Strength In Numbers: 14 Classic Rock Bands With More Than One Lead Singer

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Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young
The folk rock supergroup is known for its multi-layered harmonies, but on landmark albums like 1970’s Déjà Vu you can hear each individual members stunning lead vocal ability – David Crosby on “Almost Cut My Hair,” Stephen Stills on “Woodstock,” Graham Nash on “Our House,” and Neil Young on “Helpless.”


Pink Floyd
Though Syd Barrett led the way vocally on the psych-rock band’s first couple albums, David Gilmour and Roger Waters took over on most of the band’s big hits (“Money,” “Welcome to the Machine,” “Comfortably Numb”), with occasional contributions by keyboardist Richard Wright on songs like “Summer ’68.”

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