List of baritones in non-classical music

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The baritone voice is typically written in the range from the second G below middle C to the G above middle C (G2–G4) although it can be extended at either end. However, the baritone voice is determined not only by its vocal range, but also by its timbre, which tends to be darker than that of the typical tenor voice.[1]

The term baritone was developed in relation to classical and operatic voices, where the classification is based not merely on the singer's vocal range but also on the tessitura and timbre of the voice. For classical and operatic singers, their voice type determines the roles they will sing and is a primary method of categorization. In non-classical music, singers are defined by their genre and their gender and not by their vocal range.[2] When the terms soprano, mezzo-soprano, contralto, tenor, baritone, and bass are used as descriptors of non-classical voices, they are applied more loosely than they would be to those of classical singers and generally refer only to the singer's perceived vocal range.

Successful non-classical baritones display a wide range of vocal qualities and effects that lend a unique character to their voices, many of which are considered undesirable in the operatic or classical baritone singer, such as "breathy" (Jim Reeves),[3] "crooning" (Ville Valo),[4][5] "growling" (Neil Diamond),[6] and even "ragged" (Bruce Springsteen).[7]

The following is a list of singers in various music genres and styles (most of which can be found on the List of popular music genres)[8] who have been described as the best baritones.

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Name Lifespan Nationality Associated group(s) Ref.
21 Savage 1992– British [9]
Trace Adkins 1962– American [10][11][12]
Mikael Åkerfeldt 1974– Swedish [13][14][15]
Damon Albarn 1968– British [16][17][18]
Dave Alvin[a] 1955– American [20][21][22][23][24]
Charles "Scootie" Anderson 1992– American Social House [25]
Ian Anderson 1947– British Jethro Tull [26][27][28]
John Anderson 1954– American [29][30][31][32][33]
Phil Anselmo 1968– American [34][35][36]
Charlie Applewhite 1932–2001 American [37][38][39]
Richard Araiza 1991/1992–[40] American The Buttertones [41]
Alexander Armstrong 1970– British [42][43]
Louis Armstrong 1901–1971 American [44][45]
Brad Arnold 1978– American 3 Doors Down [46]
Richard Ashcroft 1971– English The Verve [47][48][49][50]
Ian Astbury 1962– English The Cult [51][52][53][54][55]
Rick Astley 1966– British [56][57][58]
Kevin Ayers 1944–2013 British Soft Machine [59][60]
Amitabh Bachchan 1942– Indian [61][62][63]
Bad Bunny 1994– Puerto Rican [64][65][66][67][68]
Faris Badwan 1986– British The Horrors [69][70]
Michael Ball 1962– English [71][72][73][74]
Paul Banks 1978– British-American Interpol [75][76][77]
Matt Barlow 1971–[78] American [78]
James Bay 1990– British [79]
David Bazan 1976– American [80]
Willis Earl Beal 1983 or 1984–[81] American [82][83][84][85][86]
Beck 1970– American [87][88]
Daron Beck 1975/1976–[89] American Pinkish Black [90][91][92][93][94]
Harry Belafonte 1927– American [95][96][97]
Burton C. Bell 1969– American [98][99]
Matt Berninger 1971– American The National [100][101][102]
Andy Bey 1939– American [103][104][105]
Jello Biafra 1958– American [106][107]
Andy Biersack 1990– American Black Veil Brides [108]
Aloe Blacc 1979– American Emanon [109][110]
