We talk about the most charismatic frontmen in the history of rock (foreign)
World rock scene I've seen a lot of big names, and, as practice shows, the loudest of them are the names of the frontmen ... Like the captain of the ship, the self-confident and charismatic frontman led his team to Olympus, surrounding himself and his bandmates with an army of fans ... And to be honest, there were not so many such people: individuality, talent, emancipation - not many people possess such qualities, you see. And if you develop them in yourself, it will take many years... It is for this reason that the leaders that will be discussed today have become the idols of millions. And that is why they are remembered, praised, admired to this day ... So: your attention is presented top most charismatic frontmen in the history of foreign rock. Ready? Then let's start!
There is probably no brighter and more talented representative of the rock scene. 70s—80s years than the delightful and unsurpassed Freddie Mercury! Cult group leader Queen, every time Mercury lit the stage like no one else did! His bright images and bold demeanor on stage inspired armies of admirers, contemporaries and followers... And his enigmatic lyrics, like, for example, «Bohemian Rhapsody», remains an exciting topic for lively discussions to this day ...
Mercury left us in November 1991. It can be said that on this day the world stage, if not collapsed, then to a large extent was shaken ...
He won the title "God of Rock", because he really looked like him (most likely, he always was): well-built, with luxurious blond hair, with an amazing voice that continues to delight listeners (including the modern generation) to this day ... Robert Plant literally personified rock at its best...
Over time, the image of the vocalist Led Zeppelin has become a kind of cult: people never cease to admire its freshness, charisma, beauty and ... inner charm.
One of the most controversial frontmen in history, Jim Morrison left a deep mark in the history of rock! He possessed a unique style of performance, and his behavior on stage - the most relaxed and laid-back - is worthy of a separate film! Actually, in 1991 and the tape was taken off "Doors"about Morrison and his band...
Jim Morrison tragically passed away in July 1971 year, and entered the infamous "Club 27". However, the memory of him, as well as the stories of his crazy antics, continue to live to this day ...
"Prince of Darkness", Ozzy Osbourne widely known as one of the most reckless frontmen in the history of rock! It was he who once bit off the head of a bat right during a concert! And even if this is just a legend, it was definitely not based on an empty place ...
Osborne made famous Black Sabbath, then he was fired, and a little later he began a solo career, which turned out to be an undeniable success for him!
Cult vocalist of a cult band, Mick Jagger was one of the brightest and most attractive frontmen 60s—70s years! He was the face The Rolling Stones, and he remains the face of the British Invasion to this day, along with The Beatles' Great Four!
Morrissey is known as the leader of the British indie rock band The Smiths. Looking at the live performances of those years, it becomes obvious: Morrissey has insane charisma, energy… He literally melts into the music while playing the charming Smiths indie anthems…
grunge scene icon, Kurt Cobain also entered into "Club 27" and also became a legend… Together with his team Nirvana he gave this world an ageless anthem "Smells like Teen Spirit"!
Kurt Cobain's life was full of bright moments, exciting and curious incidents... Today, Cobain remains a legend and an icon for many of his followers and just for fans.
Nick Cave fascinated the audience not only with charisma, but also with his mysteriousness ... He looked more like a Stephen King story hero than a rock musician ... And he undoubtedly deserves a place on our list of the most charismatic frontmen in history (Cave was the leader of the bands Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds, Grinderman, The Birthday Party, Boys Next Door…)
Widely known for his geometric oversized theater-inspired costume Kabuki, David Byrne became a bright icon of the new wave 70s years! It was he who was the main creative force of the group Talking heads… And he was always great!
Lemmy Kilmister could not be included in our list! Cult leader Motörhead, Kilmister is still a "living legend" of heavy metal, despite the fact that he died in 2015 year...
His stage presence and gruff voice have made Kilmister one of rock's most recognizable cult personalities!