Rolling Stone’s heavily slanted list which many of us thought was so wrong [click screenshot and click again until it embiggens]:
Immediately, I thought Steve Harley, Michael Crawford, Sarah Brightman:
On that topic – other crossover artists too, such as Bocelli. Is it fair to include any of those?
What about Louis Armstrong or Robert Plant, both with “interesting” voices. Cyndi Lauper? And should they be only English singing? How about Maurice Chevalier? How about Lebedinski? His gravel voice was put on – like Rab C. Nesbitt, he speaks perfectly normally in RL:
And the falsettos? Where’s Sade on that list? Leonard Cohen? How about older singers such as Richard Tauber? Tom Jones? Kate Bush? Rammstein’s singer?
And what about the crooners? Some good people are still alive to listen to them: