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#4
If you mixed the showmanship of Freddie Mercury, the erratic political rants of a young Bono, the diversity and art of David Bowie with a hint of Jimi Hendrix's raw sexuality then in my opinion you'd have the greatest front man ever.

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#7
Freddie Was the greatest. such a shame he died
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#9
Yea freddie was as god.
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Freddie Mercury = Greatest of all time
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Freddie Mercury
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#13
In terms of showmanship/voice combination, Jim Morrison.
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#15
Bon Scott would be the best ever.
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#16
Robert Plant
Ozzy
Jimi Hendrix
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#17
Mick Jagger has the stage presence, Freddie had the voice and the stage presence, and Steven Tyler's just friggen hot.
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#18
Once again, there is no such thing as "the best" of anything. My favorite would be Freddie mercury though.
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#19
I think Freddie had a great voice, but my vote goes to Steven Tyler.
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#20
My vote as you can guess goes to roger daltrey.
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#23
Ozzy Osbourne is the undisputed best front man. No one's better than Ozzy.....

Axl Rose is also a good front man.
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#24
Ian Anderson was crazy on stage with his flute.

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Mick Jagger
Freddie Mercury
Robert Plant
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#25
Too easy

Jim Morrison

He was a awesome singer, lyricist, and had great stage presence

I would say Roger Daltrey but nowadays his voice is so, soo...different
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#26
Bon Scott or Robert Plant for mine


Freddie Mercury was good but he was a "prima donna absoluta". Much the same as Axl Rose (dickhead)
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#28
In terms of stage presence probably freddie mercury, robert plant, or steven tyler.
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#29
tie between W. Axl Rose and David Lee Roth

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#32
either jagger or plant IMO
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Mick Jagger and Roger Daltery
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#34
In the past with threads such as this, I've tended to put down Robert Plant because his presence and singing etc is always so enthralling , but really when I think about it, they're all ultimate frontmen in their own particular ways.

For instance, Freddie Mercury was absolutely amazing as he was, because although I was never lucky enough to see Queen live when he was around, whenever I watch a film clip or video of them, I am absolutely riveted to watching Freddie because he is such a talented singer and entertainer, quite the professional. If you watch the audience, you can see that they are totally focussed on Freddie as well. Why? Because he virtually demands the attention, and why not!

Roger Daltrey is another one who is an ultimate frontman and warrants the same praise as the others, although he too has his own particular style and I couldn't imagine The Who without him or with someone else.

Mick Jagger, well I just couldn't imagine the Rolling Stones without him either. Like Freddie he is an amazing showman, and his voice is so identifiable that a few seconds of hearing him, it's easy to know that I'm listening to the Rolling Stones.

Freddie, Robert, and Roger are all icons in their own styles and thats why deserve the praise and attention that they get.

As for Axel Rose, well for one thing he isn't Classic Rock and secondly, he just isn't in the others class yet.
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In the past with threads such as this, I've tended to put down Robert Plant because his presence and singing etc is always so enthralling , but really when I think about it, they're all ultimate frontmen in their own particular ways.

For instance, Freddie Mercury was absolutely amazing as he was, because although I was never lucky enough to see Queen live when he was around, whenever I watch a film clip or video of them, I am absolutely riveted to watching Freddie because he is such a talented singer and entertainer, quite the professional. If you watch the audience, you can see that they are totally focussed on Freddie as well. Why? Because he virtually demands the attention, and why not!

Roger Daltrey is another one who is an ultimate frontman and warrants the same praise as the others, although he too has his own particular style and I couldn't imagine The Who without him or with someone else.

Mick Jagger, well I just couldn't imagine the Rolling Stones without him either. Like Freddie he is an amazing showman, and his voice is so identifiable that a few seconds of hearing him, it's easy to know that I'm listening to the Rolling Stones.

Freddie, Robert, and Roger are all icons in their own styles and thats why deserve the praise and attention that they get.

As for Axel Rose, well for one thing he isn't Classic Rock and secondly, he just isn't in the others class yet.



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