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List of tenors in non-classical music

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The tenor is a type of male singing voice and is the highest male voice within the modal register. The typical tenor voice lies between C3, the C one octave below middle C, to the high C (C5). The low extreme for tenors is roughly A2 (two octaves below middle C). At the highest extreme, some tenors can sing up to F one octave above middle C (F5).[1]

The term tenor was developed in relation to classical and operatic voices, where the classification is based not merely on the singer's vocal range but also on the tessitura and timbre of the voice. For classical and operatic singers, their voice type determines the roles they will sing and is a primary method of categorization. In non-classical music, singers are primarily defined by their genre and their gender and not by their vocal range.[2] When the terms soprano, mezzo-soprano, contralto, tenor, baritone, and bass are used as descriptors of non-classical voices, they are applied more loosely than they would be to those of classical singers and generally refer only to the singer's perceived vocal range.

The following is a list of singers in various music genres and styles (most of which can be found on the List of popular music genres)[3] who have been described as tenors. Additionally, if the singer is known for being a member of a band, they are listed with the band's name.

List of names

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Name Lifespan Nationality Associated act(s) Ref.
Bryan Adams 1959– Canadian [4][5][6][7]
Ryan Adams 1974– American [8][9][10]
Jim Adkins 1975– American
[11]
Clay Aiken 1978– American [12][13][14][15]
Jin Akanishi 1984– Japanese [16]
Akon 1973– American [17][18][19]
Olly Alexander 1990– English Years & Years [20][21][22]
Rance Allen 1948– American The Rance Allen Group[23] [24]
Marc Almond 1957– English [25][26]
Brett Anderson 1967– English Suede [27]
Jon Anderson 1944– English Yes [28][29][30]
Ted Ansani American Material Issue [31]
Marc Anthony 1968– American [32][33][34]
David Archuleta 1990– American [35][36][37]
Billie Joe Armstrong 1972– American [38][39][40]
Carmine Appice 1946– American [41]
Fred Astaire 1899–1987 American [42][43]
Dan Auerbach 1979– American The Black Keys [44][45]
Byun Baek-hyun 1992– South Korean [46][47]
Philip Bailey 1951– American Earth, Wind and Fire [48]
Marty Balin 1942–2018 American Jefferson Airplane [49][50][51]
J Balvin 1985– Colombian [52][53][54]
Ron Banks 1951–2010 American The Dramatics [55]
Martin Barnard English Alpha [56]
William Bell 1939– American [57][58][59]
Joey Belladonna 1960– American Anthrax [60][61]
Matt Bellamy 1978– English Muse [62][63][64]
Jon Bellion 1990– American [65]
George Benson 1943– American [66][67][68]
Tony Bennett 1926– American [69][70][71][72][73]
Chester Bennington 1976–2017 American [74][75][76][77]
Dave Bickler 1953– American Survivor [78][79][80]
Justin Bieber 1994– Canadian [81][82][83]
Andrew Bird 1973– American [84][85][86][87][88]
Bizzy Bone 1976– American Bone Thugs-n-Harmony [89][90][91][92]
James Blunt 1974– English [93][94][95]
Michael Bolton 1953– American Blackjack [96][97]
Jon Bon Jovi 1962– American Bon Jovi [15][98][99]
Joe Bonamassa 1977– American [100][101][102][103]
Bono 1960– Irish U2 [104][105][106][107]
