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6th Dec '17 10:51:41 AM DEIDATVM
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* Music/{{Caravan}}: On albums with Richard Sinclair, he tends to sing the lower parts, with Pye Hastings singing the higher notes.
27th Nov '17 12:20:25 PM TrustBen
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* 10CC (all 4 members of the original lineup).

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* 10CC Music/TenCC (all 4 members of the original lineup).



* [[Music/VelvetUnderground The Velvet Underground]] had shared vocal duties between Music/LouReed and Music/{{Nico}} on their debut, and between Lou and Doug Yule on their last two, with additional [[StepUpToTheMicrophone guest spots]] for John Cale and Maureen Tucker.

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* [[Music/VelvetUnderground The Velvet Underground]] had shared vocal duties between Music/LouReed and Music/{{Nico}} on their debut, and between Lou and Doug Yule on their last two, with additional [[StepUpToTheMicrophone guest spots]] for John Cale and Maureen Tucker.Tucker, as well as Willie "Loco" Alexander if you get into the later bootlegs.
13th Nov '17 1:04:03 PM Twentington
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* Matt Morley and Sam Black are both lead singers for Music/EverythingElse.
13th Nov '17 1:03:40 PM Twentington
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* Matt Morley and Sam Black are both lead singers for EverythingElse.

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* Matt Morley and Sam Black are both lead singers for EverythingElse.Music/EverythingElse.
7th Oct '17 6:40:04 PM Twentington
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* Montgomery Gentry (Eddie Montgomery and Troy Gentry) went back and forth on this. Troy sang most of their debut "Hillbilly Shoes", although Eddie sang the bridge. Eddie sang everything from their second release "Lonely and Gone" through "Didn't I" (counting the Christmas single "Merry Christmas from the Family" and a guest vocal from Charlie Daniels on "All Night Long"), but after that, they began alternating. Eddie sang "Speed", "You Do Your Thing", "She Don't Tell Me To", "Lucky Man", "What Do Ya Think About That", "Oughta Be More Songs About That", and "I'll Keep the Kids"; Troy sang "Hell Yeah", "If You Ever Stop Loving Me", "Gone", "Roll with Me", and "Better Me" (a posthumous release [[AuthorExistenceFailure after Troy's September 2017 death]]); and everything other single featured the two alternating.

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* Montgomery Gentry (Eddie Montgomery and Troy Gentry) went back and forth on this. Troy sang most of their debut single "Hillbilly Shoes", although Eddie sang the bridge. Eddie sang everything from their second release "Lonely and Gone" through "Didn't I" (counting the Christmas single "Merry Christmas from the Family" and a guest vocal from Charlie Daniels on "All Night Long"), but after that, they began alternating. Eddie sang "Speed", "You Do Your Thing", "She Don't Tell Me To", "Lucky Man", "What Do Ya Think About That", "Oughta Be More Songs About That", and "I'll Keep the Kids"; Troy sang "Hell Yeah", "If You Ever Stop Loving Me", "Gone", "Roll with Me", and "Better Me" (a posthumous release [[AuthorExistenceFailure after Troy's September 2017 death]]); and everything other single else featured the two alternating.
24th Sep '17 12:15:17 PM Twentington
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* Montgomery Gentry usually employed this. Their debut single "Hillbilly Shoes" was mostly sung by Troy Gentry, with Eddie Montgomery singing a few lines of the bridge. "My Town", "Something to Be Proud Of", "Some People Change", "Where I Come From", "Headlights", and "Folks Like Us" all had Eddie on the verses and Troy on the chorus; "Back When I Knew It All" and "While You're Still Young" had ''both'' on the verses and Troy on the chorus; "One in Every Crowd" and "So Called Life" had both on the verses and Eddie on the chorus; and "Hell Yeah", "Gone", "Roll with Me", and "Better Me" were sung entirely by Troy. Everything else was sung entirely by Eddie.

