Tune Talk: Top 3 Best Bands with Female Singers

Willie Williams , Staff Writer

3. Paramore (2004-Present)
Widely known across the globe for all of their inspirational and popular songs, Paramore has been around for what seems like forever. But really, they’ve only actually been around for 14 years. That’s really not as long as you’d expect. If anything, we all expected them to start in the late 90’s, right? No? Just me? Alright then. Well anyways, Paramore really hasn’t a bad album or bad song. Or at least that was until about 2013ish. No offense to any of you hardcore Paramore fans, but we can all just admit that this was not their best work. From about 2010 to 2013 I mean. If these albums were really career ruining I wouldn’t of put them on this list.

2. Lacuna Coil (1994-Present)
One of the most underrated bands of all time, Lacuna Coil formed back in 1994. Nobody really knew this band until about 2006 whenever they released their first career development album, “Karmacode.” Not saying that all of their other albums were good, all of their albums were great of course, it’s just that this one album was great by itself. Anyways, Lacuna Coil is still touring today is known as one of the greatest metal bands today with a female front man.

1. The Cranberries (1989-2017)
Known as the greatest rock band with an Irish singer, The Cranberries dominated the charts in the early to late 90’s with their hit song, “Zombie.” Not only that though. All of their albums reached at least 1 million copies each. But it was their 1994 album, “No Need to Argue” that got them all of their fame. The Cranberries were actually doing a few small shows just before the death of their lead singer, Dolores O’Riordan. But with the death of their lead singer, that only seemed to get them even more fame.