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  posted on 7/24/2019 at 06:24 AM
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Highly rate vocalists....let's see....I really enjoy

Geddy Lee
John Bell from WSP
Steve Perry - The Voice!!!
Donna Jean - I find I listen mostly to the live GD stuff when she was part of the lineup
Phil Lesh - he really developed a soothing baritone in the last couple decades post GD
Dennis DeYoung - Styx - wow

Just a few obvious / universal favorites off the top of my head.


Hey Tim -

I think it's interesting and surprising that our tastes are somewhat different.

The reason I can't stand Rush is Geddy Lee.

Like Panic but as I've posted before, John Bell's voice gets on my nerves after about a half hour.

Phil Lesh: This is old but a lot of people don't like Phil and I agree.

Dennis DeYoung: He tried to totally change Styx and they said no. Mr. Roboto? That's why he isn't in the band anymore.

Just my opinions.


 

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  posted on 7/24/2019 at 09:05 AM
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Highly rate vocalists....let's see....I really enjoy

Geddy Lee
John Bell from WSP
Steve Perry - The Voice!!!
Donna Jean - I find I listen mostly to the live GD stuff when she was part of the lineup
Phil Lesh - he really developed a soothing baritone in the last couple decades post GD
Dennis DeYoung - Styx - wow

Just a few obvious / universal favorites off the top of my head.


Hey Tim -

I think it's interesting and surprising that our tastes are somewhat different.

The reason I can't stand Rush is Geddy Lee.

Like Panic but as I've posted before, John Bell's voice gets on my nerves after about a half hour.

Phil Lesh: This is old but a lot of people don't like Phil and I agree.

Dennis DeYoung: He tried to totally change Styx and they said no. Mr. Roboto? That's why he isn't in the band anymore.

Just my opinions.






your opinion on styx is weird as it was dennis deyongs band. how can he try and change his own band? he is out because at one point he was unable to tour around 2000 and lawsuits were filed hence that was the end of him in the band

 

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  posted on 7/24/2019 at 11:24 AM
I will see two of my very favorites on August 19th at The Mountain Winery in Saratoga, CA: Boz Scaggs and Aaron Neville. I hope Boz is doing better, he had some health issues recently which caused him to cancel some shows. I have no details regarding what was going on but I do know it was Doctor's orders to stop performing for awhile.

Boz is back!!
https://bestclassicbands.com/boz-scaggs-postpones-tour-7-2-19/

[Edited on 7/24/2019 by robslob]

 

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  posted on 7/24/2019 at 12:28 PM
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Highly rate vocalists....let's see....I really enjoy

Geddy Lee
John Bell from WSP
Steve Perry - The Voice!!!
Donna Jean - I find I listen mostly to the live GD stuff when she was part of the lineup
Phil Lesh - he really developed a soothing baritone in the last couple decades post GD
Dennis DeYoung - Styx - wow

Just a few obvious / universal favorites off the top of my head.


Hey Tim -

I think it's interesting and surprising that our tastes are somewhat different.

The reason I can't stand Rush is Geddy Lee.

Like Panic but as I've posted before, John Bell's voice gets on my nerves after about a half hour.

Phil Lesh: This is old but a lot of people don't like Phil and I agree.

Dennis DeYoung: He tried to totally change Styx and they said no. Mr. Roboto? That's why he isn't in the band anymore.

Just my opinions.





I was just poking the bear with that list. I actually like some of those (except Donna Jean & Phil!), but not my favorites. I just took the least favorites from the other thread. I figured the inclusion of Lesh would make my sarcasm a giveaway!

 

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  posted on 7/24/2019 at 01:20 PM
Tom Jones, Jim Morrison, John Fogerty.
 

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  posted on 7/24/2019 at 08:37 PM
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Highly rate vocalists....let's see....I really enjoy

Geddy Lee
John Bell from WSP
Steve Perry - The Voice!!!
Donna Jean - I find I listen mostly to the live GD stuff when she was part of the lineup
Phil Lesh - he really developed a soothing baritone in the last couple decades post GD
Dennis DeYoung - Styx - wow

Just a few obvious / universal favorites off the top of my head.


Ok so here is the JC Superstar cast lineup

Geddy Lee - Jesus
Steve Perry - Judas
Donna Godchaux - Mary Magdalene
Phil Lesh - Caiaphas
John Bell - Herod
Dennis De Young - Pilate

 

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  posted on 7/25/2019 at 06:52 AM
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Highly rate vocalists....let's see....I really enjoy

Geddy Lee
John Bell from WSP
Steve Perry - The Voice!!!
Donna Jean - I find I listen mostly to the live GD stuff when she was part of the lineup
Phil Lesh - he really developed a soothing baritone in the last couple decades post GD
Dennis DeYoung - Styx - wow

Just a few obvious / universal favorites off the top of my head.


Hey Tim -

I think it's interesting and surprising that our tastes are somewhat different.

The reason I can't stand Rush is Geddy Lee.

Like Panic but as I've posted before, John Bell's voice gets on my nerves after about a half hour.

Phil Lesh: This is old but a lot of people don't like Phil and I agree.

Dennis DeYoung: He tried to totally change Styx and they said no. Mr. Roboto? That's why he isn't in the band anymore.

Just my opinions.





I was just poking the bear with that list. I actually like some of those (except Donna Jean & Phil!), but not my favorites. I just took the least favorites from the other thread. I figured the inclusion of Lesh would make my sarcasm a giveaway!


I'm not that clever.

 

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  posted on 7/25/2019 at 06:59 AM
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your opinion on styx is weird as it was dennis deyongs band. how can he try and change his own band? he is out because at one point he was unable to tour around 2000 and lawsuits were filed hence that was the end of him in the band


Didn't know it was his band. I could certainly be wrong but it seemed to me that Tommy Shaw wanted a rock band and Dennis wanted sort of a rock opera thing. No clue about any legalities. Just my opinion but I think they are more popular now touring with other classic rock bands from the 70s. I can't imagine Ted Nugent playing on a stage with Dennis but Ted played here in Chicago with Styx. Damn Yankees songs.

 

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your opinion on styx is weird as it was dennis deyongs band. how can he try and change his own band? he is out because at one point he was unable to tour around 2000 and lawsuits were filed hence that was the end of him in the band


Didn't know it was his band. I could certainly be wrong but it seemed to me that Tommy Shaw wanted a rock band and Dennis wanted sort of a rock opera thing. No clue about any legalities. Just my opinion but I think they are more popular now touring with other classic rock bands from the 70s. I can't imagine Ted Nugent playing on a stage with Dennis but Ted played here in Chicago with Styx. Damn Yankees songs.



tommy shaw joied the band about 5 years after they started and they had 4 or 5 albums before that. when the band reformed in 1990 shaw was also absent. around 2000 deyoung was having issues with being able to tour and tommy and jame young used that as an opening to force him out

 

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  posted on 7/25/2019 at 11:21 AM
A couple more.
Peter Wolf
Neil Young

 

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  posted on 7/25/2019 at 03:46 PM
Peter Wolf is a good one. About five years ago I saw J Geils for the first time. Sure glad I got to. I had seen Magic Dick but not the whole band.

Chris Robinson opened.

And Neil Young I could listen to singing anything and he can be all over the map.

 

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