1. Rolling Stones
The Rolling Stones is an English rock band that was formed on 1962 in London. It was composed of Brian Jones the lead guitarist, Ian Stewart who handles the piano, Mick Jagger who’s the lead vocalist, Keith Richards who holds guitar as well, Charlie Watts the drummer and Bill Wyman as the bassist. After a year of playing together, Ian Stewart but continued as a guest pianist until he died in the year 1985.
This band can be considered as the best due to their longevity and their sticking together. They even held their 50th anniversary last 2012. Their famous songs are Paint it Black, Sympathy for the Devil, You Can’t Always Get What You Want, Start Me Up and Satisfaction.
The American rock band Aerosmith was formed in 1971. They are called The Bad Boys from Boston since they were formed in Massachusetts Boston and America’s Greatest Rock and Roll band. Their music incorporates pop, rhythm and blues and heavy metal. They have inspired different artists until this day.
The band is composed of lead vocalist Steven Tyler, Joe Perry as the guitarist, bassist Tom Hamilton, drummer Joey Kramer and guitarist Ray Tabano. Their popular hits include I Don’t Want to Miss a Thing, Sweet Emotion, Dream On, Dude and Crazy.
3. Def Leppard
The English rock band Def Leppard was formed in the year 1977. They have changed their original band members and since 1992 until today, the band’s line up includes Joe Elliot the vocalist, Rick Allen backing vocals and drummer, Rick Savage also a backing vocals and bassist, and Vivian Campbell guitarist and backing vocals and Phil Collen as guitarist and backing vocals.
The band, just like Aerosmith and Rolling Stones, is still active and still performing. Their most famous song is When Love and Hate Collide, some of their popular songs include Have You Ever Needed Someone So Bad, Love Bites, Rock of Ages, Pour Some Sugar on Me and Bringin’ On the Heartbreak