Greatest rock & metal vocalist

No hype or b.s., these cats can really sing in key & hold a note
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Ronnie James Dio
How many rock stars can brag about recording and touring consistently in six different decades? That's just one of the many claims to fame enjoyed by Ronnie James Dio. Born on July 10, 1942, this Cortland, New York native began his recording career back in 1958. Even back then, the seeds of Ronnie James Dio's future musical excesses had already been sown...
“ The greatest metal vocalist of all time. He will truely be missed ” - Kekkisguitars
 
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Joe Lynn Turner
Joe Lynn Turner was born as Joseph Arthur Linquito 2 August 1951 in Hackensnack New Jersey, USA. He made his first records with Fandango in the early 70s. Deep Purples's Ritchie Blackmore asked him to join Rainbow in 1980 and he was in the band for 4 years. His solo debut came 1985 and was called "Rescue Me"...
 
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Freddie Mercury
Soundtrack, Metropolis
Freddie Mercury was born on the Tanzanian island of Zanzibar. His parents, Bomi and Jer Bulsara, sent him off to a private school in India, from 1955 til 1963. In 1964 Freddie and his family flew to England. Freddie was very delighted to come to England. In 1966 he started his education at the Ealing College of Art...
 
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Ian Gillan
Soundtrack, Rain Man
Former vocalist for the Javelins and Episode Six, Ian Gillan joined Deep Purple in 1969. They recorded the legendary albums "Deep Purple In Rock", "Fireball", "Machine Head" and "Who Do We Think We Are", as well as a number of live albums. He left Deep Purple in 1973 due to differences with guitarist 'Ritchie Blackmore'...
 
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Pat Benatar
Soundtrack, Sesame Street
Pat Benatar was born Patricia Andrzejewski in Brooklyn and raised in suburban Lindenhurst, Long Island. Her mother Millie had sacrificed her own career as an opera singer to bring up Pat and son Andrew. Years later, it was Pat who singing classical, honing the powers of her 4.5-octave voice as a member of Lindenhurst High's musical-theater department...
 
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Ann Wilson
Soundtrack, Shrek the Third
Singer, flute player, songwriter, and guitarist Ann Dustin Wilson was born on June 19, 1950 in San Diego, California. The daughter of a colonel in the Marine Corps, Wilson and her family moved around a lot, before eventually settling in the Seattle suburb of Bellevue, WA. Ann attended Interlake High School in Bellevue...
 
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Robert Plant
Soundtrack, San Andreas
Prior to Hobbstweedle (a pickup blues band formed to honour a gig at West Midlands College Of Education) Robert was the frontman for The Band of Joy - featuring Percy, John Bonham, Paul Lockey (bass), Chris Brown (keyboards) and Kevyn Gammond (guitar). The BOJ were on verge of making a record deal when they split a little acrinmoniously...
 
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Geddy Lee
Geddy Lee is best known as the vocalist, bassist, and keyboard player for the rock group Rush, which also features drummer Neil Peart and guitarist Alex Lifeson. Rush is the most successful Canadian music group in history, and is the third most prolific seller of consecutive (American) Gold and Platinum Records and videos...
 
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Lou Gramm
Soundtrack, The Lost Boys
 
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“ Great singer formmer vocalist head east ” - Kekkisguitars