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Here are our picks for the Top Vocalist of all time based on their chart fame:
1. The King of the Highlanders
The King of the Highlanders is an American singer/songwriter, guitarist and singer/songwriter, best known for his work as an on-stage live ventriloquist and ventriloquism artist.
He has won a Grammy Award (for Best Vocal performance) for his work and had his song “The King of the Highlanders” included on the album “The Power of the Peacock” by The Power Station.
Ventriloquism involves performing the song, then saying the words (or words in combination), out loud. The technique is extremely effective at achieving dramatic effect without too many tricks or special effects. He has also won an Emmy Award and a Grammy for his song “The King of the Highlanders”.
You can read all of our King of the Highlanders reviews here.
2. The Black Crowes
The Black Crowes is a Canadian musical act consisting of singer John Dwyer, bassist John Martini, and drummer Mark Hetfield. Their debut released on February 25, 1975 was the first album to be released by their label, Columbia Masterworks. The album debuted at number seven on Billboard’s Top 200 chart, having sold roughly 14,000 copies.
The title track, The Black Crowes also features a line of the song “Don’t know why I can’t die with you” that is written from the perspective of a blind man. The song was first released as part of Black Crowes’ first single “You Get What You Give”, released on June 19, 1975 alongside a new song titled “Fool’s Paradise”. In 1975, Black Crowes released their second album “Black Crowes – Deluxe Edition” that included an hour-long special “Who’s the Rich Nigger?”.
They released their third album “Black Crowes – Deluxe Edition” in October of 1986, featuring the record’s “Trouble No More”. A full-length film based on that album, titled “Black Crowes – White Rabbit and the Black Cat”, was released by Warner Brothers in January 1988.
The Black Crowes, which currently has a cult following, has enjoyed tremendous exposure thanks to its iconic video of “You Get what You Give” and the song’s original recording. It
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