The Best Members of the Byrdszam67 Choose who you think should be the best member of The Byrds. An American group that for a time could hold against The Beatles, The Beach Boys, and The Rolling Stones. They merged folk and rock n' roll together and are regarded as one of the best and most influential acts of the 60's.
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The band would have been as successful, without the little fat guy, and Gene on guitar.
Their best singer and songwriter, best looking too.
Wrote many of the songs and was for a time the main frontman. Vocals, tambourine, and harmonica. Occasional guitar. - zam67
R I P Gene I remember well our singing and having a great time writing..You high school friend RichardV 1 Comment
Jim was the Byrds leader, lead guitar and sang lead on many Byrds hits
The most consistent member and main vocals. Lead guitar and vocals - zam67
The melodic bass in the background. Bass and vocals - zam67
The second rhythm guitarist (originally a jazz pianist) and later famous country rock legend. - zam67
Two great songs with the band on one album and the only original songs
Amazing composer & singer
Flat picking master! Unbelievable pull-offs, intonation and depth. Left us way, way to soon!
A lead guitar who contributed on some of the most country-style songs of The Byrds. - zam67
The original drummer who had never before played a real drum kit before the band. Drums - zam67
The cutest - simply adorable to look at
My best friebd
The second drummer of the group. - zam67
A complete jerk, and the main reason many of the original members quit the band.
The main harmonious soar you can hear when McGuinn sings. Rhythm guitar and vocals - zam67
The third drummer brought by White to replace Kelley on drums. - zam67
Secondary bassist for the group, replacing Chris Hillman. - zam67
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2. Clarence White
3. Gene Clark
2. Gene Clark
3. David Crosby