Pavarotti made a name for himself as a singer because he could sing. Sounds obvious and redundant. But there have been plenty of singers who throughout the past five decades while this scourge called "rock 'n' roll" has taken hold who clearly cannot sing and seem to flaunt it at every turn. Of course, it would be preferable if well-credentialed authorities, to ensure the safety of the listening public, carefully screened all potential singers.
But we have been negligent so long that an entire industry has had to resort to computerized auto-tuning programs to ensure mere competence. If only people were forbidden from making music until they were really ready. Let's support a Constitutional Amendment banning "illegitimate singers" today.
Each of the following singers has made a stunning amount of albums, has an ungodly amount of fans, and has at some point in their lifetime filed a tax return claiming "musician" or "singer" as their occupation. None of them will be confused withRead More »from Five Guys Who Will Never Be Confused For Pavarotti