James Blake 1988– English [111][112][113]
David Bowie 1947–2016 English [114][115][116][117]
Malan Breton 1973– Taiwanese [118][119]
Joakim Brodén 1980– Swedish-Czech Sabaton [120][121][122][123][124]
David Bromberg 1945– American [125][126][127][128]
Junior Brown 1952– American [129][130][131][132][133]
Kane Brown 1993– American [134][135][136][137]
Michael Bublé 1975– Canadian [138][139][140][141][142]
Eric Burdon 1941– British The Animals [143][144]
Pete Burns 1959–2016 British Dead or Alive [145][146][147]
Richard Butler 1956– English [148][149][150][151]
Daniel Caesar 1995– Canadian [152][153]
Bill Callahan 1966– American Smog [154][155][156][157][158]
Lewis Capaldi 1996– Scottish [159]
Julian Casablancas 1978– American The Strokes [160][161][162]
Johnny Cash[b] 1932–2003 American [163][164][165][166]
Josh Caterer[c] 1972– American Smoking Popes [167][169][170][171]
Nick Cave 1957– Australian Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds [172][173][174]
Adam Chance 1984– American [175]
Chanyeol 1992– South Korean Exo [176][177][178]
Kenny Chesney 1968– American [179]
Jacky Cheung 1961– Chinese [180]
Andy Childs 1962– American Sixwire [181]
Eric Clapton 1945– British [182][183]
Lewis Cleale American [184][185]
Kurt Cobain 1967–1994 American Nirvana [186][187]
Jarvis Cocker 1963– British Pulp [188][189][190]
Joe Cocker 1944–2014 English The Grease Band [191][192][193]
David Allan Coe 1939– American [194]
J. Cole 1985– German-American [195]
Nat King Cole 1919–1965 American [196][197][44][198]
Jacob Collier 1994– English [199][200]
Arthur Collins 1864–1933 American [201]
Perry Como 1912/1913–2001[202][203][204] American [202][203][204]
Alice Cooper 1948– American Alice Cooper [205]
Bradley Cooper 1975– American [206][207][208][209][210]
Nick Cordero 1978–2020 Canadian [211][212]
Chris Cornell 1964–2017 American [213][214][215]
Hugh Cornwell 1949– British The Stranglers [216]
David Coverdale[d] 1951– English [218][219]
Bing Crosby 1903–1977[220] or 1904–1977 [221][222] American [117][221][222][223]
Jamie Cullum 1979– English [224][225][226]
Tim Curry 1946– British [227][228][229]
Ian Curtis 1956–1980 British Joy Division [230][231][232]
Vic Damone 1928–2018 American [233][234][235][236][237]
Glenn Danzig 1955– American [238][239][240]
Adam "Nergal" Darski 1977– Polish
[241][242][243][244]
Mac DeMarco 1990– Canadian [245][246][247][248]
Tommy DeVito 1928–2020 American The Four Seasons [249][250][251]
Joe Diffie 1958–2020 American [252]
Neil Diamond 1941– American [6][117][253][254]
Orlando Dixon 1988 or 1989–[255] American DCappella [256]
Nate Dogg 1969–2011 American 213 [257][258][259]
Fats Domino 1928–2017 American [260][261][262]
Donghae 1986– South Korean [263]
Will Downing 1963– American [264][265][266]
David Draiman 1973– American [267]
Drake 1986– Canadian [268][269][270]
Nick Drake 1948–1974 English [271]
Bob Dylan 1941– American Traveling Wilburys [272]
Dave East 1988– American [273][274]
Billy Eckstine 1914–1993 American [105][275][276][277][278]
Zac Efron 1987– American [279]
Brett Eldredge 1986– American [280][281][282][283][284]
Andrew Eldritch 1959– British [285][286][287]
Ansel Elgort 1994– American [288]
Kurt Elling 1967– American [289][290][291][292][293]
Don Everly 1937– American The Everly Brothers [294][295][296]
George Ezra 1993– English [297][298][299][300]
James Farnsworth[e] British Out of the Blue [301]
Joey Fatone 1977– American NSYNC [302][303][304][305][306]
