Top 10 Songs Not Sung by Lead SingersThese are some songs where the lead singers didn't do lead vocals. However they may have done backing vocals or few vocal parts. But the majority of the song was sung by other member.
Sung by Brian May. Don't know if he ever took vocal lessons. But he does great in this song.
A very pleasant song of 1979 sung by their guitarist Bernie Marsden - pretty good vocals. I mean, better than some lead singers for other rock bands...
A great song of Queen sung by Roger Taylor.
Written and entirely sung by guitarist Jeff Waters. One of their most liked songs of the 90s.
Doug Gray is a very good singer. But unfortunately/fortunately their biggest hit was sung by their lead guitarist Toy Caldwell.
The beginning of this song is second to none.
Lead vocals by the bassist Steve Priest. One of my favorite songs by this band.
Steve Priest really can sing if you ask me. He sang on many songs and he sounds great even on the live videos I watched.
A song written and sung by drummer Roger Taylor in 1973.
He sings it very good - he's even better than some lead singers for other bands in that era. It's a very obscure Queen song on their debut album - a short but very fast song. And with pretty heavy sections in the context of the early 70s.
For me the singing wasn't very good. But it became famous.
Sung by Richard Wright. Roger, David and Barrett were their regular singer. But here Richard sings.
It was written and entirely sung by guitarist Jeff Waters.
Sung by George Harrison.
A year and 205 days after this list was created, a song by The Beatles is added.
Best Cars song ever!
Not on top. Cause even though Keith Richard's not a regular vocalist of the band. But he did lead vocals on some songs.
A 1978 song sung by their guitarist Bernie Marsden. Play the sample and be convinced.
Lead vocals - Andy Scott ( guitarist).
In this band all members provided lead vocals and there are more songs.
Sung by bassist Glenn Hughes.
This is sung by Wright too. He has a nice voice