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#1
I really like rock or pop bands with baritone singers like Crash Test Dummies, or even God of Emptiness by Morbid Angel.

Im looking for more deep singers (not cookie monster stuff!).
#5
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Noh3Tzi68zQ

TEN. Melodic rock band from Britain. Has made some absolutely awesome songs, and some absolutely crap ones. But well worth to check out. Great lyrics.
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#7
Creed and Alter Bridge.
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#8
R.E.M, The Editors, Springsteen, Dire Straits

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Creed and Alter Bridge.

Myles Kennedy is a tenor
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Creed and Alter Bridge.



Creed yes. Alter Bridge, hell no.
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#11
Myles Kennedy (Alter Bridge) sings 4 octaves, he's still baritone, though.
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He states that Buckley's "emotional intensity" was one of the most inspirational things for him when it came to singing, and that it made him accept and embrace the fact that he is a tenor.[79]

He's a tenor.

EDIT: http://www.jaimevendera.com/myleskennedyi.html interview confirming that.
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#13
M. Shadows of Avenged Sevenfold and Axl Rose of Guns N Roses are both baritones, but they both have incredible vocal ranges as well.
#14
You should check out Madrugada, a Norwegian rock band (Don't worry, they sing in English).
(From their latest album, more agressive than their earlier stuff)
(From one of their earlier albums, more pop'ish.)

Another Norwegian band, which was formed by the guitarist from Madrugada (brilliant player, in my opinion) is My Midnight Creeps. More agressive sound than Madrugada.

When some stranger on the internet says it is so, it must be so.
#15
Freddie Mercury was a natural baritone but then decided to skip that and become God instead.
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M. Shadows of Avenged Sevenfold and Axl Rose of Guns N Roses are both baritones, but they both have incredible vocal ranges as well.


Yeah Axl had quite a wide vocal range. Pity that he f****d up his voice.
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Yeah Axl had quite a wide vocal range. Pity that he f****d up his voice.


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LcrnngCmlpM

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#20
biffy clyro are the only band that spring to mind, simon neil mostly keeps to the lower registers of his voice

also
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Alter Bridge.

myles kennedy's range is more or less bass to soprano
#27
The Doors.

I think Jim Morrison was baritone.

http://youtu.be/_VN8JFPSmZs

What a voice.
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#28
Fairly sure Scott Weiland (Stone Temple Pilots) and Chris Cornell (Soundgarden/Audioslave) are baritone.
#33
The Doors
Anything Mark Lanegan sings on.
Tom Waits
Leonard Cohen (Used to be a baritone, but now I'm fairly sure that he's a bass)
Nick Cave & the bad seeds and Ginderman (To me it sounds like he's singing at the bottom of his range most of the time, but I think it still counts.)
Pearl Jam
I think the guy from the residents is a baritone.
Captain Beefheart
I think Fank Zappa was a baritone too.
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#36
Some of my favorite bands/artists have baritone singers. Jawbreaker, The Smiths, David Bowie, The Strokes, Joy Division, the Clash, etc etc.
#37
Iron Maiden back when Blaze Bayley was the vocalist. Yeah, and obviously Bayley's band then.
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#39
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With a massive range, yeah
In interviews he's got a pretty deep voice


Yeah, he can sing in a baritone rand, but his range is ****ing huge. In fourth of July he's singing in his baritone range, but in something like the day I tried to live he spends quite a bit of time in either his tenor or falsetto range.


Also, I can't believe I left Johnny Cash out of my first post.
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Some of my favorite bands/artists have baritone singers. Jawbreaker, The Smiths, David Bowie, The Strokes, Joy Division, the Clash, etc etc.


Joe Strummer? Really?

Lou Reed I guess.
sometimes I see us in a cymbal splash or in the sound of a car crash
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