Top 10 Frontmen in Rock



Top 10 Greatest Rock and Roll Frontmen
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Rock stars do not come any larger than these guys. WatchMojo lists the ten singers with the most effective showmanship, voices, stage presence and expertise.

List Entries and Rank:
#10. Bruce Dickinson, Iron Maiden
#9. Dave Grohl, Foo Fighters
#8. Bono, U2
#7. Axl Rose, Guns N’ Roses
#6. David Lee Roth, Van Halen
#5. Steven Tyler, Aerosmith
#4. Ozzy Osbourne, Black Sabbath and Solo
#3. ?

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  1. What a joke of a list, David Lee Roth is by far and away the best front man in history of hard rock. Steven Tyler socks live, and Freddie Mercury and Mick Jagger are fairies, Robert Plant is the only legitimate competition for Dave.

  2. It just has to be David Lee Roth. Sure, the others mentioned in the list have their qualities but nobody combined sex appeal, humour and intelligence like Dave. If he hadn’t quit Van Halen in ‘85, they’d have been a worldwide stadium act and Dave would be much more appreciated.

  3. Dave Grohl, is not a great singer. Bono is not a great singer. Axl Rose is not a great singer. David Le Roth is great singer. Sveven Taylor is in the mid. Ozzy is not the greatest singer. Mick Jagger is not a great singer. Freddie was a great singer, Robert Plant is a great singer. But you missed Rob Hallford, Ronnie James Dio.

  4. Robert Plant did thing's that very few could
    Lots 0f singers could harmonize with other singers but Plant could and did harmonizes with Pages guitar 🎸.
    Besides Queens music wasn't that great.

  5. Jim Dandy Mangrum..1971 Arkansas state university..the greatest stage show ever seen..we've seen all of these gentlemen at least once in 49 years of shows and bands..this was so wild that 3 women working the concession stand got pregnant and never saw the show 😋🤗😘

  6. Usually these lists have some pretty cringe-worthy picks, but I have to admit this one is pretty close to spot on. I'd like to squeeze Dio and Jim Morrison in there somewhere, and I don't think Joe Elliot gets enough love in these lists, but overall this is a solid list. Oh yeah, I'd flip Ozzy and Steven Tyler and Freddy Mercury/Robert Plant, but that's nitpicking isn't it? (a virtual beer for anyone who can tell me what movie that's from 😜)

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