What's your favorite? (artist, album, genera)

by Matthew C. Miller on Jan 15, 2009 at 5:45 AM
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what's your favorite

What's your favorite? (artist, album, genera)
I like literally every style and can appreciate each type, it just has to be redeeming in some way.

Drop us a comment and tell us your favorites.

My all-time favorite artists or groups are: (in no particular order)

A-Ha
Billy Joel
The Killers
James Taylor
Paul Simon
Stryper
ELO (Electric Light Orchestra)
Roy Orbison
The Imperials
Eddie Rabbitt
Michael Jackson
Enya
Branford Marsallis
Enigma
Mariah Carey
B-Tribe
Aaron Copland
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
George Straight
Kenny Rogers
Bing Crosby
Glen Miller
PFR (Pray For Rain)
Stanton Moore
Mortification
Frédéric Chopin
Yes
Travis
Tourniquet
Johann Sebastian Bach
Sunny Day Real Estate
Journey
Steve Perry
Harry Connick Jr.
Keane
Perry Como
Russ Taff
Queensrÿche
Paul McCartney
Neil Diamond
Collective Soul
Madness
Lionel Richie
Joy Electric
John Williams
Huey Lewis
Howard Jones
Heart
Dream Theater
Dean Martin
The Cars
Bee Gees
Amy Grant
Alan Jackson

 

3 R&R Engage comments to “What's your favorite? (artist, album, genera)”

  1. Jeff Pursley Says:
    Top 5:

    Album:
    Ixnay on the Hombre (offspring)
    It Wont Snow Where You're Going (park)
    From Here to Infirmary (alkaline trio)
    fingers cut megamachine (fingers cut megamachine)
    Sirens and Condolences
    (bayside)
    honorable mention: juturna (circa survive)


    Groups/Artists:
    Russian Circles
    Appleseed Cast
    Park
    Alkaline Trio
    Devon Williams (solo, FCMM, and osker included)

    Genres:
    Indie, Instrumental (ROCK), Punk (surf/skate/pop), Folk/Americana, Storytelling.
  2. MCM Says:
    I'll have to check back into some of those. Great list.
  3. Shannon Says:
    I have a pretty wide variety.

    Lady GaGa
    Madonna
    The Ting Tings
    Queen
    David Bowie
    The Beales
    Led Zeppelin
    Britney Spears
    Michael Jackson
    Goldfrapp
    Fiona Apple
    Imogen Heap
    Frou Frou
    Blondie
    Katy Perry


    Genres: Rock, pop, new wave, electronica, glam, indie.

    I like way too many albums to make a top five, ha.

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