Joe Bonsall 1948– American The Oak Ridge Boys [108][109][110][111]
Pierre Bouvier 1979 – Canadian [112]
Christian Borle 1973– American [113][114]
Nino Bravo 1944–1973 Spanish [115]
Gene Bricker 1938–1983[116] American The Marcels [117][118]
Ben Bridwell 1978– American [119][120][121][122][123]
Austin Brown 1986– American Home Free [124]
Chris Brown 1989– American [125][126][127][128]
Zac Brown 1978- American Zac Brown Band [129][130][131][132]
Aaron Bruno 1978– American [133]
Peabo Bryson 1951– American [134][135][136][137]
Lindsey Buckingham 1949– American Fleetwood Mac [138][139]
Jeff Buckley 1966–1997 American Gods and Monsters [140][141][142][143]
Urs Bühler 1971– Swiss Il Divo [144][145][146][147]
Solomon Burke 1936[148] or 1940[149]–2010 American [148]
Amick Byram 1955– American [150]
David Byrne 1952– Scottish-American Talking Heads [151][152][153][154][155]
Ali Campbell 1959– English UB40 [156][157][158]
Glen Campbell 1936–2017 American [159][160][161][162][163]
Tevin Campbell 1976–[164] or 1978–[165] American [165][166]
Chris Carrabba 1975– American [167]
Johnny Carter 1934–2009 American [55]
Peter Cetera 1944– American Chicago [168][169][170][171]
Tom Chaplin 1979– English Keane [172][173][174][175]
Jimmy Cliff 1948– Jamaican [176][177][178][179]
Phil Collins 1951– English Genesis [180]
Javier Colon 1978– American The Derek Trucks Band [181][182][183]
Sam Cooke 1931–1964 American [184][185][186]
Billy Corgan 1967– American The Smashing Pumpkins [187][188]
Michael Crawford 1942– English [15][189][190][191]
Kevin Cronin 1951– American REO Speedwagon [192][193][194]
Christopher Cross 1951– American [195][196][197][198]
Alan Cumming 1965– Scottish [199]
Rivers Cuomo 1970– American [200][201][202][203]
Roger Daltrey 1944– English [204]
Gavin DeGraw 1977– American [205][206][207]
Tom DeLonge 1975– American [208]
John Denver 1943–1997 American The John Denver Band [209][210][211][212]
Dennis DeYoung 1947– American Styx [213][214][215][216]
Bruce Dickinson 1958– English [217][218][219][220]
Taye Diggs 1971– American [221]
Dion DiMucci 1939– American Dion and the Belmonts [222][223][224][225][226]
Ronnie James Dio 1942–2010 American [220]
Joe Dolan 1939–2007 Irish [227]
Doyoung 1996–[228] South Korean NCT 127 [229][230]
Dennis Edwards 1943–2018 American The Temptations [231]
Taron Egerton 1989– Welsh [232]
Earl Elkins, Jr. American VoicePlay [233]
Eminem 1972– American [234][235]
Phil Everly 1939–2014 American The Everly Brothers [236][237][238][239][240]
Vicente Fernández 1940– Mexican [241][242][243][244][245]
Neil Finn 1958– New Zealander [246][247]
Charlie Fink 1986– English Noah and the Whale [248][249][250]
Brandon Flowers 1981– American The Killers [251][252][253]
Ben Folds 1966– American [254][255][256][257][258]
Caleb Followill 1982–[259] American Kings of Leon [260][261][262][263]
Santino Fontana 1982– American [264][265]
Lukas Forchhammer 1988– Danish Lukas Graham [266]
Dennis "Fergie" Frederiksen 1951–2014 American [267][268][269]
Martin Fry 1958– English [270]
Vic Fuentes 1983– American [271]
Jack Fulton 1903–1993 American [272][273][274]
Peter Gabriel 1950– British Genesis [275]
Noel Gallagher 1967– English [276][277]
Art Garfunkel 1941– American Simon & Garfunkel [278][279][280][281]
Alex Gaskarth 1987 – English – [282]
Bob Gaudio 1942– American [283][284][285][286]
Marvin Gaye 1939–1984 American [81][287]
