Jack Steadman

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Jack Steadman

Post  walkingstethoscopes on Sun Jun 16, 2013 4:16 pm

Voice type: Baritone
Sung range: G2 - B4

Significant high notes:
B4 - "Shuffle"
A4 - "Still", "Video Games" live, "Magnet" live at Reading 2009
G4 - "Still", "Shuffle""Sixteen" live
F♯4 - "Ghost"
F4 - "Still""Beggars"
E4 - "Ghost", "Take The Right One""Maybe More"
E♭4 - "Magnet", "Autumn", "Fracture", "Leave It", "Ivy & Gold", "Beggars", "Empty"
D4 - "Dust On The Ground" I Had The Blues But I Shook Them Loose version, "Autumn", "What If", "Shuffle", "Bad Timing", "Evening/Morning", "Take The Right One", "Open House"

Significant low notes:
B2 - "Magnet", "My God", "Fairytale Lullaby", "Many Ways", "Rinse Me Down"
B♭2 - "Fairytale Lullaby", "Dust On The Ground" Flaws version, "Ivy & Gold"
A2 - "Autumn", "Shuffle", "Many Ways", "Magnet" (live Reading 2009)
G♯2 - "Jewel", "Favourite Day", "Flaws", "Ivy & Gold", "Beggars"
G2 - "Dust On The Ground" I Had The Blues But I Shook Them Loose version, "Shuffle", "Ivy & Gold" live

*Blue marks probable non-modal notes.
*Italics mark non-sung notes.

Best Vocal Performances:
1. Autumn
2. Ghost
3. Magnet
4. Jewel
5. Swansea

Jack Steadman is the lead singer of indie rock band Bombay Bicycle Club. His voice is an obvious baritone, who shines in the upper second octave. His singing in songs like Autumn and Magnet show off his voice perfectly; he is able to easily hit low notes, however he struggles once he hits the fourth octave.

G2 at 0:42, B4 at 1:01 in the harmony.

E4 at 0:39. F♯4 at 1:44, following another E4.

Last edited by walkingstethoscopes on Sun Dec 22, 2013 11:09 pm; edited 7 times in total

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