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Who's the Singer?
"When a band is named after a band member, it would seem safe to assume that he/she is the band's frontman/lead vocalist...but we all know that's not always the case. Who is the lead singer for the following bands?"
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In 1981, the J. Geils Band had a #1 album with "Freeze Frame". Who was the lead vocalist for the J.Geils Band at that time?
In 1975, the Elvin Bishop Band scored a #3 hit single with "Fooled Around And Fell In Love". Who was the lead vocalist for this song?
In the 1970's/1980's the Michael Stanley Band had hits on the radio throughout the midwest U.S. , including a minor national FM radio hit, "Midwest Midnight", in 1980. Who was the lead vocalist for the "MSB"?
The 1972 Allman Brothers album "Eat A Peach" gave us the hit song "Blue Sky". Who was the lead vocalist for this classic rocker?
In 1971, Edgar Winter's White Trash released the live album "Roadwork", teaming Edgar, brother Johnny, Jerry LaCroix, and Rick Derringer with a full horn section. Who was the lead vocalist for White Trash?
In 1968, the Steve Miller Band released the album "Sailor", which produced the hit single "Living In The USA". Who was the lead vocalist for the Steve Miller Band?
Ginger Baker's Air Force was a Dr. Frankenstein-like attempt to meld Third World music with a rock-jazz-blues-folk fusion in a super-group atmosphere. Who was considered the lead vocalist of Ginger Baker's Air Force?
After 30 years of hard-hitting rock and roll, Bachman-Turner Overdrive is a band whose name can be invoked when defining the term "classic rock". Amidst the thick guitar chords, thundering bass lines, and energetic drum beats, who provided the hard-hat tough vocals for "BTO"?
After performing together for the first time since the plane crash that killed founder/lead vocalist Ronnie Van Zant, guitarist Steve Gaines, and back-up singer Cassie Gaines [among others], the surviving members of Lynyrd Skynyrd decided to record together again. They chose to be called the Rossington-Collins Band to avoid the perception that they were out to capitalize on the tragedy that befell the band. Who was the lead vocalist for the "R-CB"?
Johnny Van Zant
The Charlie Daniels Band has been playing a meld of country/western-rock-bluegrass-gospel-boogie and blues music since 1972. Who supplies the lead vocals for the "CDB"?
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