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This is a hard question for me to answer. I like rock-n-roll, some of the harder stuff. I like some of the softer stuff. I like rhythm and blues. I ...
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    This is a hard question for me to answer. I like rock-n-roll, some of the harder stuff. I like some of the softer stuff. I like rhythm and blues.

    I guess if I had to settle on one artist it would be a tossup between Eric Clapton and Bob Seger.

    Some artists that I like put out music that I don't care for, but not those 2.
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    Glenn Hughes, Jeff Scott Soto, Geoff Tate

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    Quote Originally Posted by ibowtotux
    Glenn Hughes, Jeff Scott Soto, Geoff Tate
    Sorry but you're talking to an old fart here. I don't want to seem ignorant but who are these people?

    Just curious.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cabs61
    Quote Originally Posted by ibowtotux
    Glenn Hughes, Jeff Scott Soto, Geoff Tate
    Sorry but you're talking to an old fart here. I don't want to seem ignorant but who are these people?

    Just curious.
    My bad. Glenn Hughes has done various projects, probably best known for Deep Purple in the 70s although his solo project is very "virtuoso" in nature. www.glennhughes.com

    Jeff Scott Soto is more of a personal preference to me. He was Yngwie Malmsteen's original vocalist in Rising Force and did the soundtrack for that "Rock Star" movie. His solo career is also very much in the shadow of Glenn Hughes, as they idolize each other.www.jeffscottsoto.com

    Geoff Tate is the singer for Queensryche. www.queensryche.com
    All these guys are in rock. They are by no means the most influential, but they possess talents that cannot be overlooked...

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    Quote Originally Posted by ibowtotux
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    Quote Originally Posted by ibowtotux
    Glenn Hughes, Jeff Scott Soto, Geoff Tate
    Sorry but you're talking to an old fart here. I don't want to seem ignorant but who are these people?

    Just curious.
    My bad. Glenn Hughes has done various projects, probably best known for Deep Purple in the 70s although his solo project is very "virtuoso" in nature.
    I can't believe I missed that. I slightly remember the days of the black lights. I think I did too much LDS....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cabs61
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    Quote Originally Posted by ibowtotux
    Glenn Hughes, Jeff Scott Soto, Geoff Tate
    Sorry but you're talking to an old fart here. I don't want to seem ignorant but who are these people?

    Just curious.
    My bad. Glenn Hughes has done various projects, probably best known for Deep Purple in the 70s although his solo project is very "virtuoso" in nature.
    I can't believe I missed that. I slightly remember the days of the black lights. I think I did too much LDS....
    You mean LSD?
    The singer who touched me the most was actually Bob Marley...
    I also like most old jazz/blues singers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cabs61
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    Glenn Hughes, Jeff Scott Soto, Geoff Tate
    Sorry but you're talking to an old fart here. I don't want to seem ignorant but who are these people?

    Just curious.
    My bad. Glenn Hughes has done various projects, probably best known for Deep Purple in the 70s although his solo project is very "virtuoso" in nature.
    I can't believe I missed that. I slightly remember the days of the black lights. I think I did too much LDS....
    lmao

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    Weird Al Yankovic

    Other than Al, probably John Lennon or George Harrison.
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    Johnny Cash
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    Johnny Cash and Joe Strummer together on Redemption Song... I can't do it justice

    She's obviously not yet in the league with the best of all time, since she's only released two albums, but I'm really starting to dig Jessica Havey from The Duhks.

    And if Ani DiFranco can get her **** back together she's going to be way up there someday.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dapper Dan
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    I do not have a fav singer.
    Then, who are your favourite singer(s)? You also have the choice of not answering the question...
    Nick Cave or Johnny Cash..

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