The Top 10 Female Vocalist Of Rock n’ Roll

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These Female Rock Vocalists were chosen for their incredible singing power, incredible range, the raw emotions every time they sing, and of course, their lasting influence.

1. Aretha Franklin (A Natural Woman)

Queen Aretha with her songs, her legacy lives on forever.

2. Etta James (At Last)

The older you get the more you will appreciate Etta James, she’s a gem and a true classic.

3. Ruth Brown (Mama, He Treats Your Daughter Mean)

You will get chills just by listening to Ruth Brown. How people easily forget that she was one of the best.

4. Janis Joplin (Piece of My Heart)

Some people have the talent, some people don’t but Janis Joplin was one of its kind.

5. Whitney Houston (I Will Always Love You)

Now this song will remind us of Whitney Houston, not only she influenced many singers, but she certainly saved a lot of people’s lives. RIP Whitney Houston.

6. Patti Labelle (Labelle/Solo) (Over the Rainbow)

You can bet that this wasn’t lip-synched – Patti was all about her notes!

7. Tina Turner (Proud Mary)

Tina certainly is hot and incredibly cool, but her talent in singing describe who she is.

8. Ann Wilson (Heart) (Crazy On You)

Young Ann Wilson is one of her best version, and she just gets better and better.

9. Karen Carpenter (Carpenters) (Superstar)

Let’s make this simple, Karen Carpenter is definitely one of the most beautiful voices we’ve ever heard.

10. Joni Mitchell (A Case of You)

This list will lose all its credibility if without Joni Mitchell, and it should be illegal not to like her.