Best Classical Crossover SingersDreamformusic Which one do you think is the best Classical Crossover Singer?
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Classical, gospel, country, pop even some doo wop. Makes no difference he can sing it all. His whole heart goes into any song he sings. The way he can be so expressive brings music to life. He's just all around a good guy and great singer.
David is not only the best tenor in Gospel music today, he is also the best Classical tenor!
He is the best tenor all around...and he is a humble God fearing man...
BORING!V 64 Comments
Simply the most beautiful singing voice in the world.
The easiest to listen to but most powerful voice today.
Jackie's influence on the CC genre will be broad and deep. - BobG
Jackie makes sopranos so much more listenable with a subtle vibrato and upper lack of shrillness in the upper registers.V 15 Comments
Among the women, Sarah is in league by herself. NOBODY brings what she does to the musical table. On a scale of 1 to 100, Sarah stands alone near the top with Katherine Jenkins coming in at about 75. Jackie Evancho and Charlotte Church rate in the sixties with the rest below the 50 mark. Sarah's Brightman's DVD 'Symphony: Live in Vienna' heard via a quality sound system is unquestionable evidence of the musical standing.
What a load of rubbish!
With her pitch perfect 8 octave range and natural melody, Hayley Westenra has the perfect combination of talent. She always presents with a professional, refined stage presence that carries her beauty and sophistication. Most other female singers of the modern age should look and learn from her.
I love her voice. I bought one of her cd. Since I bought it last year in December... so yes. I bought her christmas cd. Her christmas cd that I bought is Winter Magic. I like the songs from that cd. - Iamnotlazy
She used to be a classical singer but she goes to pop in 2005? I don't really know. - Iamnotlazy
The singer with the wonderful voice.
It's one thing to listen to Mark Vincent's albums and watch/listen to him on YouTube but NOTHING COMPARES to hearing Mark sing live in concert. His voice is SENSATIONAL live! And it's as powerful as the late great Luciano Pavarotti.
True to his Italian roots, Mark Vincent has a commanding GLORIOUS voice, an engaging personality & he's very easy on the eye. He sings in both English & Italian & his concert tours are magical. He has the best male voice I've had the pleasuring of hearing since Luciano Pavarotti.
Mark Vincent won Australia's Got Talent in 2009 at the tender age of 15 when he already possessed the voice of a grown man. His version of "Nessun Dorma" (at aged 15) is MIND-BLOWING! Since winning, he has released 7 albums (one with fabulous Australian artist, Marina Prior), all charting extremely well. Mark has also had roles in 2 musicals - "Dirty Dancing" & "My Fair Lady" - & he has been the special guest of Dame Katherine Jenkins on 2 of her concert tours.
Mark Vincent is the only classical singer in Australian history to have released 7 albums by the time he was 22.V 2 Comments
Selena is my favorite singer in the world.What happened to her is so very sad but.I think she is the best out of any other. I fell in love while watching her movie.Listen to Biddi-Biddi-Bom-Bom. Youl look be her to.
I like her but she's not better than Selena Quintanilla
He is the pioneer with "Light My Fire" and his English debut album winning 2 Grammy Awards and his well recognized Feliz Navidad. His collaboration with Debarge in his famous All This Love on the guitar. His Chico and The Man and his collaboration with Quincy Jones on Old Turkey Buzzard theme song from McKennas Gold movie. He has performed with the best symphony orchestras worldwide. He sings in Italian and Spanish.
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