Also
In my original post I don't know how I forgot to mention Maynard James Keenan from Tool.
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Originally posted by jw3:

I don't know how to use the quote feature here but to answer somebody's question,
No they don't have to be famous.
And to answer somebody elses question, I was just thinking singing ability but I guess the other factors are important too.
Also
In my original post I don't know how I forgot to mention Maynard James Keenan from Tool.




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Let's not forget the ladies:
Anne Haslam
Annie Lennox
Ann Wilson

Edit: Imagine those three singing together!

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Speaking of lady rockers:







Enjoy
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Ann Wilson




My number 1 choice in the female singer category.
She beat-out Stevie Nicks in my decision-making process, and that's no small feat!
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Originally posted by jw3:

And to answer somebody elses question, I was just thinking singing ability but I guess the other factors are important too.


The reason I asked is, back in the day, David Lee Roth was both an above-average singer but also an incredibly energetic front man.
Watching him use the stage was a huge part of the Van Halen experience.



P.S. Someone should probably mention Rodger Waters of Pink Floyd:



And Steve Perry:

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I love the responses, didn't think I would get the wide variety.
Also I find interesting that nobody mentioned the singers that I brought up in my original post.
Maybe nobody here knows them, which leads me to believe that at 43 years old that I am much younger than this crowd.
Anyway, rock on, whoever you like.
P.S. I can't stand Geddy Lee.
Not that anyone mentioned him though.

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I can't speak for anyone else. But I didn't want to just repeat the same stuff. So I tried to mix it up a little. However, I'm familiar with (and also like) most of the singers you mentioned.

Also not a fan of Geddy Lee. No offense to Rush or their fans.
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Originally posted by Blacktree:

I can't speak for anyone else. But I didn't want to just repeat the same stuff. So I tried to mix it up a little. However, I'm familiar with (and also like) most of the singers you mentioned.


Also not a fan of Geddy Lee. No offense to Rush or their fans.


Trying to figure out the quote thing.
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Originally posted by Blacktree:

Also not a fan of Geddy Lee. No offense to Rush or their fans.


I am not a Rush fan, but some might find this Geddy Lee interview interesting.


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Wow, whole new respect for Geddy Lee after watching that interview, but still don't like Rush. Thanks for posting that.
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[QUOTE]Originally posted by Blacktree:

Two of my favorite rock music singers passed away recently. I'm referring to Tom Petty and Chris Cornell.
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Chris was the greatest of today's generation.
I don't know how to post a video like a bunch of people did in this thread but Sevendust covering Soundgarden " The day I tried to live " is one of my new favorites covering debatably the GOAT.
But like anything, to each their own.

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Sticking strictly to the last 30 years: Scott Lucas. Through Local H, he pioneered the two-piece lineup in alternative rock (by modifying his guitars with a second pickup - two strings function as bass); overcame label buyouts, an assault in Russia where he almost lost his voice, and two drummer changes while touring/recording basically nonstop since the 90s and constantly going above/beyond for fans of the band. They released their 9th album in April and have streamed both acoustic covers and full shows from their practice space since the pandemic began.

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Originally posted by jw3: I don't know how to post a video like a bunch of people did in this thread...

If you're familiar with the tags for bold text, quotes, etc... it's the same type of thing. Just put youtube in the brackets, and a link to the video in the middle. Sort of like this...
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You can also click "edit" on someone else's post with a YouTube video in it. It won't let you edit their post, but you can see what they typed in.
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Originally posted by williegoat:

I am not a Rush fan, but some might find this Geddy Lee interview interesting.


Thanks for posting that. I did find it very interesting.

I had originally never been a Rush fan because I could never get past Geddy Lee's high-pitched vocals. However, I can now listen to a lot of their material and simply appreciate the quality musicianship of all three members.
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