Boy George 1961– English Culture Club [288][289][290][291]
Ben Gibbard 1976– American [292]
Robin Gibb 1949–2012 English Bee Gees [293][294]
Roland Gift 1961– British [295][296]
Vince Gill 1957– American [297][298][299][300]
Ian Gillan 1945– English [217][301]
Tyler Glenn 1983– American Neon Trees [302]
Corey Glover 1964– American Living Colour [303]
Martin Gore 1961– English Depeche Mode [304][305][306]
John Gourley 1981– American [307]
Lou Gramm 1950– American Foreigner [308][309][310][311]
Mitch Grassi[a] 1992– American Pentatonix [315][316][317][318]
Al Green 1946– American [319][320]
Cee Lo Green 1974–[321] or 1975–[322] American [323][324][325][326]
Steve Green 1956– American [327]
Jonathan Groff 1985– American [328][329]
Dave Grohl 1969– American [330][331]
Ernie Haase 1964– American [332][333]
Rob Halford 1951– English [334]
Daryl Hall 1946– American Hall & Oates [335]
Evan Stephens Hall 1989- American Pinegrove [336][337][338][339]
Byron G. Harlan 1861-1936 American Collins & Harlan [340]
Larnelle Harris 1947– American Gaither Vocal Band [327]
George Harrison[dubious ] 1943–2001 English [341][342]
Harry Hastilow British Out of the Blue [343]
Bobby Hatfield 1940–2003 American The Righteous Brothers [344][345][346][347][348]
Donny Hathaway 1945–1979 American [349]
Davey Havok 1975– American [350]
Colin Hay 1953– Scottish-Australian Men at Work [351]
Darren Hayes 1972– Australian Savage Garden [7][352]
Fran Healy 1973– Scottish [353]
Matthew "Matty" Healy 1989– English The 1975 [354]
Luke Hemmings 1996– Australian 5 Seconds of Summer [355]
Don Henley 1947– American Eagles [356]
Dexter Holland 1965– American The Offspring [357]
Mark Hollis 1955–2019 English Talk Talk [358][359][360][361][362]
Sterling Holloway 1905–1992 American [363]
Billy Howerdel 1970– American [364][365]
Andy Hull 1986- American [366]
Fabien Incardona 1985– French [367]
Chris Isaak 1956– American [368][369][370][371]
Ronald Isley 1941– American The Isley Brothers [372]
Iyaz 1987– British Virgin Islander [373]
Sébastien Izambard 1973– French Il Divo [374]
Michael Jackson 1958–2009 American Jackson 5 [375]
Kim Jae-hwan 1996 or 1997–[376] South Korean Wanna One [377]
Michael Jagmin 1985– American A Skylit Drive [378][379]
Al Jarreau 1940–2017 American [380]
Jin 1992– South Korean BTS [381][382]
Billy Joel 1949– American [383]
Elton John 1947– English Bluesology [15][81][384]
Roydel Johnson 1943– Jamaican The Congos [385][386][387][388]
Nick Jonas 1992– American [389]
Jónsi 1975– Icelandic Sigur Rós [390][391][392][393]
Jeremy Jordan 1984– American [394][395][396][397][398]
Tyler Joseph 1988– American Twenty One Pilots [399]
Vance Joy 1987– Australian [400]
Jay Kay 1969– English Jamiroquai [401]
Juanes 1972– Colombian Ekhymosis [402][403][404][405][406]
Gene Kelly 1912–1996 American [43][407][408][409][410]
R. Kelly 1967– American Public Announcement [411]
Eddie Kendricks 1939–1992 American The Temptations [55]
Joshua "Joe" Keogh British Amber Run [412]
Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan 1948–1997 Pakistani [413][414][415]
Rahat Fateh Ali Khan 1974– Pakistani [416]
Michael Kiske 1968– German [417]
Josh Klinghoffer 1979– American Red Hot Chili Peppers [418][419]
Dimash Kudaibergen [b] 1994– Kazakh [421]
James LaBrie 1963– Canadian Dream Theater [422]
Jesse Lacey 1978– American [423]
Nick Lachey 1973– American 98 Degrees [424][425][426][427]
