Top 10 all time female singers

Top 10 all time female singers

Top 10 all time female singers

Aretha Franklin: born in March 1942 is considered the Queen of Soul. She won 18 Grammy Awards and had 20 No. 1 singles on the Billboard Chart.

Mariah Carey: born March 27, 1970 she won five Grammy Awards and sold more than 175 million albums, singles and videos worldwide and she is still one of the best female artists in the world.

Whitney Houston: born in August 1963. Won six Grammy awards but the cover version of the 1974 Dolly Parton song “I Will Always Love You” made her famous.

Annie Lenox (Eurythmics): born in December 1954 in Scotland, she won eight BRIT Awards and four Grammy Awards.

Pat Benatar: born in January 1953, she won four Grammy Awards.  Her hits include “Love is a Battlefield”, “Hit me with your best shot”, “We belong” and “Heartbreaker”.

Bonnie Tyler: born as Gaynor Hopkins in June 1951 in Wales, United Kingdom, is famous for her 70s-80s hits such “It’s a Heartache”, “Holding Out for a Hero” and “Total Eclipse of the Heart”

Celine Dion: born as Céline Marie Claudette Dion in March 1968 in Canada, Sion is still one of the best voices. She sold over 200 million records, worldwide and won ten Grammy Awards.

Janis Joplin: (1943 – 1970) although she died at only 27 years old of heroin overdose, she is still considered of the best female singers. Her best songs include “Piece of my Heart”, “Me and Bobby McGee”, “Cry Baby” and “Summertime”.

Tina Turner: born Anna Mae Bullock in November 1939 is considered the Queen of Rock ‘n’ Roll. In more than 50 years of activity she won eight Grammy Awards and sold about 200 million albums worldwide.

Cher: born as Cherilyn Sarkisian in May 1946, started her career at the age of seventeen. She won one Grammy Award and sold over 100 million records worldwide.

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