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Best Frontman & Singer?

JimJim Member
edited December 2014 in The Pub (Off Topic)
I'm placing my votes for Eric Burdon & Timmy Taylor.
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  • Richard Barr
  • No showmanship like that of Ian Anderson, from Jethro Tull
  • JustinJustin Moderator
    @MarvinLapsus - good call, but Freddie Mercury has to be a serious contender!
    "Reality," sa molesworth 2, "is so unspeakably sordid it make me shudder."
  • edited December 2014 PM
    Nathan Explosion
    My knowledge is worthless if not shared and applied . "Joseph McKenna"  
  • Jim Morrison (The Doors)
  • old school-Robert Plant
    middle school-David Lee Roth
    new school-Mikael Akerfeldt
  • Nathan Explosion
    Your choice of avatar did nothing to give away your thoughts on the topic. \m/
  • I´m split btween Bruce Dickinson (Iron Maiden) and Ronnie James Dio (DIO, Black Sabbath, Heaven & Hell), but outside the "metal" world I´ll sign for Freddy Mercury.
  • @Wulfensteinsson : I also thought about good ol' Bruce, but I found him somewhat overwhelming! (I have always been a bigger Steve Harris fan).
  • Ozzy Osbourne- Can't understand when he talks but he sure can wail out some tunes, I like his charisma and energy on stage;always jumping around and playing air guitar with Tony Iommi. These guys gave birth to heavy metal.
    My knowledge is worthless if not shared and applied . "Joseph McKenna"  
  • GrantGrant Member
    edited February 2015 PM
    for a laugh...

    David St. Hubbins - SPINAL TAP, and before that, The Thamesmen (as seen here)





    ...and check out John "Stumpy" Pepys on the drums. He is the most relaxed laid back drummer ever. John Bonhams complete opposite. lol

    ...and yes, I know that the two above mentioned band members are actors Michael McKean and Ed Begley, Jr.

    Liam Gallagher of Oasis has stated that his brother, Noel, thought Spinal Tap was a real band and the movie a real documentary. Too funny. :))
  • I really like Maynard James Keenan of TOOL & A perfect Circle. Maybe not the most profilic frontman, but his voice, style & technique is really fantastic.

  • HR_pufnsnuffHR_pufnsnuff Member
    edited February 2015 PM
    Lee Brilleaux from Dr Feelgood, stalking the stage like an angry club doorman, completely self-assured, and Roger Chapman from Family (and later solo), just 'into it' - beware flying bits of tambourine and mic stand...






    Oh... and me! B-)




    Just an old show off, really... :))
  • either james hetfield from metallica or dan auerbach from the black keys
  • I'm going to have to vote for Maynard from Tool as well... I have a feeling that in years to come people are going to look at Tool the same way they look at bands that are on a whole different level, like Pink Floyd or Led Zeppelin.

    Honorable Mention goes to...

    Cristina Scabbia from Lacuna Coil
    Michael Poulsen from Volbeat
    and
    Benjamin Burnley from Breaking Benjamin
  • Garry Lee of Rush World tour 2015 and last!!!! See in Seattle @ the Key

    (2112) tonight @ home
  • Phil Anselmo - PanterA
  • Garry Lee of Rush World tour 2015 and last!!!! See in Seattle @ the Key

    (2112) tonight @ home
    Is the the lesser-known brother of Geddy? ;)
  • Till Lindemann (Rammstein)
  • Geddy Lee has a real name and it is Garry!
  • GG Allin
  • DxxDxx Member
    Roy Wood
  • Paul Stanley(Kiss)
  • Alex Harvey. For those that haven't heard of him look him up.

    Pufnsnuff, Lee Brilleaux is my close second. I had the pleasure of his company on 2 occasions, once on a very decadent night in Amsterdam and the second drinking champagne in a nightclub in of all places Dundee, Scotland. A real gent and a great loss to music.

    My third choice has to be Jim Morrison. Funny how all the greats die young.
  • hgrissomhgrissom Member
    edited March 2015 PM
    Davey Havok of AFI

  • Pufnsnuff, Lee Brilleaux is my close second. I had the pleasure of his company on 2 occasions, once on a very decadent night in Amsterdam and the second drinking champagne in a nightclub in of all places Dundee, Scotland. A real gent and a great loss to music.
    I liked the way that because he paid for his house with the money he made from music, he named it The Proceeds.

    Proper chap.

  • Ian Gillan
  • Kid rock.
  • Gary Cherone (Extreme). Saw them twice, Pornograffiti tour and Three Sides tour. Excellent both times.

    I do regret the fact that I never got to see Freddie Mercury live
  • Have to go with Glenn Danzig. Misfits, Samhain and Danzig changed my youth. However, Freddy Mercury, Bruce Dickinson, Phil Anselmo, James Hetfield are all in the same vane. There's just no way for me to name a best, but I'm covered in misfits, Hatebreed and one old Mettalica tat so I lean more punk/hardcore I suppose.
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