Best Singers of 20th Centuryzxm 100 years a long time .There were more than 100 good singers in 20th century .But only few singers were best among all of them
So I've tried my best to make list of the best of the best singers .
The Top Ten
Incredible talent, who was working till his death. He sang like an angel until the end. Listen "Motherlove", the last song...he had amazing voice in it, when he could barely walk and see (nearly blind in one eye), he had so much pain...and he sang in this condition, like nobody else. He deserves respect. He was very brave, when he appeared in the "These are the days of our lives" video, his appearance was scary and sad, but he wanted to say a last goodbye to his fans: "I still love you"...not a lot of people would have been so brave!
Singing skills, vocal range, amazing vibratos, hardest songs to sing: 10/10.
Amazing vocal skills and vibratos, amazing stage presence and charisma.
His voice was from another universe, I think he was not human, he was an alien.V 4 Comments
This man had the best voice I have ever heard. He can sing absolutely anything.
Simply the best there ever was
Phrasing, personalization, style.
Sinatra' peerlessness sings for itself
Generally considered by experts as the greatest male singing voice of all time, with Pavarotti second. Elvis, Freddie, Levi, and a few others are the greatest of rock and pop, but this guy was on another level altogether. A shame that due to the time he lived in, only a few poor-quality recordings of his performances still exist.
Greatest there ever was
Not even in the top ten? But... but... his voice is amazing! - TheFourthWorld
Michael the first
Michael is my # 1
Expressed his searing heart and brilliance through his amazing voice!
The best ever
How come she is not on this list. The world's greatest female singer
More #1 songs than anybody in history, even exceeding The Beatles. However, during his era of the 1920's to 1940's, there is zero information about how many actual sales he garnered.
There was no other singer.
"The World's Greatest Entertainer", first woman to win a Grammy for Album of the Year (Judy at Carnegie Hall), known for her contralto vocals. Dorothy in "The Wizard of Oz".
Jussi Björling (1911-1960) The greatest lyric tenor of the century.
All you need to know is that he was the lead singer on "My Girl".
The greatest singer I have ever heard
From his early work with The Impressions to his soulful solo work, an amazing singer.
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2. Enrico Caruso (1873-1921)
3. Freddie Mercury (1946-1991)
2. Freddie Mercury (1946-1991)
3. Bob Dylan (1941- )
2. Ronnie James Dio (1942-2010)
3. Rob Halford (1951-)