Michael Feinstein 1956– American [198][307][308]
Alejandro Fernández 1971– Mexican [309][310][311][312][313]
Bryan Ferry 1945– English [314][315][316][317][318]
Charlie Fink [f] 1986– English Noah and the Whale [322][323][324][325][326]
Robb Flynn 1968– American [327]
John Fogerty 1946– American Creedence Clearwater Revival [328][329][330]
Michael "Mikey" Foster 1987– American Social House [25]
Jeffrey Foucault 1976– American Redbird [82][331][332][333][334]
Bobby Fox Irish-Australian [335]
Donnie Fritts 1942–2019 American [82][336]
Chris Gaffney 1950–2008 American [82][337][338][339]
Dave Gahan 1962– British Depeche Mode [340][341][342]
Serge Gainsbourg 1928–1991 French [343][344]
Liam Gallagher 1972– British [345]
Larry Gatlin 1948– American The Gatlin Brothers [346][347][348]
Childish Gambino 1983– American [349]
Mike Geier 1964– American [350][351][352][353][354]
Daughn Gibson 1981– American Pearls and Brass [355][356][357][358]
David Gilmour 1946– English Pink Floyd [359]
David Gold[g] 1980–2011[361] Canadian Woods of Ypres [360][362][363][364][365]
Marian Gold 1954– German Alphaville [366]
William Lee Golden 1939– American The Oak Ridge Boys [367][368][369]
Al Goodman[h] 1943–2010 American Ray, Goodman & Brown [371][372][373][374][375]
Vern Gosdin 1934–2009 American [376][377][378][379][380]
Ryan Gosling 1980– Canadian Dead Man's Bones [381][382][383][384]
Will Gould 1988– English Creeper [385]
Robert Goulet 1933–2007 American [386][387][388]
Greg Graffin 1964– American Bad Religion [389][390]
Larry Graham 1946– American Sly and the Family Stone [391]
Shakey Graves 1987– American [82]
Josh Groban 1981– American [198][392][393]
H.R. 1956– British-American Bad Brains [394]
Merle Haggard 1937–2016 American [82][395][396][397][398]
Cedric "K-Ci" Hailey 1969– American [399][400]
Michael C. Hall 1971– American [401]
Glen Hansard 1970– Irish [82]
Calvin Harris 1984– Scottish [402][403]
Johnny Hartman 1923–1983 American [275][404][405][406][407]
Isaac Hayes [i] 1942–2008 American [409][410][411]
Dick Haymes 1916–1980 Argentine-American [223][412][413][414]
Justin Hayward 1946– English The Moody Blues [415][416]
Dan Heathcote British Out of the Blue [417]
Johan Hegg 1973–[418] Swedish Amon Amarth [419][420]
Heino 1938– German [107]
Jimi Hendrix 1942–1970 American [421]
James Hetfield 1963– American Metallica [44][422]
Tom Hiddleston 1981– English [423]
Peter Hook 1956– English [424][425][426][427][428]
Mark Hoppus 1972– American [429]
Scott Hoying 1991–[430] American [431][432][433][434]
Hozier 1990– Irish [435][436][437]
Michael Hutchence 1960–1997 Australian [438][439][440]
Caleb Lee Hutchinson 1999– American [441][442][443][444][445]
Joe Hutton American Hammers of Misfortune [446]
Hwanhee 1982– South Korean Fly to the Sky [447]
Billy Idol 1955– British [448][449]
Ben Igielman British Out of the Blue [450]
James Monroe Iglehart 1974–[451] American [452][453][454]
J-Hope 1994– South Korean BTS [455][456]
Hugh Jackman 1968– Australian [457][458]
Alan Jackson 1958– American [459][460][461]
Christopher Jackson 1975– American [462]
Mick Jagger 1943– English The Rolling Stones [163]
José James 1978– American [226]
Waylon Jennings 1937–2002 American [463][464]
David Johansen 1950– American New York Dolls [465][466][467]
Brian Johnson 1947– English [468][469][470]
Calvin Johnson 1962– American [471][472][473]
Jamey Johnson 1975– American [474][475][476][477][478]
Jay Armstrong Johnson 1987– American [479]
