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He has a commanding presence live along with everything else. I can't think of anyone else singing for Jethro Tull other than him, and he is a songsmith of the highest order, at least he is to me.

Yeah I'm a huge fan and admit it.:D

I'm a huge fan as well and nothing to be ashamed of :cheers2.
 

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^^Nice to be in good company.:grinthumb

Almost forgot about a surprise on Lady's list. You know I do like two of his songs.

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Ronnie James Dio
Jim Morrison
John Lennon
Bruce Dickinson
Eddie Vedder
Van Morrison
Chris Cornell
Paul McCartney
Ian Anderson
Paul Rodgers
James Dewar
Elton John
Joey Belladonna
Ian Gillan
Roger Daltrey
Robert Plant
Ray Gillen
David Bowie
Freddy Mercury
Steve Tyler
Ozzy Osbourne
Ian Hunter
Rob Halford
Mick Jagger
Steve Marriott

HMs

Eric Burdon
Noddy Holder
Jon Anderson
Geoff Tate
Greg Lake

I'm liking your one! Nice call on Jimmy Dewar by the way, guy had a damn good set of pipes.

A list of 25 would be MUCH easier for me to do than a list of 10 (which I have a very hard time with). I'm not very good at narrowing it down because of how many bands, vocalists, guitarists, etc that I like.

I'll work on my list.

Looking forward to it.
 

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^^Nice to be in good company.:grinthumb

Almost forgot about a surprise on Lady's list. You know I do like two of his songs.

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Do we dare call Tull legends LG? :D

Speaking of Neil Sedaka years ago he lived on Long Island (might still do) and a friend of mine's brother in law worked as a courier for Airborne and delivered a package to his house where Neil gave him a 25 cent tip. My friend's brother in law then tossed the quarter back at him and said "Here you must need it more than I do".

I guess it could've been worse if it was say Gene Simmons who probably would've charged him for signing for the package.
 

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Looks like RC and I have similar tastes. Not saying these are technically the best, just my personal faves. In no particular order...

1. Geoff Tate
2. Robert Plant
3. Glenn Hughes
4. Jon Anderson
5. David Coverdale
6. Frank Sinatra
7. Ronnie James Dio
8. Steve Perry
9. Jeff Scott Soto
10. Jamie Rowe
11. Eric Martin
12. Arnel Pineda
13. Tony Bennett
14. Robert Fleischman
15. Rob Halford
16. Richard Marx
17. Ann Wilson
18. Sammy Hagar
19. Steven Tyler
20. Paul Rodgers
21. Jeff Keith
22. James Christian
23. Todd Rundgren
24. John Waite
25. Bobby Kimball
 
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^^Nice to be in good company.:grinthumb

Almost forgot about a surprise on Lady's list. You know I do like two of his songs.

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He makes my heart flutter. Not because he's beautiful but because of all the wonderful memories I have in my heart because of the happiness his music has brought to my life. :grinthumb

His daughter is a beautiful singer, too. I can't remember her name off the top of my head, but I think they turned out a duet together in the late 70s.
 

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Looks like RC and I have similar tastes. Not saying these are technically the best, just my personal faves. In no particular order...

1. Geoff Tate
2. Robert Plant
3. Glenn Hughes
4. Jon Anderson
5. David Coverdale
6. Frank Sinatra
7. Ronnie James Dio
8. Steve Perry
9. Jeff Scott Soto
10. Jamie Rowe
11. Eric Martin
12. Steve Perry
13. Tony Bennett
14. Robert Fleischman
15. Rob Halford
16. Richard Marx
17. Ann Wilson
18. Sammy Hagar
19. Steven Tyler
20. Paul Rodgers
21. Jeff Keith
22. James Christian
23. Todd Rundgren
24. John Waite
25. Bobby Kimball

Ohhhh, very nice :D

Thanks and would say that Jimmy Dewar was very underrated!

Damn straight. Same goes w/ Davey Pattison, underrated as all Hell.
 

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Damn!! Realized I listed Steve Perry twice so gonna edit that and add his new replacement. :D And yes. Dewar was awesome also!!
 

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Yes Hawk I think we dare call Tull legends...:bow:

Nice list TUNEZ, I see another surprise among your choices.(Great to see Geoff Tate at the top:D)

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