Most Missed Deceased MusiciansSometimes they were gone too soon. For most people, any musician who is no longer with us was gone too soon. This is a list of musicians you wish hadn't kicked the bucket. Don't agree with the list? Vote for an existing item you think should be ranked higher or if you are a logged in, add a new item for others to vote on or create your own version of this list.
The quick fox jumped over the lazy dog, which in turn killed Michael Jackson. Kill the fox!
King of Dance, King of Entertainment, and 300 million + dollars to charity. Specializing in far more fields than Elvis, Michael Jackson wrote, arranged, composed, choreographed, acted & painted. Pop culture's the Vinci. Remained ridiculously humble through it all too. Michael made pop music on par with rock during a time when it was dismissed as crap. He was the first pop music stadium act. The theatrics he has brought to the stage, not to mention the fact that he was whipping up a frenzy everywhere he went even when he wasn't making music. His fainting and hysterical fans let him know that he was still loved until the end of his life. 1958/infinity.
I absolutely love Michael Jackson so much that I listen to his music everyday and can not stop hearing it in my head while I am working. Thank you for being who this world needed.More comments about Michael Jackson
John Lennon acquired much more than Michael Jackon ever did... He was arguably the leader of The Beatles, the biggest cultural phenomenon of the 20th century. The fact Jackson tried to gain their copyright and what have you, getting into a feud with Paul McCartney sort of douches his up as well...
John, you are forever missed. So tragic how you were shot. May he rest in peace. Long live John.
If you think about how much more Freddie Mercury could have added to the music industry, he clearly climbs to the top of this list.
Why is he this low. Ask kids today and they know who Elvis is. Not all know those above.
This is a biased list, most adults old enough to have been really moved by Elvis have better things to do than to sit online commenting on trivia like this. Younger people are more familiar with Michael Jackson so it's no doubt he is ahead in this poll, but those who grew up with computers and the overexposure of video and 24 hour television have no clue about the impact Elvis had and the doors he opened for artists of all races to get played on the radio or play to a racially mixed audience. He changed that, but younger people today haven't a clue about those days and what things were like in the early days of rock music, they assume everything was like it is today when it comes to society's view on music. Elvis was the biggest star in the world at the time of his death, he still holds the record for most records sold even though the music- buying population has more than doubled since his rise to fame. He's still generating a huge amount of revenue 30+ years after his death, and his influence can still be seen in the artists of today. Michael Jackson was great, but Elvis wins hands down.
Elvis. Maybe Amy Winehouse. The thing is though, Elvis had style. Best song: A Little Less Conversation.More comments about Elvis
I never liked ac/dc as well as when bon scott was alive. The albums with him singing are hands down, the groups best. Brian johnson's vocals suck big time can you imagine how great back in black would be with bon?
One of the least conventional artists I've ever listened to. Quite original and unique. Zappa possessed such a great analytical mind, and his style was never for the sake of crowd-pleasing.
Amazing voice! Outstanding song-writing ability. She's the one I miss the most.
tireless innovator, marvelous player, huge on melody & master of the free form jam! Sadly missed but I still have that magical music!
No one can replace this man's enormous contributions to the world of music. He is the King Of Soul and the BEST singer of all time.
She was one very gifted singer and today more than ever just read the hundreds of comments on youtube all stating her absolutely beautiful voice
One of the greatest pioneers of rock and roll
They couldn't have don't it without him, the person behind the partial success of the classic rock band the CARS, and the voice behind the songs that made the CARS popular, such as Just What I Needed, Lets Go, Candyo and their number 1 hit from 1984, the haunting Drive. Ben did have medium success with his solo career with his album Stay the Night, 1986. All us fans of the CARS want to add him to the list of most missed artists of all time.
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