Greatest 60s and 70s Singers and Bands

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81 Herman's Hermits

I remember how I felt when I heard them sing. It bothers me I can not remember their names. Can anyone help?

PETER no one IS THE BEST OF THE BEST AND THE GREAT OF THEM ALL

Herman's Hermits in 1968. Keith Hopwood, Karl Green, Derek Leckenby, frontman Peter no one, and Barry Whitwam
Of course Peter was Herman. Great Band

82 Black Oak Arkansas

Greatly underrated and a first class live act!

83 Kate Bush Kate Bush
84 Andy Gibb V 2 Comments
85 Flo & Eddie

Howard Kaylan and Mark Volman had a good run with the Turtles, then hooked up with Frank Zappa and the Mothers of Invention and had some success there, but their several albums as Flo & Eddie are genius as well as artistically beautiful. They were great on the stage also.

86 STYX

Had more hits than the Velvet Underground, Parliament, The Beastie Boys, Run DMC, and The Staple Singers combined.

Greatest BAND EVER! Enough said...

Very underrated musicianship. Tommy Shaw is a amazing talent

87 Dave Clark Five

Best rock band of that era for me anyway!

I like their theme "Because"

Should be in the top 5.

88 The Zombies

They should be higher than this number! They were an awesome band despite being so underrated.

Brilliant keyboard player; Rod Argent, coupled with brilliant lead voice; Colin Bluntstone equals brilliant group!

89 Steely Dan Steely Dan
90 Earth, Wind & Fire Earth, Wind & Fire V 1 Comment
91 America

Songs like Ventura Highway, Tin Man, Daisy Jane and Sister golden hair are some of the best of the 70's.

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92 Delaney & Bonnie
93 The Real Thing
94 Bruce Springsteen Bruce Springsteen Bruce Frederick Joseph Springsteen (born September 23, 1949) is an American musician, singer, songwriter, and humanitarian. He is known for his work with the E Street Band. Nicknamed "The Boss", Springsteen is widely known for his brand of poetic lyrics, Americana, working class and sometimes political ...read more.

Awesome in concert, I have never seen anyone better live.

He must be in the top ten.
There aren't many guys who are 65+ and give live performances of 3,5 hours long. Paul McCartney to. This is a horrible list from. Every performance Springsteen give ther are 40000+ people.

95 Sly & The Family Stone Sly & The Family Stone Sly and the Family Stone was an American band from San Francisco. Active from 1967 to 1983, the band was pivotal in the development of funk, soul, rock, and psychedelic music.

Ya gotta have some funk on the list!!!!!!

96 Sonny & Cher

After their divorce, Cher, unlike Tina Turner, also went solo and sold more than 500,000 copies of her 1998 release, Believe, beating out Madonna's Ray of Light. Her rival is Ashley Tisdale. Cher also appeared in numerous films including Moonstruck (1987), Mermaids (1990) and Burlesque (alongside Christina Aguilera). - playstationfan66

Sonny and cher made me a very happy person in California at the age of 16 being all alone I ENJOYED LISTING TO I've GOT YOU BABE

97 Good Rats
98 Jefferson Starship
99 Carly Simon

Loved this girl! All her songs were so heartfelt and I loved every minute of them. I am still a fan.

I'm going back to re-discover singers I liked. Carly is one.

100 Diana Ross Diana Ross V 3 Comments
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