Top 10 Rock Bands Who Never Changed Their Lineupszxm Unlike many rock bands, these bands never changed their lineups.
The Top Ten
They stopped playing right after John Bonham died. - Undistinguished
Ah didn’t they have 4 shows with John Bonham’s son as drummer.
Led Zeppelin started in 1968. And from then they always stuck with their original members
Jimmy Page - guitar
Robert Plant - lead vocals
John Paul Jones - bass guitar, keyboards
John Bonham - drums
they all were from 1968 to 1980 - zxm
Muse have had always the same members.
Matt Bellamy - lead vocals, guitars, keyboards, piano, synthesizers, keytar
Chris Wolstenholme - bass guitar, backing/lead vocals, guitars, keyboards,
Dominic Howard - drums, percussions, synthesizers, backing vocals - zxm
Quite incredible how the band has managed to stick with the same lineup for over 20 years. - cjWriter1997
Colin Greenwood - bass guitar
Jonny Greenwood - guitar, keyboards, ondes Martenot, analogue synthesisers
Ed O'Brien - guitar, backing vocals, percussion
Philip Selway - drums, percussion, backing vocals
Thom Yorke - lead vocals, guitar, keyboards, piano - zxm
Bono - lead vocals, rhythm guitar, harmonica
The Edge - lead guitar, keyboards, backing vocals
Adam Clayton - bass guitar
Larry Mullen Jr. - drums - zxm
Chris Martin - lead vocals, rhythm guitar, piano, keyboards
Jonny Buckland - lead guitar, backing vocals, piano, keyboards, harmonica, drums, percussion
Guy Berryman - bass guitar, backing vocals, piano, keyboards, harmonica, drums, percussion
Will Champion - drums, percussion, backing vocals, piano, keyboards, guitar - zxm
As of 2019 they have existed for 25 and never changed line up! Also there are six members in the band and when there are that many member you might think it’s more difficult to get along and chances are bigger you will go separate ways.
Till Lindemann - lead vocals, harmonica
Richard Z. Kruspe - lead guitar, keyboard, backing vocals
Paul Landers - rhythm guitar, backing vocals
Oliver Riedel - bass
Christian Lorenz - keyboard, samples, synthesizers
Christoph Schneider - drums, percussion - zxm
Xero is linkin park. Linkin Park formed under the name Xero with mark Wakefield who left in 1999 after they changed their name to hybrid theory. Dave Farrell left in 1998 and rejoined in 2000. When Farrell left he was replaced by Kyle christner who was a member when they changed their name to linkin park. So no they haven't had the same lineup since they formed.
Xerox was Linkin Park’s name before hybrid theory
And Chester Bennington joined the band 3 years after of formation of the band - zxm
NikBrusk, thanks for noticing my list and submitting this. but LP changed their lineup. Mark Wakefield and Kyle Christner were former vocalist and bassist of the band. - zxmV 1 Comment
I hope they don't change anytime in the future. - Undistinguished
Dir En Grey is a Japanese heavy metal formed in 1997. The members consists of Kyo (lead singer) Kaoru (lead guitarist and leader) Die (rhythm guitar) Toshiya (bassist) and Shinya (drums) since 1997 the band has had the same lineup.
Formed in 1997 with singer Kyo guitarist Kaoru and Die bassist Toshiya and drummer shinya. Same lineup since they debut.
Very underrated.but their songs are good. and they had never changed their lineup. always stuck with their original lineup since formation - zxm
Iron Maiden has changed their lineup plenty of times. - ParasN2000
Iron Maiden has had plenty of lineup changes. They had a singer before Bruce Dickinson. His name was Paul Di’Anno he was Iron Maiden’s original singer but got fired because he was a drug addict. They also had a drummer before Nicko McBrain named Clive Burr and left the band around 1982 and was replaced with Nicko. Adrian Smith left sometime in the late 80s early 90s and was replaced with Janick Gers and also in the early 90s Bruce left and was replaced with Blaze Bayley. In 1998 or 99 Bruce and Adrian returned we have the Iron Maiden lineup of today which features Bruce Dickinson on vocals Steve Harris on bass Janick Gers Dave Murray and Adrian Smith on guitar and Nicko McBrain on drums.
Stormtroopers of Death or S.O.D was a American thrash metal band formed in 1985 by Anthrax members Scott Ian (guitars) Charlie Benante (drums) and Dan Lilker (bass). The band recruited vocalist Billy Milano. The group disbanded in 2007.
Same lineup since 2004 - christangrant
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2. Led Zeppelin