Oh, looks like we missed our Wednesday Question opportunity that we had yesterday. Sometimes stuff like that happens, so let's call this piece "Thursday Question" for the only time.
Okay, let's go.
For the most part, rock music comes as a men-dominated area with not so much space for the ladies. But as always, there's an exception to every rule, so throughout the rock history we've been able to see female rockers jamming away in different acts and genres.
Interestingly enough, it would seem that the singer position is the one ladies opt for the most in bands. Not that the other duties are something they can't handle - just look at the likes of Meg White, Nicole Fiorentino or Tal Wilkenfeld. But back to the topic - seeing that the female rock singer domain saw its expansion over the years, this week's question is:
What are the best female-fronted bands ever?
There's plenty to choose from here, starting from the early days and the likes of iconic Janis Joplin all the way to more recent years and groups such as Nightwish or Arch Enemy.
Same rules as always apply - you can nominate only one group per post and vote up or vote down other nominees based on your preferences. We'll sum up your votes by Friday and present you with a traditional UG Top 10 list. Cast your votes in the comments section and may the best band win!