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15th May '18 3:10:32 PM Twentington
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* Montgomery Gentry alternated between Eddie Montgomery and Troy Gentry. Many of their biggest hits (e.g. "Something to Be Proud Of") having one sing the verses and the other sing the chorus, while a few have only one of the two leading. Following Troy Gentry's [[AuthorExistenceFailure death in September 2017]], Eddie has toured under the Montgomery Gentry name while having members of the road band take most of Troy's vocals.

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* Montgomery Gentry Music/MontgomeryGentry alternated between Eddie Montgomery and Troy Gentry. Many of their biggest hits (e.g. "Something to Be Proud Of") having one sing the verses and the other sing the chorus, while a few have only one of the two leading. Following Troy Gentry's [[AuthorExistenceFailure death in September 2017]], Eddie has toured under the Montgomery Gentry name while having members of the road band take most of Troy's vocals.
14th May '18 4:58:33 AM jormis29
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* Showbread was this, prior to Ivory Mobley's departure. Ivory and Josh Dies would trade off rapid-fire vocals within the same song, frequently alternating lines within the same verse.

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* Showbread Music/{{Showbread}} was this, prior to Ivory Mobley's departure. Ivory and Josh Dies would trade off rapid-fire vocals within the same song, frequently alternating lines within the same verse.
8th May '18 11:27:45 AM tre-scott
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* Music/{{Blink 182}} (Mark Hoppus and Tom [=DeLonge=])

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* Music/{{Blink 182}} (Mark Hoppus and Tom [=DeLonge=])[=DeLonge=] originally, now Matt Skiba)
3rd Apr '18 5:13:02 AM jormis29
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* Big & Rich trade the lead vocals between Big Kenny and John Rich.

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* Big & Rich Music/BigAndRich trade the lead vocals between Big Kenny and John Rich.
29th Mar '18 11:03:59 PM Twentington
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* The Bellamy Brothers (Howard and David Bellamy) split the vocals about 50/50.

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* The Bellamy Brothers (Howard and David Bellamy) split the vocals and songwriting duties about 50/50.



* Music/LittleBigTown was originally noted for the fact that all four members alternate as lead vocalists (which was displayed full-force on their BreakthroughHit "Boondocks"), but since TheNewTens, almost all of their singles have been sung by Karen Fairchild.

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* Music/LittleBigTown was originally noted largely known for the fact that all four members (Karen Fairchild, Philip Sweet, Kimberly Schlapman, and Jimi Westbrook) alternate as lead vocalists (which was displayed full-force on vocalists, but since TheNewTens, nearly all of their radio releases have been sung by Karen. On the other hand, their BreakthroughHit "Boondocks"), but since TheNewTens, almost "Boondocks" featured all four of their singles have been sung by Karen Fairchild.them singing in polyphony.



* Music/{{Lonestar}} started out with Richie [=McDonald=] and John Rich (later of Big & Rich) as co-lead vocalists, although only one single with Rich on lead vocal got released. Coincidentally, said single ("Heartbroke Every Day") overlapped on the charts with Richie's guest appearance on then-labelmate Mindy [=McCready=]'s "Maybe He'll Notice Her Now".

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* Music/{{Lonestar}} started out with alternated between Richie [=McDonald=] and John Rich (later of (see also Big & Rich) as co-lead vocalists, Rich, above) on their first two albums, although the only one single release with Rich on lead vocal got released. Coincidentally, said single ("Heartbroke vocals was "Heartbroke Every Day") overlapped on Day". After Rich was fired in 1998, [=McDonald=] became the charts with Richie's guest appearance on then-labelmate Mindy [=McCready=]'s "Maybe He'll Notice Her Now".sole lead vocalist.



* Montgomery Gentry (Eddie Montgomery and Troy Gentry): 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"; and everything else featured the two alternating. Following Troy Gentry's [[AuthorExistenceFailure death in September 2017]], Eddie has toured under the Montgomery Gentry name while having members of the road band take most of Troy's vocals.

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* Montgomery Gentry (Eddie alternated between Eddie Montgomery and Troy Gentry): Troy sang most Gentry. Many of their debut single "Hillbilly Shoes", although Eddie sang biggest hits (e.g. "Something to Be Proud Of") having one sing the bridge. Eddie sang everything from their second release "Lonely verses and Gone" through "Didn't I" (counting the Christmas single "Merry Christmas from other sing the Family" and chorus, while 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"; and everything else featured few have only one of the two alternating.leading. Following Troy Gentry's [[AuthorExistenceFailure death in September 2017]], Eddie has toured under the Montgomery Gentry name while having members of the road band take most of Troy's vocals.



* Even though Duane Allen is considered the lead singer of Music/TheOakRidgeBoys, the other three most famous members (tenor Joe Bonsall, baritone William Lee Golden, and BassoProfundo Richard Sterban) have gotten their turn on lead. Even among their best-known songs, all four split the lead vocal on "American Made" and "You're the One", Sterban sang "Dream On", Golden sang "Trying to Love Two Women" and "Thank God for Kids", and Bonsall sang their SignatureSong "Elvira". When Golden was kicked out of the band from 1987-95, his replacement Steve Sanders also got a few lead vocals, most notably the #1 hits "Gonna Take a Lot of River" and "No Matter How High".

