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Who's the 3 most iconic male singers of all time?

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Who's the 3 most iconic male singers of all time?

  1. David Bowie

    3.5%
  2. James Brown

    5.2%
  3. Johnny Cash

    6.6%
  4. Kurt Cobain

    3.5%
  5. Bob Dylan

    2.2%
  6. Marvin Gaye

    2.6%
  7. Michael Jackson

    71.6%
  8. Mick Jagger

    6.1%
  9. Elton John

    6.6%
  10. John Lennon

    7.9%
  11. Bob Marley

    8.7%
  12. Freddie Mercury

    39.3%
  13. Paul McCartney

    4.4%
  14. Jim Morrison

    1.3%
  15. Robert Plant

    7.9%
  16. Elvis Presley

    65.5%
  17. Frank Sinatra

    28.8%
  18. Bruce Springsteen

    1.7%
  19. Bono

    0 vote(s)
    0.0%
  20. Other

    9.2%
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  1. Philadelphia Collins White Belt

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    Haha. I gotcha. I went with who it felt like made more of an impact (otherwise I would have picked none of those i chose). That said, not a Plant fan honestly. Not a Page fan either other than maybe 5 tunes. The rhythm section though...different story.
     
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    Elvis and Michael Jackson have to be on there.

    After that it's really tough....Sinatra, Marley, Lennon, Freddie.

    I actually went with Mick Jagger. I feel like he ushered in an era. Plus the guy is still performing!! Though thinking about it more Freddie is probably a better choice.
     
  3. Persuadertron naw son

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    Corey Taylor

    The rest..whomever
     
  4. HappyCamper Orange Belt

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    Steve Perry is up there for me.

     
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  5. HappyCamper Orange Belt

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    Seriously.

    And Steven Tyler.
     
  6. HappyCamper Orange Belt

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    No Little Richard either?! Lol
     
  7. HappyCamper Orange Belt

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    Yes
     
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  8. HappyCamper Orange Belt

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    Has anyone mentioned Ozzy yet?
     
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  9. Randlewand Purple Belt

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    TS forgot:

    -Bon Scott
    -Nate Dogg
     
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    Madonna getting snubbed again. That’s some shameful transphobic shit.
     
  11. Randlewand Purple Belt

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    You're actually right, but he's too old school for m
    IMO the only more iconic then Freddie Mercury are Elvis and Michael Jackson
     
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  12. Randlewand Purple Belt

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    Nailed it.
     
  13. Hans Gercmiov Titanium Belt

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    1 and 2 are easy. 3 is harder. I went with Lennon but considered Sinatra and Freddy
     
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    Fun little fact about the most iconic male singer of all time. You may not realize this but this is Mayberry and not the Music Sub-Forum.
     
  15. ookii Red Belt

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    A lot of the posts here have nothing to with who they think are the 3 most iconic and famous singers. Seems like they are basing it on who they like. Elvis and MJ are locked in for the two slots. John Lennon could be third but it wasn't like he completely overshadowed other members of the Beatles especially Paul so I can understand putting Sinatra as third
     
  16. Midnighter Silver Belt

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    It's impossible to just pick 3.
     
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    Prince - falsetto was damn near perfect and he could sing in his speaking voice as well which was extremely low.
    Freddie Mercury - probably the best pure singer on this list tbh. I mean, dude can sing opera.
    MJ - he's MJ

    Frank Sinatra is the man and elvis is overrated. The clip of him and Frank singing when everyone would cheer wild for Elvis and basically nothing for Frank still pisses me off.
     
  18. MrFriendly ╭∩╮(︶︿︶)╭∩╮

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    The right answer is
    Mj
    elvis
    Springsteen
     
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    Drake
    2 Chainz
    Taylor Swift




    <{cum@me}>
     
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    Freddie but I’m biased Queen is my favorite band all time
     

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