Joji 1992– Japanese-Australian[480] [481]
Tom Jones 1940– Welsh [44][482][483][484][485]
Jung Joon-young 1989– South Korean Drug Restaurant [486][487]
Jyrki 69 1968– Finnish The 69 Eyes [488][489][490][491][492]
Paul Kantner 1941–2016 American [493]
Alex Kapranos 1972– Scottish [494][495][496][497]
Ramin Karimloo 1978– Iranian-Canadian [498]
Andy Karl 1973– American [499]
Howard Keel 1919–2004 American [500][501][502]
Maynard James Keenan 1964– American [503][504][505][506][507]
Toby Keith 1961– American [163][508][509][510]
Eugene Kelly 1965– Scottish The Vaselines [511][512][513]
Scott Kelly 1967– American [514][515][516][517]
Delious Kennedy 1970– American All-4-One [518][519]
Khalid 1998– American [520][521][522][523][524]
Roy Khan [j] 1970– Norwegian [525]
Anthony Kiedis 1962– American Red Hot Chili Peppers [526][527][528]
Steve Kilbey 1954– Australian The Church [529][530][531]
Val Kilmer 1959–[532] or 1960–[533] American [534]
Takuya Kimura 1972– Japanese SMAP [535]
Ben E. King 1938–2015 American The Drifters [536][537][538][539]
Mike Kinsella 1977– American [540]
Taylor Kirk Canadian Timber Timbre [541][542][543][544]
Richard Knauss American The Marcels [545][546]
Mark Knopfler 1949– British Dire Straits [547][548][549]
Mark Kozelek 1967– American [550][551][552]
Uncle Kracker 1974– American [553][554][555]
Rocky Kramer 1990– Norwegian-American[556] The Rocky Kramer Band [557][558][559]
Chad Kroeger 1973– Canadian Nickelback [560][561][562]
Kwabs 1990– English [563][564][565][566]
Steve Lacy[k] 1998– American The Internet [569][570][571]
Drew Lachey 1976– American 98 Degrees [572]
Mark Lanegan 1964– American Screaming Trees [82][573][574][575]
Christopher Lee 1922–2015 English [576][577][578][579][580]
John Legend 1978– American [581][582]
Jens Lekman[l] 1981– Swedish [586][587][588][589][590]
John Lennon[m] 1940–1980 English [592]
Aaron Lewis 1972– American Staind [82][593][594][595]
Huey Lewis 1950- American Huey Lewis & The News
Norm Lewis 1963– American [596][597][598]
Gary Lightbody 1976– Irish [599][600][601]
Gordon Lightfoot 1938– Canadian [602][603][604]
Carvens Lissaint 1989/1990–[605] Haitian-American[606] [605][606][607]
Airrion Love 1949–[608] American The Stylistics [608][609][610]
Mike Love 1941– American The Beach Boys [611][612][613]
Mark Lowry 1958– American Gaither Vocal Band [614][615][616]
John Lydon 1956– English [617]
Phil Lynott 1949–1986[618] English-Irish Thin Lizzy [619][620]
M.anifest 1982– Ghanaian [621][622][623]
Seth MacFarlane 1973– American [624][625][626][627]
Gordon MacRae 1921–1986 American [628][629][630][631][632]
Kevin Mahogany 1958–2017 American [633][634][635][636][637]
Post Malone 1995– American [638]
Anders Manga[n] 1973– American Bloody Hammers [639][640][641][642][643]
Dan Mangan 1983– Canadian [644][645][646][647][648]
Barry Manilow 1943– American [198][649][650]
Philip Margo 1942– American The Tokens [651][652]
Carlos Marín 1968–2021 German-Spanish Il Divo [653][654][655]
Archy Marshall 1994– English King Krule [656][657][658][659][660]
Chris Martin 1977– English Coldplay [661][662][663]
Dean Martin 1917–1995 American Rat Pack [664][665][666][667]
Tony Martin 1913–2012 American [668]
Hugh Masekela 1939–2018 South African [669][670][671][672]
Dave Matthews 1967– American Dave Matthews Band [673][674]
Rudi Maugeri 1931–2004 Canadian The Crew-Cuts [675]
John Maus 1980– American [676][677][678][679][680]
John Mayer 1977– American [681][682]