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* Montgomery Gentry usually employed (Eddie Montgomery and Troy Gentry) went back and forth on this. Their Troy sang most of their debut single "Hillbilly Shoes" was mostly sung by Troy Gentry, with Shoes", although Eddie Montgomery singing a few lines of sang the bridge. "My Town", "Something to Be Proud Of", "Some People Change", "Where I Come From", "Headlights", and "Folks Like Us" all had Eddie on sang everything from their second release "Lonely and Gone" through "Didn't I" (counting the verses Christmas single "Merry Christmas from the Family" and Troy a guest vocal from Charlie Daniels on the chorus; "Back When I Knew It All" and "While You're Still Young" had ''both'' on the verses and Troy on the chorus; "One in Every Crowd" and "So Called Life" had both on the verses and "All Night Long"), but after that, they began alternating. Eddie on sang "Speed", "You Do Your Thing", "She Don't Tell Me To", "Lucky Man", "What Do Ya Think About That", "Oughta Be More Songs About That", and "I'll Keep the chorus; and Kids"; Troy sang "Hell Yeah", "If You Ever Stop Loving Me", "Gone", "Roll with Me", and "Better Me" were sung entirely by Troy. Everything else was sung entirely by Eddie.(a posthumous release [[AuthorExistenceFailure after Troy's September 2017 death]]); and everything other single featured the two alternating.
24th Sep '17 11:54:21 AM Twentington
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* Montgomery Gentry usually employed this. Their debut single "Hillbilly Shoes" was mostly sung by Troy Gentry, with Eddie Montgomery singing a few lines of the bridge. "My Town", "Hell Yeah", "Gone", "Something to Be Proud Of", "Some People Change", "Where I Come From", "Headlights", and "Folks Like Us" all had Eddie on the verses and Troy on the chorus; "Back When I Knew It All" and "While You're Still Young" had ''both'' on the verses and Troy on the chorus; "One in Every Crowd" and "So Called Life" had both on the verses and Eddie on the chorus; and "Roll with Me" and "Better Me" were sung entirely by Troy. Everything else was sung entirely by Eddie.

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* Montgomery Gentry usually employed this. Their debut single "Hillbilly Shoes" was mostly sung by Troy Gentry, with Eddie Montgomery singing a few lines of the bridge. "My Town", "Hell Yeah", "Gone", "Something to Be Proud Of", "Some People Change", "Where I Come From", "Headlights", and "Folks Like Us" all had Eddie on the verses and Troy on the chorus; "Back When I Knew It All" and "While You're Still Young" had ''both'' on the verses and Troy on the chorus; "One in Every Crowd" and "So Called Life" had both on the verses and Eddie on the chorus; and "Hell Yeah", "Gone", "Roll with Me" Me", and "Better Me" were sung entirely by Troy. Everything else was sung entirely by Eddie.
24th Sep '17 10:06:34 AM Twentington
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* Montgomery Gentry usually employed this. Their debut single "Hillbilly Shoes" was mostly sung by Troy Gentry, with Eddie Montgomery singing a few lines of the bridge. "My Town", "Hell Yeah", "Gone", "Something to Be Proud Of", "Some People Change", "Where I Come From", "Headlights", and "Folks Like Us" all had Eddie on the verses and Troy on the chorus; "Back When I Knew It All" and "While You're Still Young" had ''both'' on the verses and Troy on the chorus; "One in Every Crowd" and "So Called Life" had both on the verses and Eddie on the chorus; and "Roll with Me" was their only single sung entirely by Troy (and most of Eddie's harmony is obscured by a second harmony from Five for Fighting). Everything else was sung entirely by Eddie.

