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Vocals: Michael Jackson
Guitar 1: Jimi Hendrix
Guitar 2: Eddie Van Halen
Bass/Vocals: Paul Mccartney
Drums: John Bonham

Works out great since EVH and Mccartney have both collaborated with MJ before. I think Jimi was so versatile that he could find a way to incorporate his own playing style with Eddie's.
Vocals: David Draiman
Lead Guitar: Dan Donegan
Rhythm Guitar: Synister Gates
Second Rhythm (Just cause I can): Monte Money
Drums: Jason Costa
Bass: Emma Anzai
i can't cause it would just end up being the who but i would like this combo:
Drums: Dave Grohl
Bass: John Entwistle
Guitar/ Vocals: Jimi Hendrix
2nd guitar: Billy Corgan
3rd guitar: Pete Townhend
yes that's right 3 guitars and they're all songwriters the songs they would produce would be tremendous
and ray manzarek on keys who i forgot
Last edited by Milan Fistonich at Nov 1, 2013,
Lol, Black Sabbath practically is my dream band already. But just for fun…

Vocals: Iggy Pop
Guitar: Tony Iommi
Bass: Lemmy
Drums: Keith Moon
Singer-Mick Jagger
Lead Guitar-Angus Young
Rhythm Guitar-Malcom Young
Drums-Dave Grohl
vocals- randy blythe
lead guitar- matt heafy
rhythm guitar- matt tuck
drums-joey jordinson
bass-alex webster
Vocals: Ozzy Osbourne ( Black Sabbath/ Blizzard of Oz )
Lead Guitar: Randy Rhoads ( Blizzard of Oz )
Rhythm Guitars: Angus & Malcom Young ( AC/DC )
Bass: Cliff Williams ( AC/DC )
Drums: Dave Grohl ( Nirvana )
Lead Vocals/guitar: Kurt Cobain (Nirvana)
Bass/backup vocals: Christopher Wolstenholme (Muse)
Drums: Dan Peters (Mudhoney)

Thought about posting Kurt Cobain featuring the Meat Puppets because I think that's where he was heading before he blew his brains out. I think Nirvana was over regardless of whether or not Kurt Cobain committed suicide or not.
Last edited by NewDayHappy at Feb 16, 2014,
My Dream Jam Band

Jerry Garcia (GD) and Trey Anastasio (PHISH) trading on lead/vocals
Carter Beauford (DMB) - Set
Jim Loughlin (MOE)- Percussion
John Paul Jones (ZEP) - Bass
Bruce Hornsby - Piano
Joan Osborne - backup vocals
Chuck Mangione (Brass)
Guitar1: Mark Tremonti
Guitar2: Joe Robinson
Bass: Victor Wooten
Drum:Mike Portnoy
Vocal:Myles Kennedy

Vocals: Myles Kennedy (Alter Bridge, Slash)
Lead Guitar: Dimebag Darrell (Pantera, Damageplan)
Rhythm Guitar: James Hetfield (Metallica) he would also do backing/occasional lead vocals.
Bass Guitar: Cliff Burton (Metallica)
Drums: Nick Menza (Megadeth, Rust in Peace line up)
"The Guide says there is an art to flying," said Ford, "or rather a knack. The knack lies in learning how to throw yourself at the ground and miss." -Douglas Adams
Vocals - Layne Staley
Guitarists - Tony Iommi & Dimebag Darrell
Bass - Tim Commerford
Drums - Danny Carey
Vocals - Serj Tankian
Lead Guitar: Buckethead
Rhythm Guitar/Backup Vocals: Daron Malakian
Bass - Les Claypool
Drums - Herb
Lead Vocals: Freddy Mercury
Lead Guitar: Jimi Hendrix
Rhythm Guitar: Izzy Stradlin
Bass: John Paul Jones
Drums: Bill Ward
Clean Vocals: Vic Fuentes
Dirty/Clean Vocals: Jeremy McKinnon
Guitarist: Joey Wilson
Guitrarist: Thomas Erak
Guitarist/Vocals: Shawn Milke
Bass: ig Takeshi Taneda because he's a session and will work with probably anyone?
Drums: Takashi Kashikura
Because of the similarities bewtween My chemical Romance and Queen
Vocals: Freddy Mercury/Gerard Way
Guitars: Brian May(lead), Ray Toro(alternate between rhythym/lead based on song need., Frank Iero(rhythym)
Drums: Bob Bryar
Keys: James Dewees.