Scotty McCreery 1993– American [683][684][685]
Michael McDonald 1952– American [686][687][688][689]
Bill Medley 1940– American The Righteous Brothers [690][691][692][693]
Tom Meighan 1981– British Kasabian [694][695][696]
John Cougar Mellencamp 1951– American [697][698]
Eddie Money 1949-2019 American
Matt Monro 1930–1985 British [699][700][701]
Country Dick Montana 1955–1995 American The Beat Farmers [702]
John Michael Montgomery 1965- American
Bret Michaels 1963- American Poison
Ivan Moody 1980– American [703][704][705]
Tom Morello 1964– American [706][707][708][709]
Whitey Morgan 1975/1976–[710] American Whitey Morgan & the 78's [710][711][712][713][714]
Ben Morris British Out of the Blue [715]
Nathan Morris 1971– American Boyz II Men [716]
Jim Morrison 1943–1971 American The Doors [533][534][717][718][719]
Morrissey 1959– British [720][721][722]
Bob Morse [o] 1922 or 1923–2001[723] American The Hi-Lo's [723][724]
Marcus Mumford 1987– American-British Mumford and Sons [725][726][727]
Peter Murphy 1957– British Bauhaus [728][729][730]
Jim Nabors 1930–2017 American [731][732][733][734]
Willie Nelson 1933– American [735][736][737][738][739]
Tom Netherton 1947–2018 American [740][741][742]
Randy Newman 1943– American [44]
Leonard Nimoy 1931–2015 American [743][744]
Finneas O'Connell 1997– American [745]
Philip Oakey 1955– British The Human League [746][747][748]
Frank Ocean 1987– American Odd Future [749]
David Olney 1948–2020 American [82]
Okieriete Onaodowan 1987– American [750]
Roland Orzabal 1961– British Tears for Fears [751]
Jeffrey Osborne 1948– American L.T.D. [752][753][754]
Greg Page 1972– Australian The Wiggles [755]
Ken Page 1954– American [756][757][758][759][760]
Robert Palmer 1949–2003 British The Power Station [761][762]
Kevin Parent 1972– Canadian [763]
John Park 1988– Korean-American [764][765][766][767][768]
Andy Partridge 1953– English [769]
Orville Peck 1988– Canadian [770][771][772][773][774]
Teddy Pendergrass 1950–2010 American Harold Melvin & the Blue Notes [775][776][777]
William Pennell 1889–1956 American [778]
Brendan Perry 1959– British Dead Can Dance [779][780][781][782][783]
Jim Peterik 1950– American [784][785][786]
Mike Pinder 1941– English The Moody Blues [787][788]
Chris Pine 1980– American [789]
Nick Pitera 1986– American [790]
Iggy Pop 1947– American The Stooges [791][792][793][794]
Gregory Porter 1971– American [795][796][797][798]
Elvis Presley 1935–1977 American [198][799][800][801]
Charley Pride 1934–2020 American [802][803][804][805][806]
Prince[p] 1958–2016 American The Revolution [809]
Arthur Prysock [q] 1929–1997 American [275][811][812][813][814]
Greg Puciato 1980– American [815][816]
Gene Puerling [r] 1929–2008 American [817]
Philip Quast 1957–[818] Australian
Dee Radke 1993/1994–[818] American Radkey [818][819][820][821]
Rag'n'Bone Man 1985– English [822][823][824]
Shiva Rajkumar 1962– Indian [825]
David Ramirez 1983–[826] American [82][827][828][829][830]
Lou Rawls 1933–2006 American [795][831][832][833]
Leon Redbone 1949–2019 Canadian-Cypriot [834][835][836][837][838]
Lou Reed 1942–2013 American The Velvet Underground [44][839]
Jim Reeves 1923–1964 American [3][840][841][842]
Dan Reynolds 1987– American Imagine Dragons [843][844][845][846]
Rou Reynolds British Enter Shikari [847][848][849][850]
Trent Reznor 1965– American [851]
Thomas Rhett 1990– American [852][853]
RM[s] 1994– South Korean BTS [456][854]
Marty Robbins 1925–1982 American [855][856][857][858]
