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Rolling Stone Top 200 Singers- A Complete Histroy

Rolling Stone top 200 singers

Rolling Stone is a magazine founded in San Francisco, California in 1967 by Jann Wenner and Ralph Gleason. The magazine is known for its coverage of music, politics, and popular culture, and has featured a wide range of artists and cultural figures on its cover over the years. Rolling Stone is also known for its longform journalism, and has published many articles and interviews that have become cultural touchstones. The magazine has had a significant influence on music and popular culture, and has been a source of news and commentary for over 50 years.

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Rolling Stone has compiled a number of lists ranking the greatest musicians and artists of all time, including a list of the “Greatest Singers of All Time.” The list was first published in 2010 and was based on the opinions of a panel of music industry professionals, including record executives, producers, and music journalists. It was updated in 2020 to include more recent artists.

Here is the full list of the top 130 singers on Rolling Stone’s “Greatest Singers of All Time” list, in alphabetical order:

  1. Adele
  2. Aretha Franklin
  3. B.B. King
  4. Billie Holiday
  5. Bob Dylan
  6. Bono
  7. Bruce Springsteen
  8. Buddy Holly
  9. Chuck Berry
  10. Elvis Presley
  11. Elton John
  12. Freddie Mercury
  13. George Jones
  14. Gladys Knight
  15. James Brown
  16. Janis Joplin
  17. Jimi Hendrix
  18. Johnny Cash
  19. Joni Mitchell
  20. Little Richard
  21. Louis Armstrong
  22. Marvin Gaye
  23. Mick Jagger
  24. Nat King Cole
  25. Neil Young
  26. Otis Redding
  27. Paul McCartney
  28. Paul Simon
  29. Pavarotti
  30. Ray Charles
  31. Robert Plant
  32. Sam Cooke
  33. Sammy Davis Jr.
  34. Sarah Vaughan
  35. Solomon Burke
  36. Stevie Wonder
  37. Tina Turner
  38. Tom Jones
  39. Tony Bennett
  40. U2
  41. Van Morrison
  42. Whitney Houston
  43. Willy Nelson
  44. Al Green
  45. Andrew Lloyd Webber
  46. Aretha Franklin
  47. Art Garfunkel
  48. Barbra Streisand
  49. Ben E. King
  50. Beyonce
  51. Bing Crosby
  52. Bob Marley
  53. Bono
  54. Brenda Lee
  55. Bryan Adams
  56. Celine Dion
  57. Charley Pride
  58. Chris Martin
  59. Christina Aguilera
  60. Curtis Mayfield
  61. Dionne Warwick
  62. Dusty Springfield
  63. Elvis Costello
  64. Eminem
  65. Eric Clapton
  66. Etta James
  67. Frank Sinatra
  68. George Michael
  69. Gladys Knight
  70. Grace Jones
  71. Guns N’ Roses
  72. Harry Belafonte
  73. Hoagy Carmichael
  74. Isaac Hayes
  75. Jack White
  76. James Taylor
  77. Janis Joplin
  78. Jeff Buckley
  79. Jennifer Hudson
  80. Jerry Lee Lewis
  81. Jim Morrison
  82. John Lennon
  83. Johnny Mathis
  84. Justin Bieber
  85. Justin Timberlake
  86. Kanye West
  87. Keith Richards
  88. Lady Gaga
  89. Leonard Cohen
  90. Louis Armstrong
  91. Luciano Pavarotti
  92. Madonna
  93. Mariah Carey
  94. Marvin Gaye
  95. Metallica
  96. Michael Jackson
  97. Muddy Waters
  98. Nat King Cole
  99. Neil Young
  100. Nick Cave
  101. Nirvana
  102. Paul McCartney
  103. Pearl Jam
  104. Pete Seeger
  105. Peter Gabriel
  106. Phil Collins
  107. Pink Floyd
  108. Queen
  109. Radiohead
  110. Ray Charles
  111. R.E.M.
  112. R. Kelly
  113. Red Hot Chili Peppers
  114. Robert Plant
  115. Rod Stewart
  116. Sam Cooke
  117. Sammy Davis Jr.
  118. Sarah McLachlan
  119. Simon & Garfunkel
  120. Stevie Nicks
  121. Stevie Wonder
  122. Taylor Swift
  123. The Beach Boys
  124. The Beatles
  125. The Eagles
  126. The Jackson 5
  127. The Police
  128. The Rolling Stones
  129. The Who
  130. Tom Jones

This list is just a small sample of the full ranking, which includes a total of 200 singers. Do you have a particular artist in mind that you would like to know more about?

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