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This. Many great voices over different times and types of music. But Patsy Cline was first person that I thought of.
I forget who said it, "When Sade sings, you listen!"
O.K., I’m gonna go WAY into the danger zone here... First off, I’m the least likely rap fan on the planet. But in certain cases there is no denying talent. Eminem. The song “Stan” is an excellent song. The way they mixed in an unrelated song by Jazz singer Dido is brilliant. No other singer or song would have worked as well. BTW I saw him do the song on TV with Elton John singing the Dido part. Cool, but not as good.
Dale Bozio/ Missing Persons lead singer
Easy, Allison Krauss. Best pure female voice ever produced by God.
Anyone like Beth Hart?
Sass Jordan, you don't have to remind me, and I will make you a believer! This chick rocks, I expected a lot more from her, but it didn't happen. Patti Rothberg rocks too,her first album is one of those albums that you can put it on and let it play, there's not a bad song on it! The name of the album is between the 1 and the 9! Kick ass album!
Love Martina. Easy on the eyes as well. Plus who could ever forget these two. Daughters of a Marine no less.
Yes, I'd have to add Ann Wilson to my list. But, Nancy... oooh, she hits my spot ....
With a glass of JD & coke and let her voice sooth your soul.
Agree, especially in that vid. Smoki'n hot. She still looks hot these days.
Suzy Quatro back in the day
Whitney Houston may not be anyone's favorite, but she was certified as the most awarded female artist of all time by Guinness World Records and is one of the best-selling recording artists of all time, with sales of over 200 million records worldwide.