What 70’s Rock and Roll Frontman Are You?
Which one of these immortal rock gods are you really?
Pick a crazy stage outfit:
Pick a 70's lead guitarist:
What flavor of rock do you prefer?
On top of singing, what other instrument would you play?
Choose a front woman:
At what kind of venue would you like to play a concert?
Choose a classic 70s album cover:
You are the main man with the golden voice of a fallen angel. Led Zeppelin's front-man is recognized as one of the best, and downright coolest rock singers of all time, to rock harder and move people better than anyone before him, and probably since.
The eccentric, theatrical, emotionally powerful singer of Genesis is among the most original and imaginative voices and personalities to ever play rock music. His theatrical stage presence and iconic costumes would have been enough to immortalize him as legend, but he later went on to have a successful solo career and proved his power and talent knows no bounds.
There has never been another voice, or presence, like Freddie Mercury's in rock music . . . or any kind of music for that matter. Freddie's incredibly powerful, sometimes operatic, always riveting vocal styles allowed his band Queen to mix genres and breakdown barriers of rock music. His live performances were able to move thousands simultaneously, and though tragedy took him too soon, his work and inspiration remain ubiquitous and crucial to rock and pop today.
The dark prince of rock and roll, godfather of metal, and all around entertainment genius leader of Black Sabbath is a more important figure than most people realize, even with his persistent fame over the course of decades. His gentle touch and hard hitting evil sneer are where heave music began to inspire and expand into unknown realms. He is famous not only for his voice and powerful stage presence, but also his antics. All joking and animal bites aside, Ozzy is an important figure, and voice, in rock and roll,and will be forever.
Roger Daltrey, of the who, is a voice everyone nows. His signature wails are engraved in our culture and familiar to you even if you hate rock and roll and love watching network tv. Roger was able to use his powerful voice to play early sixties pop, and helped lead the way into modern rock and roll. The gruff but always smooth voice of the Who has inspired thousands of other vocalists to find their power and tread new ground. All that, and he's still singing today.