Brad Roberts 1964– Canadian Crash Test Dummies [859][860][861]
Eugene Robinson 1962/1963–[862] American Oxbow [810]
Kenny Rogers 1938–2020 American [117][863][864]
Will Roland 1989– American [865]
Dexter Romweber 1966– American [866][867][868][869][870]
Axl Rose 1962– American [871]
Gavin Rossdale 1965– English [872][873]
David Lee Roth 1954– American [874]
Sean Rowe 1975– American [82][875][876][877]
Darius Rucker 1966– American Hootie & the Blowfish [878][879][880][881]
David Ruffin 1941–1991 American The Temptations [882]
RuPaul 1960– American RuPaul's Drag Race [883][884][885][886][887]
Thomas Sanders 1989– American [888]
Mark Sandman 1951–1999[889] or 1952–1999[890] American [889][891][892]
Andy Samberg 1978– American The Lonely Island [893]
Wes Scantlin 1972– American Puddle of Mudd [894]
Gil Scott-Heron 1949–2011 American [795][895][896]
Bob Seger 1945– American [44][897][898]
Brian Setzer 1959– American [899][900]
M. Shadows 1981– American Avenged Sevenfold [901]
Shaggy 1968– Jamaican [902][903][904][905][906]
Blake Shelton 1976– American [907][908][909][910]
Mike Shinoda 1977– American [911]
Jackie Shroff 1957– Indian [912]
Frank Sinatra[t] 1915–1998 American Rat Pack [198][913][914][915][916]
Arijit Singh 1987– Indian [917][918][919]
Troye Sivan 1995– Australian [920]
Matt Skiba[u] 1976– American
[921]
Dan Smith 1986– British Bastille [922]
Tom Smith 1981– British Editors [923][924][925]
Chris Smither 1944– American [82]
Bruce Springsteen 1949– American E Street Band [7][926][927]
Aaron Stainthorpe 1968– English My Dying Bride [928][929][930][931][932]
Mikael Stanne 1974– Swedish Dark Tranquillity [933][934][935][936][937]
Stuart A. Staples 1965– English Tindersticks [938][939][940][941][942]
Chris Stapleton 1978– American [943][944][945]
Scott Stapp 1973– American [163][946][947][948]
Ringo Starr 1940– British [949][950][951]
Peter Steele 1962–2010 American [952][953]
Cat Stevens 1948– British [954][955][956]
Michael Stipe 1960– American R.E.M. [957][958][959]
Doug Stone 1956– American [960][961][962][963][964]
Bob Strasen 1927 or 1928–1991[723] American The Hi-Lo's [723][724]
Stromae 1985– Belgian [965]
Joe Strummer 1952–2002 British [966]
Levi Stubbs 1936–2008 American Four Tops [967][968][969]
Harry Styles 1994– English One Direction [970][971]
Kiefer Sutherland 1966– Canadian [972][973][974][975][976]
Earl Sweatshirt 1994– American Odd Future [977]
David Sylvian 1958– British Japan [978]
Russ Taff 1953– American [979]
Andrew Taggart 1989–[980] American The Chainsmokers [981]
Serj Tankian 1967– Armenian System of a Down [982][983][984]
Lama Tashi 1968– Indian [985]
Geoff Tate 1959– American Queensrÿche [986]
Corey Taylor 1973– American [987]
Eric Taylor 1949–2020 American [82]
James Taylor 1948– American [988][989][990]
Courtney Taylor-Taylor 1967– American The Dandy Warhols [991][992][993][994][995]
Jake Thackray 1938–2002[996] or 1939–2002[997] British [997][998][999]
Leon Thomas 1937–1999 American [795][1000][1001]
Ray Thomas 1941–2018 English The Moody Blues [1002][1003]
Rob Thomas 1972– American Matchbox Twenty [1004][1005]
Marshall Thompson 1942– American The Chi-Lites [1006][1007]
Richard Thompson 1949– British [1008][1009][1010]
Jonah Tolchin 1992–[1011] American [82]
Sakis Tolis 1972– Greek Rotting Christ [1012][1013]
Randy Travis 1959– American [1014][1015][1016]
Aaron Turner 1977– American [1017][1018]
Alex Turner 1986– British [1019][1020][1021]
Conway Twitty 1933–1993 American [117][1022][1023][1024]