Greg Lake 1947–2016 English [428]
Adam Lambert 1982– American Queen + Adam Lambert [429][430][431]
Aaron Lazar 1976– American [432][433]
Simon Le Bon 1958– British [434][435]
Geddy Lee 1953– Canadian Rush [436]
Swae Lee 1995– American Rae Sremmurd [437][438][439][440]
Shulem Lemmer American
Noah Lennox 1978– American [441][442][443][444][445]
Zachary Levi 1980– American [citation needed]
Adam Levine 1979– American Maroon 5 [446][447][448][449][450]
Gary LeVox 1970– American Rascal Flatts [451][452][453][454][455]
Fabio Lione 1973– Italian [456]
Meat Loaf 1947– American Neverland Express [457]
Kenny Loggins 1948– American [458][459]
Billy Mackenzie 1957–1997 Scottish The Associates [460]
Daron Malakian 1975– American [461]
Zayn Malik 1993– English One Direction [462][463][464][465]
Maluma 1995– Colombian [466][467][468][469][470]
Mitch Margo 1947–2017 American The Tokens [471][472]
Bob Marley 1945–1981 Jamaican Bob Marley and the Wailers [473]
Bruno Mars 1985– American The Smeezingtons [474][475][476][477]
Ricky Martin 1971– Puerto Rican Menudo [7]
Johnny Mathis 1935– American [478]
Maxwell 1973–[479] American [480]
Conor Maynard 1992– British [481]
Paul McCartney 1942– English [7][81][482][483]
Bert McCracken 1982– American The Used [484][485]
Brian McFadden 1980– Irish Westlife [486]
Ewan McGregor 1971– Scottish [487][488][489][490][491]
Jeremy McKinnon 1985– American A Day to Remember [492]
Brian McKnight 1969–[493] or 1970–[494] American [494][495][496][497][498]
Patrick Meese American Meese [499]
Klaus Meine 1948– German Scorpions [500][501][502][503]
Shawn Mendes 1998– Canadian [504][505]
James Mercer 1970– American [506][507][508][509][510]
Freddie Mercury 1946–1991 Zanzibari-British Queen [81][483][511][512][513]
George Michael 1963–2016 English Wham! [514][515]
Raul Midón 1966– American [516][517][518][519][520]
MIKA 1983– Lebanese-English [521]
David Miller 1973– American Il Divo [144][145][146][147]
Steve Miller 1943– American Steve Miller Band [522]
Lin-Manuel Miranda 1980– American [523]
Jason Molina 1973–2013 American [524][525][526][527][528]
Shay Mooney 1991– American Dan + Shay [529][530][531][532][533]
Patrick Monahan 1969– American Train [534]
Chino Moreno 1973– American [535][536][537][538]
Morgxn 1986 or 1987– American [539][540][541]
Wanya Morris 1973– American Boyz II Men [542][543][544][545]
Matthew Morrison 1978– American [546]
Ronald "Bingo" Mundy 1940–2017[547] American The Marcels [117][118][547]
Conor Murphy 1992/1993–[548] American
[548]
Nakhane 1988– South African [549][550][551][552]
Bob Nanna 1975– American
[553][554]
Graham Nash 1942– British [555]
Rory Naylor British Out of the Blue [556]
Youssou N'Dour 1959– Senegalese [557][558][559][560][561]
Neige 1985– French [562]
Ne-Yo 1979–[563] or 1982–[564] American [565][566][567][568]
Vince Neil 1961– American Mötley Crüe [569][570]
Buddy Nielsen 1983/84–[571] American Senses Fail [572]
Harry Nilsson 1941–1994 American [573][574][575][576][577]
Nikolai Noskov 1956– Russian Gorky Park [578]
Donald Novis 1906–1966 American [579][580][581]
Gary Numan 1958– English Tubeway Army [582][583]
Conor Oberst 1980– American [584]
Ric Ocasek 1944–2019[585] or 1949–2019[586] American The Cars [587]
Billy Ocean 1950– Trinidadian-English [588]
Leslie Odom Jr. 1981– American [589][590][591]
Daniel O'Donnell 1961– Irish [592]
Danny O’Donoghue 1980– Irish [593]