Also, I'd like to see Jack White work the Black Keys, although Carney is a bit of a moron, I still think it could be good and TBKs could learn a bit from White.
I'd Probably go with

Vocals: Rivers Cuomo
Lead Guitar: Frusciante
Rhythm Guitar and Backing Vocals: Jonny Greenwood
Bass: Flea
Drums: Dave Grohl
Rapping: The Beastie Boys

However, id like to see a bass instrumental band made up of Flea, Les Claypool, Geddy Lee, John Entwhistle and Chris Wolstenholme
A drum line of Grohl, Neil Peart, John Bonham, and maybe Travis Barker
An alt rock guitar Instrumental group of Frusciante, Greenwood, Johnny Marr and The Edge
And an A Cappella group featuring Cuomo, Thom Yorke, and the Beastie Boys.
lead guitar - slash
rhythm guitar - hendrix
bass- flea
vocals - freddie mercury
drums - dave grohl
Vocals: Mike Patton
Guitar 1: Eric Clapton
Guitar 2:John Frusciante
Bass: Cliff Burton
Drums:Jon Bonham
Rhythm guitar - hendrix
Bass - Cliff Burton
Vocals - Mike Patton
Drums - Dave Grohl
Lead guitar - slash
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Vocals - Lemmy
Guitar1-randy rhoads
Guitar2-Dave gilmour
Bass - Roger waters(joint songwriting with lemmy)
Drums- Dave grohl(lemmys back up singer)

Now that is what i would call a perfect band. Just imagine how angry and uplifting this band would be at the same time. Their would have to be a new category of rock.
lead guitar - ray vaughan
rhythm guitar - hendrix
bass- flea
vocals - kurt cobain
drums - blink 182 guy...

that would be my dream band but hey, I am very biased
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Vocals - Corey Taylor (slipknot) & James Hetfield (metallica)
Guitar 1 - Zakk Wylde
Guitar 2 - Kirk Hammett (Metallica)
Bass - Adam Duce (Machine Head)
Drums - Andols Herrick (Ex Chimaira)

This is literally the best post on here
Vocals & Guitar - Tim McIlrath (Rise Against)
Guitar 2 - Tom Morello (Rage Against the Machine)
Bass - Shavo Odadjian (System of a Down)
Drums - Tré Cool (Green Day)

I went with what I thought would be cool, as well as who I thought would actually work well together. Imagine what those four would create together.
My dream band is my husbands band. Why would I need anything else?
'member The Pit of 10'? oH, I 'member!

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Supergroup "System of a Sound"
Basically all of SOAD with Chris Cornell on vocals along with Serj Tankian.

Idk, this popped in my head the other day, thought it seemed cool
Vocals: Mark Boals
Guitar 1: Jason Becker
Guitar 2: Shawn Lane
Bass: John Myung
Keyboards: Jens Johansen
Drums: Mike Portnoy

This would never work but if it somehow did, it'd be a Neoclassical Blitzkrieg.
Steve Winwood (vocals, guitar/organ)
Sting (vocals, bass)
Billy Preston (keyboards)
Robben Ford (guitar)
Ringo Starr (drums)

Jazz-ish classic rock band with two brilliant frontmen, two brilliant sidemen, and a drummer who is an expert at getting the hell out of the way of geniuses.
Death to Ovation haters!
Vocals-Nick Cave (The Birthday Party, The Bad Seeds)
Bass-Holger Czukay (Swans)
Guitar-Michael Rother (Kraftwerk, NEU!)
Guitar 2-Nigel Yang (HTRK)
Drums-The drummer from Goat (Sweden) whose identity is unknown 
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