Friday, January 2, 2009

Robert Plant, Freddie Mercury, Paul Rodgers Top Rock's Greatest Voices Poll

The U.K's Sun is reporting that Robert Plant beat legends Mick Jagger and David Bowie to top a poll of the greatest voices in rock. The Zeppelin front man led a host of Brit talents in the vote by digital radio station Planet Rock.

And the Rolling Stones lead singer came an amazing ninth with Bowie coming in at 11.

Queen's Freddie Mercury and Paul Rodgers of Free came second and third and Who frontman Roger Daltrey came fifth.

“It’s great to see Britain has produced the top three greatest rock vocalists of all time,” said Planet Rock Programming Director Trevor White.

The Top 40 Greatest Voices In Rock:

1. Robert Plant (LED ZEPPELIN)
2. Freddie Mercury (QUEEN)
3. Paul Rodgers (FREE/BAD COMPANY)
4. Ian Gillan (DEEP PURPLE)
5. Roger Daltrey (THE WHO)
6. David Coverdale (WHITESNAKE)
7. Axl Rose (GUNS N' ROSES)
8. Bruce Dickinson (IRON MAIDEN)
9. Mick Jagger (ROLLING STONES)
10. Bon Scott (AC/DC)

To see the rest of the list go to this location

What do you think of this list? Who would you say is the greatest voice of rock?

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