Kevin Olusola 1988– Nigerian-American Pentatonix [594][595]
Roy Orbison 1936–1988 American Traveling Wilburys [596][597][598]
Benjamin Orr 1947–2000 American The Cars [599]
Craig Owens 1984– American [600]
Ozzy Osbourne 1948– English Black Sabbath [601]
Jae Park 1992– Korean-American Day6 [602]
Kevin Parker 1986– Australian Tame Impala [603][604][605][606][607]
Adam Pascal 1970– American [608][609]
Steven Pasquale 1976– American [610][611][612]
Alan Paul 1949– American The Manhattan Transfer [613][614]
Joe Pernice 1967– American [615][616][617][618][619]
Steve Perry 1949– American Journey [217][483][620]
Tom Petty 1950–2017 American Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers [621]
David Phelps 1969– American Gaither Vocal Band [622][623]
Phillip Phillips 1990– American [624]
Jonathan Pierce 1970– American [623]
Tom Pigram British Out of the Blue [625]
Robert Plant 1948– English [7][204][217][626]
Ben Platt 1993– American [627][628][629]
Gerry Polci 1954–[630] American The Four Seasons [631]
Mike Posner 1988– American Mansionz [632][633][634][635]
Gary Puckett 1942– American Gary Puckett & The Union Gap [636]
Charlie Puth 1991– American [637][638]
Kellin Quinn 1984– American Sleeping with Sirens [639][640][641][642]
Ronnie Radke 1983– American [643]
Andrew Rannells 1978– American [328][644][645]
Chance the Rapper 1993– American Savemoney [646]
Cove Reber 1985– American Saosin [647]
Eugene Record 1940–2005 American The Chi-Lites [648][649][650][651][652]
Trippie Redd 1999- American [653]
Eddie Redmayne 1982– English [654][655]
Jason Reeves 1984– American [656][657][658][659][660]
Lou Reid 1954– American [661][662][663][664][665]
Damien Rice 1973– Irish Juniper [666]
Little Richard 1932– or 1935–2020[667] American [667]
Geoff Rickly 1979– American [668]
Tyson Ritter 1984– American The All-American Rejects [669][670]
Smokey Robinson 1940– American The Miracles [671][672][673]
Prince Royce 1989– Dominican-American [674][675][676]
Nate Ruess 1982– American [677][678][679]
Timothy B. Schmit 1947– American [680]
Max Schneider 1992– American [681]
Bon Scott 1946–1980 Australian [682][683][684][685]
Curly Seckler 1919–2017 American Nashville Grass [686][687][688][689][690]
Charlie Shan British Out of the Blue [691]
Ed Sheeran 1991– English [692][693][694][695]
Matt Shultz 1983– American [696]
Troye Sivan 1995- Australian [697][698][699][700]
Elliott Smith 1969-2003 American Heatmiser [701][702][703][704]
Grant Maloy Smith 1957– American [705]
Paul Smith 1979– English Maxïmo Park [706]
Robert Smith 1959– English [707]
Sam Smith 1992– English [708][709][710][711][712]
Jimmy Somerville 1961– Scottish [713][714][715][716][717]
Trey Songz 1984– American [127][128]
J. D. Souther 1945– American [718]
Layne Staley 1967–2002 American [719]
Toby Steel British Out of the Blue [720]
Sufjan Stevens 1975– American [721][722][723][724][725]
Rod Stewart 1945– British [726]
Shawn Stockman 1972– American Boyz II Men [727][728][729]
Otis Stokes American Lakeside [55]
Sting 1951– English [483][513][730][731][732]
Patrick Stump 1984– American Fall Out Boy [733][734][735][736]
Patrick Swayze 1952–2009 American [737]
Oliver Sykes 1986– English [citation needed]
Kim Tae-woo 1981– South Korean g.o.d [738]
Taeyang 1988– South Korean [739]
Ibrahim Tatlises 1952– Turkish [740]
James Taylor 1948– American [741][742][743]
Ryan Tedder 1979– American OneRepublic [744][745][746][747][748]
