Discussion in 'Off-topic Zone' started by BigDGarciaFan, Jun 26, 2014.
Does Michael Jackson and Prince count as musicians?
Max Julien had a pretty high/smooth voice too:
"I'm going to be everything to you...I'm going to be your father, I'm going to be your friend, I'm going to be your lover."
Young Wayne Newton.
Ya, he's the winner.
I was one of the lucky few who managed to get a ticket for her upcoming London residency in a few months, her first "tour" as it were, in 35 years. I have been waiting THIRTY-ONE years for her to "tour" again so I could see her live!
When the tickets went on sale for the 17 shows, they were GONE in...what was it...15 minutes or so? I kept trying and trying and trying feverishly and FINALLY managed to be allowed to buy one.
This is the G.O.A.T. of high pitch voices.
It would either have to be this guy..............
or this guy, over on the far right...........
The topic of this thread is Top 5 in terms of randomness.
It begins and ends with the late Minnie Riperton...
Barney Fife and the little guy on Welcome Back Kotter had high voices that were irritating plus Gomer Pyle.
You can also add Tiny Tim...
For those of you not around in the late 60's early 70's, we was a regular on Carson...
I was going to mention him earlier, but I just couldn't remember his name. One of those things I'm probably better off not remembering. Now it is going to be stuck in my head for a while.
Top high pitched interview from an athlete: Ilya Bryzgalov