Keno's Weekly Rock-N-Roll Poll

POLL RESULTS
Week: 592
Date: 10/23/2017
Question: Of the solo artists who were in a major band/duo first, and then went solo, who had the best solo career? (Part 4 of 4)
Your Vote Option Votes Percent
  Michael Jackson - was the lead singer in the Jackson 5
195 16%
  David Bowie - was lead singer and guitarist in the Manish Boys (as David Jones)
122 10%
  Neil Young - was co-lead guitarist in Buffalo Springfield
120 9.9%
  Paul Simon - was co lead singer, songwriter, and guitarist in Simon and Garfunkel
116 9.5%
  Eric Clapton - was lead guitarist in The Yardbirds, and lead guitarist/sometime vocalist in Cream
112 9.2%
  Paul McCartney - was bassist, co-writer, and co-lead singer in the Beatles
111 9.1%
  Peter Frampton - was guitarist and sometimes lead singer in Humble Pie
110 9%
  Rod Stewart - was lead singer in the Jeff Beck Group, then in Faces
110 9%
  Peter Tosh - was guitarist, keyboardist, and co-vocalist in The Wailers
108 8.9%
  John Lennon - was guitarist, co-writer, and co-lead singer in the Beatles
98 8%
  Tina Turner - was the lead singer in Ike and Tina Turner
11 0.9%
  Lou Reed - was the lead singer and guitarist in The Velvet Underground
5 0.4%
Totals: 1218 100%

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