Glenn Tilbrook 1957– English [749][750][751]
Justin Timberlake 1981– American NSYNC [7][15][752][753][128]
Louis Tomlinson 1991– English One Direction [754]
Devin Townsend 1972– Canadian [755]
Pete Townshend 1945– English The Who [756]
Ralph Tresvant 1968– American New Edition [757][758][759]
Steven Tyler 1948– American [513][760][761][762]
Keith Urban 1967– New Zealand-Australian The Ranch [763][764][765][766][767]
Brendon Urie 1987– American Panic! at the Disco [768][769][770][771][772]
Usher 1978– American [15][773][774][775]
Frankie Valli 1934– American The Four Seasons [776][777][778]
Vitas [c] 1979– Russian [780]
Rufus Wainwright 1973– American-Canadian [781][782][783][784]
Brent Walsh American I the Mighty [785][786]
Wayne Watson 1954– American [787]
Gerard Way 1977– American My Chemical Romance [788][789][790][791]
The Weeknd 1990– Canadian [792][793][794][795]
Deryck Whibley 1980– Canadian Sum 41 [796]
Bryan White 1974– American [797][798][799][800][801]
Jack White 1975– American [802][803][804][805][806]
Maurice White 1941–2016 American Earth, Wind and Fire [807][808][809][810][811]
Andy Williams 1927–2012 American The Williams Brothers [812][813][814][815]
Hank Williams 1923-1953 American [816]
John Gary Williams 1945 or 1946–2019[817][818] American The Mad Lads [817][818][819][820]
Alan "Blind Owl" Wilson 1943–1970 American Canned Heat [821][822][823][824]
Brian Wilson 1942– American [825][826][827][828]
Jackie Wilson 1934–1984 American Billy Ward and his Dominoes [204][829]
Patrick Wilson 1973– American [830][831][832]
Steve Winwood 1948–[833][834] English [835][833][834][836]
R.J. Woessner American DCappella [837]
Stevie Wonder 1950– American [7][384][483][838]
Danny Worsnop 1990– English [643]
Robert Wyatt 1945– English [839][840][841][842][843]
Thom Yorke 1968– English [844][845][846][847]
Adam Young 1986– American [848]
Neil Young 1945–[849][850] Canadian [849][851][852][853]
Robin Zander 1953– American Cheap Trick [854][855][856][857]
Jake Zyrus 1992– Filipino [858]

See also

Notes

  1. ^ Most sources also refer to Grassi as a countertenor [312][313][314]
  2. ^ Some sources also refer to Kudaibergen as a countertenor [420]
  3. ^ Some sources also refer to Vitas as a countertenor [779]

References

  1. ^ McKinney, James (1994). The Diagnosis & Correction of Vocal Faults: A Manual for Teachers of Singing and for Choir Directors. Genovex Music Group. ISBN 978-1-56593-940-0.
  2. ^ Axelrod, Alan, The complete idiot's guide to jazz, Alpha Books, 1999, pp. 68–69 (ISBN 0028627318). See also Tarasti, Eero, Signs of music: a guide to musical semiotics, Walter de Gruyter, 2002, pp. 157–178 (ISBN 3110172267)
  3. ^ For a detailed description of the differences between the operatic and musical theatre voice see Björkner, Eva, Why so different? Aspects of voice characteristics in operatic and musical theatre singing, KTH School of Computer Science and Communication, 2006 (ISBN 9171785183)
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  5. ^ Policarpio, Allan (24 January 2017). "Bryan Adams at 57 sounded as good as he did on record". Philippine Daily Inquirer. Retrieved 3 May 2018.
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  12. ^ Basedow, Neph (15 February 2011). "Last Night: Clay Aiken At Jones Hall". Houston Press. Retrieved 3 May 2018.
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