The Best Rock Vocal Performances Of The ’60s

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1960’s Rocks Finest

Rock music was an integral part of the culture during the 60s. It was a means of sending a message, be it political, life, or addiction.

The 1960s’ definitely rock music finest years, and each music from that era was good and all were groundbreaking and innovative.

The 1960s was not simply the rock’s defining era, but it completely changed music forever.
See the best vocal performances of the 1960s (in no particular order or not-ranked) below by our favorite rock artists.


White Rabbit – Jefferson Airplane

Grace Slick was indeed a powerhouse, She was unreal, and beyond.

The Sound of Silence – Simon & Garfunkel

The song that was so poetic, and it can still make you cry today. And man, those harmonies, can definitely give you chills.


Piece of My Heart – Janis Joplin

A real raw talent of the 60s rock music, sadly, she left us too soon.


House Of The Rising Sun – Animals

The vocals! You just wish it still exists today!


Whole Lotta Love – Led Zeppelin

The Zeppelin years! Real music, real artists – and, of course, this is definitely our neighbors’ favorite song whether they dig it or not.


You Really Got Me – Kinks

Criminally underappreciated, The Kinks surely invaded America, and it was definitely a memorable time.


Good Vibrations – Beach Boys

A timeless song that will never ever get old. Brian Wilson did a hell lot of work with this song, he’s definitely a genius, and that harmony, da****n!


(I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction – Rolling Stones

The song that can definitely get you wild every time it plays! Can we take this moment and praise Mick Jagger for the amazing job he did!


Touch Me – The Doors

Not your usual bloke and what a voice!


Respect – Aretha Franklin

Phenomenal, rare, treasure, soulful, and a trailblazer for the entirety of music!