Top 10 Singers Who Have a Deep VoiceThese singers have deep voices .Some of these singers may sing with soft voice in some songs but they have deep voices .Choose your favorite one .
What can we say about Tim Foust? He can take you so deep until you feel a dance in your feet, on the beat. Not only depths, but he can climb that octave ladder to heights that give you the need to see the actual words coming out of his mouth to believe that's the same man that was just dropping the bass a second ago - a seeing is believing type thing! Love him with Home Free, on all songs, but showcasing his solo portion in "Amazing Grace" with Peter Hollens. On his own album, "The Best That I Could Do"; "Misty Mountains" and "The Sound of Silence" again with Peter Hollens. His deep, resonant voice can be heard in so many places over the Internet, including The Sing Off where they started this fantastic worldwide journey. Just imagine, Tim and Home Free were sharing his deep bassing capabilities all over the US even before they were Sing Off winners! Now, everyone can feel the bass! Good on ya, Tim! Your USA and International Home Free Home Fries LOVE YA!
Bob Dylan once wrote in Chronicles that Johnny Cash "sounds like he's at the edge of the fire," and "Johnny's voice was so big, it made the world grow small." Guitarist and songwriter Brian Setzer even claimed: "Elvis is not so difficult as Johnny Cash because his voice is so distinctive. If you try to copy Johnny Cash, it's just going to sound dumb."
Sums it up really! You always know when you're listening to the man in black and when you're not.
Why is he below a woman? Great musician, great man, great songs, and great voice.
Not the deepest voice, but can hit extremely deep, and is a bass-baritone.
Literally the deepest voice on the list. Imagine if he had actually tried to go low, how low could he have gone?
He has the deepest voice ever! Certainly, people do not understand what a deep voice means.
Easily the deepest voice. He's the only low bass on this list.
I loved his voice and the songs he wrote were awesome.
RIP Leonard, what a wonderful wordsmith and singer you were.
Deep and soothing! Three words you need to know about Jim and the Doors.
Chithra can go low, high, and sounds breathtaking in every word she says.
Chithra is amazingly talented and her voice makes your spine tingle.
Chithra is the best bass singer that I've ever heard. She has a 5 octave range, which is impressive in itself because she can go from bass to tenor without missing a beat. She's definitely one of a kind.
Not only does he have a very solid, deep voice, he also has a highly developed falsetto and higher voice from operatic training. He has an incredibly agility and ability to do riffs and runs, highlighted well in some of his solo work. He's versed with extended vocal techniques that add to his versatility, as well as his unique and technical musicality. Greatly underrated as a singer, musician, and artist.
The deepest/best bass voice I've heard since Geoff Castellucci. Loved listening to Avi's solos as part of Pentatonix. It saddens me that the group is splitting up to go in different directions, as the uniqueness of the a cappella quintet is what separated them from the rest of the industry. Solo, they're just another face in the crowd, and the unique sound of the group will be lost.
There's no one like him, from the best singers of the world!
Bonnie Tyler is above Peter. What's wrong with you? Tell me only one singer who has a deeper voice than him...
He had a hot monster voice, man he is amazing!
Deepest, most haunting voice ever!
Yeah, she knows how to bray at least.
He has a wonderfully deep voice, talking and singing. He was the template for perfection, the man, the maestro, megastar, superstar, his voice is liquid gold. We love you, Elvis.
Number 1, Elvis the greatest ever. Had a beautiful deep voice and could sing anything. No one on this list comes anywhere near him. He was, is, and always will be pure class.
Top of them all, a beautiful deep majestic voice. The greatest singer ever. Elvis, the King.
Better than Barry White if you ask me.
His bass voice is indescribable, and when he gets to the baritone range... holy crap, it is gorgeous! Listen to the end of Voiceplay's cover of Elvira (never been released on CD, only live and watchable on YouTube), and you'll get to hear him pull off a high note effortlessly, which is completely unexpected from a bass like him! Talented, much? I wonder what his wife and son think of his voice?
Everything about this man is sexy. But his voice... it's perfect in literally every sense of the word. His lower tones are so pure compared to other basses I have heard. They seem very natural, and not like he really has to push himself to hit them.
This man has the voice of an angel. It's so hauntingly beautiful, I could listen to it for days on end. The ebb and flow of each note both soothes and excites. It's breathtakingly tantalizing.
Deep and raspy. Love it.
On the start of her career, she performed at an event called the Lollapalooza Festival during 2007 whereby a record label company Interscope found her due to her performance being “amusing” to watch. Since Interscope found her, she was a mastermind behind her songs with a team of producers namely Rob Fusari and RedOne. Most of her songs were deep unreleased cuts, due to her having more than 30 songs and 17 were picked. ...read more.
The only person that deserves to be on the top!