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* Even though Duane Allen is considered nominally the lead singer of Music/TheOakRidgeBoys, the other three most famous members (tenor Joe Bonsall, baritone William Lee Golden, and BassoProfundo Richard Sterban) have gotten enough lead vocals to qualify. For instance, Bonsall sings their turn on lead. Even among their best-known songs, all four split the lead vocal on SignatureSong "Elvira", while "American Made" and "You're the One", Sterban sang "Dream On", Golden sang "Trying to Love Two Women" and "Thank God for Kids", and Bonsall sang their SignatureSong "Elvira". When Golden was kicked out of the band from 1987-95, his replacement Steve Sanders also got a few lead vocals, most notably the #1 hits "Gonna Take a Lot of River" and "No Matter How High".One" rotate among all four.
28th Mar '18 6:50:01 AM jormis29
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* HumanLeague (Philip Oakey, Joanne Catherall and Susan Ann Sulley)

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* HumanLeague Music/TheHumanLeague (Philip Oakey, Joanne Catherall and Susan Ann Sulley)
16th Feb '18 10:20:03 PM nombretomado
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* The classic, five-piece line-up of Music/{{Genesis}} mostly featured Music/PeterGabriel as lead vocalist, with drummer PhilCollins providing harmonies, unison leads with Peter and some counterpoint vocals. Phil got the lead on "For Absent Friends" from ''Nursery Cryme'' and ''More Fool Me'' on ''Selling England By The Pound'', along with some sections in ''Music/TheLambLiesDownOnBroadway'' (notably the line in "The Colony Of Sippermen", "Where the raven flies there's jeopardy"). This familiarity with Phil's voice and his vocal similarity to Peter smoothed the transition when Phil became full-time lead vocalist in 1975.

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* The classic, five-piece line-up of Music/{{Genesis}} mostly featured Music/PeterGabriel as lead vocalist, with drummer PhilCollins Music/PhilCollins providing harmonies, unison leads with Peter and some counterpoint vocals. Phil got the lead on "For Absent Friends" from ''Nursery Cryme'' and ''More Fool Me'' on ''Selling England By The Pound'', along with some sections in ''Music/TheLambLiesDownOnBroadway'' (notably the line in "The Colony Of Sippermen", "Where the raven flies there's jeopardy"). This familiarity with Phil's voice and his vocal similarity to Peter smoothed the transition when Phil became full-time lead vocalist in 1975.
12th Feb '18 5:00:06 PM nombretomado
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* The classic, five-piece line-up of Music/{{Genesis}} mostly featured PeterGabriel as lead vocalist, with drummer PhilCollins providing harmonies, unison leads with Peter and some counterpoint vocals. Phil got the lead on "For Absent Friends" from ''Nursery Cryme'' and ''More Fool Me'' on ''Selling England By The Pound'', along with some sections in ''Music/TheLambLiesDownOnBroadway'' (notably the line in "The Colony Of Sippermen", "Where the raven flies there's jeopardy"). This familiarity with Phil's voice and his vocal similarity to Peter smoothed the transition when Phil became full-time lead vocalist in 1975.

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* The classic, five-piece line-up of Music/{{Genesis}} mostly featured PeterGabriel Music/PeterGabriel as lead vocalist, with drummer PhilCollins providing harmonies, unison leads with Peter and some counterpoint vocals. Phil got the lead on "For Absent Friends" from ''Nursery Cryme'' and ''More Fool Me'' on ''Selling England By The Pound'', along with some sections in ''Music/TheLambLiesDownOnBroadway'' (notably the line in "The Colony Of Sippermen", "Where the raven flies there's jeopardy"). This familiarity with Phil's voice and his vocal similarity to Peter smoothed the transition when Phil became full-time lead vocalist in 1975.
10th Feb '18 7:43:42 PM Twentington
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* Montgomery Gentry (Eddie Montgomery and Troy Gentry): 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 else featured the two alternating. Eddie also announced that he would continue to tour under the Montgomery Gentry name, with members of their road band taking Gentry's vocals.

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* Montgomery Gentry (Eddie Montgomery and Troy Gentry): 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]]); Me"; and everything else featured the two alternating. Following Troy Gentry's [[AuthorExistenceFailure death in September 2017]], Eddie also announced that he would continue to tour has toured under the Montgomery Gentry name, with name while having members of their the road band taking Gentry's take most of Troy's vocals.
3rd Feb '18 4:16:24 PM nombretomado
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* TheNewPornographers. Carl Newman handles most of the leads, but Neko Case, Dan Bejar, and more recently Kathryn Calder have been getting their fair share of leads on each album. Plus there are several choruses on which they're all singing in unison without a distinct "lead". This is befitting their {{Supergroup}} nature.

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* TheNewPornographers.Music/TheNewPornographers. Carl Newman handles most of the leads, but Neko Case, Dan Bejar, and more recently Kathryn Calder have been getting their fair share of leads on each album. Plus there are several choruses on which they're all singing in unison without a distinct "lead". This is befitting their {{Supergroup}} nature.
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