Ty Dolla Sign 1982– American [25][1025]
Tyler, The Creator 1991– American [1026][1027]
V[v] 1995– South Korean BTS [1028][1029][1030][1031][1032]
Ville Valo 1976– Finnish HIM [1033][1034][1035][1036]
Luther Vandross [w] 1951–2005 American [1039][1040]
David Vanian 1956– British [1041][1042][1043]
Andrew VanWyngarden 1983– American MGMT [1044][1045]
Eddie Vedder 1964– American Pearl Jam [163][1046][1047][1048]
Vinx 1957– American Jungle Funk [811][1049][1050][1051][1052]
Steve Von Till American [1053][1054][1055][1056]
Vladimir Vysotsky 1938–1980 Russian [1057][1058][1059]
Scott Walker 1943–2019 American The Walker Brothers [1060][1061][1062]
Colter Wall 1995– Canadian [1063][1064][1065][1066][1067]
Charlie Waller 1935–2004 American The Country Gentlemen [1068][1069][1070]
Fetty Wap 1990–[1071] or 1991–[1072] American [1071][1073]
Justin Warfield 1973– American [1074][1075][1076][1077][1078]
Brian Warner 1969– American Marilyn Manson [1079][1080]
Doc Watson 1923–2012 American [1081][1082][1083][1084][1085]
Scott Weiland 1967–2015 American [1086][1087][1088]
Tony Joe White 1943–2018 American [82]
Gus Wickie 1885–1947 German-American [1089][1090][1091]
Don Williams 1939–2017 American [163]
Joe Williams 1918–1999 American [1092][1093][1094][1095][1096]
Paul Williams 1939–1973 American The Temptations [1097][1098][1099]
Charlie Wilson 1953– American The Gap Band [1100]
Bill Withers 1938–2020 American [795][1101][1102][1103]
Nicky Wire 1969– Welsh Manic Street Preachers [1104]
Patrick Wolf 1983– British [1105][1106][1107]
Bobby Womack 1944–2014 American The Valentinos [1108][1109][1110][1111][1112]
Roddy Woomble 1976– Scottish Idlewild [1113]
Stevie Wright 1947–2015 English The Easybeats [1114]
Zakk Wylde 1967– American Black Label Society [1115]
Darren Yang Hongkonger Out of the Blue [1116]
Bang Yong-guk 1990– South Korean B.A.P [1117]
Chris Young 1985– American [1118][1119][1120][1121][1122]
Warren Zevon 1947–2003 American [1123][1124][1125]

See also[edit]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Alvin is also referred to as a bass-baritone[19]
  2. ^ Cash is also referred to as a bass[163]
  3. ^ Some sources also refer to Caterer as a tenor[167][168]
  4. ^ Coverdale is also referred to as a tenor[217]
  5. ^ Farnsworth is also referred to as a bass and a male soprano[301]
  6. ^ Fink is also referred to as a tenor [319][320][321]
  7. ^ Gold is also referred to as a bass[360]
  8. ^ Goodman is also referred to as a baritone-bass[370]
  9. ^ Hayes is also referred to as a bass-baritone[408]
  10. ^ Khan is also referred to as a tenor[525]
  11. ^ Lacy is also referred to as a bass[567][568]
  12. ^ Lekman is also referred to as a tenor[583][584][585]
  13. ^ Lennon is also referred to as a tenor[591]
  14. ^ Manga is also referred to as a bass[639]
  15. ^ Morse is also referred to as a tenor[723]
  16. ^ Prince is also known for his wide-ranging vocal ability which includes baritone, tenor, alto, mezzo-soprano, and falsetto[807][808]
  17. ^ Prysock is also referred to as a bass-baritone[810]
  18. ^ Puerling is also referred to as a bass-baritone[724]
  19. ^ RM is also referred to as a bass[455]
  20. ^ Sinatra is also referred to as a tenor[913]
  21. ^ Skiba is also referred to as a tenor[921]
  22. ^ V is also referred to as a baritenor[455]
  23. ^ Some sources also refer to Vandross as a tenor[1037][1038]

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