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* Montgomery Gentry usually employed this. Their debut single "Hillbilly Shoes" was mostly sung by Troy Gentry, with Eddie Montgomery singing a few lines of the bridge. "My Town", "Hell Yeah", "Gone", "Something to Be Proud Of", "Some People Change", "Where I Come From", "Headlights", and "Folks Like Us" all had Eddie on the verses and Troy on the chorus; "Back When I Knew It All" and "While You're Still Young" had ''both'' on the verses and Troy on the chorus; "One in Every Crowd" and "So Called Life" had both on the verses and Eddie on the chorus; and "Roll with Me" was their only single and "Better Me" were sung entirely by Troy (and most of Eddie's harmony is obscured by a second harmony from Five for Fighting).Troy. Everything else was sung entirely by Eddie.
9th Sep '17 10:35:10 PM Twentington
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* Gloriana most commonly released singles that were duets between Tom Gossin and Rachel Reinert: "The World Is Ours Tonight", "(Kissed You) Good Night", "Can't Shake You", "Best Night Ever", and their cover of "Almost Paradise" for the 2011 remake of ''Film/{{Footloose}}''. Their debut single "Wild at Heart" was mostly Tom, with Cheyenne Kimball ([[ThePeteBest who quit after the first album]]) singing two lines of the second verse; "How Far Do You Wanna Go?" and "Wanna Take You Home" were sung entirely by Tom; and "Trouble" entirely by Rachel. Tom's brother, Mike, only did backing vocals.

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* Gloriana most commonly released Most of Gloriana's singles that were duets between Tom Gossin and Rachel Reinert: "The World Is Ours Tonight", Reinert, including their only big hit "(Kissed You) Good Night", "Can't Shake You", "Best Night Ever", and their cover of "Almost Paradise" for the 2011 remake of ''Film/{{Footloose}}''.Night". Their debut single "Wild at Heart" was mostly Tom, with Cheyenne Kimball ([[ThePeteBest who quit after the first album]]) singing two lines of the second verse; "How Far Do You Wanna Go?" and "Wanna Take You Home" were sung entirely by Tom; and "Trouble" entirely by Rachel. Tom's brother, Mike, only did backing vocals.



* Music/LittleBigTown was originally noted for the fact that all four members alternate as lead vocalists, but since TheNewTens, almost all of their singles have been sung by Karen Fairchild.

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* Music/LittleBigTown was originally noted for the fact that all four members alternate as lead vocalists, vocalists (which was displayed full-force on their BreakthroughHit "Boondocks"), but since TheNewTens, almost all of their singles have been sung by Karen Fairchild.
12th Aug '17 4:45:52 PM Twentington
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* Montgomery Gentry usually employed this. Their debut single "Hillbilly Shoes" was mostly sung by Troy Gentry, with Eddie Montgomery singing a few lines of the bridge. "My Town", "Hell Yeah", "Gone", "Something to Be Proud Of", "Some People Change", "Where I Come From", "Headlights", and "Folks Like Us" all had Eddie on the verses and Troy on the chorus; "Back When I Knew It All" and "While You're Still Young" had ''both'' on the verses and Troy on the chorus; "One in Every Crowd" and "So Called Life" had both on the verses and Eddie on the chorus; and "Roll with Me" was their only single sung entirely by Troy (and even more oddly, most of Eddie's harmony is obscured by a second harmony from Five for Fighting). Everything else was sung entirely by Eddie.

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* Montgomery Gentry usually employed this. Their debut single "Hillbilly Shoes" was mostly sung by Troy Gentry, with Eddie Montgomery singing a few lines of the bridge. "My Town", "Hell Yeah", "Gone", "Something to Be Proud Of", "Some People Change", "Where I Come From", "Headlights", and "Folks Like Us" all had Eddie on the verses and Troy on the chorus; "Back When I Knew It All" and "While You're Still Young" had ''both'' on the verses and Troy on the chorus; "One in Every Crowd" and "So Called Life" had both on the verses and Eddie on the chorus; and "Roll with Me" was their only single sung entirely by Troy (and even more oddly, most of Eddie's harmony is obscured by a second harmony from Five for Fighting). Everything else was sung entirely by Eddie.
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