If you could bring back any dead musician...

If you could bring back any dead musician...

BCPRJ666's picture

I think I would have to go with John Entwistle of The Who because he was the greatest bassist ever. If not him Freddie Mercury because Queen was amazing.

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BCPRJ666's picture

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I think I would have to go with John Entwistle of The Who because he was the greatest bassist ever. If not him Freddie Mercury because Queen was amazing.

I say Freddie. He is irreplaceable!

That's why Queen + Paul Rodgers sucks.

swayingball's picture

Bon Scott but not alive. Bring em back as a zombie to feed off Brian Johnsons brains!

408steve's picture

kurt cobain

draffet's picture

stevey ray vaughn,ronnie van zant,the lead singr from sublime.

MojoDark's picture

wanted to add two more to my previous list Aaliyah and Billie Holiday.

missusmint's picture

John Bonham or Randy Rhoads. Both extremely talented and taken way too soon.

missusmint's picture

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Dimebag...almost 2 years since his murder. Greatly missed.

here here i'm really glad i got to see him performe before he pastway!!!

Does anyone know if it's true that Gale who killed Darrell did it because he was mad about Pantera breaking up? I mean, that shit just doesnt make sense. Nathan Gale was whacked in the worst way. Nice shot to the cop who blew him away, however.

Sad.

Toshio's picture

Layne Stanley, from Alice in Chains...

Poor guy died in his home, and no one realized it! He was found several days later.

When he died, it hurt.

408steve's picture

kurt cobain

doe333's picture

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Layne Stanley, from Alice in Chains...

Poor guy died in his home, and no one realized it! He was found several days later.

When he died, it hurt.

I definitely agree with this sentiment.

I'd also bring back Dimebag & Grym Reaper from the Gravediggaz. They both still had a lot of music to make.

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