#1
i search-barred it and the huge singing thread came on, i don't wanna read through the whole thing so I just wanna ask

what vocal range would most 80s singers be in? Like Bruce Dickinson from Iron Maiden or the guy from Dokken?
#4
And don't feel bad if you can't do it.
Bon Jovi can't even sing like he used to anymore :/
#5
The lead singer from Journey's voice would crack when he sang high. Just an indication.
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#6
srry for asking but what would falsetto do for me?

@601210

idk, hard to tell after the last time i saw them on TV. he went pretty high when they extended "living on a prayer" (a few months ago)
#7
Quote by Superstrat101
srry for asking but what would falsetto do for me?


It would help you sing in the same vocal range.
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#8
Quote by Superstrat101

@601210

idk, hard to tell after the last time i saw them on TV. he went pretty high when they extended "living on a prayer" (a few months ago)

Er, I'm just saying as far as I know, since the last video i've seen of him singing the full chorus of Living on a Prayer was in the 80s. Lately, he lets the crowd sing the high part.
I think it's not as much as the actual pitch, but belting it out the way he usually does.
#9
They sing very high. Most of those high singers sing higher than mere (male) mortals should be able to in their chest voice. They often strain a lot to get these ranges and suffer for it later. Most people with a good falsetto can imitate the range, but of course the timbre is not there.
#11
You could also post IN the singing thread, which is what you should do if you aren't satisfied with your answers, since the thread is now being closed.

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