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Discussion in 'The Backstage' started by Sapient, Sep 22, 2021.
All-around, who rules the roost?
*edit - Looks to be a nail-biter!
Halford, the rest are amateurs...
I would go with Dio by a hair over Bruce Dickenson, Rob Halford and Jeoff Tate. While all of them could belt it out, I think Dio had a bit more stage presence.
Of the choices , Paul Stanley
Good range (in his heyday) good songs / riffs
Man, with Dio on there it was hard for me to pick. But I chose Cornell for the fact that he was an all around great musician on top of having one of the best voices ever.
I feel Cornell had the most powerful vocals out of all of them.
That really is a tough list to choose from.
Lots of great vocalists on that list.
I'm going with Staley. But that was only half the equation in his situation....
All of those listed are pretty great though
Iggy Pop, very underrated vocalist and songwriter, absolutely owned a live performance.
Tate pre 1994.
Bruce pre 1987.
Jerry did his part fo sho
Now that surprises me coming from you .
I thought youd say
James LaBrie from Dream theater or something along those lines.
Ah, but Phil could waste all those guys back in his prime...
The man could actually sing!
my top singers are
Matt Barlow ( Iced Earth)
James Hetfield ( Meeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeetalica)
Sully Erna ( Godsmack)
Ian Gilan ( Deep Purple)