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Top Ten Best Female Singers of All Time
1. Aretha Franklin was born in Memphis in 1942. She was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1987. Known as the Queen of Soul, some of her famous songs are Think, Chain of Fools, Feels Like a Natural Women, Freeway of Love, Respect, Who's Zoomin Who and Ain't Nothin' Like the Real Thing.
2. Bonnie Raitt was born in 1949 and inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2000. Some of my favorite songs are You, Blender Blues, I can't Make You Love Me, Something to Talk About and Longing in Their Hearts.
3. Ella Fitzgerald was born in 1917 in Newport News, VA. She has a vocal range spanning three octaves, its just amazing. Some songs I like are Blue Moon, Misty, It Don't Mean a Thing, Summertime, All of Me, Stormy Weather, Sentimental Mood and My Funny Valentine. YouTube - My Funny Valentine (Ella Fitzgerald) By Cey
4. Celine Dion Her Husband Mortaged their house in order to record her first record. Later she put her musical career on hold to start a family and be with her husband who was diagnosed with cancer. You Better be Looking at Me, Where Does My Heart Beat Now, Because You Loved Me, The First Time EverI Saw Your Face, It's All Coming Back to Me Now. YouTube - TITANIC My Heart Will Go On, I've always loved this song.
5. Whitney Houston was born in 1963, Isn't it funny her Godmother is Aretha Franklin? That should tell you something. I Will Always Love You, I'm Every Woman, Greatest Love of All, and a very nice National Anthem for that football game.
6. Barbra Streisand, this talented lady was born in 1942 in New York, she has tons of awards to her name, and a lot of firsts. The Way We were, You Don't Bring Me Flowers, One Hand One Heart, Women in Love are some wonderful songs she has done, but there are plenty more.
7. Stevie Nicks was born in 1948 in Arizona, she has over 40 top 50 hits to her credit and has sold about 120 million albums. Some all-time classics are Edge of Seventeen, Stop Draggin my Heart Around, Stand Back, I will Run to You, If Anyone Falls, Leather and Lace, Rhiannon, Dreams, Landslide, Go Your Own Way.
8. Chrissie Hynde, although this spot may belong to someone else, and there are many, many choices, like Cyndi Lauper, Fergie, Melissa Etheridge and Pat Benatar. I had a hard time trying to make up my mind on this one. Chrissie of the pretenders was born in 1951 in Ohio, I always have appreciated her rockin' style. Brass in Pocket and I'll Stand by You are two good examples. Chrissie Hynde - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
9. Patsy Cline born Virginia Patterson Hensley Sept 8 1932, she died at age 30 in a plane crash, what a shame. Walkin After Midnite, Crazy, Sweet Dreams, I Fall to Pieces and She's Got You are some of my favorites.
10. Mariah Carey was born in 1970 in Long Island, NY. I Don't Want to Cry, Hero and My All are just a couple samples. Her vocal range is outstanding. Check out this rendition below of our national anthem.